Main Duties and Responsibilities: Management and delivery of plans to ensure all necessary preparation and execution tasks and dependencies are included. Ongoing management of those plans to achieve the delivery goals Work with key stakeholders to manage the deployment of all aspects of the project assigned to Identify and mitigate potential risks for delivery of products Operate as a full member of the team; supporting the Programme Director and other team members as directed Project Manage all aspects of specific work packages Working with stakeholders to ensure Design; Delivery; Technical Build; testing; MI requirements etc are managed and delivered to date and time Completion of detailed plan for the medium term including MSP; Resources; costs Completion of the detailed design phase to time and quality; working with the Design team to secure stakeholder sign-off at all stages. Development of stakeholder relationship with suppliers; including preparation of joint plans; proposals and any design and build documentation. Completion of the high level plan through to Go Live and BAU handover. Experience in the delivery of projects; with particular emphasis on the management of suppliers and stakeholders Experience of governance and risk control frameworks Good planning and organisational skills Strong leadership; people and communications skills Possess strong analytical skills with a proven ability to persuade and influence senior decision-making.
Dstl has outsourced its IS (ICT) services through a contract with a third party supplier. Dstl will be undertaking the process to re-tender this contract. Dstl has a requirement for a 6-month feasibility study to undertake service assessments, requirements capture, option appraisals, organisational impact assessments, risk evaluations and financial cost comparisons to consider which, if any, IT services should be moved in-house.
This role is responsible for:
• Undertaking further assessment of the identified options
• Undertaking a detailed impact analysis of issues such as TUPE liability, asset transfer or write-off, and changes to operational or administrative processes.
• Undertaking robust risk management planning; playing a major role in mitigating the possible risks associated with service transfer
• Identifying dependencies with current and future service models
• Producing recommendations and costed options for the future management of the services once transferred back to the public sector
• Producing clear, coherent and comprehensive business cases for approval
• Developing and maintain high levels of stakeholder engagement (technical experts, programme teams, Commercial, HR, IT Delivery and contract management) in order to achieve these outcomes, whilst ensuring delivery to plan.