Business Analyst – Pukenga Raraunga
Rotorua Lakes Council POSTED 13 November CLOSES 24th November
RLC

Working for council means you’ll be joining a dedicated team where your individual effort is part of something much bigger – delivering great things for our city and our community, including our exciting and bold Rotorua 2030 vision – our plan to make Rotorua an even better place to live, work, do business and play!

Reporting to the Business Solutions Lead, the Business Analyst will be responsible for the investigative work to determine business requirements and specify effective business processes. This includes identification of improvements, requirements, processes, cost/benefit analysis and other documentation, including standard operating procedures. In addition, you will provide advice on potential impacts and possible options to enable the business to make informed decisions regarding proposed system and process changes.

With Council currently undergoing an ERP replacement, this is a fantastic opportunity for the right person to cover the breadth of a driven organisation by applying your knowledge and passion of both business analysis and process analysis tools and methodologies. Coupled with your excellent people skills and business acumen you will be working directly with key stakeholders ensuring systems and processes are continuously improved so will have proven ability at developing and maintaining effective relationships at all levels of the organisation.

To be successful in this role you will have a tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline and a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a comparable role. You’ll also be able to demonstrate experience in process analysis and management. Experience or working knowledge of business systems, project management lifecycle and IT architecture and strategy is desirable.

This is a unique opportunity that will provide you with challenging work, while operating alongside intelligent and motivated professionals.

Te Kaunihera o ngā Roto o Rotorua (Rotorua Lakes Council) is committed to working in partnership with Te Arawa, our local iwi.  We aspire to being a bi-cultural organisation and we value staff who speak te reo Maori, have an appreciation of Maori values, and a working knowledge of tikanga Māori.