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Intermediate Business Analyst to develop options for a framework and approach to conduct an impact assessment arising from legislative and policy changes for the Office of Strategy Management team. - 112422

Job Type: Contract
Positions to fill: 1
Start Date: Dec 05, 2022
Job End Date: Dec 31, 2022
Pay Rate: Hourly: Negotiable
Job ID: 125565
Location: Vancouver
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Our Vancouver Client is looking for a Intermediate Business Analyst to develop options for a framework and approach to conduct an impact assessment arising from legislative and policy changes for the Office of Strategy Management team. - 112422
 
Initial contract until Dec 31, 2022, with possibilities of extension. Remote with some travel on as needed basis.
 
Must Have:
  • 5+ years of experience as a Business Analyst, evaluating cross divisional programs and services, assessing operational impacts at a corporate level, preferrably evaluating legislative and policy change impacts.
  • Experience with conducting current state review and complete a fit gap analysis against a proposed future state / best practices environment
  • A Bachelor’s Degree in a related discipline (e.g. Policy/Law/Business/Commerce/Economics) or an equivalent combination of experience and education will be considered

Responsibilities:
  • Conduct a current state review and complete a fit gap analysis against a proposed future state / best practices environment
  • Identify opportunities and options for an evaluation framework and approach
  • Report and present the key objectives to be met and resulting framework recommendation, including an implementation approach and any inherent risks or constraints
  • Provide updates in the form of facilitated meetings and/or emails to the Sr. Manager in the OSM and/or other project stakeholders
  • The consultant will research best practices, bring expertise through experience, and develop options for a framework and approach to conduct an impact assessment arising from legislative and policy changes.
  • This will include evaluating the internal and external environment, services to our stakeholders, government agencies’ requirements, assessing financial costs (short term immediate costs and long term liabilities), as well as resource considerations such as space, technology improvements, or business model staffing changes .
  • The consultant will recommend the most viable framework and approach.