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We are recruiting for a Benefits Analyst on a permanent basis. The Benefits Analyst is accountable for conducting the technical and analytical aspects of benefits realisation activities in accordance to agreed benefits realisation best practice. This includes defining benefits, determining expected values, allocating measures, managing measurement reporting, and supporting the development of benefits management capability in delivery teams and the supply chain.
As a Benefits Analyst, you will need to have/be:
Ability to analyse business activity
Business process mapping skills
Ability to organise and facilitate workshops
Ability to create a plan for specific tasks, gain agreement to it from stakeholders who need to input into the work, and monitor and deliver against it.
Ability to engage with and manage stakeholders and Government on sensitive issues
Ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing, to a variety of audiences, including internal stakeholders at various levels in the organisation
Experience of benefits realisation in complex business change environments such as identifying and realising benefits in a programme
Identifying and measuring business benefits
Delivering benefits management and realisation plansDetails:
Salary: £32, 600 - £46, 800
Working Hours: Full Time, Monday to Friday
Duration: PermanentRole of Benefits Analyst:
Enabling the outcomes and benefits attributed to each Directorate to be realised
Clearly articulating the requirements and benefits to be achieved for each Area and constituent Projects that flow down from the statutory obligations as set out within the Business Case and the Development Agreement. This role contributes to clearly articulating the benefits for areas/projects.
Providing checks and balances, by constructively challenging those accountable for delivery
Outcomes and benefits will be achieved safely, on time, to budget and to the right quality. This role contributes to this accountability.
Projects are fit to progress to the next stage.
Assessing the impact of proposed change to the overall Business Case, Development Agreement, Programme Requirements and Outcomes. This role contributes to this accountability by providing benefits impact assessments of proposed changes.
Managing key external relationships, and acting as the focal point for formal communications
The directorate is also accountable for:
Managing the Development Agreement and Framework Document - and ensuring corporate obligations are being delivered.
Setting the standard, process and approach for benefits management, capability development & reporting, which this role contributes to; and
Providing economic and commercial analysis services to support business case development and passenger demand modelling and analysis.
Support implementation of benefits realisation in projects and programmes including the measurement regime and support to benefit owners
Organise and support benefit and dis-benefit identification and quantification activities and workshops
Analyse and evaluate benefits and realisation progress with consistent forensic techniques producing standard, agreed outputs such as benefit profiles and prepare reports on the benefits management framework and register when required, working with benefit and measure owners
Provide education and training sessions for programme staff with other members of the benefits realisation teamBenefits of working as a Benefits Analyst:
a competitive pension scheme, with up to 12 per cent employer contributions
a starting salary that reflects your skills and experience
a cash allowance in lieu of benefits, which means you can choose which benefits are right for you and your family
core company funded benefits such as life assurance, income protection and health cash plan
25 days annual leave plus public holidays
access to tax-efficient voluntary benefits scheme & retail, health, leisure, and travel offers
access to an Employee Assistance Program
financial and health well-being programmes
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