Business Analyst: Education And Cultural Affairs And Sport (2 Contract Positions For A 24-month Period)

REF NO: DOTP 2018-29
SALARY : All-inclusive salary package of R657 558 per annum (Level 11)
CENTRE : Department of the Premier, Western Cape Government
CLOSING DATE : 30 April 2018

Demonstrated experience with Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Systems Strong understanding of the SDLC (Systems Development Life Cycle) Model.
Experience in the following: Project Management.
Records Management.
OpenText and/or SharePoint administration.
Competencies: Knowledge of the following: Enterprise Content Management.
Business process re-engineering.
Understand use of Waterfall Vs Agile approach within WCG ECM environment.
Strong computer skills in MS Office especially Excel, Word and PowerPoint as well as process mapping tools such as Visio, Web based management systems.
Good communication (verbal and written) skills in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape.
Innovation and Research skills.
Ability to work under pressure.
Ability to train.
Facilitation and negotiation skills.
Innovation and research.
(Open Text Content Server and SharePoint administration skills highly recommended).

Business Analysis will involve the development of business cases for WCG departments, the analysis and documentation of as-is processes as well as the gathering and presentation of relevant information in various standard formats.
Process mapping and process re-engineering also required in some instances.
It will also be necessary to obtain needed information from stakeholders to form requirements.
Capture and present information provided in elicitation sessions.
It will sometimes be necessary to be the primary interface between the business users and vendor teams.
It will also be expected to convert needed information from stakeholders to form business requirement specifications.
Solution assessment and validation will entertain the following: Assess and report the organisational readiness of a business unit for the implementation of new solutions.
Liaise with external technology experts.
Enterprise Content Management administration will require the following: Analyse organisational structures and align to business process requirements.
Evaluate and administer work-space taxonomies and user permission structures.