Remuneration: Competitive tender
WRAP is not-for-profit, working with governments, businesses and citizens to create a world in which we source and use resources sustainably. Our experts generate the evidence-based solutions we need to protect the environment, build stronger economies and support more sustainable societies. Our impact spans the entire life-cycle of the food we eat, the clothes we wear and the products we buy, from production to consumption and beyond.
WRAP has four main areas of focus to its delivery:
A recent organisational review identified some key aspects of systems and ways of working (not just technology) that would benefit from development. We are therefore seeking to engage a Business Analyst for a short-term contract to work with key internal staff to define the ‘As Is’ and ‘To Be’ operating models and integrate optimised workflows.
The Business Analyst will report to the Transformation Director, and ideally will be embedded in WRAP for the duration of the contract.
It is anticipated that this contract will last for approximately two to three months and is needed to start immediately.
For full details please see the Request for Quotation.
We are looking for a highly experienced business analyst with the following attributes:
To obtain the Request for Quotation and to submit your bid please access the Delta e-sourcing portal.
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The deadline for bid submissions is 23:45 on Tuesday 26 March 2019.
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