Business Analyst – Project Manager
Reporting to the Head of Information Technology, the Business Analyst/Project Manager will support all functions across the business in day-to-day operations, being the point of contact for optimising processes, managing projects and supporting with change requests and training needs. The role will also be a focal point for international projects and will act as a bridge between the MSF Australia and the rest of the global organisation.
- Understand priorities and strategies of departmental stakeholders;
- Identify opportunities to leverage information technology;
- Undertake feasibility assessment of IT initiatives and develop project briefs/charters;
- Keep a consistent roadmap for corporate services (FIN, FHR, DHR, MU, PU, FHR) according to local needs;
- Manage projects and change requests completion on time, scope and budget;
- Coordinate MSFA initiatives for the movement outside Australia and New Zealand;
- Make sure the local requirements are collected and validated by the Leadership Team in coordination with other local and global IT stakeholders; and
- Training and support of departmental users
Skills and Experience
- The ideal candidate will be someone who has the following key experience/capabilities:
- Minimum 5+ years in a similar role supporting all business units.
- Demonstrated competence in Finance and HR systems as a functional analyst or a Project Manager.
- Demonstrated project management skills.
- Knowledge of process analysis.
- Excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational
Forward your resume and a cover letter to [email protected]
Please note that a criminal record check may be required as part of the selection process. Applicants with criminal records will not automatically be ineligible for the position they are applying for. Médecins Sans Frontières Australia has a Child Protection Policy in place and all employees are required to comply with this policy.
Médecins Sans Frontières Australia is committed to creating an inclusive workplace for all our staff. We believe that a diverse team helps us better serve those most in need, we encourage flexibility (in all its forms) and we encourage people from a wide range of backgrounds to apply for this role, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTQIA+, people from other culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds and people with disabilities. People with a disability can request support from our Domestic HR Department if you think you may require reasonable adjustment during the recruitment process.