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Project Change Manager

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Organisation:Leicestershire County Council 

Working Hours: Flexible 

Salary:£42,552 - Pro-Rata 

Appointment Type:Casual 

Location:Mixture of Home Working & based at, County Hall, Glenfield, Leicestershire, LE3 8RF 

Reference:CYP1926 

Closing date:26 June 2022 at midnight 


Until 31st March 2023

 
The Project /Change manager coming into this role will be required to work on a variety of Projects within the CFS Systems implementation Programme as set up within the Programme, secure people resources to lead workstreams in order to progress agreed Projects/Change activities in scope for delivery. We are expecting the successful candidate to have some experience of delivering change for systems implementation, local authority experience, managing multiple change projects with interdependencies and enabling culture change/shift in practice.  Experience of working with children and families is desirable.

There is a great opportunity for you to shape the projects in scope for delivery, contributing to the overall success of the programme to ensure the outcomes of the programme along with the benefits are delivered. 

The background that you will be dealing with is as follows.

Education 
The Department currently has an education and transport planning system that is hosted on premise. It has been in the local authority for many years and is also used by other departments in the authority. The system has been configured considerably during this time. It also feeds a key line of business application, based on Microsoft Access, in the Environment and Transport Department to enable them to do transport planning. 

 
The outcome we want to achieve in this area is to move to a supplier hosted, managed and supported product where there is a need for minimal configuration, maximises uptime e.g. reduces time lost due to upgrades and provides a quicker turnaround for product enhancements. 

 
The current product is very modular based. Some modules are more critical to the services than others. These would need to be prioritised in conjunction with the service areas.  

 
A significant element outside of the technical delivery is to be able to manage the stakeholders and deliver the business change that will be required for a successful implementation.

 
One module of this system has already been procured and there is a project in place to deliver this within the next 6-9 months. 

Social Care 
The current social Care system is on premise, and an implementation project is underway to deliver the move to a supplier hosted, managed and supported system.

Youth Offending 
The third element of the programme is that we have an incumbent supplier who is likely to move out of the software market next year. There will be a need to develop requirements and procure and implement a new, ideally cloud-based, line of business system for the youth offending team. 

Post – 16 years system 
 
This strand is to review the current system that provides Community Learning and Development (CLD), Youth Support and Careers services from the National Client Caseload Information System (NCCIS) & National Careers Service.  There will be a need to develop requirements and procure and implement a new, ideally cloud-based, line of business system.

Programme Outcomes 
A key overarching benefit being sought from all of these separate strands, is that practitioners have a holistic view of the child, their support network and input from other professionals and agencies.   We want our practitioners to be spending their time helping their clients rather than simply putting data into systems and doing administrative work. 

Technically, we want secure supplier hosted, managed and supported solutions that require minimal configuration and maintenance. Third parties can securely access the relevant systems/records through portals. Data duplication is significantly reduced, with master data being held in the right system. 

Your Brief 
We are particularly interested in a Project Manager that will:
  • Understating of/and experience of delivering children’s systems and way of working
  • Local authority experience
  • Experience of delivering Change projects using standardised methodologies and approaches such as Agile, waterfall
  • Contribute to the development of a business case for assigned project(s)
  • Prepare and deliver documentation to a high standard
  • Developing and leading workstreams in collaboration with workstream leads and the services areas/practitioners to deliver a robust plan via agreed governance boards/meetings
  • Effectively monitor and report on assigned projects into relevant boards in a timely manner
  • Manage and plan multiple projects in parallel and to a high standard, understanding the interdependencies across workstreams and projects
  • Work effectively across services and departments to deliver outputs and outcomes as agreed for project (s)
  • Engage key stakeholders, especially gaining and maintaining the support of services areas and corporate services
  • Understand the business change that is required, bringing practitioners on-board
  • Identify and track project related benefits to ensure benefits are realised

 


Please see the Job Description / Person Specification which are attached further down on this page

 
For informal enquires please contact Allan Lugrin  Tel: 0116 305 8403 Email: 
allan.lugrin@leics.gov.uk 

 
We are on a journey to be an inclusive department where a culture to celebrate equality, diversity and inclusion is embedded and discrimination challenged at every level together as a department.  We warmly welcome those from all cultures, ethnicities and beliefs - this diversity is vital to our journey and is fundamental to our values and enriches the services we offer our children and families. We particularly welcome applicants from black, minority, ethnic (BME) communities, disabled people and lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) communities, as they are currently under represented within our workforce.


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