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Business Architect

Business Architect

TOM / Business Process Design / Process Re-Engineering / Strategy / Business Analysis / ERP

La Fosse have been engaged by a fast-growing renewable energy business, who are backed by one of the world's largest brands, to help source a Business Architect for their expanding team.

A new position for the organisation, this role is one that will play a central role, providing a strategic link between multiple functions - particularly the business, IT & Operations (Finance, HR etc.). As the company grows on a global scale over the coming years, your role will involve setting new Target Operating Models, designing new process architectures alongside looking at things like organisational design, operational efficiencies & ways of working.

This is a very exciting business, one which has grown beyond start-up phase through significant backing & is now an established global leader in renewable energy. You have the chance to join at an early stage & help shape its development.

Key Experience Required:

  • Currently operating as a Business Architect or potentially a 'top-down' strategic Enterprise Architect or Business Analyst.
  • Your background will likely be in Process or Business Analysis, where you have gained significant experience in topics like requirements gathering.
  • Experience & track record in areas like the design of new Target Operating Models, process (re)-engineering, process improvement, capability mapping & organisational design.
  • Experience of an asset-intensive industry would be highly beneficial - e.g. Utilities, Energy, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, Engineering etc.
  • Any experience working on or merely exposure to an ERP transformation or rollout would also be highly beneficial (SAP, Oracle etc.)
  • You have a logical & structured problem-solving approach.
  • The ability to explain technical jargon in business terms.
  • Strong stakeholder management & influencing skills.

This is a permanent position.

This role will be initially remote, with travel needed to London once a level of normality ensues.