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April

Business Analyst - Victims Of Crime Financial Assistance Scheme Reform

Victorian Government - Melbourne, VIC

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* VPS5 fixed term until 30 June 2022.

In September 2018 the Victorian Government tabled in Parliament the Victorian Law Reform Commission's review of the Financial Assistance Scheme (FAS) for victims of crime, currently administered by the Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal (VOCAT). The review recommended widespread reform of the scheme, including that it changes from a courts-based scheme to an administrative scheme. The Government has accepted in principle all of the report's 100 recommendations and committed to undertaking significant work to progress the recommendations in this term of government.
About us
Victim Services, Support and Reform (VSSR) is part of the Service Delivery Reform, Coordination and Workplace Safety Group. VSSR provides strategic leadership and advice on victims of crime issues across government, as well as direct service provision through a range of programs including the Victims of Crime Helpline, Victims Register and the Victims Assistance Program.
About the role
The Business Analyst (BA) role is within the Reform Project Team - a multi-disciplinary team designing and delivering a transformative new business, a new assistance scheme for victims of crime. The BA will analyse existing business requirements; define new business needs including the transition from the current Tribunal (VOCAT); work with a range of stakeholders to facilitate and elicit information; and document the new business model in a comprehensive and useful way that is understood by relevant stakeholders to deliver the solution.
The Business Analyst will be responsible for:

* analysing existing business requirements
* defining new business needs including the transition from the current Tribunal (VOCAT)
* working with a range of stakeholders to facilitate and elicit information
* documenting the new business model in a comprehensive and useful way that is understood by relevant stakeholders to deliver the solution.

This role will suit an experienced analyst who has worked on service delivery transformation projects and enjoys working in a high performing, fast-paced environment at the forefront of reform across multiple subject areas.
You will have worked significantly with a range of business areas to establish a new way of operating or on service delivery transformation projects. You will enjoy working in a high performing, fast-paced environment at the forefront of reform across multiple subject areas.
About you
As the Business Analyst, you will possess:

* demonstrated knowledge and a sound-track record in the management, planning, identification, documentation, review and analysis of business processes and business requirements at a senior level
* demonstrated knowledge and proven expertise in working end to end on complex projects ideally in the justice sector or on other government projects
* demonstrated high level of research gathering and data/information analysis skills and the ability to make sense and communicate meaningfully to stakeholders
* proven ability to use various technologies to document effectively process maps, workflows and business requirements.

Keys to your success will be your highly developed communication, problem solving, and project management skills including the ability to influence and negotiate through leadership and expertise.
How to apply
Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.
If you require adjustments to the recruitment and selection process, or require an alternative format to any of the application material, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on this ad.
The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include national police checks and misconduct screening.