CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. Business Process Reengineering Specialist in Arlington, Virginia
Business Process Reengineering Specialist
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Business Process Reengineering Specialist
Category: Business Analysis (functional and technical)
City: Arlington, Virginia, US United States
Position ID: J0921-0776
Employment Type: Full Time
Working as a Business Process Reengineering Specialist, you will reimagine methodologies and principles within the project’s management and business process efforts. You will be expected to leverage your technical and functional expertise in identifying, evaluating, and developing systems. It is not required that you be a programmer or systems analysts, but are “IT savvy” and will become proficient in the systems and technology used on the program. You will work closely with the client to realize business goals and implement organizational change programs to reach them.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
Business Process Reengineering Specialists apply process improvement and reengineering methodologies and principles to conduct change management efforts and business process modernization projects. They apply their broad management skills and functional expertise to lead complex BPR projects. Business Process Reengineering Specialist perform such tasks as:
• Lead clients through streamlining, reengineering and transforming business processes
• Work with client executives to facilitate organizational change programs and realize business goals
• Provide group facilitation, interviewing, training, and provides additional forms of knowledge transfer
• Serve as key coordinator between multiple project teams for enterprise-wide integration of reengineering efforts
• Provide daily supervision and direction to the Business Process Reengineering team members.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
• An interim Secret clearance is required to begin working onsite with our client, and a Secret clearance must be maintained throughout the project duration. Due to the nature of the government contract requirements and/or clearance requirements, US citizenship is required.
• Bachelor's degree in information technology, computer science, business administration, math or a related field.
• Understanding of various Software Development Life Cycle methodologies, including Agile.
• Experience in gathering business requirements, gap analysis, process flows, road mapping, and solution design.
• Experience designing, developing, and executing test plans.
• Ability to establish immediate credibility with clients, internal stakeholders and leaders.
• Ability to build consensus and achieve goals through influence and interpersonal skills.
• Ability to work under tight deadlines.
• High attention to detail through proofing and follow-through.
• Experience thriving in a dynamic work environment, balancing priorities for efficient workflow.
• Excellent interpersonal, communication (written and verbal) and presentation skills.
• Desire to continuously learn through independent study.
• Creative thinking and the ability to seek innovative solutions to complex technical/business problems.
• Desire to be a team player who is able to put the project or team success before their own, while also developing other members of the team.
• High integrity and strong work ethic.
• Adeptness to work collaboratively on a team as well as independently.
Agile & DevOps
What you can expect from us:
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