We’re looking for a Business Process Change Manager with proven experience in Student and Curriculum management to join the Student workstream of our Transformation Programme. This is an opportunity to be part of a multinational team tasked with transforming our University through new technologies, new processes and new ways of working.
The Programme is wide reaching and will have an impact across our Schools and Professional Services, covering Finance, HR and Payroll, Research, and the Student journey (note that this role is in relation to the Student workstream).
If you have a passion for driving change and love a challenge, we’d love to hear from you.
Interested? For further details of role, criteria and salary, please read the job description and/or contact Alison Slater email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Watch John Rowan, our VP for Research and Knowledge Exchange discuss the opportunities for the OneUniversity Research solution.
Watch our Director of Finance Carol Prokopyszn talk about OneUniversity.
We’ve been working hard over the summer in preparation for the launch of the OneUniversity Finance solution in November, but in addition to this and other workstreams that make up Phase 1, we’ve also recently started the Student worksteam in earnest.
The Student Programme team currently comprises of:
– Two project managers (Stuart Moorhouse and Richard Cassells)
– Senior UoD Business Stream Solution Manager (Gwen Hunter)
– Two business analysts (Andrea Byrne and Lana Smith)
– A project officer (Nadege Minois)
– Four business process change managers (Gillian Sharp, Duncan Brown, Judith Milne and Rachel Smith)
Others will join the team in due course.
In addition to this we have four TechnologyOne consultants on-site and working with team. They are Sam Curtis (Senior Consultant), Ian Henry (Project Director), Philip Gorse (consultant) and Lauren Wood (consultant).
Solution Verification Workshops
The team have recently attended a number of workshops to get a feel for what the OneUniversity Student solution offers, and from next week (25th September) through to December, a series of solution verification workshops will take place with key stakeholders.
School Managers and Directors have been issued the dates and times of these workshops and have been asked to select suitable individuals to attend each. The schedule for these workshops is as follows:
26 – 29 September – Managing Curriculum – courses, units, structures
5 – 10 October – Fee Schedule Maintenance
13 – 17 October – Student Self-Service
23 – 24 October – Student Administration
27 – 3 November – Enquiry Management
10 – 17 November – UCAS/UKPASS
23 – 26 November – Access and Security
4 – 7 December – Applications and Admissions
13 – 15 December – Scholarships and Rewards
We’ll be sharing the output of these workshops with staff early 2018.
If you have any questions about the Student Workshop please get in touch.