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Job Overview

Design Integrity Analyst

Location: City of London, London, England Salary: £45000 - £60000 per annum + Bonus/Market leading benefits
Type: Permanent Contact: Tobias Armstrong
Posted: 2 months ago

Eames are working closely with a Large banking client in order to find a Design Integrity Analyst to join team that sits within the design function which helps ensure that all design activity is coordinated, aligned to scope and delivered to expected quality standards.

The team interacts with a range of stakeholders from across the programme including Policy, Business Design, Architecture, Commercial, Legal and Test to ensure the appropriate standards, traceability and design governance are embedded and maintained.

The main purpose of the Design Integrity Analyst is to establish a centralised and governed "single version of the truth" across all business and technical design artefacts and ensure traceability and adherence is maintained across the programme.

This primarily includes, but is not limited to the requirements, process maps, high level technical designs, transition state mapping, target operating model and programme scope. Working closely with other programme workstreams and the technical delivery partner, this role requires a proactive and engaging individual who will help the programme deliver the design artefacts it requires within the programme timelines to set quality and integrity standards.

What they are looking for:

-Strong attention to detail. You will be managing a large amount of design material from a variety of sources and as such, previous experience in handling, analysing and sorting information (e.g. using MS Excel and enterprise tools such as iServer) from a variety of sources is required.

-Records management experience. The design integrity function must maintain a single version of the truth across the programme design activity. As such, you will require knowledge of record management, version control and change control processes.

-Organisation and planning. You will require a deep understanding of the design plan within the programme. You will be able to report against plans on a weekly basis and help identify and escalate risks and issues that may impact planning assumptions.

-Ability to handle dependencies across multiple work streams and stakeholder groups.

-Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentational skills.

If this sounds of interest and you have the relevant skill set, please send your CV across for review

Eames Consulting is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.