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Business Readiness Analyst

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Business Readiness Analyst

Category: Business Analysis (functional and technical)

City: Houston, Texas, US United States

Position ID: J1121-2654

Employment Type: Full Time

Position Description:

CGI is looking for a Business Readiness Analyst with direct responsibility to develop and deliver, directly or through others, effective communication drives success change management and embedding of new/updated ways of working within T&S Crude and across T&S Crude’s LoaD footprint ! The role is based in Houston, Texas.

Your future duties and responsibilities:

• To develop and deliver, directly or through others, effective communication drives success change management and embedding of new/updated ways of working within T&S Crude and across T&S Crude’s LoaD footprint in the areas of:

• RMF-led processes and controls, supporting activities of the Crude BIA organisation’s Risk Manager and Business Assurance Lead teams.

• T&S Crude-specific and, in some case, global improvement projects/initiative, led by the Crude BIA organisation’s Project Delivery Lead team.

• These projects/initiatives are aligned with the T&S imperatives of HSSE, Risk Management and Value through cross-functional and cross-organisational teams, as required.

• More generally, lead stakeholder identification, analysis and management to define effective communication & engagement approaches. Co-creation of messaging to various internal stakeholders within T&S Crude while maintaining maximum reasonable alignment with the rest of T&S Risk Taskforce Agenda.

• Craft change-and-engage story lines, including success stories, and heighten the brand value of the Business Improvement and Assurance function.

• Direct responsibility to provide feedback and support to T&S Crude leadership on Risk Management-based communication(s), including,

Ad hoc support to the SVP T&S Crude, GM BIA Crude and other T&S Crude leadership on

• Webcasts and email communications/newsletters.

• Prepare, translate and deliver engaging communication materials to regular forums such as the RTF, T&S Crude Townhalls/Webcasts and newsletters.

• Managing T&S Crude RMF-based strategy, roadmap, and performance reporting and communication through coordination of dashboards, internal communication feeds, virtual awareness and engagement sessions, learning capture and sharing sessions, and/or webcasts as necessary, helping to create the feeling of working as “one team”.

• Develop tracking mechanism for success of communication strategies, including collate feedback from previous communication “drops” through a variety of engaging mediums and identify ways to drive and leverage learnings to increase effectiveness future communication.

• Confirmation and alignment of change and engagement strategy with T&S Crude leadership.

• Responsibility to represent the change and engage elements of T&S Crude with other T&S LoBs and the central T&S BIAM organisation (including its change and communications staff)

• Support the development of the central T&S BIAM Leadership Team’s change and engage capabilities and support the creation of aligned reporting structures and communications strategies.

• Assist and work to align with other LoB BIAMs’ organisations to optimally manage the enterprise wide change and engagement plan.

• Work with the central T&S Change & Engage team to ensure all tools, processes and systems are fit for purpose and tailored to their audience (e.g. Basecamp; Sharepoint; communications)

Required qualifications to be successful in this role:

• 2+ years of experience in Change Management.

• Proven experience in the measurement of communication effectiveness and demonstrated ability to learn and successfully modify and adapt for improved impact.

• Ability to work with business leadership on the messaging and value of change (think-feel-do), utilising a variety of communication methods/techniques and connect the change (solution) to the business process and ways of working for effective training/delivery.

• Proven stakeholder management across all leadership levels and locations/cultures including;

• Ability to flex communication style in the moment to meet listeners’ needs.

• Proactively adapting and managing specifics in the local environment to ensure change objectives met.

• Strong self- presence - must reflect confidence and guidance on the change requirements needed for success.

Soft Skills & Experience

• Individual delivery of high impact change management activities.

• Working knowledge of change management for IT solutions

• Understanding of change management approaches

• Proven track record of building strong stakeholder relationships at different organisational levels

• Able to produce high quality business-facing deliverables and activities to drive and sustain change

• Resilient and able to manage challenge and resistance

• Results/outcomes oriented, business value focused

• Confident and able to work in high-ambiguity work environment



  • Change Management

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