29 May 2018

Business Design System Analyst

Type of document: Contract Notice
Country: United Kingdom

BUSINESS DESIGN SYSTEM ANALYST
Contract type: Service contract
Contracting authority: Jave DevelopmentTeam-ViSOR – Home Office. Web: , SW1P 4DF.
Object of the contract
Location: London
Address where the work will take place : 1st Floor, Fry Building, 2 Marsham Street, London, SW1P 4DF. Or, Bernard Weatherill House, 9th Floor, 8 Mint Walk, Croydon, CR0 1EA
Business Design and Systems Analyst able to assess requirement of ViSOR Governance and Change Management Groups and design change and amendments to process on application. Compile these as themed release packages and design their content. Oversee development of these release packages and engage in deployment on the Police National Computer.
CPV: 72221000, 72000000, 72263000, 72220000, 72212000, 72200000
Administrative Information
Closing date for applications 8.6.2018 (23:59)
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Other Information
Deadline for asking questions: Friday 1 June 2018 at 11:59pm GMT
Latest start date: Sunday 1 July 2018
Expected contract length: 2 years
Maximum day rate: £900
About the work
Who the specialist will work with : Specialist will be working directly with an Oracle Database Design and Administrator, 3 Oracle Developers, 2 Oracle Test Analysts, the Product and Service Manager. Plus regular interfaces with Governance members, users and PNC technicians
What the specialist will work on: ViSOR Releases for 2018/19, Support for ViSOR Migration, Static Maintenance Releases, 3rd Line Support on Business Issues, Data Extract Reports, FOI Requests, Input on ITHC issues, Assistance with transition to NLEDS, Support improvements to Business Continuity
Work setup
Working arrangements: Expectation to be onsite for 5 day working week. However, home working facility being sought for use no more that 2 working days per week. Onsite working to be in a secure area with JDT-ViSOR
Security clearance: SC and NPPV Level 3
Skills and experience
Buyers will use the essential and nice-to-have skills and experience to help them evaluate suppliers’ technical competence.
Essential skills and experience : Business/System Analysis skills to transform user requirements into a design for the application
Knowledge of Java/JSPs/JavaScript/SQL to a) help to inform the design and b) investigate live issues
Knowledge of design and performance tuning of J2EE applications using WebLogic
Knowledge of legislation and how to implement it within the application, including (but not limited to): Sexual Offences Act 2003, Criminal Justice Act 2003, Anti-Terrorism Act 2008,
Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2009, Sexual Offences (Scotland) Act 2009, Sexual Offences Act 2003 (Remedial) (Scotland) Order 2011,
Sexual Offences Act 2003 (Notification Requirements) (England and Wales) Regulations 2012
Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.
Knowledge of testing to assist with test creation and implementation.
Expert user of RoboHelp HTML for authoring, generating and publishing online help
Nice-to-have skills and experience: Expert user of Microsoft Office Expert user of Microsoft Office
Ability to communicate at any level up to National User Group/Steering Groups/Chief Constables
How suppliers will be evaluated
How many specialists to evaluate: 3
Cultural fit criteria : Flexible, Supportive, Questioning and Calm
Work as a team with our organisation and other stakeholders, including willingness to share information and pass knowledge
Transparent and collaborative when making decisions
Have a no-blame-culture and encourage people to learn from their mistakes
Assessment methods: Work history
Presentation
Evaluation weighting:
Technical competence
50%
Cultural fit
20%
Price
30%
Questions asked by suppliers: No questions have been answered yet
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