FED013 - Business Analyst Federation

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Posted: 07/05/2019 16:37
Start Date: Not Available
Salary: £38,606 - £46,328 per annum
Location: London
Level: Professional
Deadline: 19/05/2019 23:59
Hours: 35.00
Benefits: For more information about our benefits please view the job description
Job Type: Full Time fixed-term

£38,606 - £46,328 per annum

Please note Salary appointments are based on skills and experience

18 months Fixed term contract, Full time 35 hours per week


The Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians (herein named the Federation), based in the UK and with international reach, is a collaboration between the:

  • Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
  • Royal College of Physicians of London

 Collectively, the colleges represent more than 50,000 physicians worldwide. For physicians in the UK and globally, the colleges provide an invaluable professional network, opportunities to share best practice and ongoing educational opportunities.

The Federation’s purpose is to support the three colleges in delivering core shared services including:

  • the MRCP(UK) Diploma Examinations, the PACES practical examination and Specialty Certificate Examinations (SCE’S)
  • the Joint Royal College of Physicians Training Board (JRCPTB) which is responsible for managing the Colleges’ role in the regulation of specialist training in the UK
  • the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Policy and Diary for Physicians

 Working closely with the Federation Head of IT, the Business Analyst will provide support for a digital transformation programme delivering new academic systems to enable the Federation to support physicians throughout their training and career. The transformation will use an integrated modular solution to replace and integrate the current systems used by the Federation departments.


  • To work with stakeholders to identify and document requirements for information systems, ensuring that all identified needs can demonstrate sound business justification and benefit.
  • To make recommendations for the introduction/modification of new business processes / systems to support stakeholder objectives.
  • To identify areas of potential improvement and analyse and re-engineer processes, workflows and rules.
  • Ensuring all identified needs can demonstrate sound business justification and benefits.
  • To work with the Federation IT project manager and other stakeholders to prioritise requirements so as to deliver value throughout the software development cycle.


  • Degree educated or evidence of significant business analysis and process re-engineering experience
  • Significant experience of the practical application of Business Analysts activities including, but not limited to, working on process improvement activities.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of the complete project lifecycle understanding and where Business Analyst activities fit into agreed methodologies.
  • Excellent analytical skills. 
  • Outstanding communication, influencing and interpersonal skills


  • 29 days holiday plus public holidays
  • Learning and development opportunities
  • 7% employer pension contribution
  • Season ticket loan interest free
  • Free lunch

 For more information about the role and our benefits, please view the job description and person specification. To apply, please submit a covering letter and CV.

Closing date: 19 May 2019

Interview date: 28 May 2019

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