Programme Planning Lead FTC 104 weeks
Business Unit: Warships
About the role
An opportunity has arisen for a highly-motivated and driven individual to join our unique and exciting Warships support team, in a fixed term transitionary role as a Planning Architect.
The role primarily based within Devonport, will contribute and drive forward the planning changes required within the Warships Support value stream, in order to ensure a defined agreed vision with clearly defined benefits and objectives that contributes to the successful business readiness and overall planning change implementation.
Reporting to the Business support lead within the Programme Management Office (PMO) and working closely with the Transformation Programme team as well as senior stakeholders and the wider business, this role will lead the identification of processes, tooling and systems, current planning outputs and frameworks utilised throughout the business that could be integrated within Warships.
You will be expected to drive forward the review and streamlining of current internal processes and influencing across operational teams and business functions within the Warships value stream, in order to drive increased efficiency and effectiveness of support delivery to Royal Navy ships.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our business and be part of our drive towards enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of the Babcock support value stream, and delivering world class engineering support services to its customers.
What do I need to do the role?
You will need LEAN and Change Management experience and experience in planning.
What else do I need to know?
This is a fixed term contract for 104 weeks
You should hold or have the ability to obtain SC clearance.
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Closing Date: 9th July 2021