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The IT/Business Analyst Intern will help improve and modernization government services and create impact that change the lives of Fijians.

Key Responsibilities
The position will achieve its purpose through the following key duties:
1. Facilitate business process re-engineering and change management workshops as directed
2. Assist business process re-engineering manager and change manager to deliver the scope of the programme within the set programme schedule, including mapping, reviewing and analysing changes required in business processes and documenting business rules for automation of processes
3. Ensure timely, effective and accurate communication with other Government ministries and stakeholders to achieve smooth transition
4. Ensure that projects under the Programme are completed with high quality and to the Fijian Government’s satisfaction
5. Assist to provide regular updates on the progress of the programme to the Digital Management Committee
6. Assist team members to resolve conflicts and interface problems within the programme and ensure the successful delivery of the programme
7. Interact with relevant stakeholders in internal communications.
8. Actively contribute to all corporate requirements of the Ministry, including planning, budgeting and human resource activities when required.

Skills and Abilities
1. Demonstrated written and oral communications skills
2. Strong problem solving and organisation skills
3. Ability to identify functional requirements and business rules for documented processes
4. Intermediate level of competency in MS Office suite products
5. Service oriented approach, with a commitment to supporting the operational and corporate environment of the organisation

Personal Character and Eligibility
Applicants for employment must be of good character, with a background that demonstrates their commitment to the civil service values contained in the Fijian Constitution. Applicants must also be Fijian Citizens, under Age 55, in sound health, with a clear police record. The selected applicant will be required to provide a medical certificate and police clearance as a condition of employment.

The Ministries are Equal Employment Opportunity Employers. Applications are encouraged from all eligible, qualified applicants. All applicants must address the specific knowledge, experience, skills and abilities required for the job, as this criteria will be considered in assessing the relative suitability of applicants.

Closes on: Monday 22nd April, 2019
Compensation:  BAND G: $28,605.45 to $38,140.60 per annum

*Additional performance payments may be available for our highest performers, in accordance with the Public Service Commission guidelines.

Contact:  For further information, please go to the Fijian Government website at www.fiji.gov.fj/vacancy.aspx or contact Evelyn Ram on 3221144 or email evelyn.ram@economy.gov.fj

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