Differentis is undergoing a period of planned, strategic growth based on our robust and growing client base.
In order to support that base and to build capability in new areas, we are growing our teams in management consulting, programme management, business architecture and solutions architecture. We are absolutely committed to identifying high calibre individuals who have the ambition, drive and capability to become Differentis leaders of the future; applications from people with the following profiles will be welcomed.
1. Solution Architects
A Solution Architect provides both the technical leadership and accountability for the overall success of an engagement’s technical team’s efforts including architecture, design, development, testing, and deployment for the business solution
This high-level role requires an in-depth understanding of the client’s business, its operating model and business challenges, together with the technology available for creating a fully integrated, successful business solution. This role would typically form part of a design authority group on a project, which strives to maintain start to finish integrity of the solution
2. Business Architects
The Business Architect provides a common view of business capabilities, processes, and strategic needs to support objective and structured decision-making for investment in business and technology change.
By creating and maintaining an end-to-end view of an organisation’s major business processes, the Business Architect will provide the basis for improved business process management and process improvements. They are responsible for developing and presenting the ‘case for action’, to identify and focus on the business areas in greatest need of change. The Business Architect will work closely with technical experts to define solutions that support the redesigned or improved business processes using current and future technologies.
3. Programme Managers
The Programme Manager takes accountability for delivering the intended programme business results within time and budget, scope and quality. They are responsible for managing and implementing all aspects of change (both business and technical) through the lifecycle of the programme.
They are responsible for regular and effective communication with project sponsors and other key stakeholders to report progress, resolve issues and mitigate risks where necessary.
4. Management Consultants
Differentis Management Consultants typically work with Business Executives, CIOs and their Senior Management Teams, focused on “Managing The Business of IT”, at a strategic level.
Typical assignments could include:
- Undertaking assessments of a Business Function or the IT Department,
- Assessing the impact of new Business Strategies on IT
- Developing, reviewing and refining Strategies for IT, appropriate to the circumstances (e.g. the impact of M&A, Consumerisation of IT etc)
- Developing, reviewing and refining Business Cases for Investment, at all stages of the Business Case Lifecycle
- Conducting Due Diligence Assessments on a Company’s technology & IT services in advance of its being purchased
- Developing IT Operating Models and Operating Model Elements
- Carrying out sourcing assessments in advance of outsourcing