Paul Hamlyn Foundation (PHF) is one of the largest independent grant-making organisations in the UK. PHF helps people overcome disadvantage and lack of opportunity, so that they can realise their potential and enjoy fulfilling and creative lives. They have a particular interest in supporting young people and a strong belief in the importance of the arts.
We are currently looking to appoint a new position into the organisation of Business Analyst to overview the grants systems and processes to ensure that they are designed and delivered in the best manner to support our grant-making.This post will be a blend of technical experience, people skills and leadership on continuous improvement. This role will be pivotal in making sure grant-making systems are fit for the organisation and staff and will play a main part in introducing new systems.
This essential role will work closely with the COO, in the planning and implementation of the Foundation's system and process design for grant-making and in the selection of a new CRM database. As this role will be working with very closely with a range of stakeholders in the organisation, you need to be able to work with colleagues to support the implementation of systems and processes and deal with any technical queries that might arise.
The successful candidate will be an approachable and engaged Business Analyst with previous experience of working to develop business processes and technical systems.You will have experience with system administration of a database and the ability to be able to pick up new systems with ease. It is essential that this person is a high level communicator with the ability to engage with a range of non-technical stakeholders and deliver workshops and training sessions. The ideal candidate will have experience of designing and managing systems and processes, running workshops and training sessions and the ability to lead in a collaborative manner.Just as important as your high-level technical skills is your ability to listen and build relationships with non-technical colleagues.
This is an excellent opportunity to join our team and help us better deliver our grants programme.