We can offer you the chance to help make the UK a safer place through innovation, working in partnership with government and law enforcement organisations on some of the most challenging data and technology problems out there.
We strongly encourage candidates of all different backgrounds and identities to apply. We are committed to building an inclusive, safe and supportive environment that allows everyone to do their best work. We are happy to support any accessibility or neurodiversity requirements that you may need during the recruitment process.
We’ve been around for about eight-years and gone from being a little-known tech start-up to creating our very own community at the heart of the tech and digital epicentre of the UK - Manchester, we are now growing our central London office.
Our name Naimuri is Japanese and simply means…
‘nai’ meaning ‘not’
‘muri’ meaning ‘overburden’
These principles apply to every aspect of an organisation from technology, process and infrastructure, through to people, culture and leadership. This means that we empower our teams to do what they think is the right thing, giving them the skills and confidence to explore new ways of working, and to create a bias-free environment, where all our people feel comfortable collaborating to deliver the finest ideas and solutions in an agile environment.
Our business is focused on 4 cornerstones, which shape and underpin the way in which we go about work and treat each other. These are: Wellbeing, Empowerment, Perpetual Edge and Delivery.
People and culture are at the heart of Naimuri, so that collectively, we can realise our mission of ‘making the UK a safer place to be’.
About the role and the team
We are currently growing our analysis community, comprising business change managers, business analysts, user researchers and user experience designers. You will, therefore, be joining an exciting and growing community which sees individuals closely integrated into technical teams.
You will spend approximately 80% of your time integrated into one of our software development or data science teams, planning, designing and implementing activities to help our customers to adopt new technology and transition to planned new ways of working.
You will support acceptance testing processes to ensure that intended changes have been correctly implemented and that anticipated benefits have been realised. You will work closely with analytical colleagues to help our customers meet their benefits plans as closely and effectively as possible.
You will spend the other 20% of your time working on some of our smaller-scale and shorter-term projects, performing similar tasks to help our customers to better understand their technical and change requirements and embark on the most appropriate longer-term technical and change projects.
All of our work is closely focused on our mission to make the UK a safer and better place to be.
You will be passionate about technology and keeping the UK safe. You may have a degree that may be in a related field. You might not, but might instead demonstrate how you have trodden the path for yourself and gained the skills and experience required to be successful in this role.
We would expect you to have experience in the core skills. However, items listed on the
general skills are nice to have. They are things that are likely to be used in the role and it is advised that you should have opinions on several of them.
Developing a business change implementation plan to identify required changes to processes, procedures, systems, structures and ways of working.
Using a structured process and set of tools for leading people through change.
Implementing organisational business change management practices to support iterative/agile working.
Engaging with, and tailoring communication to, stakeholders and everyone impacted by the change.
Monitoring the impact of the business change management plan and sustaining and embedding change.
Planning, designing, managing, executing and reporting on the outcomes of User Acceptance Tests.
Implementing service acceptance practices to support iterative/agile working.
Ensuring receiving teams are ready to operate the new service when it has been deployed.
Identifying and implementing the actions needed to optimise the business impact of individual and combined benefits.
Confirming the achievement of expected benefits.
Assessing change readiness and capacity including planning around key business cycles and selecting appropriate customers for migration.
Assessing and developing business change management capabilities.
Coaching change sponsors.
Implementing a benefits management framework and approach.
Above all else, we look for people with the right attitude and tenacity to continually improve themselves. You’ll have the freedom and autonomy to do your best work, with plenty of support along the way
Pay and benefits
Naimuri pays competitively within the industry based on your role's base location rates. The salary for this position is dependent upon your experience and is relative to our current people. It is vital to us that all our people are paid commensurate, to ensure everyone feels valued. We assess seniority relative to the team at Naimuri during the interviewing process.
A full time working week is 37.5 hours and you have flexibility over when you give that time. We also offer part-time working which can be discussed during the recruitment process.
Our core hours are 10:00am - 3:00pm and our office hours are between 7:30 and 18:00 Monday to Friday.
Flexible/Hybrid working options
A performance bonus
Pension matched 1.5x up to 10.5%
AXA group 1 medical cover
Personal training budget
Holiday buy-back scheme
We want to ensure that you feel comfortable and confident when interviewing with us. To help you prepare, our recruitment team will discuss the process in more detail with you when you apply.
We are happy to support any accessibility or neurodiversity requirements.
If you would like to apply for this position please send your latest CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you !