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Financial Solutions SME

Duration: 3 - 12 months with option to extending

Region: Riyadh - KSA

Mode: On-site

Daily rate: TBD

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Our client, an ICT company based in KSA, is setting up a large scale managed services in Healthcare space. As part of the RFP process they are looking for several HE professionals across different functions:
PMO, Change Management, Finance, Architects, Technical Governance, and Cybersecurity.

The goal is to provide the Enterprise Architecture oversight of the design and implementation of the clinical and financial components.


  • Translate current high-level architecture into detailed blueprint executable by vendors
  • Detail out key business use cases
  • Determine Inter-operability standards and coding scheme governing the program internally and externally
  • Assist vendors in developing detailed integration specification
  • Review vendor deliverables and provide feedback
  • Develop detailed non-functional requirements and test criteria. Govern infrastructure build to meet these requirements


  • Detailed Architectural Blueprint for the UniPlat program
  • Detailed Program functional use cases
  • Finalize Standards and coding schemes to be used across the clinical and financial components
  • Identify Program Integration point and assist vendors in building specifications
  • Align and assess the impact of non-functional requirements on Program functional use cases

Professional background

  • 14+ years of experience in business analysis 
  • Healthcare insurance solutions
  • Relevant professional certification(s) (e.g. PMI-PBA)
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