Carl Arataki (He/Him)
Carl is a change and transformation professional with years of experience working within the Housing & Care and beyond. Carl has worked across multiple operational and strategic roles, helping organisations deliver change that adds genuine value.
Project Management, Business Analysis, Business Transformation, Risk Management, Process Improvement.
Carl worked for a number of years within the Housing & Care sector in Wales, across a number of front-line operational and back-office strategic roles. Roles included customer service, front-line housing, and the re-design and management of a centralised customer complaints service.
After moving into a more centralised change role, Carl helped to deliver a wide variety of transformational activities including process re-design, new system implementation, and the delivery of capital projects such as the decommissioning of services.
Carl joins us from The Royal Mint where he has spent two years as a Project Manager delivering new physical products to market and as a Business Analyst within the Technology Function, helping to deliver complex digital transformation initiatives.
- Business Analyst
- Project Manager NPD
- Transformation Officer
- Prince 2 Agile Practitioner
Recent Altair Assignments
- Organisation Re-design within Finance Operations for a large, London-based RP
- Development of Target Operating Model for Irish Approved Housing Provider
- Conducting in-depth review of Service Charge function for large northern RP
- Assessing and developing options for shared services with a group of Scottish HA’s
When not in work, Carl can most likely be found on the golf course. Carl is a keen sports fan, enjoys cooking and is partial to a good TV box set.
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