Tier 3: Specialist

Published in DDM Job Roles
April 16, 2019
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The Specialist (Digital Delivery) is involved in project delivery, digital solutions development and adoption and competency building.


  • interprets business requirements and helps to translate them into digital solutions.
  • is familiar with digital solutions and business requirements to add value to the business.
  • provides timely and value-added services to end-user digital solutions.
  • Ensures that the quality of information and models prepared by the specialists adhere to the prescribed standards and protocol for sharing and coordination purposes.
  • is also involved in training.
  • is independent and possesses strong problem-solving skills.
  • keeps abreast with new digital technologies
  • is keen to experiment and adopt new digital solutions to enhance project outcomes.
  • works in a fast-paced environment that is highly collaborative with multiple stakeholders.

Work Experience

To be considered as a Specialist (Digital Delivery), he/she should have relevant experience in 75% of the Key Tasks listed in the Skills Map, as well as meet 8 Core Technical Skills and Competencies and 6 Elective Technical Skills and Competencies.

Key Tasks

Critical Work FunctionsKey Tasks
Drive project delivery and collaborationPerform Building Information Modelling (BIM) model checks and audits to detect discrepancies, reduce potential construction issues and minimise resolution latency
Monitor compliance with project information requirements
Implement modelling and exchange protocols for information sharing among project stakeholders
Prepare reports for cases of non-compliance with information requirements, modelling and exchange protocols
Manage technological adoptionIdentify digital solutions based on pain points and business requirements
Assess viability, risks and business implications of incorporating digital solutions
Analyse technical specifications of applications to determine if they should be acquired or developed
Develop automation solutions
Draft standard procedures for digital transformation processes
Analyse data to determine productivity gains with reference to time, cost and quality
Liaise with vendors on the implementation of digital solutions within defined timelines
Perform testing and troubleshooting of digital solutions
Build digital competencyProvide coaching to project stakeholders on use of digital solutions
Verify content and relevance of external training programmes on digital solutions
Provide input on organisational learning needs related to digital solutions

Technical Skills and Competencies: Core

Technical Skills and CompetenciesLevel
3D ModellingLevel 3
Building Information Modelling ApplicationLevel 3
Change ManagementLevel 4
Common Data Environment ManagementLevel 3
Emerging Technology SynthesisLevel 4
Integrated Digital Delivery ApplicationLevel 4
Stakeholder ManagementLevel 4
Technology ApplicationLevel 3

Technical Skills and Competencies: Electives

Technical Skills and CompetenciesLevel
Application Support and EnhancementLevel 2
Applications IntegrationLevel 3
Augmented Reality ApplicationLevel 2
Business Needs AnalysisLevel 3
Business Process Re-engineeringLevel 3
Business Risk ManagementLevel 3
Construction TechnologyLevel 2
Critical ThinkingLevel 3
Data Collection and AnalysisLevel 4
Design for Manufacturing and AssemblyLevel 2
Innovation ManagementLevel 4
Learning and DevelopmentLevel 3
Partnership ManagementLevel 3
People ManagementLevel 3
Performance ManagementLevel 4
Programming and CodingLevel 3
Research and Information SynthesisLevel 3
Systems IntegrationLevel 3
Systems ThinkingLevel 3
Technical DrawingLevel 3


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