Jock Martin

Jock is a transformation and operating model design specialist with advanced skills identifying operational inefficiencies, designing and implementing business solutions. He is exceptionally talented in working with clients to design practical change programs based on hard data. Jock is also experienced acting in a Transformation Manager capacity; establishing overall transformation work streams, governance and coaching staff leads on delivery.

Jock’s experience spans many industries including: airline; building and construction; energy and utilities (incl. energy distribution and retail); financial services; government and regulatory services; healthcare; legal; manufacturing; scientific and research; and transportation.

Jock’s clients are often ‘wowed’ by his ability to synthesize complex business problems into a plan of action that everyone can understand. Jock melds sophisticated analysis of problems with practical and innovative solutions. He has led teams to develop high quality insights from varying data sources such as activity and time data, automation opportunity, business activity, sales, workforce opportunity, processing times (e.g. elapsed and work effort).

Jock also leads the artificial intelligence and automation group at Bevington. Jock is experienced at performing automation opportunity analysis and implementing robotics process automation (RPA) projects.

A selection of Jock’s clients includes: Ausgrid; Australian Health Service Alliance; Australian Institute of Health and Welfare; Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency; Australia Pacific Airports Corporation; Australian Red Cross Blood Service; Baptcare; Department of Justice and Community Safety VIC; EnergyAustralia; Foxtel; Maurice Blackburn; Perpetual; Porter Davis Homes; Qantas; Scottish Pacific Debtor Finance; State Trustees; Transdev Australasia; Telstra Super; Victorian Building Authority; Victorian Planning Authority; Viva Energy; Walter & Eliza Hall Institute; and Westpac.

Prior to joining the Bevington Group, Jock worked as a consulting engineer providing geotechnical and environmental advice within the large infrastructure and land development industries.

Qualifications: Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental), University of Melbourne; Bachelor of Laws, University of Melbourne