Senior Change Maanger
Hudson has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Senior Organisational Change Manager with a strong IT background on a 12 month contract. The role is with a market leading organisation to work on a large programs of work with high profile Government departments implementing new solutions. You will be responsible for the Change Management of end-user change in complex customer situations, Diagnostics, Adoption Strategy and Planning, Change Management Execution.
The change management partner resource will work closely with consultants and architects to help develop workstyle analysis, adoption roadmap and strategy, as well as creating and executing detailed adoption and change management plans to help users successfully use technologies.
To be successful for the role you will:
- You will have 5+ years' experience working as an Organisational Change Manager in complex organisations
- You will have experience working strategically on a portfolio of projects rather than delivery on singular project
- Experience in the design and delivery of communication plans, activities and presentations
- You will have previous experience (at least 3-5 years) delivering organizational change management, or business transformation consulting to enterprise customers
- You will have certification in change management methodology (PROSCI, CMI, PCI, etc) is preferred but not required
- You will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- You will have a strong working knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and using communications and collaboration platforms as well as social media
- You will have Business Requirement and Process Mapping knowledge
- You will be motivated and highly driven to achieve business outcomes and create success
- You will have experience in the design and delivery of training programs
Relevant qualifications and demonstrated experience with government departments will be highly regarded.
Like to know more?
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Amber Cummings in our Canberra office on (02) 6229 1541, quoting Ref No 1A/13168.
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