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Organisational Change Manager

Organisational Change Manager

Job Title: Organisational Change Manager
Contract Type: Temporary
Location: Melbourne
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Start Date: 1st March
Reference: BRE0208
Contact Name: Bryony Reid
Contact Email: bryony@publicsectorpeople.com.au
Job Published: February 15, 2021 16:31

Job Description

Public Sector People (PSP) are currently looking to speak to a Change Manager to join a Local Government on a temporary basis.
  • 1st March - 27th May 
  • South Eastern Suburbs
  • $700 - $900 daily rate
Key Responsibilities: 
  • Delivering end to end organisational Change Management across Council which is effectively and proactively managed and ensures that the affected business areas are engaged and involved in change activities, experience smooth personal transitions and are supported through change interventions that drive adoption and benefits.
  • Develop, plan, document and deliver end to end change management across Council, including change impact assessments, stakeholder network maps, engagement plans, communications and training materials, business readiness assessments and adoption monitoring
  • Provide implementation advice to business and project leaders on all aspects of change management delivery
  • Identify the needs, expectations and requirements of stakeholder groups in conjunction with business owners, subject matter experts and program/project managers
  • Undertake stakeholder engagement activities to gain buy-in and agreement on the change approach, accountabilities and ownership for key transition activities and change outcomes (ensuring end to end ownership).
Requirements Include:

The following qualifications and/or experience are required for the position:
  • An appropriate Change Management certification e.g. PCI, APMG, Prosci or demonstrated equivalent competency (essential)
  • Experience and demonstrated track record in applying Change Management principles, methodologies and tools for multiple projects, particularly change impact assessments, stakeholder management, engagement, communication and training plans (essential)
  • Proven ability to establish and maintain strong relationships at all levels of the organisation with exceptional interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills (essential)
  • Proven ability to work effectively within an outcome-focused and team-oriented environment (essential)
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively across culture, strategic, process and system change projects and programs (desirable)
  • National Criminal History check
  • Working with Children Check
Get in touch for more information!

For a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity or other positions within Local Government, please contact Bryony Reid on (03) 8535 3111.

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