Senior Change Manager
Hudson is looking to engage the services of an experienced Senior Change Manager who will be responsible for developing and leading a major transformation program within the Department. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing change management plans, facilitating communication sessions and being an active and visible coach to leaders within the business. The role is with one of Hudson's major Government clients on a 12 month contract with possible extension.
Minimum Baseline Security Clearance required. To be successful for the role, you will have: Demonstrated experience as a Change Manager in large-scale organisations Sound knowledge of Agile change management principles, methodologies and tools Familiarity with project management approaches, tools and phases of the project lifecycle An understanding of the fundamentals of change management frameworks Highly developed oral and written communication skills with the ability to clearly articulate information to influence a wide variety of stakeholders and SME's Experience with supporting and engaging senior leaders, coaching project resources and stakeholders Strong liaison and negotiation skills to deal with internal and external resistance, and an ability to build and support those relationships Demonstrated experience in documenting a change management plan and interventions and communicating amongst the programs of work and business the change findings Proven experience in developing a robust change impact approach and plan, with an ability to develop progress reports against impacted areas Experience in the design and implementation of risk management strategies in relation to change activities Relevant Change Management Practitioner qualifications 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. 190279. Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence.