Organisational Change Lead
My Dublin based, Financial Services client is looking for a Organisational Change Lead to join their team.
My Dublin based, Financial Services client is looking for a Organisational Change Lead to join their team. You will support the implementation processes within the company and work closely with Senior Management to ensure desired execution.
- Develop change plans that align with Global plans to deliver a smooth transition from current to future state;
- Engaging with the senior stakeholders to identify and confirm potential impacts on the business;
- Delivering on change plans through proven channels and in ways that work well for stakeholders;
- Ensure Business As Usual (BAU) leaders are involved, engaged and supported in the implementation of change and the transition to BAU is planned and resourced;
- Plan and prepare for the appropriate level of support to enable employees to make the required changes, with a strong understanding and appreciation for mindset and behavior changes and the sequencing of work to build change adoption;
- Monitoring Change Management effectiveness, including tracking readiness, adoption and sustainment in European segments, with associated reporting and communications as required;
- Embedding risk and compliance as a core value within the Change agenda by fully assessing risks and building appropriate mitigation strategies; and
- Support global Change Management in developing change plans to power increased usage of technology and data that work within the local nuance.
- 5-10 years of previous experience with leading complex change involving multiple stakeholder groups;
- Third level or professional qualification;
- Excellent organizational & time management skills, with ability to assess and prioritize multiple responsibilities and work with limited supervision;
- Knowledge and efficient use of MS Office suite such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook;
- The ability to engage team members and leaders effectively across regional groups to drive collaboration and negotiate timelines based on business and program needs;
- The ability to develop plans connecting regional needs with wider global and program-level goals and benefits; and
- The ability to make pragmatic decisions about what should be done; the ability to form an opinion objectively, especially where action or discretion is important.