Head of Change Management
Head of Change Management
Salary - £73,346 to £81,496 per annum
Contract Type - Permanent. Full Time - 40 hours per week
Location - Kings Cross, London
Have you got what it takes to be at the centre of change for NHG? Are you passionate about the people side of change? Are you fanatical about supporting people through change effectively to ensure the business can achieve its goals?
NHG's priorities include embedding existing technology, automation and efficiency for staff and improving our sector leading digital offering for residents. Our Programme Team is central to delivering this and the Head of Change Management is a new role that is fundamental to driving change across the organisation and ensuring our busy Change Portfolio is people centric and gaining the best value for the organisation.
As Head of Change Management, it's down to you to design and implement a people Change Management Strategy aligned to our existing Change Portfolio that will ensure projects are people focussed and speed of adoption is maximised. You will own the delivery of change management activities in some of our strategic projects. You will be hands on providing change management guidance and advice on specific projects, working closely with the Head of Project Delivery, Head of Business Analysis and our team of Project Managers and Business Analysts to achieve this. In addition, you'll also get involved in initially scoping out business ideas and problems to ensure there is a people focus, working with the business to understand the people impact and agreeing clear change management activities to ensure that we deliver the best possible results for our customers and staff.
We're proud of our maturity around Portfolio, Programme and Project Management and it will fall to you to increase our maturity around change management by training, supporting, coaching and mentoring the Programme Team and wider business to develop our maturity in this area.
This role will be challenging and rewarding. We'll trust you to use your expert knowledge to matrix manage people proficiently, providing expert advice and guidance to the team, and developing a culture of people focussed change. We also need you to look beyond the norm and be creative and challenging in the solutions you propose.
We'll trust you to influence change, utilising your excellent communication and influencing skills to build a strong network of contacts across the organisation. Working with different levels of stakeholders you'll be able to articulate their needs, ensure they are reflected in our plans and negotiate to deliver the best results.
We use the Prosci methodology at NHG so are ideally looking for candidates who are practitioners in this, or with alternative qualifications and experience. We want experienced people with a proven track record of achieving results.
This role comes with responsibility and you'll thrive in this kind of environment. NHG is committed to your continual development and will support you with ongoing qualifications and professional development.
If this sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you.
At NHG we pride ourselves on investing in our workforce - we offer ongoing training to help you grow and develop into your role.
In return we offer a competitive salary, generous annual leave, health cash plan, season ticket loan, life assurance and a generous contributory pension offer as well as other benefits packages.
To apply for this role, please upload your CV and supporting statement. Your supporting statement should contain specific examples from your own experience demonstrating how you meet the professional expertise and skills criteria in the role profile. Please ensure that your Supporting Statement is no more than one page.
Please see the Role Profile for further details. You can request this from our Recruitment Partner - Retinue Solutions.
For further information or an informal conversation regarding the role please contact Tom Bullock 07384 798 495 email@example.com
Applications for this role close on Sunday 14 August 2022
This will consist of a two-stage process where shortlisted candidates will be invited to an initial short informal discussion via Teams then a face-to-face interview and assessment.