European Projects Change & Engagement Advisor - 6 Months FTC, Open to flexibility

Manchester, North West England
04 Aug 2017
16 Aug 2017

European Projects Change & Engagement Advisor - 6 Months FTC, Open to flexibility

At Kellogg's we have a vision of enriching and delighting the world through foods and brands that matter; with the purpose of nourishing families so that they can flourish and thrive.

Operating in more than 180 countries, across 6 continents, with dedication and passion from each and every one of our 30,000 employees, we are extremely proud of our ever growing portfolio of over 1,600 food products, which include iconic brands such as Pringles, Frosties, Special K and Corn Flakes.

Kellogg’s is constantly striving to meet the demands of a competitive industry, as well as changing consumer eating habits, and in order to do this, we are going through a significant period of change.  The EPMO People Enablement Team plays a key part in supporting our employees through this change, supporting major European change projects through employee communications, training, change management and consultation support.  This role sits within the Change & Engagement work-stream of the People Enablement team which provides the support; planning and delivery of the ‘people and business readiness’ elements of the people plan.


  • Managing the Business Contacts programme for all EPMO projects including the identification; designing and delivering of bespoke engagement plans
  • Coaching and advocating a wide range of engagement and communications methods such as Yammer and Skype for Business with project teams; stakeholders and impacted populations
  • Supporting in the design; delivery and maintenance of the change & engagement plan using the EPMO Project Management Framework
  • Support in the planning and executing of project related change activities using the Kellogg Change Framework
  • Maintain critical populations and key stakeholders lists so readily available to the project team
  • Managing the logistics to successfully complete the engagement sessions  required with critical populations
  • Responsible for ensuring all change & engagement outputs are captured / tracked  and shared with key stakeholders
  • Be an advocate and driver of the change tools within the project team
  • Responsible for the management of documentation within the workstream ensuring most recent documents are available as part of the C&E Toolkit
  • Partner with the Capability & Org Design Advisor and Communications Lead to ensure alignment of all activities
  • Maintaining a keen understanding of engagement trends, developments and best practices to ensure best approach is adapted



  • Higher education qualifications – A-Level or equivalent
  • Change management and/or employee engagement experience
  • Project experience
  • Familiarity with traditional and modern change and engagement methodologies and frameworks
  • Ability to facilitate feedback sessions and engagement focus groups
  • Ability to plan, multi-task and manage time effectively
  • Ability to work flexibly and can respond well to challenging situations


  • University degree or equivalent - desirable.


Please note that we will only accept applications that are made to us via our Careers site.

Please note that the closing date may be subject to change. We will interview suitable candidates as they apply, so please don’t hesitate to take this opportunity to submit your application as soon as possible.

The Kellogg Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer who strives to provide an inclusive work environment that involves everyone and embraces the diverse talent of its people.

Kellogg is proud to offer employees true flexibility: our people benefit from flexi-time and flexi-leave (this could mean an extra 6 days per year!), childcare vouchers through our award winning CornFlex benefits system and many other great flexible options. We are happy to talk about your flexibility needs during the recruitment process. We’re not just a flexible company, we’re a family.  

Job Function: Human Resources

Primary Location: UK-North West England-Manchester

Job Type: Professional

Closing Date: Aug 16, 2017, 9:59:00 PM

Relocation Assistance: No