Change Manager -Flexible working, Full-time, Job share, Part-time

Location
various UK Locations
Salary
£35,176 (Croydon - £38,409) FTE
Posted
13 Sep 2019
Closes
27 Sep 2019
Ref
12664
Contract Type
Permanent

Locations

Birkenhead, North West, CH41 6DU : Croydon, London, CR0 2AQ : Coventry, West Midlands, CV1 3BH : Durham, North East, DH1 5TR : Weymouth, South West, DT4 9TT : Gloucester, South West, GL1 1DQ : Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire and the Humber, HU2 8JN : Leicester, East Midlands, LE3 5DR : Nottingham, East Midlands, NG1 7AU : Peterborough, Eastern, PE1 1QF : Plymouth, South West, PL6 5WS : Preston, North West, PR4 1TE : Swansea, Wales, SA7 9FQ : Telford, West Midlands, TF3 4LR

HM Land Registry plays an important role in the property market, underpinning property ownership worth over £7 trillion across England and Wales. Our ambition is to become the world’s leading land registry for speed, simplicity and an open approach to data.

To deliver that future we need dynamic, resourceful and ambitious individuals to work as part of the Transformation Directorate to take a leading role in transforming HM Land Registry from the highly efficient, productive and respected organisation it is now into the responsive, market leading and exceptional organisation it will become.

Job description

The successful candidate will be a key member of the national Change Network and consider all HM Land Registry wide changes, in line with HM Land Registery's People Change Framework to develop consistent approaches to successfully embed and implement change across the organisation.

You will provide practical “on the ground” support for projects and programmes, contributing to consistency in the application of change methodology. You will constructively challenge where appropriate and provide practical support. Part of the role will be to consider people and business impacts of all change initiatives by engaging with key stakeholders, seeking expert input and feedback, whilst supporting the development and implementation of a communications and engagement strategy for all affected stakeholders.

Responsibilities

To be successful in this role you must prove you can work in a team and build trusted working relationships with colleagues at all levels. You will be able to provide evidence of active involvement in delivering change initiatives and the need for continuously improving our services and ways of working. In addition you have knowledge of change management methodologies and the ability to follow a framework or using templates or tools in a working environment.

For more information about this exciting opportunity and to make your application please click apply

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