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People and Change Consultant

Job reference:
J10002232
Location:
London
Salary:
£44,000-£62,000 (DOE)
Job type:
Perm - Consulting
Sector:
Change Management, Operational Improvement
Date posted:
25/04/2019

We are working with a global advisory services firm using strategic and technical insight to enhance the performance of businesses. Their values and aims are focused around producing quality work and being a human organisation. With the attraction, retention and reward of their staff as a key part of their strategy, they are currently looking to hire Senior Change Consultants.

The role:
Since the Operations Consulting team across the UK has grown significantly over the last year, they are now looking for people and change consultants to support the work that they are delivering in London.
You will be working on organisational change and change management projects across a range of sectors, including Aviation, Rail, Highways, Energy, Water, Science, Property and Healthcare.
You will work in multi-disciplinary teams, often comprising a mix of other competences.
Focus will include but not limited to:
Organisational diagnostics workshops (design + delivery)
Strategy and Operating Model Design
Organisational change
Review of organisational behaviours and cultures

Role Requirements:
You will have extensive experience in a consulting or in-house environment
Experience in the design and implementation of behavioural/organisational change initiatives (e.g. diagnosis workshops, employee engagement, change management)
Strong analytical skills and the ability to work collaboratively with clients

If this role sounds interesting to you, please send your CV to valerija@mindbench.co.uk

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