Change Practice Manager | Wellington
|Position Type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
|Attachments:|| Position Description - Change Practice Manager WTC - September 2021.pdf (PDF, 1,010KB)
|Application Close Date:||24-Oct-2021|
- Newly established position within MBIE's Ngā Pou o te Taumaru Group
- Opportunity to help shape and set the enterprise vision for change and uplift capability across MBIE
- Vibrant and supportive team
- Salary range $146K - $192K depending on skills and experience
MBIE is one of the most diverse organisations in Aotearoa with an amazing agenda to grow Aotearoa New Zealand for all.
We are seeking a Change Practice Manager to join MBIE's Workforce, Transformation and Change team within our Ngā Pou o te Taumaru Group. Ngā Pou o te Taumaru means ‘we are the pillars that support the ridge beam of the house' representing the groups role in supporting teams across MBIE to deliver for Aotearoa New Zealand. This is an exciting time of change and growth to join a vibrant team in this newly established position.
Tēnei tūranga - About the role
The Change Practice Manager has responsibility for leading the Enterprise Change function and setting the vision and direction of MBIE's change management capability to shape and uplift capability across MBIE.
You will work closely with the Investment and Change Delivery Committee (ICDC) to support the strategic decision making process, providing comprehensive analysis and advice on change activity to ensure it can be sustainably delivered.
Working closely with the Ngā Pou o te Taumaru managers and governance committees you will coach leaders on effective sponsorship and change leadership required to promote and improve visibility of the Enterprise Change Management Framework. With a focus on innovation and continuous improvement, you will work in partnership with a range of senior managers and stakeholders across MBIE to facilitate integration of change activity and drive consistent best practices across the organisation.
You will lead from a people centred perspective, ensuring the application, integration and use of Te ao Māori and Te ao Māori practices; tikanga and te reo whilst demonstrating a comprehensive understanding of the Treaty, Te Tiriti and the Treaty Principles.
Things you will ideally bring to the role:
As a Change Practice Manager you will be a natural relationship builder and trusted advisor, with an ability to lead through influence, set a clear vision and move others towards a clear goal. In order to be successful in the role you will need to demonstrate the following:
- Strong background in large scale strategic organisational change in a complex environment requiring behavioural and cultural change
- A deep knowledge of change management principles, methodologies and tools and familiarity with project management approaches and phases of the project lifecycle
- Demonstrated understanding of organisational change maturity and how to build capability to progress
- An effective communicator with previous experience working with a wide range of people at various levels of seniority and from a range of cultural backgrounds and professional disciplines
- Proven experience in developing and maintaining an environment that encourages quality, innovation and continuous improvement, on-going learning and knowledge sharing
- Excellent political awareness and ability to anticipate potential risks. Able to make quality decisions using sound, well-rounded, informed and inclusive approaches.
- Experience in leading, coaching and mentoring others to achieve results.
- Relevant tertiary qualification and change management certification or designation is desired
The branch you'll be supporting:
The Workforce, Change & Transformation branch sits within MBIE's Ngā Pou o Te Taumaru group. The branch has been formed to build and support the delivery of enterprise programme, project and change design, capability and practice in partnership with our business areas across MBIE. The branch will also focus on strategic and tactical Workforce Planning for MBIE in close liaison with the People and Culture Branch.
We have a vibrant team environment, encourage one another and have fun while getting the job done!
Me pēhea te tono: - How to apply:
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Applications close at 5pm, Sunday 24th October 2021.