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Change Manager

Apply now Job no: 53432495
Work type: Permanent full time
Location: VIC - Metro
Categories: Corporate Services

At Australia Post, innovation is at the heart of our transformation, and we are committed to ensuring our teams of specialists are challenged, supported and recognised. Technology is transforming our world and because our customers are at the heart of everything we do, we're changing too. So, we provide an environment that ensures we deliver the best: leading edge technologies; a creative, agile approach; a unique breadth of projects and an unexpectedly dynamic, small team culture that feels more like a start-up than a 208-year old icon.

What's the job involve?

Under the leadership of an inspiring Executive Manager, you'll play a crucial part in our future by leading change activities for the implementation of key strategic programs sponsored by the Executive General Manager of Product and Innovation.

  • Follow Australia Post and industry best practice approaches in change management (Agile and Waterfall)
  • Identify key stakeholders across the program to ensure the effective design, planning and execution of a Stakeholder Engagement Plan
  • Undertake detailed change impact assessments, identifying the scope, scale and complexity of anticipated change associated with the program;
  • Follow and champion for appropriate application of change management methodologies, including Australia Post’s, Agile and industry best practices.
  • Develop of project and program change plans, taking into account specific BU considerations
  • Ensure communications and training strategy is prepared, maintained and executed.
  • Working with the program manager and stream leads to ensure integration of change management activities into the overall program/sprint plan;
  • Identifying, planning, tactically mobilising and deploying the implementation of change activities, across the entire Australia Post business, ensuring appropriate stakeholder engagement for deployment;
  • Conducting business change readiness assessments prior to roll-out to functional units, evaluating results and, as appropriate, identifying tasks necessary or propose actions / mitigations to ensure business readiness and implementing those tasks;
  • Using metrics to track adoption, utilisation and proficiency of individual and organisational changes;

What it's like to work here:

For you, it means you’ll do great work, learn from the best and develop a career within a robust and well invested but empowering and creative environment. We all work hard – we’re working on major challenges, after all – but we also recognise that you have a life outside of the office, so we provide flexible conditions that enable you to grow whilst enjoying genuine work life balance.

What we're looking for:

  • Significant experience planning and delivering organisational change in the context of complex transformational change with a focus on people impacts
  • Ability to flex between the strategic thinking and the tactical planning required to manage the change
  • Experience building and maintaining relationships (including team members) across different locations, levels and divisions.
  • Experience in using Change Management methodologies and tools including metrics and analysis
  • Experience with Agile and/or Lean Change Management principles highly regarded
  • Experience developing communications
  • Experience in a consulting (internal or external) role
  • Experience in working in a fast-faced project environment with a knowledge of project management methodology
  • Willingness to be flexible and step outside of the traditional change management scope in order to get the job done (e.g. analysis, strategy, process improvement)
  • Advanced knowledge of Change management practices and principles
  • Understanding of recognised project management disciplines (e.g. PMBOK, Lean, Kanban)
  • Operational knowledge preferably in retail or got to market
  • Strong communication skills – written and verbal

Technical skills are important, however they are not everything. We see our culture just as important and therefore the candidate will have:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • Desire to try new things
  • Be friendly and approachable!

We believe a diverse and inclusive workplace brings out the best in our people. We encourage applications from people of all ages, nationalities, cultures and disabilities. A career at Australia Post Group can lead down many paths and we are passionate about offering a supportive, inclusive culture, competitive compensation and flexible working conditions that enable you to develop whilst enjoying genuine work life balance.

To register your interest with our passionate careers team, please click 'Apply Now' and please remember to upload your details and your most recent resume.

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