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Change Analyst

Job Title: Change Analyst
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Reading, Berkshire
Salary: £350 - £450 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

Change Analyst - Immediate Requirement

Location: Reading

Day Rate: £350 -£450

Montash are currently looking for a Change Analyst for a 3 month contract based in reading.

The Change Analyst will play a key role in helping the programme meet business, schedule and budget objectives. This person will focus on the people side of change - including changes to business processes / new capabilities, systems and technology, job roles and organisation structures.

The primary focus will be creating and implementing change management plans that minimise employee resistance and maximise employee engagement. The Change Agent will work to drive faster adoption, greater ultimate utilisation and higher proficiency on the changes impacting employees in the organisation such that business results are achieved.

Skills and qualifications:

  • Experience with large-scale organisational change effort.
  • A solid understanding of how people go through a change and the change process; experience with models such as ADKAR is essential .
  • An appreciation of all relevant systems and processes, including an awareness of Lean Manufacturing implementation techniques such as TPM,TQM, Six Sigma, 5S and Kaizan.
  • Engineering experience as a practitioner is mandatory.

Key Words

Change Analyst / Change Agent / ADKAR / TPM / TPM / TQM / Kaizan / Processes / assessments / transformation / ADKAR / Change process / budget / schedule / Engineering

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