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Infrastructure Change Manager (€75,000 - €90,000)

Job Title: Infrastructure Change Manager (€75,000 - €90,000)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia
Industry:
Salary: €75000 - €90000 per annum + Bonus+Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: CA/MON-4820
Contact Name: Cristian Amanta
Contact Email: cristian@montash.com
Job Published: almost 2 years ago

Job Description

Infrastructure Change Manager

I am currently working with a Global Enterprise with a revenue of $12.58 billion last year, this enterprise is experiencing tremendous growth and as such they are looking for an experienced professional to join their team.


As an Infrastructure Change Management Consultant, you will work with clients undertaking large scale, ambitious transformation programmes. Our Change Managers work directly and often at a global level, with clients over a long period of time, first to determine their business issues, identify change challenges and then recommend / support delivery of a series of planned change interventions that reflect the journey to be undertaken and the inevitable resistance to be overcome. Our Change Managers will be expected to operate independently, dynamically and exhibit skills to deliver on the following activity:

  • Demonstrate understanding and application of change management methods, frameworks and tools, developing tailored approaches to meet the clients specific demands
  • Manage the design and delivery of integrated change and training plans within a complex, global Infrastructure programmes, then operating as a lead within the day to day mechanics of such initiatives to maintain the plan and its associated risks and issues
  • Contribute effectively and decisively to the broader programme, demonstrating and clear understanding of the activity and dependencies that are mainstream - business requirements, process design, system design, security/authorisations, testing, data readiness, go live readiness & cutover. Our Infrastructure Change Managers are influential beyond the bounds of their team and able to influence activity in other areas of the programme.
  • Understand the activity and dynamics of technology driven / process driven change programmes. Effectiveness in working with technical and functional SMEs is a necessity
  • Manage the job role design and mapping activity and the management of related impacts, organisation changes and readiness actions required of the business
  • Manage and influence the programme's engagement of its stakeholders within the business, to bring them closer to the programme, supporting it through the lifecycles and tackling the questions and inevitable issues as they arise over time.
  • Designing, mobilising and coordinating the contribution of a programme's Sponsors, Change Agents and Key Users through the course of the programme, ensuring their active and effective contribution to specific activity as required.

Required;

Business Consulting Experience - specially in Infrastructure Management Services Area
Change management track record in the context of complex business development programs in large multinational organisations
Change management principles, methodologies and tools
Fluent in German & English



Preferred

Business Consulting
Change management track record in the context of complex business development programs in large multinational organisations
Change management principles, methodologies and tools
Change management in complex IT programs

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