Project Manager of Change, Bournemouth, £38,000-£41,000 DOE
As a Change Manager you will have a key understanding of the business to ensure that you can consider how changes impact all parties and can be delivered in the most effective way.
A great facilitator you will pull in key parties to drive and influence the agenda of change that is driven by the strategy from the Operations Director.
Your responsibilities will include:
- You will be responsible for the successful delivery of change into the operation alongside taking accountability to lead key changes impacting the business.
- Change has a key responsibility to ensure we optimise external change to maximise positive impact to the business.
Our successful Project Manager of Changewill have:
- Proven experience in delivery of change programs at pace & on time.
- Understanding of agile change methodology.
- Excellent Communication skills.
- Self-sufficient & Highly organised.
- Proactive & takes ownership.
- Competent influencer.
- Data Analysis capability.
- Understand of the Inherent risk experience through change delivery.
- Prior experience of change delivery in telecoms industry is preferred.
What do you get?
- Career progression opportunities across the business.
- 24 days holiday + Bank holidays (increases with longevity of service).
- Pension, Death in Service & Income Protection.
- Private Healthcare (after one year of service).
- Refer a friend scheme.
- Charity time.
- Bike to work scheme.
4Com Technologies Limited is located in the centre of Bournemouth. We are within walking distance from Bournemouth train station, bus stops and we offer a free park and ride based in Boscombe with regular shuttles to and from the office (ave. journey time is approx. 5 minutes). If you prefer to walk, jog or cycle to work we have undercover bike shelters and showers.
4Com Technologies Limited is committed to promoting equal opportunities in employment. Any job applicants will receive equal treatment in the recruitment process and 4Com Technologies Limited will not discriminate unlawfully. Recruitment processes are conducted on the basis of merit, abilities and qualifications. Any requests for feedback should be made and will be responded to in writing.