• Change Manager (HR Transformation) - Workday

    UK-Chiswick, London
    Contract Type
    Long-Term Contractor
    From £650 per day (depending on experience)
  • The Opportunity

    Purpose of the role

    To shape and deliver Change Management within a portfolio of work within BSI, ensuring high quality management of colleague impacts, applying change management principles, tailored to specific needs.


    Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities


    • Identify and ensure engagement and management of key stakeholders to ensure adoption of change management within the business whilst understanding business priorities and their impact.
    • Delivery of change management plan and all associated activities
    • Ensure the change management approach minimise disruption and maximise colleague adoption of project solutions through application of high quality change management techniques.
    • Liaise with Change Training Lead and Change Communications Lead to ensure alignment of change management solutions and maximise consistency and reusability of materials, where appropriate
    • Input portfolio learnings into the Change Management Toolkit including incorporation of lessons learned
    • Ensure key change management principles are adopted
    • Work with portfolio project/programme managers to ensure all deliverables are fit for purpose, meet the project milestones and achieve the desired benefits
    • Ensure the business engagement is undertaken with appropriate stakeholder management.
    • Facilitate high quality detailed impact assessments providing insights to training needs analysis and appropriate interventions.
    • Prioritise activities to ensure critical deliverables are achieved
    • Ensure embedding of change into BAU with robust handover that ensures the change is sustained and benefits realized. Ensure the transition of training, change and communications materials to the business teams and BAU post go-live
    • Create Change Networks and leverage from any existing networks
    • Provide appropriate updates to key stakeholders, escalating as necessary

    About BSI

    Do you believe the world deserves excellence?

    As the leading global business standards company BSI helps over 81,000 clients worldwide to improve their businesses. From business continuity to recycling waste, from medical devices to the exploration of space, we help businesses embed the habits of excellence so that they perform better, manage their risks more effectively and achieve sustainable growth and in doing so we touch the lives of many across the globe.

    We currently have an exciting opportunity in our Change department in Chiswick, working as a Change Manager (HR Transformation).

    What we offer


    We offer a highly competitive starting salary with 27 days annual leave with the opportunity to increase this to 30 days, company-paid private medical insurance, an excellent company-contributed pension scheme, and a wide range of flexible benefits that you can tailor to suit your life-style. Plus, as we’re situated just above Gunnersbury Tube station it makes for a really easy commute, or you can use the free on-site parking if you’d prefer to drive.


    Review our full standard benefits HERE


    We carefully consider agile ways of working that allow for the best impact for our employees and clients. If the working pattern you are looking for is not specifically indicated below, we are happy to discuss further.

    About You

    About you:


    Workday experience is essential

    You will have experience of managing change and business adoption, preferably across a global business

    You will have excellent interpersonal skills and cross- cultural awareness

    You will be experienced in facilitating workshops

    Comfortable with dealing with challenge and conflict

    Influencing and empathy skills

    You will be experienced and confident in resolving conflict

    You will have excellent stakeholder engagement and communication skills




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