Business Change Manager

Job Description

ARM is currently seeking a DV Cleared Business Change Manager for a contract role based in London. In this role, you will be responsible for supporting, managing, and developing the national change program to minimize disruption to operational delivery. Previous experience in change management within a policing, security agency, or public sector environment is required. You should also have experience in planning, managing, and implementing change delivered by projects/programs/portfolios, as well as resolving organizational change blockers and issues. APMG Change Management: Practitioner certification is necessary, and additional certifications or experience in Managing Successful Programmes or Business Analysis would be beneficial. Understanding or knowledge of policing and relationships with government and intelligence agencies is preferred.

As a Business Change Manager, your responsibilities will include supporting the Business Change Leads in implementing frameworks and toolkits, conducting rigorous business change assessments, developing solutions to overcome barriers, and building change management capabilities within regional change teams. You will also liaise with various stakeholders, including HR, Communications, and external parties when necessary.

This is a full-time contract role based in London, with a daily rate of up to £550/day Umbrella Inside IR35. Engagement via a PSC is not possible. Applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restriction and must currently hold valid DV Clearance. Applications without DV Clearance will not be considered.

To learn more about this position, please contact Sam Derham at ARM or submit your CV and covering letter via email. Please note that this vacancy is being advertised by either Advanced Resource Managers Limited, Advanced Resource Managers IT Limited, or Advanced Resource Managers Engineering Limited (collectively known as "ARM"). ARM is a specialist talent acquisition and management consultancy that provides technical contingency recruitment and resource solutions. We will never send your CV without your permission. The IR35 status may be subject to change pending receipt of a final Status Determination Statement from the end client.

10 Interview Questions You Might Get Asked

These are questions that we think might come up at some point during the interview process. It's worth prepping answers for the questions below, as well as other key areas you think will be important to secure the role.

  • Can you tell us about your experience in Change Management within a policing, security agency, or public sector environment?
  • What is your experience with business change that includes planning, managing, and implementing change delivered by projects/programmes/portfolios?
  • Can you give an example of a time when you supported the management of organizational change blockers and issues to resolution?
  • Do you hold APMG Change Management: Practitioner certification? Can you tell us about your experience with this certification?
  • Do you have a foundation certificate in Managing Successful Programmes or Business Analysis, or experience in the Prosci Methodology?
  • Can you explain your understanding or knowledge of policing, including the relationships with government, security, and intelligence agencies?
  • How would you support the Business Change Leads in the day-to-day management and implementation of frameworks and toolkits?
  • Can you provide an example of a rigorous, objective business change document you have undertaken and the recommendations or interventions you made to mitigate negative implications?
  • How would you develop business change solutions or interventions to help overcome potential barriers and improve performance?
  • Can you describe your experience in building change management capability and facilitating the use of consistent Business Change tools and techniques within Regional Change Teams?

5 Questions You Could Ask

Based on the job description above, here are 5 questions we think you could ask during your interview. Use them as a guide to help you write your own questions.

Remember: Always have at least 5 questions prepared for the interview. If you do not, you run the risk of looking unprepared.

  • What specific projects or programs will I be working on as a Business Change Manager?
  • What is the expected duration of the contract?
  • Can you provide more information about the national change program and its objectives?
  • What level of support and resources will be available to me in managing organizational change blockers and issues?
  • Can you give me an overview of the stakeholders I will be liaising with and collaborating with in this role?
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Job Data

Company: ARM

Location: London

Posted: 2023-11-02 00:00:00

Salary: £550 - £575/day

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Job Type: contract

FT or PT: full_time

Category: Management / exec / consulting

Latitude: 51.507322

Longitude: -0.127647

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