Regional Change & Adoption Specialist
- Job Type:Full time
- Category:Human Resources
- Business Group:PlaceMakers
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- Closing Date:15 Dec 2023
We are currently recruiting a Regional Change & Adoption Specialist to join the team on a full-time permanent basis. This role will be based in Auckland supporting our Region 1 (Auckland & Northland).
Reporting to the Change & Adoption Lead, you will be responsible for landing change initiatives to meet their objectives, focusing on the people side of change, including changes to business processes, systems & technology. This role will work closely alongside the branches to implement plans to improve adoptions across branches.
You will be involved in implementing the agreed change management strategies and plans as well as ways to drive higher utilisation of and proficiency with the changes that impacts employees. These improvements will increase benefit realisation, value creation, ROI and the achievement of results and outcomes.
This role is a full-time permanent role. Offering 40 hours Monday-Friday. Based in one of our Auckland branches. The roles require travel outside of Auckland on a monthly basis.
Utilising your experience and knowledge of change management principles, methodologies, and tools, you will take personal accountability for actions, results, and you will go the extra mile to deliver.
Your ability to successfully develop and maintain personal credibility with a wide range of stakeholders will allow you to easily influence and persuade without power, through effective communication. You will also need to have a strong ability to quickly learn new systems and be proficient with technology.
Your proven experience in problem solving and root cause identification gained ideally across Retail, Wholesale or Distribution, along with your agile mindset with desire for continuous improvement, will set you up for success in this role.
This role will see you work closely within a team of 5, so it is vital to be a team player and a self-starter, who thrives working in a collaborative and supportive team.
What we offer:
You will be part of a team with a supportive and inclusive culture delivering value for a thriving and well-respected organisation. You will be offered a competitive salary including a company car, an exciting benefits package which includes staff buying privileges, including discounted Health Insurance, and our Employee Education Fund to further your own learning. This role offers flexible working environment with the option to work from any of our Auckland branches.
Please note a full pre-employment medical, including drug test and Ministry of Justice check will be required as well as the legal right to work in NZ indefinitely.
We are proud of the incredible diversity of people who make up our business! As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we strive to create an inclusive environment for all our employees across our national network of branches throughout New Zealand.