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  • Change Management Analyst III

    Posted Date 3 days ago(7/18/2019 5:09 PM)
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  • Overview

    We are currently seeking a Change Management Analyst III for a contract opportunity with a prominent multinational chemical company in Houston, TX. 


    The Change Management Analyst will be responsible for:


    - Executing full life-cycle Organizational Change Management activities for Integration ERP project

    - Using corporate OCM methodology and toolkit

    - OCM Project work plan/schedule

    - Stakeholder analysis

    - Leadership alignment

    - Communication Planning, development, and execution

    - Changing Champion Network Initiation and support

    - Changing readiness assessment

    - Training Planning, Design, Development, and delivery, as applicable

    - Deploying support planning and execution

    - OCM Metrics

    - Sustainability planning


    - Minimum of two full lifecycle global rollout of SAP projects

    - 7 years’ experience leading OCM on large-scale global implementations

    - Demonstrated ability to develop leader and end user communications

    - Strong verbal, written, and presentation skills

    - Flexibility – ability to learn and adapt quickly

    - Ability to work effectively on multiple activities in fast-paced and rapidly changing environment

    - Demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively in a team environment

    - Demonstrated ability to facilitate process workshops and training

    - Ability to effectively organize and prioritize activities and ask for assistance in a timely manner

    - Identify and escalate OCM-related risks

    - Organizational Change Management certification is preferred

    - 5+ years’ experience in OCM Lead role with Big 4 consulting firm is preferred

    - 5+ years’ experience delivering OCM on global SAP ERP implementations is preferred

    - Must be local to Houston and able to work M-F in office.


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