Change Manager

Location: Christchurch
Job Type: Full-time
Specialisation: Management
Reference: 1194-137

Working for Chorus
Is it time for a career change? Now is the time to stop and think about what really matters. Access to a competitive remuneration package and incentive schemes, a generous insurance package including trauma, life and income protection all coupled with ongoing learning and development. We also offer an extensive Wellbeing Programme with focus on mental, financial, career and physical wellbeing. On top of this, Chorus partners with a number of organisations to bring you fitness, technology, vehicle, and wellness discounts. With options for a flexi work environment you can have the autonomy to work when and where you want. If change is on your agenda don’t hesitate to contact us.     

 

The Company
Here at Chorus, we’re proud to be New Zealand’s largest telecommunications infrastructure company. We’re focused on keeping New Zealand new, and that’s no mean feat, so we’re looking for enthusiastic and dedicated people to join our team in being part of something quite special.  We deliver high quality infrastructure that will help New Zealand grow and give Kiwis access to a world of opportunity. We truly value Authenticity, Curiosity, Collaboration and Courage, and in an ever-changing world we’re looking for innovative people to live these values as we help make New Zealand better together.

 

The Role
An exciting opportunity to join the Business Change team, working closely with your peers and our business to support and guide all change management processes. This includes proactively engaging with our key stakeholders, business owners and with impacted teams to validate and assess the scale, impact and approach to business change. Managing all the people aspects of a change around business process, people and technology within Chorus, our customers and our service companies.   We work across a range of projects and contribute to growing our overall change maturity, capability and value proposition

As a Change Manager at Chorus you will be responsible for preparing our people - this includes our customers, suppliers and service companies by assessing the business impact of a change, creating the business transition plan and facilitating business readiness.

You will also see yourself working to ensure our people and processes are ready to deliver through the execution of strong people centred change skills including the ability to share the vision, assessing change data, plan the people aspects of change management, personal adaptability, influencing others, coach managers and selecting change champions.  This also means you will be comfortable working with technical changes.

This role can be based in Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch. 

 

Your Background
If the above sounds like something you’d be interested in, here are the qualities and skills you possess:

  • Excellent stakeholder engagement capability, coupled with excellent interpersonal skills;
  • Demonstrated experience managing change desired (ideally 3 years plus);
  • An understanding of how people go through a change and behaviours associated with change;
  • Excellent communication skills as well as adaptable, flexible and work well under pressure;
  • Experience and knowledge of change management principles and methodologies;
  • Familiarity with project management approaches, tools and phases of the project lifecycle;
  • Demonstrate ability to lead and drive virtual teams;
  • Ability to consult and build buy-in from business stakeholders;
  • A qualification in Change Management methodology e.g. PROSCI is desirable.

 

How to Apply
If you want to be a part of the Chorus team, apply online today and visit www.chorus.co.nz to find out more about our company.

To learn more about our values, look here: https://company.chorus.co.nz/our-values.

Please note, only applicants with Citizenship, Residency or a valid work visa will be considered for this role. To apply, you must submit your CV along with a Cover Letter that outlines your skills and experience as it relates to this role.