Business Change Manager

Job Title: Business Change Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Surrey, England
Salary: £450 - £525 per day
REF: 164253_1531232838
Contact Name: Greg Mckenzie
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Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

As the Business Change Manager, you will work for a global leader in the General Insurance market. You will be responsible for driving the implementation of a new Target Operating Model (TOM) into the business whilst ensuring that projects are delivered successfully which fall within a larger Business Intelligence programme.

Key Accountabilities

  • Manages and co-ordinates all change activities for a single project, or portfolio of projects, to ensure high levels of adoption and the realisation of the anticipated business benefits.
  • Engages with, builds and maintains effective relationships with all stakeholders, facilitating key group decisions which impact the success of the project.
  • Analyses, identifies and, where appropriate, mitigates the operational impact of the planned change through effective transition planning, training and communications.
  • Develops roll-out/implementation plans and supports the business to embed capability.
  • Leads, mentors and coaches others on the Change Management career path.
  • Is an effective member of the wider project/programme team contributing to group decisions, risk and issue management and other governance forums.
  • Contributes to the development of the business change function, leadership of the team and the development of others on the project management career path.


  • Working across several industries or C&P lines of business.
  • Experience within programme, project and change delivery. Having delivered a variety of change of different types and sizes.
  • Leading team and influencing across all levels, including board level.
  • Leadership, coaching and people management skills with the ability to delegate and support remote workers and suppliers.
  • Detailed understanding of how our businesses and people operate and key drivers for change.
  • Experience of using recognised internal or external project and programme management methods.