Business Change Manager
||£45750 - £49460
||Depending on experience
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Business Change Manager
£45,750 - £49,460 (depending on experience)
You live for technology.
You create and innovate.
You safeguard our nation.
MI6 is the UK's foreign human intelligence agency. In our world, sophisticated technology and innovative techniques enable global covert operations. These strengthen our approach to gathering secret intelligence overseas. And our culture is where creativity, curiosity, insight and intuition are used to face ever-evolving challenges. To ensure we remain ahead of the game, we're looking for the country's brightest Business Change Managers.
In this vital role, you’ll be key to promoting and protecting the UK’s national interest. In fact, it’ll be your responsibility to effectively coordinate and deliver significant change to our operational and business processes. You’ll do this by ensuring there’s a holistic business perspective underpinning the changes we make, and the way we introduce services.
Working closely with a range of stakeholders, you’ll ensure their commitment by taking charge of the business readiness planning, transition support and detailed change sequencing. And you’ll lead activity to monitor the outcomes of change initiatives.
With a proven track record as a Business Change Manager, you’ll have experience leading and embedding complex, large-scale change initiatives. You’ll come with (or be working towards) a Business Change qualification, such as APMG, ProSci or equivalent. This will have given you a good understanding of the change lifecycle, as well as knowledge of best practice standards, tools and techniques. You will be able to demonstrate ability to lead and manage a team, while also working effectively on your own.
Our roles are as individual as you are. Find out more and apply via our website by clicking the APPLY button.
To apply to MI6 you must be a born or naturalised British citizen, over 21 years old and normally have been based in the UK for six of the last ten years. You should not discuss your application with anyone other than your partner or a close family member providing that they are British. They should also be made aware of the importance of discretion.
MI6 strives for diversity in the workplace and is committed to the creation and maintenance of a climate in which all staff are treated fairly on the grounds of merit and ability.