Lead Change Management
- Join a newly established division with imprimatur to drive sweeping workplace reform
- Maximise organisation’s change readiness and change adoption
- Lead delivery of change improvement initiatives
AV seeks to appoint a talented and dynamic Lead Change Management to join its newly established Equality & Workplace Reform Division. This position will be instrumental in developing and implementing structured change management strategies that will facilitate broad change across key program areas. The proposed changes are initially in response to the independent review into workplace equality undertaken by the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (VEOHRC) and will see AV make meaningful change against discrimination, sexual harassment, bullying and victimisation, with a view to creating a safe, fair and inclusive organisation.
Reporting to the Director of Workplace Reform, the Lead Change Management will develop robust change management plans for proposed initiatives which evaluate and mitigate risks and impact and which define and measure success. The incumbent will also facilitate ongoing improvement in organisational change leadership capability. A key element of the role will be to tailor methodology to be culturally appropriate and sensitive to the needs of stakeholders.
Equipped with an excellent understanding of change management principles, techniques & tools, the successful candidate will have a record of leading the implementation of a significant enterprise-wide transformation, one that spans both technology and people/process. Highly analytical and a creative problem solver who copes with pressure, the incumbent will be an effective project manager with excellent planning and problem solving skills. Known as an outstanding communicator who readily simplifies complex concepts, the appointee will have highly effective facilitation and influencing skills as well as conflict resolution and negotiation skills. Experience in settings which required cultural awareness and sensitivity will be advantageous.
At Ambulance Victoria we are proud to share our commitment to save and improve lives by providing outstanding care for our patients. It is our promise to every patient and it sits at the heart of everything we do. No matter what corporate or support role you play in delivering our critical services to the Victorian public, you join a team dedicated to bringing our vision of ‘Outstanding emergency health care every time’ to life.
As a valued member of AV, you will enjoy a professional working environment that recognises the importance of work/life balance. Although there will be a requirement to maintain a presence at Headquarters, flexible working arrangements are available and will be discussed with the successful candidate. We offer salary packaging options, generous personal leave entitlements, accrued days off for full time roles, and other benefits including free on-site parking.
Occasional travel throughout metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria may be required.
Successful applicants will need to have received the mandated COVID-19 vaccinations and be willing to complete pre-employment screening including a Police Check.
By applying for this position with Ambulance Victoria, you agree to undertake an assessment of any Secondary Employment or outside interests, in line with AV’s Secondary Employment procedure. This is required to ensure there is no perceived or actual conflict of interest for AV should you be successful and commence in the role.
At all levels of AV, a diverse and inclusive workforce allows the organisation to deliver Best Care to the Victorian community, and helps create a healthier, more productive workplace for the people within AV.
For more information on the creation of the new division, please visit: https://info.fisherleadership.com/ambulancevictoria
To apply – please click on ‘APPLY NOW’ and using reference AMBlcm0522, address your cover letter and resume to Deborah Komesaroff, of Fisher Leadership, or call 1300 347 437 for further information.