Organisational Development Manager, People and Engagement Group, Wellington | Wellington

Posted on 17-Apr-2019
Application close date: 29-Apr-2019
Location:
Wellington
Category:
Human Resources/Recruitment
Position type:
Permanent
Job reference:
DOC/600/5200I1
Attachments:
Note clipRole Description - OD Manager, Wellington.pdf (PDF, 216KB)
Job Specification

  • Innovative, leading edge OD
  • Create and deliver levers for change
  • National role with broad responsibilities.

 

The OD function at DOC is shaking up traditional practices. Working at a systems level with talent and engagement strategies, the team understand how to create meaningful behaviour change. The OD manager leads a small team of OD Advisors working across DOC's national leadership team. With exposure to the ELT and the ability to lead the development of DOCs People Strategy and talent programme, this is a rare opportunity for professional growth.

 

To succeed in the role you will have energy, passion and expertise. Your credibility with senior leaders is well established, and you can demonstrate experience of using OD initiatives to create tangible change. You enjoy a fast pace and demanding workload, and have a focus on delivery. Your background will be as an OD manager or senior OD advisor in a complex, large organisation. You will bring expertise in engagement, talent and change management, as well as understanding how behavioural models influence systems.

 

Eligibility to work in New Zealand is mandatory, including a valid work visa covering the whole period of employment if applying internationally.

 

Please apply online at the DOC Careers Centre.  Applications must include a cover letter, CV and evidence of the required capabilities as per the project description. 

 

Enquiries about the vacancies please contact Ginny Baddeley on gbaddeley@doc.govt.nz.

 

Applications close at 5pm on Monday, 29 April 2019 (we are seeking an early June start).

 

DOC is committed to a diverse workforce that represents the communities we serve, and to creating an inclusive workplace culture.

 

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