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Telecommuting is allowed.
Do you enjoy helping people through the transitions in their work lives? Are you good at putting order to chaos and driving initiatives to completion? Are you someone who can keep an open mind and be flexible during times of change? Are you an effective change manager who can, at all levels of the university, create an appropriate sense of urgency and thoughtfully facilitate change both individually and institutionally?
As a key member of the Training and Transitions team in the Office of the CIO, you will work with stakeholders, project teams, project managers, and sponsors to effectively facilitate changes resulting from IT initiatives. As processes are revised, new software programs are installed or new ways of doing business on campus are implemented, you will ensure that impacted stakeholders (faculty, staff, and students) have what they need to make a successful transition. To achieve that goal, you will use ADKAR® and the Prosci methodology to develop and execute a change management plan that includes sub-plans for sponsors, managers, communication, training, and resistance.
We prefer an experienced change manager with multiple certifications, but we want you to apply if you have at least 2 of the following:
Certification in change management, preferably from Prosci or ACMP
3 years of change management experience, preferably in higher education
Experience creating and delivering training, preferably technical training
As a Change Management Professional, you will spend 85-90% of your time managing change and the other 10-15% on training. This position qualifies for partial remote work and is with the Office of Information Technologies (OIT) at the University of Notre Dame.
The OIT at Notre Dame is known for a culture that delivers outstanding value to the University while also fostering a community that encourages flexibility, creativity, and well-being. IDG Computerworld has recognized Notre Dame as one of the Best Places to Work in IT for 9 consecutive years.
The University of Notre Dame is committed to diversity (http://diversity.nd.edu/) in its staff, faculty, and student body. We strive for an inclusive environment that values and embraces differences in backgrounds, life experiences, and perspectives. We welcome and value people of all faiths and viewpoints.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Change Management, Business, Communication, Marketing, Education, Psychology, Project Management, or related field. 3 years of experience in change management.
Preferred Qualifications: Certification in change management by ACMP or Prosci. 3 years of experience in higher education. Experience creating and delivering training.