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Organizational Change Management Specialist

We are looking to hire a motivated Organizational Change Management Specialist experienced in Financial Management Systems to join our rapidly growing firm in the Washington, DC area. This role will be responsible for leading all organizational change management efforts related to the customer's Financial system modernization efforts. Candidates should possess the ability to work diligently, mentor team members, and support all initiatives across the organization, and be proactive in providing out of the box solutions.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develops and executes organizational change management strategies and activities to support successful implementation of redesigned business processes and enterprise technology initiatives.
  • Conduct impact analyses, assess change readiness, identify key stakeholders, and support the design, development, delivery and management of change initiatives for customers.
  • Act as a coach for senior leaders and executives in helping them fulfill the role of change sponsor.
  • Provide direct support and coaching to team members integrating change management activities across the project.
  • A apply change management principles and practices to ensure optimal management of the change process.
  • Lead a team of junior and journeyman-level professionals with financial system management and organizational change management subject matter expertise. 
  • Develop and deliver briefings to client management, facilitate meetings, conduct SME interviews.
  • Design and conduct surveys gauging an entity’s readiness for organizational change.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's Degree and at least 15 years' experience.
  • Expert knowledge of Organizational Change Management.
  • Experience implementing Federal financial systems and/or other large enterprise financial management systems.
  • Must be able to pass (and maintain) a government background investigation.

About Us

AVER, LLC is a verified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Technology and Management Consulting firm specializing in supporting Federal, State, and local government customers. We provide all of our clients the best customer experience by employing people that have a passion for consulting and who deliver real business value every day. we pride ourselves on anticipating our client's needs and delivering solutions with diligent execution. Our multi-disciplined staff are capable of doing more than just the primary duties, allowing our client's to spend less and avoiding inefficient single-track teams.

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