Organisation Development & Change Practitioner
This is a fixed term contract position for a period of 12 months, to be extended on a rolling basis depending on programme needs (likely 2 or 3 years in total)
Essex County Council (ECC) is one of the largest and most dynamic local authorities in the UK,. What we do impacts the lives of over 1.4 million people. From the safety of children to the independent lives of older residents, and from boosting quality of life through public health to the lasting regeneration of proud towns and cities - everything we do takes a pioneering and agile approach. Our Organisation, Development & People and Service Transformation (ODP&ST) teams are working to ensure that innovation and learning take centre stage.
We have just embarked on an ambitious transformation programme for our social care case management systems. Effective and efficient case management systems will enable us to support our most vulnerable people, helping us with everything from assessing their needs to paying providers. Taking our aspirations to the next level and aligning with the transformation of both Adults and Children & Families services will be the key to reaching the full potential of our change journey.
We are looking for an experienced Change Organisation Development and Change Practitioner to join the multi-disciplinary programme team in helping to provide a positive change experience and to deliver cultural and behavioural change. It would be great you have experience implementing technology change in social care, health care or local authorities. Innovative, creative, fun people really fit in here, so if you are a talented Organisation Development & Change Practitioner, we want to hear from you.
On a day-to-day basis
You'll do great here if you
What you should do next
If you are interested in finding out more about this role, we would love to hear from you. Please apply via the Working for Essex website.
This position will initially, in line with current government guidance, be based from home. However, when government guidelines change going forward this role will likely work in a hybrid way, with an expectation that there will be a mix of days in the office and working from home/alternative locations.
We're open to a chat about flexible ways of working, both informal and formal. No promises, but we will carefully consider what arrangements would work for you
Essex County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.
We seek the best talent from the widest pool of people as diversity is key to our success.