Accenture Modern Change Manager - Life Sciences in Chicago, Illinois
We are:Talent and Organization, and we help clients co-create the workforce of the future. How? We make decisions based on insights. We give people the tools and roadmaps to do their best work. We create digital experiences employees love. And we teach companies how to grow great, forward-thinking leaders. Our approach and our people put us at the front of the pack for talent, HR and organizational consulting. We help clients with new skilling, talent strategy, leadership development, employee experience, change management and beyond.
You are:An experienced force for change. You know that companies must change or be left behind, and you know how to help companies do that. You’ve got the skills, tools and know-how to help companies remake themselves from top-to-bottom to be more nimble, more capable and more productive. And you’re someone that people look to for advice and guidance. You’ve done this plenty of times and it shows in how you help people on your team do their best, so their clients get the best advice.
Help clients through the transformation process that will make their companies more capable
Develop human-centered strategies for change that are agile, and ready for the digital world
Support the translation of strategic direction and business objectives established by clients into holistic change strategies
Design agile change strategies that will help companies change their culture and the way they do everything while preparing them for the future
Use leading practice change tools and methodologies including:
Engagement, collaboration, and facilitation tools like Mentimeter/ThinkTank
Experience design using personas and informed by organizational analytic
Help clients transform their companies into resilient organizations comfortable with redirection and ambiguity
Help Accenture with business development including proposals and client relationships
Build our T&O practice by helping with market research, Points-of-View, capability development, thought capital, and knowledge management
These positions require that you reside in the Northeast. New York City, Florham Park, NJ, Boston, MA, Philadelphia, PA, or Hartford, CT.
Travel:For now, all Accenture business travel, international and domestic, is currently restricted to client-essential sales/delivery activity only. Please note: The safety and well-being of our people continues to be the top priority, and our decisions around travel are informed by government COVID-19 response directives, recommendations from leading health authorities and guidance from a number of infectious disease experts.
Here’s what you need:
At least 5 years working as a consulting practitioner
At least 3 years of Change Management experience
A Bachelor’s Degree
Bonus points if:
At least 5 years’ experience working as a consultant on change management
At least 5 years’ experience in 3 or more of the following areas:
You know everything there is to know about how to design, develop and roll out HR processes
You’re familiar with digital tools like HR Automation, Future Workforce Design and Analytics
You have experience leading change management efforts in the Life Sciences industry, preferably within the Research & Development function
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