£37,470 - £45,565 National: £37,470 - £41,925 London: £41,055 - £45,565
Department and Location:
Department for Energy Security & Net Zero
Cardiff, London, Salford
Advert Closing Date:
Available Working Pattern:
Flexible Working, Full-time, Job share, Part-time
Civil Service Jobs Reference:
DESNZ is a new department with an incredible mission. But the challenges ahead are enormous. The department needs to deliver at the highest level right now, be agile and respond to external changes, and grow the capabilities it needs for the future.
The DESNZ Change team are defining what our department needs to look like in the short and longer term – the organisational capabilities it needs, the systems and processes and structures – and making this happen. We are directly delivering some change workstreams, providing an overall ‘air traffic control’ of other change projects, and defining, incubating and commissioning required new activities.
We ensure that departmental change is coherent and manageable for our workforce, balancing competing demands on resources and allowing senior leaders to make informed decisions.
The Change team is part of the Transition and Transformation Directorate. We are dedicated to providing fulfilling and balanced roles, and we prioritise learning and professional development. All staff are expected to undertake development activities and share their skills with their colleagues. We have many team members on different work patterns (compressed hours, part time, etc) and welcome applicants with alternative working arrangements.
We would love to hear from you if you have:
- A background in project management
- Extensive experience of PMO for a complex change project
We will help you achieve a relevant qualification in post if you do not have one. However, it would be an advantage if you have a recognised accreditation in professional project management such as:
• Managing Successful Programmes Practitioner
• APMG Change Management Practitioner
• APM Project Management Qualification
We welcome applications from candidates with transferable skills from other sectors.