Head of Smart Transformation Programme
Envisage the Future
Lead role in smart working and culture change programme
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a truly exceptional individual to shape Smart Working at Nottingham Trent University. The Head of Smart Transformation Programme is a new role leading an institution-wide Smart Working Programme to deliver innovative ways of working and create an environment that meets the expectations of our students and staff, in line with our institutional strategic objectives.
Preferably with an awareness of wider University and HE issues, you will have extensive experience of leading and delivering complex, cross-functional, transformational change programmes across large organisations, delivering workspace based projects involving a significant technology contribution and embedding positive culture change.
You will have extensive knowledge of programme and project management theories, tools and techniques with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of change management theories and techniques; you will bring with you a knowledge of the principles and current thinking on smart working; organisational culture; work space planning; and mobile and other emerging technologies.
Possessing an ability to lead and deliver through others against challenging targets; you will think creatively and innovatively; with strong analytic, problem solving and decision making abilities. You will be customer focussed with a commercial awareness. You will be confident, persistent and resilient, with an ability to influence, engage and enthuse others.
Educated to degree level, you will also hold a project/change management professional qualification (PRINCE2/MSP or equivalent).
Due to the size and complexity, it is anticipated that the programme duration will be for 3 years.
To find out more about this role and to apply, please visit www.ntuseniorappointments.com
For a confidential discussion, please contact our advising consultants, Katrina Paget on +44 (0)113 205 6084 or Carolyn Coates on +44 (0)121 644 5705.
Closing date: 5pm on 19 March 2012.