1)Â Â Â Lead team of professionals responsible for applying structured methodologies to create streamlined change in staff workflows and decision-making practices driven by evolving technology, data, and tools.Â 2)Â Â Â Manage the change portfolio for the Strategic Information, Events, and Stewardship team, including monitoring progress on priority changes and reporting progress to key stakeholders. 3)Â Â Â Partner with colleagues across ARD to develop and deliver communications and training strategies that support implementation of systems-driven organizational change. 4)Â Â Â Perform needs assessments, change readiness assessments, and risk assessments to inform ARDâ™s approach to prioritizing and timing change. Â 5)Â Â Â Track and communicate issues related to change implementation. 6)Â Â Â Develop and measure change analytics to gauge change management strategies. 7)Â Â Â Anticipate, communicate, and measure change resistance.Â 8)Â Â Â Define change success metrics. Â 9)Â Â Â Measure change effectiveness and impact. 10)Â Â Â Collaborate closely with partner teams in Strategic Information, Events, and Stewardship to streamline operations, evolve tools and technology, develop metrics and workflows, and foster awareness and understanding of change strategies.Â 11)Â Â Â Partner with vendors and consultants to develop and execute technology implementation plans. 12)Â Â Â Partner closely with ARDâ™s talent management team to translate changes in technology and data use to evolving staff expectations. 13)Â Â Â Consult with departments across ARD to help them to include change management strategies into their overall plans. 14)Â Â Â Train, consult with, and coach managers and staff across the organization on implementing systems-driven change within their teams. 15)Â Â Â Provide resources that allow ARD staff to implement systems-driven change on a team and individual level. 16)Â Â Â Seek opportunities for professional development that will enhance job performance, including building networks within the University and with colleagues at peer institutions.
1)Â Â Â Communicate Effectively & With Influence 2)Â Â Â Exhibit Resilience & Optimize Resources 3)Â Â Â Display Emotional Intelligence 4)Â Â Â Lead Performance & Flawless Execution 5)Â Â Â Foster Partnership & Collaboration 6)Â Â Â Demonstrated skill and knowledge of, or ability to learn quickly, the internal workings of the University as well as the technology tools available to the Office of Alumni Relations and Development, including Griffin (the University's Donor Relationship Management System), Microsoft Windows computer environment, Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. 7)Â Â Â Willingness and ability to travel to campus and/or non-campus locations for University business.Â 8)Â Â Â Willingness and ability to work evenings and weekends.
Working Conditions Work SettingÂ 1)Â Â Â Standard office environment
Mental Demands 1)Â Â Â Self-motivation and the ability to take initiative.Â 2)Â Â Â Ability to prioritize multiple projects and independently follow through with detail. Â
1) Professional experience in nonprofit management, development, alumni relations, marketing, public relations, sales or similar professional work experience.
2) Experience participating in the change effort for a large scale technology implementation.
3) Salesforce experience.
1) Resume 2) Cover Letter (optional)
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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