Full Time 12 months fixed-term (maternity cover with potential for extension)
Start date: Sept/Oct 2019
Closing date: 30 June 2019, 12 noon
Initial interviews will take place end July 2019
About the Company
“Changing Point is a leading organisational development and change consultancy operating across various sectors in the UK and internationally.
Many organisations invest more energy on perfecting new strategies and processes than on the people challenges that they face when trying to implement changes effectively. This often results in resistance, silo entrenchment and even sabotage.
Changing Point works with its clients to achieve the right balance. They support clients to continually evolve by connecting their people to organisational strategy and processes. Changing Point's philosophy is grounded in psychology and incorporates their vast experience working across a variety of industry sectors.
Changing Point align minds to transform business performance.”
Learn more about Changing Point on their website here.
In this role your main tasks will be as follows:
Plan and prepare for:
• Effective workshop delivery following our outline coaching notes provided for the workshop
• Effective delivery of 1:1 coaching sessions
• Highly interactive, high impact and memorable workshops, challenging clients to break habits and change behaviours to improve outcomes and transform performance
• Tailored, challenging and supportive coaching sessions with individuals/groups to raise awareness, encourage new thinking, break habits and change behaviours
• Developing excellent client relationships, being seen as a trusted partner that adds real value & seek additional business opportunities while working with clients
• Feedback internally to support the continuous improvement of our products and services
(workshops and coaching could be a mix of either face to face or virtual sessions)
• Business development seminars
• Psychometrics – eg. Insights Discovery, Roche Martin Emotional Capital Report
• After workshops and coaching sessions to encourage action and build momentum
• After business development seminars to seek new business opportunities
This is a remote role based around London with the requirement to meet team members at a central London location on a weekly basis.
This role would suit an experienced Facilitator / Coach who is returning to work after a break and is eager to re-build a similar career.
Ideally a psychology or business graduate, possibly with a post-graduate degree and a coaching qualification, you should have a strong interest in psychology and organisational development.
This is a challenging, but well-supported post that will provide the successful candidate with an opportunity to develop a career within a small, but growing organisational development and change consultancy.
You will have the discipline and self-motivation to manage your own workload as the post will involve a sizeable proportion of independent working.
The following skills are relevant to the role:
• Strong facilitation skills gained through highly interactive group workshop delivery
• Executive coaching experience, ideally within a variety of sectors
• Comfortable working with people at both senior and shop-floor level
• Passion for psychology, organisational development and behavioural change
• Customer services or professional services experience
• Willingness to take on challenges and a creative approach to problem-solving
• Able to work in a team and towards a team project goal
• Effective time management and project planning in order to meet deadlines
• Excellent verbal and written English
• IT-literate and confident with your computer skills
• Ability to work independently when necessary
Possession of a full driving licence would be advantageous.
If you have any questions about this role or the organisation please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not under any circumstances contact the employer directly as doing so may negatively impact your employment opportunity.
Closing date for applications is 30 June 2019, 12 noon.
First interviews will be held at the end of July then second interviews in August, with a view to an end of September / early October start date.
Please submit a CV and Cover Letter through the Adopt An Intern online application form on our website. All applications must be submitted by 12 noon on the closing date. State A) your availability and B) relevant experience and demonstrate how your skills match the specific requirements of the job description.
We do NOT accept email applications unless otherwise stated.
Successful candidates must, by the start of the employment, have permission to work in the UK.