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Tier2Tek Recruitment Agency works with your organization to help you find the right candidates.
The change management team specializes in all transitions in an organization’s normal operating procedures.
If you need change management staffing, you are in the right place.

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Our Technical Recruitment Agency can find the ideal candidate for your hiring needs. Furthermore, our recruiters are well-versed in ITIL processes and are very familiar with the change management process. As a result, we find the ideal candidates for your change management initiatives.

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What Does A Change Management Specialist Do?

Change Management Specialists make sure that any transition or change in normal operations are thoroughly examined before initiating The Change Managers follow the seven R’s of change management to ensure quality and consistency.

Who raised the change?

What is the reason for the change?

What is the return for the change?

Are there risks involved in the change?

What are the resources required for the change?

Who is responsible for the change?

What is the relationship between this change and other changes?

The Change Management Specialist follows these rules to ensure they have covered everything regarding the change before implementing it. Furthermore, they ensure there is a contingency plan in case the change fails.

Average Salary

According to GlassDoor, the average salary for a Change Manager is $95,234 a year.

Sample Change Management Job Description for Staffing

  • Examines work orders and identifies and allocates necessary parts and equipment.
  • Excellent customer service, a positive attitude, and leadership are required for this position.
  • Tracks and inventories existing parts, deliveries, documentation, and orders.
  • Performs data entry to record supplies, jobs, and time spent.
  • Works with technical personnel to ensure trouble tickets are addressed quickly.
  • Develops sourcing plans and oversees the creation and execution of strategic sourcing initiatives.
  • Participates in IT strategic planning, savings tracking, supplier development, and service improvements.
  • Provides technical information for projects and decisions.
  • Influences agency policy and guidelines related to selection, development, implementation, and use of IT.
  • Helps ensure projects comply with enterprise configuration management.
  • Must be able to follow policies and procedures to assess and avoid risks in the environment.
  • Has experience with Incident Management Systems, and Microsoft Office.
  • Technical experience with providing user access natively for Active Directory.

Common Certifications and Skills for a Change Manager

Provided by the Project Management Institute, the PMP exam tests the candidate on the highest level of management techniques, issues, and tactics. Considered an ‘elite manager’, those with the certification have passed the administered course and test to prove they have the expert ability to manage the people, processes, and business priorities of a professional project. Therefore, those with the PMP certifications can be considered top-tier candidates.

Because the Change Manager role involves implementing new ideas amongst a team, having management expertise is extremely important.

Due to the nature of having to communicate with team members and subordinates, the Program Manager requires a bevy of customer service and communication abilities. Ultimately, they must be able to directly explain the program, changes, and tasks to all of their workers. Furthermore, they must be able to understand and empathize with workers, allowing them to change and alter programs to ensure success. As a manager, the professional must have communication skills.

Similar to the PMP, Google provides a similar management course. According to the corresponding site, the certification course and test show that the candidate has experience with estimating time and budgets, running effective meetings and managing stakeholders, identifying and managing risks, applying Agile and Scrum frameworks, leadership skills, and navigating team dynamics. When staffing for a Program Manager, the Google certification is a bonus.

Other Parallel Career Paths and Jobs

The Project Manager plans and executes multiple initiatives for a company. For example, when a company needs to implement a new solution, the Product Manager identifies, plans, and executes all aspects of the solution. Consequently, they oversee the complete lifecycle of the new initiative.

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Just like a Program Manager, an Operations Manager analyzes and researches ways to create company success. They manage multiple departments toward maximum productivity. Usually, they are involved in human resources, finance, and IT management. Their ultimate responsibility is to increase a company’s operational efficiency.

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The Program Manager oversees multiple projects for the organization. They do not directly oversee individual projects. They manage the overall progression and completion of multiple projects. Additionally, the program manager often creates and manages long-term goals for the organization that aligns with its business strategy.

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