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Senior Lead, Culture & Change, Amsterdam (NL) or Dublin (IR)

Status interviewing
Tags HR Change/Transformation


Date posted

20 Mar 2023

The Company

Our client is a leading player in their sector with circa 80,000 employees globally. As a Fortune 500 company they have achieved impressive growth in a complex market. With a strong strategy in place they are ready to achieve future bottom line business growth.

The Role

Based in either Dublin or Amsterdam the Senior Lead, Culture & Change reports directly to the Global Chief People Officer. The Senior Lead, Culture & Change will work closely with the Centres of Expertise and Divisional HR Teams to help drive high level strategy through the delivery of the businesses purpose and values.  

The Individual

The successful candidate will be passionate, agile, and curious with a high degree of self-motivation who can deliver large programs of work in a fast-changing environment. This is a role that involves leadership of cultural initiatives. As such there is a high requirement to have strong change management and internal communications skills. In addition, the ability to build and foster relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders which include senior leaders is essential.

At a Glance
  • Job Function
    HR Change/Transformation
  • Industry
    Industrial & Manufacturing
  • International Coverage
  • Global HQ
  • Global revenue
    US$10-100 Billion
  • Solid Report To
    Global Chief People Officer
  • Potential upsides
    The opportunity work at the very top of a Fortune 500 company and help shape the businesses culture on a global scale.
  • Potential challenges
    By its very nature this role is very much about managing change. This requires a high level of self-awareness and the ability to deal with ambiguity.
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