We are seeking an Organization Development consultant to the leaders and teams across the University to help improve productivity and effectiveness of units, divisions, and departments. This position provides advice and support aimed at building organizational cohesion, health and flexibility and has a high degree of project autonomy and decision-making.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
In collaboration with colleagues, and sometimes on own provide an array of organization development services to assigned client areas, groups and divisions.
Carries out organization assessments, makes recommendations for change, and works to redesign management processes to meet quality standards and improve organization health and employee satisfaction.
Collaborates effectively with colleagues in other Human Resources disciplines (e.g. Learning, Compensation, Employee/Labor Relations, etc.) in the delivery of OD services.
Effectively use the consultative approach in recommending changes to support client's strategic direction and addressing identified organizational development needs.
Facilitates group and departmental planning and interaction to improve group/ department productivity, decision making and performance.
Acts as a business partner with individuals and teams in strategic planning, change management, team development, facilitate retreats/meetings, and training sessions.
Identifies and uses instruments and surveys as well as other data to analyze individual and group behavior and recommends strategies for making needed changes.
Serves as an internal consultant to facilitate team building; resolving work group conflict; changes in group in norms values and culture.
Provides formal and informal coaching for staff and faculty on teams to expand their leadership competencies and skills.
May be asked to facilitate learning content upon request.
*Routine office work, with occasional need to stand for long periods in order to facilitate group sessions. This role can occasionally be performed in a hybrid work status.
Three to five years general consultation experience in a large academic or professional services context.
Master's Degree in organization development or related field.
Specific preparation and qualifications in leadership coaching, multi-rater feedback instruments, MBTI, DiSC, PDI, SDI, etc.
Some experience in creating behavioral/technical competency models and related materials: learning guides for career ladder movement, behavior based interviewing guides and materials to educate managers on how to best to utilize competencies into performance and career development discussions.
Special Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Applies organizational theory and models into proactive results in a customized and practical manner.
Ability to facilitate sessions for both large and small groups.
Strong, confident presentation skills.
Ability to work with diverse group of individuals throughout all levels of the organization and partner with internal/external resources.
Successful candidate will have expertise in process consultation, yet be able to balance advising clients in a potential direction based on best practices.
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills.
Strong, confident presentation skills both in-person and virtually.
Ability to work collegially, independently and as a member of a team.
Highly organized with attention to detail.
Classified Title: OD Consultant Working Title: Organization Development Consultant
Role/Level/Range: ATP/04/PE Starting Salary Range: $71,230-$97,880-$124,510 Annually (Commensurate with experience) Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F/8:30 - 5:00 Exempt Status: Exempt Location: Hybrid/Eastern High Campus Department name: Talent Management Personnel area: University Administration
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