Are you looking to build a career, while making an impact in the world? 

Do you like rolling up your sleeves to solve complex problems AND value work-life balance? If so, Wheelhouse may be just the place for you!

What You Will Be Doing

Are you a senior-level change management professional with extensive experience and big ideas, who is also willing to roll up their sleeves and execute?  Are you looking to work with a team of experienced, like-minded, and easy-going professionals?  Wheelhouse Group is seeking qualified consultants to expand its network of change management consultants for future opportunities in the Washington, DC Metro area.

As a Wheelhouse Group team member, you’ll work on multiple projects/clients which allows for exposure to different opportunities.  You will be part of a multi-disciplinary team including professionals in change management, strategic communications, and program/project management. Our clients include federal government agencies, associations and other non-profits, and for-profit organizations seeking guidance during organizational change.  You will ensure that stakeholder groups across the organization are informed, supportive, and ready for future changes. Your work may include conducting cultural assessments, proposing changes to organizational design, and proposing and implementing improvements to processes, as well as meeting design and facilitation. 

Our services include:

  • Change Management
  • Cultural Assessment
  • Organizational Design
  • Process Improvement
  • Meeting Design and Facilitation

Who We Are Looking For

Wheelhouse Group is looking for experts with 6-12+ years of experience in change management.  In addition, we are looking for:

  • A passionate desire to help our clients succeed
  • An exceptionally strong work ethic, self-motivation, curiosity and drive
  • Organizational and prioritization skills to manage multiple clients/projects at the same time
  • An executive presence and experience advising and supporting top leadership in large, complex organizations
  • Agility to move seamlessly from strategic tasks (writing change management plans) to tactical tasks (preparing PowerPoint briefings and other deliverables, facilitating and recording meeting outcomes) as needed.
  • Advanced experience with Microsoft Office Suite (PowerPoint, Word, and Excel) and a gift for creating briefings and documents that tell a compelling, relevant and data-driven story
  • A flexible, positive attitude, confidence and the desire to be the best
  • Experience in IT and technology deployment, HR programs, professional services firms and/or government a plus

Opportunities exist in the Washington, D.C. Metro area with some opportunities in other areas of the country.

To make sure we hire the most qualified people, we’ve designed a multi-step selection process that may include interviews, case study assignment, and reference checks. We’re excited to get to know you!

Wheelhouse Group is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer; we believe an inclusive workforce is good for business and essential for our teams to thrive. Our strong commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility promotes a welcoming environment where all team members feel like they belong, including feeling respected, included and heard.

EOE, including disability/vets.

 

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