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The Red Hat Transformation Center of Excellence is looking for an IT Change Management Program Manager to join us in Raleigh, NC. In this role, you will be a part of the IT Strategy and Enablement team, which will have a hybrid approach to ensuring projects across IT are impactful and effective: enablement of other IT teams to successfully manage change and in some cases design and implementation of effective change plans as part of key IT initiatives. This team will be responsible for the development of change management best practices, standard templates/artifacts, as well as measuring and improving the overall maturity of change management from an IT perspective. You will help set the strategy and priorities within a dedicated team responsible for enablement of change management best practices across IT projects and will need to assess current change management practices within Red Hat and IT, identify gaps and growth opportunities, and implement on a roadmap to improve the overall health of change management within IT projects. You’ll lead a community of change practitioners and individuals with change management responsibilities across the IT teams. You will partner with the Red Hat People (HR) Change Management Practice team to adapt best practices and tools they have created for Red Hat as a whole to the specific needs of projects within the IT teams. You will represent IT as part of the Global Extended Change team, a global network of change ambassadors who will help Red Hatters adopt new behaviors and ways of working across the organization. As an IT Change Management Program Manager, you’ll need to have great communication skills, solid relationship skills, and a strategic mindset to help evolve our change management practices.
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