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New software rollouts, system integrations, regulatory changes, successfully launching an MVP or overhauling an initial business plan… From multinational enterprises to start-ups and scale-ups, agile change-management professionals are needed right now to manage these transitions.

I​​​​​f you’re an experienced change-manager, trained in Agile methodologies and skilled in securing stakeholder buy-in and user adoption of new initiatives, you’re in demand.

Whatever industry, sector or organisation size you want to work in, we’ll connect you with exceptional opportunities in IT change-management jobs – to help make change happen for you, too.

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We’ll work with you to identify roles where you can make the most use of your skills – positions you won’t find elsewhere – and we’ll help you to develop these skills by giving you access to top-class training. You know how important good communication is, so we’ll keep you updated and support you every step of the way. 

We listen to what you want and make sure the jobs we suggest match with what matters most to you. And most importantly, we’ll then help you to secure a role that’s just right for you.

Browse our latest change management roles, or submit your CV.

Latest change manager jobs

Project Manager
Up to £45,000
Transformation Programme Manager
Reading, Berkshire UK
£700 per day
Junior Project Manager
£400 - £475 Per Day Inside IR35
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Your change management questions, answered

Are there lots of change management roles available?

Because of the huge number of digital transformation and change projects taking place in organisations of all sizes and across all industries, demand for both contractor and permanent change managers is at an all-time high.
This means it is a great time for you to think about your next career steps and start looking for a role that really excites you.

What salary should I typically expect as a change manager?

This will depend on your location, industry and experience. Change manager salaries tend to start at around £45,000 increasing to £60,000 or above if you have more experience. Remuneration can be as high as £100,000 in the most competitive areas, especially in the financial services sector.
As an experienced change manager contractor in London and the South East, you can typically expect around £575 per day, and between £750-£1,100 per day as a Head of Change.

What qualifications can help you progress in change management?

Agile Practitioner certifications are increasingly the most sought-after and useful qualification for today’s change managers. Further to this, other useful certifications include SAFe Practitioner certification, Six Sigma certification, PMP certification, ITIL certification and any relevant university degrees.
Long seen as the industry standard, taking a PRINCE2 course is still a well-recognised qualification. For a qualification that is more IT and infrastructure aligned, ITIL uses a systematic approach and is aligned to best practice.

What are the most important skills for a change manager to have?

Although strong organisation and agile project management skills are a must, as well as experience coordinating multiple workstreams and resources and the ability to continually adapt, change managers must also have the specific know-how to design, lead and embed this transformation at all levels.
These include organisational, process, technological and behavioural change. The ability to effectively influence a varying audience is also crucial.

What’s the career path for a change manager?

Change management offers a clear line into leadership and as you gain more experience in change management, you’ll be able to lend your expertise more towards managing larger change programmes on a macro level. Senior roles like this are often rewarded with six-figure salaries.