Reporting to the Manager Policy & System Planning the Project Manager Business Transformation will provide leadership and support to the Division’s Excellence Toronto Project
- Provide support to divisional quality improvement, service planning and other projects.
- Provide support to the Policy & Strategic Planning branch in the implementation and administration of projects.
- Develop and implement detailed plans and recommend policies regarding program-specific requirements.
- Manage assigned projects, ensuring effective teamwork and communication, high standards of work quality and organizational performance and continuous learning.
- Conducts research into assigned areas ensuring that such research takes into account developments within the field, corporate policies and practices, legislation and initiatives by other levels of government.
- Ensures that the project expenditures are controlled and maintained within approved budget limitations.
- Plan and lead complex organizational, operational and culture change projects and develop and manage project plans for same.
- Lead the information gathering and analysis for the divisions involved in the project pertaining to their existing staff inventory, functional responsibilities, reporting relationships, skill set, affiliation, employee and position status etc.
- Conduct research and lead the development of new organization models, the design of any new jobs, and the creation and approval of new job profiles.
- Research, develop and plan organization development initiatives in support of transition planning.
- Develop and maintain project plans and documentation, including templates, spreadsheets, reports, briefing notes and presentations, and ensure that work stream documentation is classified and maintained in the project document repository.
- Design, develop and implement resources and tools that support the Parks, Forestry & Recreation (PR&R) projects.
- Work with PF&R functional specialists and stakeholders to develop training programs and plans.
- Lead stakeholder engagement with all levels of staff City-wide and labour unions, develop communication materials and make presentations.
- Exercise good judgement and discretion with confidential human resources information pertaining to any transitions.
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