We work globally and collaborate to bring you professional teams to address complex issues relating to organization transformation, end-to-end employee lifecycles, effective talent deployment and mobility, gaining value from evolving and virtual workforces, and the changing role of HR in support of business strategy. Our EY professionals ask better questions and work with clients to create holistic, innovative answers that deliver quality results.
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To manage change effectively, businesses must establish people and organizational strategies that allow them to respond flexibly to market forces. As a people and organizational change advisor, you will work with clients in delivering their HR and workforce transformation and organisational agendas and providing change management support with large scale Business Transformation. Working in networked, high-performing teams that deliver exceptional client service, you will measure and monitor staff performance, examine roles and responsibilities, and propose new ways of addressing the challenges of the market.
Through structured learning & development, and project experience working with EY People Advisory Service experts, you will gain the consultancy and change management skills required to solve complex people challenges.
Your Key Responsibilities
You are expected to have strong project management skills and experience as well as strong interpersonal and communication skills (Both Arabic and English written and verbal communication).
As a consultant, you must have an entrepreneurial mind-set and an ambition to develop your People and Organizational Change and Industry expertise to continuously bring the best to our clients. You will also be part of projects involving organization design, performance management, rewards business transformation and cultural changes, developing the capabilities of leadership and employees, talent and learning optimization etc.
Furthermore, you will work in projects, together with colleagues from different service lines to address their most complex