Organizational Development Consultant – Community Living BC
Organizational Development Consultant
CLBC Head Office
Any CLBC office, Head Office preferred
CURRENT CLASSIFICATION LEVEL:
Excluded Band 2
Updated October 2023
SUPERVISOR POSITION NUMBER:
Director, People Development
Community Living British Columbia [CLBC] is a crown corporation responsible for arranging supports and services for adults with developmental disabilities and their families. CLBC staff strive to advance the vision Communities of belonging, lives with connection.
The People & Culture (P&C) team’s purpose is to partner with our people to explore, develop and deliver solutions that inspire them to pursue their full potential. Using CLBC’s vision and values to guide and inspire us, we enable staff and managers to develop their capabilities and leadership capacity to facilitate an open and inclusive environment that focuses on relationships, accountability, and effective performance.
PURPOSE OF POSITION
Reporting to the Director, People Development, the Organizational Development (OD) Consultant designs and develops corporate people programs, supports team and organization effectiveness, and partners with the People Services Client Partners to provide guidance to stakeholders to addressing organizational performance issues. The OD Consultant works collaboratively with P&C stakeholders and client groups to support organizational resilience and performance.
JOB DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
Leadership and Program Planning
Workshop Design and Facilitation
Change & Project Management
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s degree in Business, Organizational Development, Human Resources, or Adult Education, plus three years related experience; or relevant equivalent combination of education, work experience and training may be considered.
KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES & SKILLS KNOWLEDGE
Demonstrated knowledge of organization development theories, philosophies, methods, organizational analysis, and change skills.
Working knowledge of training and development needs analyses, program development and delivery.
Excellent knowledge and understanding of human resources programs.
ABILITIES & SKILLS
Proven ability to identify, analyze and assess emerging business issues, and develop and implement effective learning and development responses and/or strategies.
Strong project management and change management skills with the ability to manage projects and achieve goals with minimal supervision while keeping the Manager, People Development informed of projects and initiatives.
Strong client management and service orientation, and proven credibility with senior business leaders.
Demonstrated business acumen with the proven ability to identify key issues for the business and apply OD knowledge to drive solutions.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbally and in writing, and strong presentation skills to a large and diverse audience. Proven ability to facilitate issue resolution on a variety of matters.
Proven ability to establish and maintain effective and collaborative working relationships with people at every level of the organization and key stakeholders both internal and external to CLBC.
Highly self-motivated, self-directed with the ability to influence and lead change working in a dynamic, complex and team-based environment.
Strong critical thinking skills with the ability to efficiently and resourcefully analyze and resolve problems using negotiation, group facilitation and conflict resolution skills.
Proven ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise extreme discretion and empathy when required. Strong ability to strategically navigate sensitive situations successfully.
Strong organizational skills and the ability to handle pressure and work in a dynamic work environment, adapting to changing priorities and deadlines, emerging issues, and competing demands. Proficient computer skills and knowledge of the application of information technology systems.
Please apply through the Community Living BC careers page. All applications must be submitted online.
For questions about this position please reach out to CLBCPeopleServices@gov.bc.ca.