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Job title :Organisational Development and Effectiveness Specialist Reference :FSB 062
Company :Financial Services Board
Professional Sector : Human Resources/Training Industry Sector : Financial Services
Location : Gauteng
Salary : 0.00 - 0.00
Applications open :2017-09-26Applications close :2017-10-20
Job Description

The Financial Services Board (FSB) supervises insurers, pension funds, friendly societies, exchanges, central securities depositories, collective investment schemes, financial advisory and intermediary services. It is committed to fair treatment of both users and providers of financial services and acts to minimise the potential systematic risks in the industry. The FSB offices are based in Ashlea Gardens, Menlo Park, Pretoria.
FSB is committed towards increasing the representation of marginalised groups in line with its Employment Equity Plan. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


Purpose of the Job To design and integrate strategically aligned Organisational Development (OD) and people change processes to ensure that all culture change initiatives are embedded through the organisation. The person will report directly to the Head of Human Resources and will work closely with client departments to facilitate change in the FSB.
Requirements • A Postgraduate degree in Industrial Psychology or Psychology or equivalent qualification with Industrial Psychology as a major, with at least 5-10 years’ experience in Organisational Development. An MBA will be an added advantage • Experience in facilitating Change Management processes and designing performance optimisation processes and Organisational Design will be an added advantage
• Management consulting experience will be added advantage • A self-starter with a passion for quality • A team player.
Key Performance Areas • Design and deliver OD and Change Management strategies, processes and interventions that support the initiatives of a high-performing organisation • Support specific performance improvement initiatives, eg through the implementation of a new behavioural competency framework • Identify opportunities for performance improvement through, for example, undertaking internal diagnosis, process/system reviews in order to understand barriers and possible solutions, and conducting external research into good practice and new ideas • Design and facilitate in-house events (eg team effectiveness workshops) as required • Manage and/or support assigned OD and Design programmes as projects end-to-end and ensure that all projects have a project plan which is reviewed and updated on a regular basis • Develop, implement and support organisation design processes, in partnership with business process specialists and all HR functions • Assume responsibility for conceiving and executing OD and Design projects and processes • Establish and regularly update an OD and Design dashboard which links results of OD and Design project statistics • Drive the implementation of HR metrics to measure OD and Design performance against project priorities • Ensure knowledge transfer throughout OD and Design projects building up local knowledge and capability to effectively manage small OD and Design projects • Act as a change agent providing the support and mechanism to implement major changes to the operations of the business • Produce reports on a monthly and quarterly basis.
Key Competencies • Problem analysis • Judgement • Information gathering • Verbal and written communication skills • Good interpersonal skills • The ability to work in a team • The ability to perform under pressure.
Interested parties should forward their CVs for the attention of Rosemary Dlamini e-mail: dlamini_rosemary@yahoo.co.za by no later 20 October 2017.
Please note that correspondence and communication will only be conducted with short-listed candidates and the FSB reserves the right not to appoint if a suitable candidate is not identified.