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Change Specialist

Place of work
Mlynské nivy, Bratislava
Contract type
Wage (gross)
From 2 600 EUR/monthOur final offer to you will be set up fairly, considering the skills and experience that you bring to the Swiss Re Group. You can look forward to extra rewards and benefits including an attractive performance-based bonus.

Information about the position

Job description, responsibilities and duties

About the team

The Global Finance Organisational Change (OC) team is focused on developing an integrated approach on organisational change for Finance globally. Our team aligns, activates and enables impactful change, relevant capability development and the target culture to prepare the Finance organisation and our people for the future.
About the role

As part of an agile multi-disciplinary OC team, you will work with the team and contribute to developing and deploying solutions on Change, Culture and Capability. Based on your profile and experience you will have the opportunity to take the lead for specific areas/initiatives, in collaboration with other colleagues and consultants.
Main responsibilities


Align, activate and enable organisational change across the Finance organization

Collaborate with programmes/projects to gain information on ongoing organisational change needs and related impact
Contribute to an integrated organisational change view to facilitate effective planning and development/delivery steering
Support alignment across Finance to enhance effective change approaches, tools and methodology
Align effective change approaches and plans for specific initiatives/needs, and enhance change enablement of specific target groups (leaders, all employees, specific units and locations, learning activation)
Evaluate the multidisciplinary and end-to-end impact of proposed change initiatives


Unlock the Finance target culture by anchoring Swiss Re agility, leadership behaviour and values across teams

Collaborate with programmes/projects to gain information on ongoing culture change needs and related impact
Collaborate with partners and HR and contribute to develop the sought target culture, to ensure that it is embedded in all people-related artefacts (recruiting criteria, job descriptions, onboarding, development, etc.)
Support culture activation events in collaboration with the activation and communication specialist
Ensure that all OC activation, communication and content are aligned to the sought target culture
Evaluate the multidisciplinary and end-to-end impact of proposed culture initiatives/interventions


Activate capability development and learning and develop aligned capability infrastructure

Support the assessment of current/future capability development needs in close collaboration with the OC teams, programmes/projects, and Finance leaders
Improve overall capability levels through development/deployment of enhanced learning activation and content delivery
Participate with multiple partners to further develop the capability development infrastructure, including training portfolio, learning curricula and career paths
Evaluate the holistic and end-to-end impact of capability development and learning approaches on employees, and contribute to a plan to close gaps over a multi-year period

Information about the selection process

We are an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity at our company. Our aim is to live visible and invisible diversity – diversity of age, race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, physical abilities, personalities and experiences – at all levels and in all functions and regions. We also collaborate in a flexible working environment, providing you with a compelling degree of autonomy to decide how, when and where to carry out your tasks.

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Requirements for the employee

Candidates with education suit the position

University education (Bachelor's degree)
University education (Master's degree)
Postgraduate (Doctorate)

Language skills

English - Upper intermediate (B2)

Personality requirements and skills

About you

University degree or equivalent qualification
4+ years experience in programme/project and change management, ideally in an internal/external business consulting, change/transformation role
Proficient written and verbal command of English (other languages a plus)
Detailed knowledge of change management principles and methodology, with practical experience gained with change/culture/capability programmes/projects
Eye for business gained in the re/insurance, financial services industry, with experience in a Finance/control function a plus
Strong communication and storytelling skills
Ability to think analytically, link activities to successfully deliver integrated change, and in solving complex problems
Good lateral leadership and partner management skills
Strong organisational, project and time management skills

Did we catch your attention! We are looking forward to your application!


Brief description of the company

As the world's leading and most diversified global reinsurer, we offer as our core business financial services products that enable risk taking essential to enterprise and progress. Our company was founded in Zurich, Switzerland in 1863, and operates in more than 25 countries and provides its expertise and services to clients throughout the world. We combine financial strengths with experience, knowledge and creative thought to explore new opportunities in the interests of our clients, staff and shareholders.

Number of employees

1700 and more employees

Company address

Swiss Re Management AG
Mlynské Nivy 12
821 08 Bratislava
Learn more about working in Swiss Re Slovakia.


Kontaktná osoba: Alexander Yasakov

ID: 4182018  Dátum zverejnenia: 13.10.2021  Základná zložka mzdy (brutto): 2 600 EUR/month