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Organisational Change Management Manager - Hybrid

Molson Coors
Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire/Homeworking
Competitive salary
Closing date
27 Apr 2024

Job Details

Why You Should Join Us

For over two centuries Molson Coors Beverage Company has been brewing beverages that unite people for all of life’s moments. We produce some of the most beloved and iconic beer brands ever made and while the company’s history is rooted in beer, we offer a modern portfolio that expands beyond the beer aisle.

In addition to popular favorites like Carling, Coors, Madrí Excepcional, our beverage portfolio includes Staropramen, Blue Moon, Cobra and Rekorderlig. Through exclusive distribution partnerships, we have also expanded our range to include Tarquin’s Gin, Lixir Drinks, and Mixologist’s Garden.

In the UK and Ireland, more than 2000 dedicated and passionate Molson Coors people work together to make our business first choice for our people, our consumers and our customers.

As a People First organisation, we’re happy to discuss flexible working options.

Your Purpose

Join our team based as an Organizational Change Management (OCM) Manager based in Burton 2 days a week & at home 3 days. 

In this role, you'll collaborate closely with our Project Lead to oversee the change program for IBP implementation. Your primary focus will be on supporting the adoption and sustainability of new technologies aimed at enhancing our S&OP processes.

Working alongside the Strategic Business Planning Director, you'll contribute to the continuous improvement of IBP operations, with the ultimate goal of boosting key business metrics such as in-year forecasting accuracy, supply/demand processes, financial precision, and strategic planning capabilities.

Your mission as the OCM Manager is to spearhead significant changes in processes, systems, and organizational culture to facilitate a smooth transition towards achieving our business objectives

This will entail close collaboration with various departments including Sales, Supply Chain, Finance, Strategy, and others over the long term.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop change management strategies and plans to optimize employee adoption of new technologies aligned with our IBP roadmap, starting with the O9 Phoenix tool throughout 2024.
  • Lead the implementation of multiple strategies to ensure readiness for new tool releases, encompassing training, communications, and stakeholder management.
  • Translate the impacts of business process changes into educational materials to facilitate training and on-the-job adjustments.
  • Provide coaching and guidance to program and business sponsors on effective resource allocation and change management.
  • Continuously assess change management risks within the business, identifying and addressing potential resistance to change through appropriate mitigation tactics.

About you:

You may not meet all the criteria for the role, but don't let that stop you from applying. We all need to learn and develop and we can help you do this here at Molson Coors.  

  • Demonstrated experience in change management.
  • Involvement in transformational programs.
  • Experience in or familiarity with sales or supply chain teams.
  • Ability to thrive in complex, matrixed environments and deliver tangible results.
  • Strong communication skills capable of engaging and influencing senior stakeholders within the organization.

If you're passionate about driving organisational change and are ready to make a significant impact, we'd love to hear from you. Join us in shaping the future of our business through effective change management practices.

About Us

  • We’re one of the UK’s Most Attractive Employers winning the Top Employer award for the last 11 years. 
  • Equal Parent Leave - as much or as little as you wish of 52 weeks parent leave, with 26 weeks at full pay irrespective of gender or path to parenthood.  
  • Flexible work programmes to ensure a work life balance is maintained such as our market leading Moments That Matter for significant moments in your life. 
  • Commitment to the physical and mental wellbeing of all our people reflective of our People First value.  
  • We’re committed to raising industry standards and leaving a positive imprint on our employees, consumers, communities and the environment which is reflected in Our Beer Print and our 2025 sustainability targets.

Molson Coors Beverage Company: Building Careers

Molson Coors Beverage Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we seek diversity. We want to continue to create an environment where our people are truly able to be themselves at work, regardless of their gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or religion. We want people to be able to bring their own creativity and style to work, so that we get diversity in our thinking across our organisation, as we believe that we are a better business for it.

This makes our talent strategy simple – we want the best talent in all our roles, regardless of their background. We take pride in celebrating our unique brew and our people are our greatest asset.

We are Disability Confident Committed. If you require any additional assistance or adjustments in advance of, or during the application and/or hiring process, please contact us at [email protected]. We want you to succeed and will be happy to support you.



Putting People First is our first value and guides everything we do. We want working for Molson Coors to be a great and rewarding experience, giving everyone the opportunity to learn and grow, with comprehensive wellbeing support and excellent benefits.

Flexibility is important to our people and important to us. We offer different flexible work options and employees can make use of ‘Life Leave’, two weeks of extra paid leave on top of holiday, sickness and compassionate leave, to enable them to take care of significant moments in life.

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