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Director of Organizational Development, Strategic and Organizational Development Unit

Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke
Administration, business, accounting and finance, Project Management

Job description

Under the direction of the Executive Strategic and Accountability Officer, the Director of Organizational Development leads the development, management, and implementation of strategic and operational planning and organizational change management programs and initiatives. The position is responsible for identifying, developing, and implementing strategic organizational effectiveness changes. The Director of Organizational Development, with the support of the Strategic and Organizational Development Unit team, establishes, implements, and refines a framework of strategic and change management policies and processes that guide the organization. They ensure that strategic plans are developed, monitored, measured, reported, and adjusted and that organizational and system change projects are planned and implemented for success. The Director of Organizational Development is familiar with various field concepts, practices, and procedures, and interfaces with all levels of staff and leadership.


Required experience and qualifications

Education and Experience:

Master of Business Administration (MBA), Public Policy or Administration (MPP/MPA), or other related field, plus one (1) year of relevant experience.


Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Public Policy, Commerce, Human Relations (Organizational Development and Change) or other related field, plus two (2) years of relevant experience.


Knowledge, Skill, and Ability Requirements:

• Knowledge of, and experience in Organizational Development concepts and applications.

• Knowledge of, and experience in strategic, action, and operational planning principles and methodology.

• Knowledge of, and experience in project and change management principles and methodology.

• Knowledge of MCK policies, programs, administration, and operational strategies and initiatives.

• Knowledge of human resources concepts. • Budgeting (projection and monitoring).

• Mathematical reasoning and data analysis.

• Management and leadership.

• Communication and facilitation.

• Collaborative spirit, flexible and reasonable.

• Attention to detail and excellent follow-through are required.

• Ability to build strong relationships, and business network ability.

• Ability to solve problems and think creatively and analytically.

• Ability to use sound judgment and take initiative.

• Ability to work independently and with a team.

• Ability to communicate in the Kanien’kéha and French languages is an asset.

• The willingness to learn the Kanien’kéha language is required.

Job posting period

Until 2024-03-11 at 16:00