DIVISION: Organizational ORGANIZATION: Company
LOCATION: City ABC DATE: Month
Director of Organizational Development is responsible for directing and leading
company-wide services in the areas of leadership skill development, staff &
organizational development, management improvement, accountability, and
employee health & wellness.
Total Company ABC Staff: 1,000
Total Budget $60M
Department Staff 14
Department Budget $470,000
Director reports to the Vice President of Human Resources.
are 14 positions reporting to the Director:
Occupational Health & Safety Manager
Occupational Health Nurse Consultants
Occupational Health & Safety Manager: Implements and evaluates corporate
occupational health and safety programs and services for ABC. Two Occupational
Health Nurse Consultants and two Administrative Secretaries report to this
Organizational Development Consultants: Plan, develop, implement and
evaluate organizational, leadership and training and development programs and
Confidential Secretaries: Provide communications, word processing, desktop
publishing and database management services for the Department.
NATURE OF WORK AND JOB SCALE:
Development (OD) combines several specialized services and provides
organization-wide programs and services under a single portfolio: Leadership
development, organizational development, management and process improvement and
occupational health & safety.
provides planning and development support to all levels of staff in order to
meet the changing needs of the organization and its clients.
services are integrated and support company-wide planning.
project management support and skills to customers.
linkages with key groups that can benefit from developmental services
departmental priorities that mesh with company-wide priorities.
customer expectations through problem solving, conflict resolution and
and manage operating capital budgets.
services/solutions to a wide variety of situations in an increasingly complex
organizational environment that is typified by competing agendas, constant
changes and scarce resources.
support and meeting expectations of a diverse customer-base.
future trends and needs of the organization.
deadlines in a complex environment with constantly changing priorities.
Director has the freedom to determine appropriate courses of action, guided
only by the mission and goals of the organization.
Director has numerous and frequent contacts with all departments, as well as
each level of management. External contacts include teaching institutions,
consultants and health agencies.
staff development, management engineering and workplace wellness programs and
programs and services to customers that are based on customer expectations and
ABC objectives and within budget.
leadership expertise by partnering with department supervisors. This develops
a core group of people with the skills required to develop an successful
educational and research programs.
supports and develops linkages with teaching institutions by providing
opportunities for internships and participating in teaching opportunities.
to good public relations.
a high level of performance though effective recruitment and development of
Department staff members.
department within allocated resources and if appropriate exploring
opportunities to share resources with other jurisdictions.
conditions include personal computer work in an office environment, meetings
and travel within and outside the organization.
adjustments to the hours of work and work activities are required to meet
project deadlines or customer needs. A high level of mental strength is
required for analysis and creativity when preparing reports, meetings,
presentations and working with diverse groups.