Environment Agency seeks ‘change managers’ to prepare for ‘new ways of working’

The Environment Agency (EA) is recruiting six business change managers to help it prepare for “new ways of working”, including working with six new delivery teams

Lee Hazel will still have to pay up even if he is jailed. Photograph: Environment Agency
Six new regional teams will be created

The Environment Agency (EA) is recruiting six business change managers to help it prepare for “new ways of working”, including working with six new delivery teams.

From 1 April, the EA is setting up six new “geographically based collaborative delivery teams” (CDTs) that will “bring together teams from across the Environment Agency and our supply chain to manage, design and construct our future programmes of work”, according to the recruitment advertisement.

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