Senior Organizational Development Consultant


This position requires a broad range of consulting and facilitation capabilities supporting the development and implementation of goals and strategies for creating and sustaining a high performing organization. Consultants will need a solid grasp of organizational development principles required to guide organizations, departments and teams through the full spectrum of performance starting with the fundamentals. Consultants must have the experience base, knowledge, and ability to assimilate Shackleton Group developed models. Critical skills include rapid assessment of organizational dynamics, along with developing recommendations, models and tools to meet the clients needs. Consultants must also be able to integrate into client environments and facilitate the organization through the creation of high performance. Integrity and professionalism are paramount. Shackleton Group is headquartered in Denver, CO, but consults with clients nationwide. The advertised position expects the consultant to normally work from home and travel to client work spaces or to Corporate Headquarters when required.


Primarily on the east coast, specifically Southern Maryland, but we are responsive to multiple locations across the country depending on client needs and location.

Client Focus

Provide consulting and facilitation services to clients relating to the development of their organization. Duties include but are not limited to:

  • The ability to conduct organizational assessments and analysis
  • Facilitation, development, analysis, presentation, and submission of survey results
  • Facilitation, capture, and presentation of organizational strategy, structure and training
  • Facilitation, capture and presentation of all supporting elements of an organization (i.e process mapping, communications and structure plans, charters, iQMSLs, etc.)
  • Facilitation, capture and presentation of individual and team development plans
  • Facilitation and delivery of classes, training and presentations
  • Maintains and updates knowledge of: change management theory, principles, and practices; management and leadership approaches; and instructional design and delivery techniques in order to develop personal areas for improvement and also to make recommendations to assist client learning
  • Crucial experience requirements:
    • Leadership, issue mitigation, and influence skills paramount
    • Facilitation skills in multiple venues
    • Written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
    • Process mapping, process improvement and assessment


Education & Qualifications

  • Masters Degree in Organization Development, Business Administration, Change Management
  • In lieu of Masters Degree, a Bachelors degree with 3-5 years of Organizational Development or Change Management experience
  • Acquisition, military, government experience desired but not required
  • Working knowledge of:
    • O.D. theories, principles and methods; organizational analysis and change management skills
    • Training and development needs analyses, program development and delivery
    • Microsoft Office suite of products


Julie Manning
Director of Human Resources and Admin