IAM Change Manager

The Contraste Europe Group builds strong relations with its clients. It offers a range of IT services such as: Advisory, Solutions, Applications and Infrastructure. The Group’s sector focus is with finance, utilities, public institutions and non-commercial organisations. We are operating on three countries located in Belgium, Luxemburg and France.

For one of our major clients in the retail sector, we are looking for an IAM Change Manager.


Advisory Services


Change Manager
Consultant (Specialist)






Brussels - Belgium

We offer

  • A challenging position in a fast growing company with an international presence.
  • A stimulating working environment with a really good team spirit maintained by lots of internal events (teambuilding, ...).
  • A dynamic culture focused on personal development.
  • A wide range of training and career development opportunities.

Your profile

  • Strong experience in IT Change Management
  • Experience in an end user SW training/communication is a plus
  • Languages: French, Dutch and English
  • Result oriented
  • Strong communication skills
  • Client orientation
  • Learning appetite, view on market trends, curiosity
  • Versatile & polyvalent, flexible on scope
  • Resilience on change, open for change
  • Team objectives prevail on individual objectives
  • Strong accountability   

Your role

You will be hosted in the IT Security Governance team. You will define, build and ensure the roll out, the communication and the training for the new IAM solution of our company. It includes several analyzes of the target audience, the needs and all the user guidelines.

Your main responsibilities:

  • You will be in charge of rolling out IAM system towards business teams.
  • You will setup and execute business IAM governance, communication and change plan
  • You will monitor business adoption coordinate business rollout activities
  • You will progress monitoring
  • You will be the voice of the business teams within the IT project team
  • In addition, security awareness campaigns should be part of the mission, as well as IT information sessions and a train the trainers program