Leading transformative technology projects and making change happen

New software rollouts. System integrations. Regulatory changes. Successfully launching an MVP or overhauling an initial business plan. From multinational enterprises to start-ups and scale-ups, agile Change Management professionals are needed right now to manage these transitions.

If you’re an experienced Change Manager, trained in Agile methodologies and skilled in securing stakeholder buy-in and user adoption of new initiatives, you’re in demand.

Whatever industry, sector or organisation size you want to work in, we’ll connect you with exceptional opportunities – and help make change happen for you too.

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We’ll work with you to identify roles where you can make the most use of your skills – roles you won’t find elsewhere – and we’ll help you to develop these skills, with access to top-class training. You know just how important good communication is, so we’ll keep you updated and support you every step of the way.

We listen to what you want and make sure the jobs we suggest match with what matters most to you. And most importantly, we’ll then help you to secure a role that’s just right for you.

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Your Projects & Change Management job questions, answered

What does a Technology Project Manager do?  

Broadly speaking, a Technology Project Manager manages Technology projects end-to-end to help organisations achieve their Technology goals. This means you’ll be responsible for designing, planning, directing, executing, monitoring, and completing projects that meet business needs and requirements. Project Managers are also expected to challenge the status quo and bring new ideas on improving team efficiency and business operations.  
Additionally, Technology Project Managers may also be expected to coordinate the work of other Technology professionals both inhouse or third-party resources and serve as a liaison between business stakeholders and the project delivery team.  

What salary does a Technology Project Manager earn in Hong Kong SAR?  

Technology Project Manager salaries will vary depending on location, industry, and type of business, but generally, salaries will average between HKD $660 - 840K.  
Make sure to download our Hays Greater China Technology Salary Guide to benchmark the latest salaries.

What is Change Management within Technology?  

Within Technology, Change Management usually refers to the practice of managing large-scale shifts onto new Technology systems – sometimes critical – based on organisational needs while ensuring minimal disruptions to the daily operations of the business. Change professionals also focus on increasing the adoption rate for new projects or technologies across a variety of teams.  
More broadly Change Management refers to organisational change, with a focus on the human context. In the post-Covid world, marked by shifting priorities and business transformation, the Change Manager has an instrumental role to play.  

What skills does a Technology Change Manager need to have?  

Aside from a sound understanding of change and project methodologies, the makings of a successful Technology Change Manager lie in their ability to empathise and communicate with both technical and non-technical business teams. Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills at all levels of an organisation are essential.  
The nature of the role demands that the Change Manager is organised and has a high level of time management. If you have this background and extensive knowledge or experience in technology, you’ll see a tonne of opportunities come your way!  

What's the career path for a Change Manager?  

As technologies evolve, the need for Change Managers is higher than ever, to minimise potential disruptions to the business as systems and tools changes are implemented.  
Thus, there will be ongoing career options for Change Managers, and as you gain more experience, you can expect to take on roles involving larger and more complex change, as well as more senior and leadership positions including Head of Projects, Head of Change, Head of PMO or general management roles.