Organizational Development Analyst III
Washington , District of Columbia
October 17, 2017


Are you interested in helping solve today's most critical housing challenges? In simplest terms, Fannie Mae serves the people who house America. We work at the heart of housing by providing reliable, affordable mortgage financing in all markets at all times, buying loans that banks and other lenders originate, so they can fund new loans. This gives more people the opportunity to buy, refinance, or rent homes and apartments. Creating these opportunities is what drives the people who work at Fannie Mae.

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With considerable latitude, work with corporate and Human Resource management to plan and execute corporate-wide or business unit organizational change exercises to accomplish restructuring, cultural change, or other organizational initiatives. Assess readiness and obstacles to change and determine optimal pathways and methods to accomplish change. May evaluate and recommend adoption of existing change, process improvement, and project management methodologies.

  • Design and implement company-wide or business unit-wide organizational development initiatives such as restructuring, strategic planning and employee engagement programs.
  • Conduct needs assessment to identify and prioritize organizational development projects.
  • Develop content for and facilitate workshops designed to plan and accomplish organization change initiatives.
  • Coordinate with corporate communications on organization change objectives and related messaging strategy.
  • Use data from surveys, reporting/analytics tools and other sources to identify and communicate organizational needs/challenges, influence leaders and measure success of change initiatives.
  • Support the development needs of a specific employee population in areas such as immersion/assimilation, career development, and transition coaching.
  • Work with senior management to ensure that critical business strategies are implemented within units reporting to them.
  • May take a lead role in managing and completing special projects.

  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent required

  • 6 years of related experience

  • Experience consulting with leaders on strategic or human capital challenges.
  • Experience restructuring functions or organizations.
  • Experience facilitating workshops with Senior Management.
  • Experience managing Senior-Level Stakeholders.
  • Experience managing across multiple projects simultaneously.


As a condition of employment with Fannie Mae, any successful job applicant will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screen and to successfully complete a background investigation.

Fannie Mae is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

A little about us:
We’re leading the way to provide safe, affordable, and reliable credit, so people across the U.S. have opportunities to buy, refinance, or rent homes.

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