Software and Platforms Strategy - New York, Harford, CT, Philadelphia, PA., NJ,
Our client has a global strategy consulting practice empowering the C-suite of the largest companies in the world to thrive in the new, the now and the unknown. We are seeking a Senior Manager Software and Platforms.
We are seeking a true strategist with the skills to earn the trust of senior leaders at client organizations and partner with them to create strategic solutions. We want a Strategy expert with experience working across the Software and Platform industry. As a strategist, you are an expert at defining the future state of the Software and Platform industry and developing a path to enable your clients to get there.
Your role is both delivery and sales, shaping solutions for clients and maintaining and growing the software and platform industry. You will lead teams delivering world-class strategy solutions that meet the needs of clients in the Software & Platform Strategy. In addition, you will lead project delivery to make sure clients are positioned for long-term success with practical strategic road maps for carrying out strategy, managing change, monitoring and gauging processes, and taking remedial steps.
To qualify you will need the following skills:
7 years of professional experience consulting for or working in the Software, Platforms, and Media industry
7+ years of experience at aconsulting firm
Excellent communication skills, written and verbal
A proven track record of delivery on complex and impactful client engagements.
Skilled in quantitative analysis and research to generate recommendations and insights and drive positive outcomes.
Experienced being a thought leader by creating content and taking part in professional forums, both internal and external
Prove ability mentoring junior members of the Strategy team and groom them for more responsibility.
Barbara Ziegler is the founder and sole proprietor of HiRe Solutions. Barbara has more than 20+ years of recruiting experience. She started her recruiting career when she left Colorado State University and became a recruiter for local Fort Collins, Colorado, firm Rocky Mountain Recruiting.
In 1992, Barbara established the information technology recruiting arm of a small biotech recruiting firm. The owner entrusted Barbara to build the business and train all their recruiters as the business expanded. The technology recruiting arm became so valuable that the biotech division closed and put 100% of its efforts into technology recruiting. The IT recruiting division had grown from one employee to 100+ clients and 12 employees.