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Regional Senior Manager (TOD)

Posted: 4 Nov 2020 Closes: 4 Dec 2020
National, National UK Competitive
Permanent & Full-time PwC_46006BR

Job description

Minimum Degree Required:
(Note: IFS Requires High School Diploma)

Degree Preferred:
Bachelor degree

Knowledge and Skills Preferred:

Demonstrates intimate-level abilities and/or a proven record of success managing efforts with identifying and addressing client needs:
  • Working independently and managing priorities;
  • Developing consulting quality communications to drive executive influence;
  • Demonstrating C-Suite Level engagement;
  • Possessing a consulting mindset to analytically look at opportunities and drive plans and solutions collaboratively;
  • Facilitating in large groups of executives;
  • Displaying a digitally progressive mindset with experience or interest in some components of the fourth industrial revolution including artificial intelligence, machine learning, innovation process, robotics, process automation and data and analytics;
  • Serving as the project manager for ongoing meetings with territories, and driving focus on solutions and delivery;
  • Enabling territory success by directly connecting territory leadership to network technology functional leaders/teams;
  • Providing strategic direction and escalation for territory and regional leadership;
  • Serving as a subject matter specialist for technology programs and strategies;
  • Sharing learnings and producing data/insights and benchmarking that helps territories to learn from others;
  • Escalating to regional leadership as appropriate;
  • Leading teams and programs successfully;
  • Driving project measurement success via analytics against a plan;
  • Possessing executive communication skills;
  • Acting as a trusted advisor to CSuite executives by proactively identifying opportunities and potential solutions for territory needs;
  • Advising stakeholders on relevant technical issues for their business area;
  • Navigating the complexities of global teams and engagements;
  • Building trust with teams and stakeholders through open and honest communication;
  • Navigating between big picture and strategic scenarios, while managing relevant detail;
  • Developing specialised expertise in one or more areas; and,
  • Identifying the root cause of issues and work toward correction, rather than just diagnosing the symptoms.
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