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KPMG is currently seeking a Director, Market Development Business Relationship Management to join our Digital Business Transformation organization. This opportunity is open to internal candidates from all KPMG US locations and external candidates interested in being based in one of the cities listed within this posting.
Strategic and proactive accountability to ensure long term technology delivery of business objectives align with the organization's technology strategy; understand the business strategy, processes and decision makers; and foster participation in solution fiscal planning, scope, prioritization, delivery, and enhancement of solutions
Accountable for managing business priorities and acting as proxy for business in IT discussion
Develop solid business relationships becoming a trusted advisor with key leaders and stakeholders to pro-actively support business objectives and effectively manage business demand for technology services; Facilitate emerging technology showcase discussions and advocate for digital literacy within business
Act as business executive level escalation point, communicating risk and overall health of the portfolio, providing recommendations to resolve issues and evaluating alternative implementations as needed while steering overall business expectations, perceptions and support ongoing two way communication of technology strategies, priorities and governance
Outline technology fiscal planning and be accountable for overall technology spend, including budget allocations and updated budget forecasts
Work within our broader team to ensure projects are delivered according to business expectations, understand internal changes (e.g. upgrades to infrastructure, technology refreshes, and internal projects) that need to be prioritized and scheduled in the change plan
Minimum ten years of experience in technology software development, operations, and business process development; Big 4 or consulting experience is preferred
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university; Master's degree is preferred; Or equivalent work experience
Outstanding verbal/written communication, collaboration, presentation and negotiation skills to lead an environment driven by customer service and team work with the ability to foster the development of high performance teams
Creative thinker with ability to identify innovative business solutions and ability to develop strategic organization and resource plans, defining next generation business and leadership needs
Excellent verbal/written communication, collaboration, analytical and presentation skills to lead an environment driven by customer service and team work
Ability to travel twenty percent
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