Consultant at Wenger & Watson Inc.
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Client Principal - Business Development + Account Management - IT (12-17 yrs)
- You have 12-17 years experience in executive revenue-generating roles and bring comprehensive business acumen to your account strategies, cultivating 'win-win' value propositions at both company and individual levels. At Least 3 years into Delivery Management or Pre-sales.
- You understand agile custom software delivery and can motivate tech teams with creativity and enthusiasm
- Bonus points if you are well versed in agile delivery best practices Professional skills
- A forward-thinking mindset - you infuse thought leadership and innovation into how you partner with a client
- A natural consultant, you're solutions-oriented and influence decisions by bringing in relevant industry trends and client stories
- You're able to balance strategy and execution, while crafting visions and taking a progressive stance on agendas that drive change
- You're comfortable interfacing with C-suite on their strategy, ensuring that we're delivering the expected outcomes while staying a step ahead to propose new solutions that may increase revenue
- Taking abstract, technical or strategic concepts and translating them into actionable ideas comes naturally for you
- You thrive in a collaborative, flat environment that values transparency, openness, feedback and change
- You don't shy away from negotiation - you see it as an opportunity to establish credibility and a positive rapport with the client
Other things to know:
- There is no one-size-fits-all career path at Thoughtworks: however you want to develop your career is entirely up to you. But we also balance autonomy with the strength of our cultivation culture.
- This means your career is supported by interactive tools, numerous development programs and teammates who want to help you grow. We see value in helping each other be our best and that extends to empowering our employees in their career journeys.
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