The VP, Business Development role is a remote position responsible for developing close and credible relationships with new partners to increase revenue through the expansion of the partnership portfolios.
Overseeing the development of new business opportunities for current and potential clients and evaluate those opportunities for the best potential return on company resources and drive top-line revenue growth.
The VP of HIT will further develop and execute the service lines strategic plan, and establish and manage a mutually agreed annual budget. The VP of HIT will drive and support sales, revenue growth and business development initiatives and perform other duties related to the companys overall marketing strategy.
Supervise recruitment, training, retention, and management of all software development quality and technical documentation staff in accordance with the company hiring process, personnel policies, and budget requirements.
Develops annual long-range profit and strategic plans necessary to ensure future sales and profit growth. Attracts, motivates and leads a high performance, matrixed management team; attract, recruit and retain top talent; provides mentoring and development as a cornerstone for succession planning.
Successful candidates need the intellectual capacity and energy to work with some of the worlds brightest entrepreneurs, managing the most important transaction of their life, the sale of their company. International experience preferred as 70% of engagements involve a non-U.S. buyer or seller, and the willingness to be 24/7 as the dialogues aren't always in convenient time zones. Extensive travel involved.
In this role, you will provide leadership and set the tone for a high-performing company that intends to grow; Critically evaluate the Departments human resources needs/opportunities and help train or hire employees to meet those needs.
Develop and maintain an expert level of knowledge regarding products, services, and operations to achieve optimal insight into the company's products, services, capabilities, support, and functionality requirements.