Lead cross-functional teams (including but not limited to product development, purchasing, sourcing, planning, quality, compliance, test, marketing, facilities, and manufacturing) through the NPI process.
Responsible for the sourcing, securing, developing, and retaining profitable business banking relationships within the assigned region. Primary focus is on finding new business opportunities to sell the Banks products and services and retaining and expanding existing relationships.
Manages and coordinates the operational activities for assigned functional areas/regions. Ensures quality service and effective operations support for all of the assigned internal and external customers. Accomplishes results through the effective management of staff that may range from lower level non-exempt through exempt level professionals.
Work with other senior Water and Environment Business Unit (WEBU) Managers, Marketing, and Business Development Leaders to initiate, identify and support project pursuits and assist in project execution.
Responsible for the overall affluent client experience, ensuring that the relationship team addresses a 360-degree view of Private Client Group (PCG) affluent clients needs. Delivers the full spectrum of U.S. Bank products and services with respect to capabilities and solutions, which includes identification of other experts such as mortgage, small business banking and personal trust services.
The Sr. Project Engineer/Project Manager supports project and development initiatives, such as: stream, river and estuary restoration; Hydrologic, Hydraulic, and Geomorphic Analyses; bioengineering, urban stormwater retrofit, stormwater treatment/green infrastructure, flood hazard mitigation, and infrastructure master planning.
The Manager of Human Resources is responsible for facilitating partnerships across the Human Resources function to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflect the business objectives of the organization.