In this role, you will focus the majority of their time deepening relationships by connecting customers to sales specialists and offering appropriate financial solutions and services to both individual and small business clients.
The Project Manager is the primary interface between various business units (or business partners) and the IS teams. They will be responsible for facilitating, prioritizing and communicating functional and technical requirements of large-scale projects to the IS teams.
Responsible for anticipating bottlenecks, provide escalation management, making technical tradeoffs, while balancing customer needs with technical constraints. You thrive with large, complex projects and break them down into manageable pieces. You can deliver projects in a successful and timely manner.
Manages a marketing center or group, including training, monitoring performance issues, promoting a team environment, provides work direction and promotes an environment of innovation and though leadership.
The Administrator serves as the CEO of the center. As such, he/she has full accountability for clinical quality, business and strategic planning, financial results, personnel recruitment, development and oversight, operational effectiveness, facility management and regulatory compliance.
Under direction, provides professional and project management expertise in the direction of highly unconventional projects requiring multiple technical units and/or subcontractors, heavy regulatory agency involvement or extremely complex technical requirements.
Leads the team to prepare for Phase Gate and other Go/No-Go decisions by executive leadership, ensuring that decisions are informed by a balanced and clearly articulated representation of the relevant data.
The Plant Manager will grow company value by ensuring efficient, timely and cost effective manufacturing, shipment of high quality products in a regulated environment; contribute to the strategic planning of the organization while demonstrating servant leadership.
The Market Sales Manager will be expected to be the expert on the local golf economy, which includes detailed knowledge of the golf courses, golf marketing outlets, market leaders, decision makers, macroeconomic issues and key competitors.