Managers/Directors play four key roles at MarketBridge:
- Project and Client Management: A Director is the primary point person responsible for engagement delivery, managing project timelines, workstreams, deliverables, team members and clients to a satisfactory outcome.
- Strategic Analysis and Presentation Development: Directors develop and test hypotheses, develop solutions, and present findings for our clients, ultimately building consensus through fact-based narratives.
- Develop Go-to-Market and Industry Expertise: Directors will focus on developing expertise in specific functional areas of Marketing and Sales, as well as expertise in at least one focus industry such as insurance, health care, technology, or media. The ideal candidate will bring a starter kit of expertise, and continue to grow that toolkit as they progress at MarketBridge.
- Business Development: Directors support business development with thought leadership (writing and presenting), as well as partnering with Vice Presidents to develop deeper relationships with our clients, and occasionally pursue new accounts. The Director role is a stepping stone to the Vice President role, which has a more leveraged compensation plan and formal business development targets.
Qualifications & Expectations
An ideal candidate will have, and will be able to demonstrate during the interview process:
- Consulting or agency experience, preferably six years or more
- Experience working for and with Fortune 500 accounts and clients
- Significant experience in one or more of the following industries: Tech, health care, financial services, insurance, business services, or media.
- Strong problem solving and analysis skills
- An aptitude for teamwork and leadership
- A track record of managing multiple detailed projects and project elements
At MarketBridge, you’ll find people who are intellectually stimulated problem solvers who can turn ambiguity into results and take ownership of everything that they do. Candidates should:
- Have strong analytical and quantitative skills
- Be open to new experiences and show intellectual curiosity
- Have a strong leadership drive
- Be genuinely nice and care about other people
- Show mastery of Microsoft Office tools (specifically PowerPoint and Excel)
- Have at least a Bachelor’s Degree, MBA or other Master’s degree a plus
- Be able to work in the U.S. without sponsorship