- Bachelor’s degree (advanced degree preferred)
- 5 years’ work experience setting up or operating a shared service center in the following areas: finance, human resources, IT, or procurement,preferably in financial services
- Experience in leading large implementation programs crossing multiple functions
- Knowledge of continuous improvement tools and techniques is strongly preferred
- Superior problem solving and analytical skills
- Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment
- Skills to communicate complex ideas effectively
- Comfort with extensive travel
- Experience with IT solutions and IT supported planning methods
- Experience with web based solutions, mobile application development and integrated business planning, Always On preferred but not required
- Digital transformation of end-to-end journeys at scale, using multiple levers/ technologies in a cohesive way. Examples include digitization, advanced analytics, robotics, artificial intelligence, etc.. Transformations rooted in agile way of working.
- Deep understanding of technology (ie. understands the process of coding and the technology that goes with it)
- Fluency in “agile” way of working and direct experience of the same
- Experience in delivery of large scale digital
- Experience designing solutions/ business processes/ operating models
HO YOU'LL WORK WITH
You’ll be working with McKinsey Implementation – a rapidly growing capability for our firm – in one of our offices in North America. As a member of MI, you’ll work closely with our client project teams, providing end-to-end support to ensure the clients are able to deliver and sustain the full benefits of McKinsey’s recommended change in their business.
Part of our Service Operations group, Corporate & Business Functions is a critical component delivering deep benchmarking and implementation capabilities with cross-cutting foundation capabilities to deliver significant and sustainable cost impact. Corporate and business functions—such as finance, human resources, IT, procurement, legal, and facilities management—represent a significant investment for companies and are essential to almost every organization.