Chief of Staff - Software and Peripherals
Primary Location: Frenchs Forest, Australia
Adelaide, Australia; Brisbane, Australia; Melbourne, Australia; Perth, Australia; St Leonards, Australia
A Chief of Staff will use strong leadership, project management, and problem-solving skills to assist with the daily/ongoing operations of Software and Peripherals (S&P) Product Group. The Chief of Staff is also expected to act as a consultant to the S&P GM, offering recommendations on how to measure progress.
Develop, plan and manage the Business Management (BMS) cadence for the Executive’s organization, consisting of Staff meetings, Monthly Ops Reviews, Quarterly Business Reviews, semi-annual Leadership Meetings and other ongoing meetings as needed
Collaborate with S&P GM and Leadership team to determine and prioritize business strategies, and support key strategic programs and initiatives to ensure key actions are being captured, tracked, and completed
Build and sustain effective communications and strategic executive presentations with global stakeholders and cross-functional teams; Work closely with executive communications (as applicable) to support speaking engagements on behalf of the Executive
Lead rigorous process improvement efforts, along with complex problem solving globally
Responsible with SVP of delivering annual plan, financial performance and the organization’s relative performance
Note that the Chief of Staff will be expected to travel up to 25% of the time ensuring balanced coverage between technology partners and the regional teams (pending Covid-19 travel restrictions)
8 to 12 years of related experience in planning, communication, organization and people management and motivation skill
Strong leadership and project management skills
Excellent communication and influencing skills
Process oriented - able to prioritize projects and deliverables. Self-motivated, enthusiastic and positive attitude
Deals well with ambiguity and able to define a path forward
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Job ID: R092325