Treasury & Transaction Banking Functional Senior Manager
This is anextraordinary opportunity to build a rewarding career – with excellent benefits– at Accenture. Working in highly collaborative teams for world-leadingclients, we'll nurture your talent in an inclusive culture that valuesdiversity. While fast-tracking your career, you'll have the flexibility topursue your specialist passions. So, whatever your work and life goals, we'llhelp you achieve them sooner.
People inour Client & Market career trackdrive profitable growth by developing market-relevant insights to increasemarket share or create new markets. They progress through required promotioninto market-facing roles that have a direct impact on sales.
Management Consulting professionals designand implement process and change interventions that integrate strategy,technology and people to enable process improvements that create value forclients.
TheManagement Consultant Senior Manager reengineers business processes to driveefficiency and optimize the client's business, within a function, industry,technical and/or digital area.
ChangeManagement professionals provide knowledge and experience related to theskills, structures, tools and support mechanisms needed to handle change and tofoster an environment conducive to sustaining that change.
Aprofessional at this position level within Accenture has the followingresponsibilities:
SeniorManager to execute/lead process-oriented programs in Banking and Operations -Business Optimization space. Also responsible for: assisting in shapingofferings in Business Optimization, identifying potential sales opportunitiesand executing sales process for B&O Business Optimization offerings.Identify talent and mentor junior B&O Business Optimization practicemembers. Design and implement business changes that drive industry-specific,function and digital operating model transformation, focusing on task relatingto people and process.
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As a change management consultant, Nahomie focuses on helping clients successfully transition as their organizations adopt new systems and new processes.
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