Industry Consultant: INDUSTRY.Banking
Your Role and Responsibilities
Over the past 100 years, IBMers all over the globe have helped make the world work better and smarter. In this new era of Cognitive Business, IBM is helping to reshape industries by bringing together our expertise in Cloud, Analytics, Security, Mobile, and the Internet of Things: Changing how we create, collaborate, analyze and engage. From transforming healthcare to improving the retail shopping experience it s what IBMers do. In Africa, we ve been changing the way the continent does business for more than 50 years, and as our company continues to grow, we re looking for talented professionals to join us in this new era.
Join us and be part of a diverse and global team of thinkers and doers, and make an impact.
The consultant here will be Advising clients regarding products & solutions for solving problems in the banking Industry. Specialists is knowledgeable in the trends and directions of the industry, the marketplace, and the players. This specialization requires broad knowledge of the Banking industry and deep knowledge of clients' businesses and how it relates to specific Banking segments.
IBM s Industry Consultants are essential to our clients as they work to reinvent themselves for the future. Join our highly visible and highly skilled team of global consultants as we strive to accelerate sales, deliver client engagements, and build IBM s market eminence. If you are a forward-thinker and a curious intellectual, we welcome you to apply for your next exciting career challenge!
Required Technical and Professional Expertise
The candidate has to have thorough understanding of the nature of the business problems in a given industry, and the products and solutions that provide value in solving those problems. The candidate should be knowledgeable in the trends and directions of the industry, the marketplace, and the players.
Preferred Technical and Professional Experience
Professional knowledge of function, business unit or country operations. Understand organizational resources, priorities, needs and policies.
Guide other professionals. Adapt communications and approaches to conclude negotiations with various partners, resulting in common agreements.
Analyze complex/new situations, anticipate potential problems and future trends, assess opportunities, impacts, and risks. Develop and implement solutions.
Leads multi-functional teams, or conducts special projects, or manages department(s) (national or international). Has vision of functional or unit mission. Influences people and organizations, including executive management, when issues are complex/difficult and require considerable diplomacy. Considerable latitude in responsibilities to define and decide on tools, processes, priorities and resources following general business unit directives.