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Accenture

Travel Consulting Manager

Business and Financial Operations

All

Yearly

Full Time

No

Overland Park, Kansas, United States

We Are:
Accenture Strategy & Consulting. Through deep industry expertise, analytics and insights, we empower clients to survive and thrive in the new, the now, and the unknown. To stay agile in a world dominated by change, the C-suite must keep the core business running while simultaneously identifying and investing in the new. We enable leaders to act quickly and confidently as they pivot to the future. Known for our ability to execute at speed, we help clients determine clear, actionable paths to competitive agility by bringing them new thinking on business and technology.

The Work:

  • Grasp clients’ business options in the context of global, economic, technology, and social trends.

  • Rapidly design new experiences, products and capabilities at the intersection of Travel, Retail, Health and other applicable industries

  • Assist clients with industry shifts taking place within the competitive marketplace – inclusive of new market entrants, evolving experiences, products or implementation capabilities

  • Help clients achieve long-term success by drawing up practical road maps that help clients carry out strategy, manage change, monitor and gauge processes, and rectify issues if needed

  • Build relationships with clients to sustain Accenture’s profile as a long-term trusted advisor and partner

  • Identify opportunities, and provider leadership in getting them closed.

  • Identify opportunities for extension, cross-sell or up-sell of sold deals

  • Lead team(s) of Travel and other Accenture group practitioners, and build highly successful and efficient teams

  • Coach and develop junior team members towards more responsibility and enhanced roles

  • Become a thought leader that is recognized within the Industry and keep deepening your prowess in Travel strategy, industry solutions, and industry convergence across Travel, Retail and Health

Qualifications

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 5 years of professional experience in a sales, marketing, product, operations or commercial strategy role in one or more of the Travel sub-industries (Aviation, Hospitality, Cruise Line, Car Rental or Facility Services) or in a converging industry (like Retail)

  • Responsibility for two or more of the following:

  • Making strategic recommendations (or decisions) for critical experiences, products or services of the organization

  • Managing a P&L or a pipeline of business development opportunities

  • Working on multiple products or deals at the same time

  • Providing enterprise level technology advisory to executive leadership

  • Ability to build Business Cases that are the basis for large enterprise wide initiatives

  • Being able in a compelling way to tell the story of a large change or transformation to an executive audience

  • Bringing an existing network of relationships within the Travel industry at decision making levels (Director or up)

  • Bachelor’s Degree

Bonus Points if:

Bringing one or more of below experiences:

  • Professional experience (>2 years) in Travel Marketing or Loyalty

  • Professional experience (>2 years) in Travel B2B Sales process and technology

  • Professional experience (>2 years) in Aviation Operations and/or Labor

  • Professional experience (>2 years) in Aviation IT Systems / Architecture

  • Professional experience (>2 years) in Hotel Operations

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