IBM Project Executive in Raleigh, North Carolina

Prefer Candidates in the North East RegionIBM is seeking to hire a Project Executive. This role constructs partnerships between clients, team IBM, vendors, and subcontractor organizations and manages the implementation of these partnerships to address business opportunities for the IBM Corporation. They have equally balanced skills in five key general management areas of client relationship management, consultative selling, financial/business management, portfolio/program management and team/people management. In this role, the candidate will be the primary focal point and owner for all activities on a large complex contract. The candidate will also be accountable for meeting revenue, profit, and growth objectives and for improving overall customer satisfaction targets. Project Executives are responsible for building and maintaining client relationships at all levels with the objective of being a trusted business partner. The candidate will be expected to proactively work with client to identify their business objectives, priorities, and directions, critical success factors, and applies this knowledge to establish an implement an Account Strategy. The candidate will translate customer requirements into formal agreements, establishing specific solutions, and leading the efforts that culminate in client acceptance of the results. The candidate will also have overall responsibility for your contractual cost, schedule, and contractual deliverables. Project Executives will manage IBM resources and coordinate client resources to deliver services and solutions to support the client organization. The candidate will be recognized for business acumen by the customer set you support. GTS PE

  • At least 8 years experience in IT Infrastructure or complex program management

  • At least 8 years experience in demonstrated success in selling or consultative sales

  • At least 8 years experience in direct client interfacing roles with business and financial management responsibilities

  • Readiness to travel 75% travel annually

Domestic Non-Delivery