Deloitte Manager, Office of the US Chief Operating Officer in Helena, Montana
The US Office of the COO is seeking candidates to join our team of experienced, internal consultants to drive The Compass process-development of a quarterly "management discussion and analysis" publication to the US firms' leadership audience (6K+ of partners, principals, and managing directors). The Compass covers a broad range of topics, including the US firms' financial and operational performance, firm strategy, key strategic investments, and growth areas. This position will report to an experienced Senior Manager in the Office of the COO and will lead a small team, collaborating with senior leaders in Finance and across the firm. We invite candidates with relevant project management, operational strategy, or investor relations backgrounds to apply.
About the team
The US Office of the COO supports the US firms' COO and CFO with day-to-day operational activities and drives select special/strategic projects and initiatives that represent top priorities for the COO and CFO. Our team consists of practitioners with backgrounds in strategy and operations business consulting, as well as business project management and executive governance/support.
Work you'll do:
Collaborate on executing the quarterly Compass process, including annual/quarterly strategic topic development, planning, and reviews by the US COO, CFO, and other C-suite executives/their teams.
Collaborate with diverse teams across Finance and other areas of the firm and to source and shape each narrative to be included in each Compass issue. About 50% of the content generally follows a recurring theme and covers the US firms' financial and operational performance, and another 50% of the content relates to top-of-mind strategic topics that vary each quarter.
Drive narrative creation in an impactful and visually engaging way. Collaborate with subject matter owners/experts (and help them draft stories as needed), and a Creative Services designer to optimize visual presentation.
Manage The Compass quarterly creation process, including planning of topics, sourcing of content, drafting content, managing leadership review cycles, and executing production/publication.
Coach and develop junior team members.
5-6 years of professional experience. 1-2+ years in Investor Relations, Consulting and/or professional services. Experience with operational strategy/business transformation is valued.
Outstanding communication skills: Written, oral, and presentation. Ability to take large volumes of data/information and distill down into executive-level narratives. Experience with narrative development to executive audiences.
Experience/familiarity with a firm's P&L, balance sheet and financial statements. Strong ability to interpret information and financial concepts and apply them to business analysis.
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills with strong attention to detail.
Executive presence and comfort interacting with senior leaders.
Advanced proficiency with PowerPoint and Excel. Knowledge of Adobe InDesign is appreciated.
Comfort with working in a virtual environment and operating under tight deadlines. Occasional extended hours or weekend work will be required. Limited to no travel.
Bachelor's degree required. A Master's degree / MBA is preferred.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.