The Managing Director, Technology will drive results within a mission-driven, high-performance culture by leading a diverse and talented team integral to the creation, improvement, and maintenance of Harvard Business School Online platforms and systems that deliver world-class, case-based online courses at scale to learners around the world. Reporting to the ED, this position will facilitate the design and implementation of productive, efficient, and scalable systems for HBS Online platforms and development practices. This role requires exceptional communication, analytical, and technical skills; it demands carefully thought out, results-driven decisions that meet current needs and anticipate future growth in terms of servicing volume and accommodating new business models. The successful candidate will be a strong people manager who can
BS in related field
10+ years experience leading teams
Master's degree or equivalent exposure to related fields preferred
An understanding of digital accessibility requirements as they relate to consumer-facing technology and the development of digital accessibility-compliant products
Ability to thrive in a growing organization and support teams as they navigate change
Experience supporting a maturing organization via business process automation
Experience scaling and maintaining web and mobile products that serve 100k+ users
Modern information assurance and security techniques; experience with data security certification preferred
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Internal Number: 48939BR
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