Senior Director-Program Management

The Senior Director - Program Management, is a member of the Emerging Business Unit (EBU). This is a newly formed, highly visible team that is key to Moody's Analytics' (MA) long-term growth strategy that will lead our efforts to better understand and adapt to an environment characterized by widespread, technology-driven
change. The EBU is charged with supporting innovation within our existing LOBs, developing opportunities in the
"whitespace", enhancing our innovation process and understanding customers' technology preferences.

The Senior Director - Program Management, will be responsible for developing the EBU project management organization and will be responsible for:
  • Project management of EBU projects and projects that the EBU is running on behalf of MA with the shared services organization.
  • Development and formalization of the MA innovation process working with other members of the EBU leadership team.
  • Development of dashboards and reporting tools to share the status of EBU initiatives with executive management.
  • Promote investigation and application of new technologies and industry trends and foster a culture of continuous improvement.

Emerging Business Unit

  • Undergraduate/first-level degree (e.g., Bachelor's degree) required, graduate / second-level degree (e.g.
    MBA, Master's) preferred.
  • Minimum 12 years of related experience.
  • Thorough knowledge of project management processes - especially Agile practices - is essential.
  • Experience managing cross-function teams.
  • Detail-oriented disposition and clear, concise communication skills.
  • Thorough understanding of the technologies used in software development
  • Knowledge of applied mathematics, finance and credit risk.
  • Excellent leadership skills to foster teamwork.

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