The Business Lead will support project sponsors by leading a number of program management efforts associated with the successful delivery of the project, partnering closely with functional teams across Infrastructure, and will work directly with a VP within Infrastructure. As a Business Lead, you will drive the successful execution of significant and high visibility projects on behalf of business project sponsors. You will ensure assembly of the right cross-functional team, build alignment and support among key stakeholders, tailor the most appropriate project management framework, and lead the overall execution across all aspects of the project. A successful Business Lead will be organized, strong in project management, able to shift seamlessly between strategic counsel and smaller daily tasks and have excellent communications. This person should be a team-player and eager to work in a fast-paced, high-expectations environment.

Business Lead, Network Infrastructure Responsibilities:

Project management of Infrastructure leadership processes includes: internal communications (Q&A, All-Hands, posts or email update etc.), business updates (business reviews, bi-annual management team updates etc.) and resource allocations.
Own and operate the rhythm of the business and executive meetings including but not limited to: agenda, follow-up actions, notes, etc.
Develop and manage end-to-end project and program plans and ensure on-time delivery. Provide day-to-day coordination and communication of projects and tasks.
Act as a liaison walking the line between business and technology.
Support and act as an extension of executive level business project sponsors.
Interface and consult regularly with internal cross-functional teams.
Be a representative in planning, strategy and cross-functional meetings and events.
Stay up-to-date with trends in business, commerce and technology.
Continually refine best practices for cross-functional program management consistent with Meta culture.
Build relationships, gain consensus, remove tension/roadblocks and focus on the solution.
Navigating business structures while maintaining confidentiality and discretion.
Motivating and focusing a group of people/organization to reach challenging goals.
Capturing concepts and communicating them to stakeholders.
Identify and understand user needs, gathering requirements, and defining scope.

Minimum Qualifications:

7+ years of program management experience or equivalent experience.
2+ years of experience supporting senior executives, director level and above as a program manager or Chief of Staff.
2+ years of experience working on operational issues spanning Legal, Communications, Finance, and HR.
2+ years of communication experience (e.g. Working in partnership with technical management teams to develop processes and solutions).
Experience establishing work relationships across multi-disciplinary teams and multiple partners in different time zones.
Experience operating autonomously across multiple teams, demonstrated critical thinking, and thought leadership.

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