Monster.com Jobs in Arlington
Strategic role to define roadmap priority for government focused Hiring Management Product Suite. Be a part of one of the fastest growing segments of our business and put your stamp on our Saas based hiring solutions. Responsibilities: Assess market opportunities for revenue expansion in the federal hiring space Create Opportunity Assessments explaining opportunity (size, cost, etc.) and present t...
Monster.com is hiring for a solid Sr. Release Engineer for our McLean, VA office! This is the key Release position in our Government Solutions group to work on web-based Human Capital Management and related software for federal, state, and local government client releases. You will be responsible for Software Configuration Management (SCM) administration, JAVA build tools and processes, internal d...
Senior Interaction Designers at Monster are responsible for creating intuitive experiences with technology by transforming data, workflow processes, and end user requirements into functional and usable software product designs. Monster is looking for a senior interaction designer who can take complex concepts and distill them into an intuitive user experience. If you are a self-starter who is comf...
Monster Worldwide is seeking a Senior Sales Operations Analyst to be responsible for managing key sales performance metric and business processes for Sales organizations specific to our Monster Government Solutions business. The Senior Sales Operations Analyst must have a demonstrated ability to analyze data, understand detail behind data, strategize and recommend solutions to sales management tea...
Job Description * Web Solutions Architect Primary responsibilities: The Solutions Architect is mainly responsible for leading the production of Tailored Recruitment Solutions, working as the sole contact for employers, and successfully managing the implementation of the solution throughout its lifecyle: 1. Analysis of needs, requirements, technology, restrictions. 2. Elaboration of the Execution S...
Monster.com is seeking a Senior Product Manager to lead opportunity identification and contribute towards the design for our government focused "Hiring Management Product Suite". This opening is within the Monster Government Solutions division where responsibilities will include defining roadmap priorities to support the Monster Government Solution's overall vision, strategy and goals. Essential F...
The Pricing Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of Pricing for Monster Public sector business, including pricing catalogs, contracts, RFP’s, RFI’s and ROM’s. The individual successfully partners with a variety of internal teams to make data-driven recommendations to pricing, product bundling and business models for a suite of software and services offerings. These recommendations are b...
POSITION DESCRIPTION Title: National Account Manager (Field) – Public Sector and Education GENERAL PURPOSE OF JOB To retain business through the provision of proactive, quality customer service and upsell opportunities and to close new business through the identification and pursuit of the Government clients in their territory. PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Manage existing customer accounts Ac...
Manage and deliver HR-related software implementation projects for government clients. Increase customer satisfaction through continuous improvement and delivery of quality products and services. The Monster Government Professional Services team is a consulting organization that develops solutions with our government clients to solve their Human Capital Management needs. The Project Manager partne...
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