Banking and Financial Services continues to be a hot industry focus for IT and Management Consultancy firms but other industries are also showing strong growth as the economy continues to improve. Here are some of the new opportunities Bluespeed has been tasked with promoting for our group of Clients.
The bulk of our clients are Offshore System Integration and Business Advisory Consulting firms. They have asked us to introduce candidates to them that are currently working for their closest competitors. Typically, these candidates are employed by a Big4 Consulting firm or one of the leading Offshore firms.
Business Advisory Services Consultant/Partner – Financial Services Asset Management Northeast NY/NJ/MA 120k-160k Base OTE 160k-220k
Business Advisory Services Consultant/Partner – Financial Services Brokerage Firms Northeast NY/NJ/MA 120k -160k Base OTE 160k -220k
Consulting Practice Head – Life Insurance Business Advisor NYC 130k – 190k Base OTE 180k – 250k
Domain Consulting Partner Securities and Capital Markets Northeast NY/NJ/MA 120k – 140k Base OTE 150k – 200k
Sales Executive – IT Services to Retail Chicago 130k – 150k Base OTE 200k+ Uncapped
Sales Executive – ITO/BPO Services to Banking and Financial Services Northeast 120k – 180k Base OTE 200k – 300k Uncapped
Sales Executive – ITO/BPO Services to Banking and Financial Services Bay Area 120k – 180k Base OTE 200k – 300k Uncapped
Sales Executive – ITO/BPO Services to Life Sciences and Healthcare Northeast 120k – 160k Base OTE 200k – 260k Uncapped
Sales Executive – ITO/BPO Services to Manufacturing West Coast CA/WA 120k – 160k Base OTE 200k – 260k Uncapped
Practice Director IT Services Manufacturing Chicago/Dallas 175k – 210k OTE 200k – 280k
Engagement Manager ITO/BPO Services to Telecommunications Bay Area 120k – 140k Base OTE 150k – 160k
Client Partner IT Services Banking and Financial Services Boston 130k – 150k OTE 170k – 220k
To express interest in one or more of these opportunities, please send your resume or detailed LinkedIn bio to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All qualified applicants can expect to have a detailed conversation with a representative of Bluespeed about their background, desires and the opportunity. We will be interested in hearing more about the accomplishments noted on your resume, as well as your future aspirations, salary requirements and other particulars. At that point, we will also provide you with detailed information on the opportunity and Client Company, complete with a job description, white papers, websites and any additional information we may have. Next, we will work with you to create a compelling presentation of your abilities and desires to submit to our client. Finally – with our Managing Partner’s approval and your blessing – we will submit the presentation as an official introduction to our client. Thanks for entertaining an opportunity through Bluespeed, Inc.
You are reading further than the initial headline for a reason. You want to believe. You want a little taste of something that has been sadly absent from business in America of late, positivity. Yesterday, I had a person tell me that he thinks that the United States may never recover, that we may never get back to where we were. The timbre of business conversations harkens back to the “Dot Bomb” fiasco several years ago, only magnified. The damage to the American psyche intensifies every day we continue to allow ourselves to engage in this kind of doom saying. If you want to thrive in this market, one of the best ways to set yourself apart is to position yourself as a trusted lightening rod of positivity. Imagine what might happen if everyone in American business made this their goal? I submit that the once famous phrase “American Optimism” would again become a part of the world vernacular and this recession would soon fade away.
Don’t make the mistake of diminishing the impact that you have. It is significant. As a third party recruiter one is afforded the opportunity to play coach, therapist, agent and advisor-sometimes all in a single conversation. Help your business connections see the positive side to their struggles. Coach candidates to bring positivity to the interview table. Remind hiring managers that the best candidates are risk averse and require being sold on opportunities. Remind them that the fact that it is a job doesn’t automatically make it savory. An opportunity in a thriving or well positioned organization with great people is.
Candidates need to know that it is imperative that their conversations yield a positive vision of the future. If two candidates are essentially the same but in the interview one of them speaks about how tough it is out in the market and how he or she has never seen it this bad, and the other candidate says that the tide is turning, there is a lot of opportunity available and that the current situation is extremely exciting….who gets the job? Who do you want on your team? The way one talks about the current economy says more about the person making the observations than the economy itself.
If you are saying, “This is all fine and well Kendall, but there are realities that cannot be ignored here.” To this I say: change your “reality”.
Turn off the television news stations, put down the newspaper and ignore the news websites. Try it for a month and see what happens. Use the time you would have devoted to these activities and instead do something that makes you happy. Focus on being happy and sharing this happiness with those around you. You have nothing to lose except the negative after-shocks of the often dark messaging that you routinely expose yourself to through these negative channels.
When you start sharing this happiness with those around you, I guarantee your business will improve. It seems that every day I receive comments from people who are wondering how I can be so positive all the time. My answer is always the same. It beats the hell out of the alternative.
Senior Managing Partner