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Volgens de gegevens van onze site het beroep Vice-president Bouw is meest betaalbaar in . Het niveau van het gemiddelde loon bedraagt 150 eur. Vervolgens gaan Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest en Vlaams Gewest.

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Onder de gelijkaardige beroepen in Belgium met het meest hoge loon is Supervisor voor appartementonderhoud. Volgens de gegevens van onze site het niveau van het loon bedraagt 4376 eur. Op de tweede plaats staat Supervisor bouwen met het loon van 4376 eur en op de derde plaats staat Vastgoedbeheerder met het loon van 1118 eur.

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Vice President, Cyber Risk
AARP Group, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Vice President, Cyber Risk in Bruxelles, Brussels Capital, Belgium | Find opportunities for experienced workers Menu Join Renew Help Member Benefits AARP Rewards Register Login Search Main Job Search Employers Post a Job Login: Job Seekers | Employers Vice President, Cyber Risk Kroll Bruxelles, Brussels Capital, Belgium Posted: October 1, 2021 | Save Job Overview In a world of disruption and increasingly complex business challenges, our professionals bring truth into focus with the Kroll Lens. Our sharp analytical skills, paired with the latest technology, allow us to give our clients clarity—not just answers—in all areas of business. We embrace diverse backgrounds and global perspectives, and we cultivate diversity by respecting, including, and valuing one another. As part of One team, One Kroll, you’ll contribute to a supportive and collaborative work environment that empowers you to excel. 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Vice President, Cyber Risk
Kroll, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
What makes a successful Cyber Security employee at Kroll? Check out the traits we’re looking for and see if you have the right mix. Analytical Insightful Relationship expertise Technologically inquisitive Kroll offers many career paths to support your immediate and future success. Employee Testimonials Professional Development Ongoing training and development opportunities at all levels of the firm through programs such as Kroll, The Promote Program and Network of Women. Global Presence As a global firm, our benefits vary by country. Be part of a flexible and diverse team that encourages and supports your personal and professional growth. In a world of disruption and increasingly complex business challenges, our professionals bring truth into focus with the Kroll Lens. Our sharp analytical skills, paired with the latest technology, allow us to give our clients clarity—not just answers—in all areas of business. We embrace diverse backgrounds and global perspectives, and we cultivate diversity by respecting, including, and valuing one another. As part of One team, One Kroll, you’ll contribute to a supportive and collaborative work environment that empowers you to excel. Kroll’s Cyber Risk team works on over 2,000 cases a year, including some of the most complex and highest profile matters in the world. With experts based around the world, supported by ground-breaking technology, we help protect our client’s data, people, operations and reputation with innovative assessments, investigations and intelligence. We are the only company in the world with the expertise and resources to deliver global, end-to-end cyber risk management, supporting organizations through every step of their journey toward cyber resilience. 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Develop and assist with the delivery of cyber security strategies in a diverse portfolio of clients Work as part of a client’s information security function to help them manage their cyber security risk in line with the risk appetite Advise clients as part of their M&A strategy on the cyber security risk associated with potential transactions Take ownership of projects and deliverables Conduct research and analysis using in-house as well as external resources Produce accurate, high quality reports and deliverables Contribute to the development of new opportunities and maintain strong relationships with clients Act as the interface between technical elements of a cyber security team and the client business stakeholders REQUIREMENTS: Industry Certifications including CISSP, CRISC, CISM, CISA, ISO27001 Lead Implementor and Auditor Minimum 6 to 8 years hands-on experience of conducting information security audits and assessments Minimum 6 to 8 years hands-on experience of designing and developing information security risk programs using industry frameworks Minimum 6 to 8 years hands-on experience of designing and implementing risk management controls Must be familiar with corporate IT operations and the administration of systems and services Must be familiar with Active Directory, GPO, WSUS, SCCM, NTFS, etc. Must be familiar with network concepts such as VLANs, ACLs, Routing, SNMP, etc. Must be familiar with WiFi technologies and WiFi security best practices Must be familiar with the critical functions, policies, processes and procedure required by an effective information security program Must be able to translate the impact of cyber security concerns into business risks Must be able to explain cyber security concepts in terms that can be understood by people not familiar with cyber security. 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Vice President, Manufacturing Science And Technology (MSAT)
GSK Poland, Waver, Nijvel, Wavre
Wavre, Belgium Job description Site Name: Belgium-Wavre Posted Date: Oct 13 2021 About the role The Vice President, Head of Manufacturing Science & technology (MSAT) owns the technical ecosystem within GSK Vaccines Manufacturing and connects the business needs with the technical functions. Reporting to the Senior Vice President of GIO, (s)he sits on the Industrial Operations Leadership Team (IOLT) and is responsible for leading the global MSAT function of 230 FTE to meet the business objectives of GSK Vaccines, defining and directing the strategy to ensure continuous supply of vaccines to agreed customer requirements, quality standards and financial targets. The team is approximately 70% located in Wavre and 30% shared across Rosia (Italy), Marburg (Germany) and Dresden (Germany). The role incorporates the significant scale and complexity of one of the largest vaccine portfolios in the industry as well as a wide variety of established technical platforms and new technologies. The work of the MSAT function includes: Product & Technical Life-Cycle Management Teams whose main role is to coordinate and manage the life-cycle of all licensed products (change control, critical master data management, Regulatory interface, Product & Process evolution in the short-and-mid-term, and troubleshooting major issues in manufacturing areas). Global Validation standards and tools (including both Product and Process Validation). A center of competencies to drive improvements and innovation of key vaccine manufacturing technologies. All product and technical transfers across manufacturing operations from product launch onwards (e.g. site to site, new product introduction to site, and site to external). Ownership of global business processes. Process Science laboratories with capabilities to characterize and improve processes using small scale models. Project Management. The VP, Head of MSAT leads by influence, using a very high level of technical & scientific knowledge related to Biomanufacturing processes. Strong relationships must be built and maintained with R&D, Quality, Engineering, Production, Product Strategy, both within GSK and externally. The VP, Head of MSAT should be able to work effectively with diverse people and groups globally, simplifying complexity to help colleagues understand, support and apply the technical changes and innovations that the GSK Vaccines unit of the new GSK will need to be sustainable. This role has broad impact across all production and development related processes. Strong influence will need to be built and maintained with R&D and Quality to ensure that quality-by-design principles are incorporated from an early stage prior to the industrialization steps for new vaccines. These same principles will be applicable for the changes requested to support regulatory, commercial or medical requirements The role will ideally be based in Wavre, Belgium, but other European Vaccines Manufacturing locations may be considered with travel to Belgium as required Key responsibilities Leadership of Product and Technical Life-Cycle Management Teams. Oversight of global Validation standards and tools (including both Product and Process Validation). Maintain a center of excellence to drive improvement and innovation of key vaccine manufacturing technologies Manage all product and technical transfers across global manufacturing operations from product launch onwards. Determine and implement global high-level transversal business processes and network optimization relative to Lifecycle Management Products & New Product Introductions. Data and business process management. Develop improved manufacturing processes applying innovative tools. Contribute to the development of new products, ensuring their manufacturing processes are robust, efficient and aligned with operational needs. Ensure appropriate support and adherence to the health, safety and environment policies and requirements in the network. Ensure compliance of all operations to the relevant Quality and Regulatory requirements. Lead change initiatives involving processes, technologies and people, which contribute to the overall effective improvement of GSK Vaccines Supply Chain. Build lean sigma expertise across the teams to ensure continuous improvement. Share and integrate best practices within the Vaccines Supply Network. Lead, train, coach and motivate the management team and employees towards the pursuit of operational excellence and attainment of Good Manufacturing Practices. Line manage a significant number of people (230 FTE) through effective performance management and labor relations excellence. Additional matrix leadership of site-based MSAT personnel (250 associates in local site-based MSAT units who report into the local site leadership). Ensure the retention, engagement and development of key talents within the organization. Ensure an effective talent management process and succession plans for key roles in the network to minimize operational risks. Ensure robust knowledge management process for all Vaccines products & processes. Skills & experience Basic qualifications: Educated to at least degree level (BSc/MSc or equivalent) in process engineering and/or life sciences in general. Deep aseptic manufacturing experience is required, Vaccines experience is a strong plus. 15 years of applicable experience in biopharmaceutical manufacturing / bioprocessing, analytical development and quality-by-design processes. Senior management track record with significant team leadership in a complex international organization. International/global exposure required. Fluency in English. Preferred qualifications: PhD or equivalent in life sciences and/or advanced degree in process engineering sciences. Proven knowledge of biopharmaceutical processes including understanding of the overall supply chain – both drug substance and drug product. Strong technical understanding of how vaccines are manufactured and tested in order to be able to solve technical issues in the processes. Insight into vaccine development and analytical processes – able to interface credibly and effectively with R&D and Quality colleagues. Operational experience in a at commercial scale biological manufacturing site in addition to technical MSAT expertise. Proven Track record in problem solving and global project management. Proven ability to plan, manage and lead cross-functional teams and projects to obtain desired business objectives. Proven ability to communicate and negotiate effectively with all levels of management across functional, national and cultural boundaries. Excellent interpersonal communication and negotiation skills. Trans-cultural experience and proven ability to work in a complex and multi-cultural environment. Proven Matrix Management skills. Excellent skills in project management, change management and team/meeting facilitation. Analytical, influencing, negotiation and problem-solving skills. Business integration capabilities to translate internal and external best practices. Process re-engineering. Knowledge of engineering processes (equipment, existing lay outs and guidelines). Skilled in conflict resolution and building consensus. Understanding of business climate and priorities. Ability to translate a manufacturing process into engineering requirements for equipment and facilities. Strong regulatory knowledge, with the capability to translate the evolving regulatory environment into adapted manufacturing processes. Capability to manage the technical development of a product in alignment with the different development perspectives. Capability to influence the architecture of manufacturing processes, facility layouts and approaches to comply with quality constraints. French language skills would be advantageous. If you have a disability and require assistance during the course of the selection process, you will have the opportunity to let us know what specific assistance you require in order to make suitable arrangements. Our goal is to be one of the world’s most innovative, best performing and trusted healthcare companies. We believe that we all bring something unique to GSK and when we combine our knowledge, experiences and styles together, the impact is incredible. Come join our adventure at GSK where you will be inspired to do your best work for our patients and consumers. A place where you can be you, feel good and keep growing. 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Vice President, Risk Management, LFI
MasterCard, Waterloo, Nijvel
We work to connect and power an inclusive, digital economy that benefits everyone, everywhere by making transactions safe, simple, smart and accessible. Using secure data and networks, partnerships and passion, our innovations and solutions help individuals, financial institutions, governments and businesses realize their greatest potential. Our decency quotient, or DQ, drives our culture and everything we do inside and outside of our company. We cultivate a culture of inclusion (https://www.mastercard.us/en-us/vision/who-we-are/diversity-inclusion.html) for all employees that respects their individual strengths, views, and experiences. We believe that our differences enable us to be a better team – one that makes better decisions, drives innovation and delivers better business results. Job Title Overview Mastercard’s Europe (MCE) is leading the charge in pursuit of the company’s multi-rail strategy, expanding business from traditional card payments to account-to-account platforms, Open Banking technology and digital currency programs. The Vice President, Risk Program Lead (RPL Europe) plays an important role in advancing Mastercard’s risk management program in the region, working with business owners and risk functions to ensure that the region stays ahead of risks as the business evolves. Responsibilities • Support the regional Risk Champion in implementing Mastercard’s Enterprise Risk Management program in the region; produce enterprise risk register for the region, facilitating risk assessment discussions, and challenging business owner conclusions to arrive at an objective view of risks • Ensure that enterprise risks have assigned owners and that action plans are appropriate in light of the region’s risk appetite • Develop and maintain a consolidated legal entity risk profile based on input from business owners, risk functions, and Internal Audit • Represent MCE’s enterprise risk management function with respect to regulatory licenses and designations (e.g., European Central Bank, Dutch National Bank); coordinate enterprise risk management-related responses for periodic self-assessments; advise business and risk owners to ensure that MCE meets its regulatory obligations related to risk management • Plan and manage the region’s Business Risk Control Committee (BRCC), a cross-functional group tasked with identifying operational and tactical risks that could prevent the region from achieving its objectives; track and monitoring agreed actions/remediation • Implement dashboards for executive management and BRCC to monitor relevant key risk indicators and performance against risk appetite • Serve as member of Payments Network Committee and the EEA Switching Committee of the Mastercard Europe Board of Directors; determine and prepare risk management agenda for MCE Board and senior management team meetings • As an active member of the global Risk Program Lead community, share key learnings and trends to drive risk awareness with peers; support alignment of risk management activities across business units globally • Represent the region on the Customer Risk Working Group (CRWG), which assesses and monitors themes and trends of franchise risks to the payments ecosystem • Help identify potential systemic risks or deficiencies that may require enhancements to Mastercard Rules, policies, processes, practices, and/ or controls • Establish a process to select and prioritize project pre- and post-mortems; facilitate risk assessment workshops • Coordinate with risk management functions throughout the Mastercard organization (e.g. product, technology, Enterprise Risk Management), ensuring messaging to all stakeholders is aligned (e.g., executive management, legal entity boards, regulators) • Coordinate the Europe Risk Community of Practice, which shares information across the region’s second line risk functions, identifies efficient ways to work together, and promotes management risk training/awareness with business owners The role reports to the Deputy General Counsel, Europe, with a dotted line to the regional Risk Champion All About You: • Experience with risk management frameworks gained through operations, business advisory and/or audit role in a large, multinational organization • Comfortable working with regulatory frameworks and interfacing with regulatory oversight teams; familiarity with IOSCO Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures (PFMI); pragmatic approach to regulatory compliance • Broad exposure to business risks across IT, finance and other business environments is essential • Demonstrated aptitude to apply risk management practices to support business strategy; provide thought leadership to the organization • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to influence at all levels, including outside reporting lines • Partners effectively with others in handling complex and or sensitive issues • Articulate and highly effective communicator (written, oral presentation) • Comfortable working in sometimes ambiguous circumstances • Understands and appreciates diverse backgrounds Due to COVID-19, most of our employees are working from home. We’ve implemented a virtual hiring process and continue to interview candidates by phone or video and are onboarding new hires remotely. We value the safety of each member of our community because we know we’re all in this together. Mastercard is an inclusive Equal Employment Opportunity employer that considers applicants without regard to gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, disabled or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.​ If you require accommodations or assistance to complete the online application process, please contact reasonable.accommodationmastercard.com and identify the type of accommodation or assistance you are requesting. Do not include any medical or health information in this email. The Reasonable Accommodations team will respond to your email promptly. Corporate Security Responsibility Every person working for, or on behalf of, Mastercard is responsible for information security. All activities involving access to Mastercard assets, information, and networks comes with an inherent risk to the organization and therefore, it is expected that the successful candidate for this position must: • Abide by Mastercard’s security policies and practices; • Ensure the confidentiality and integrity of the information being accessed; • Report any suspected information security violation or breach, and • Complete all periodic mandatory security trainings in accordance with Mastercard’s guidelines. Need help? We’re always here when you need us
Vice President, Risk Management, LFI
MasterCard, Waterloo, Nijvel
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Associate/Vice President, M&A Advisory – m/f/x
BNP Paribas, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Associate/Vice President, M&A Advisory – m/f/x Our M&A Advisory practice for the BeLux market, currently made of 25 professionals operating out of the Bank’s HQ in Brussels, benefits from a unique market position, serving the largest client base in BeLux. In the context of our growth in the mid-market M&A Advisory segment, we are looking for a full time M&A Analyst to reinforce our team. You will join a cohesive team, which constantly strives to be the best at what it does, offering flawless M&A Advisory content to clients. We build long term relationships based on trust with clients and other divisions of the bank, both in our local platform and abroad (including our sector teams). You will be part of strategic and potentially highly complex M&A transactions, requiring creativity and a solution-driven mindset, coupled to speed of execution. Thinking in terms of deal tactics, having stamina, and diplomacy will be key to evolve in the platform. Utmost discretion and confidentiality are required for the function. Your future position as M&A Associate In your role as full time M&A Associate/Vice President, you will mainly: Be part of a well-functioning and cohesive team which aspires to be the reference in M&A Advisory in BeLux Lead a team of M&A Analysts on daily tasks related to live M&A transactions and M&A Advisory pitch books, contributing and transferring strong analytical and technical knowledge (valuation & financial, legal, etc.) Lead and orchestrate, under senior supervision, the preparation of presentation materials following top-quality industry standards, both in content and format Actively participate in client meetings involving strategic and confidential M&A Advisory matters Take the lead in the daily execution of sell- and buy-side M&A transactions (valuation, modelling, info memo, dataroom, due diligences, etc.), coaching analysts in the various tasks as required Perform ongoing qualitative and quantitative quality checks of your output, as well as that of the Analysts you are responsible for Act in full confidentiality (“need-to-know basis” principle) and respect (of clients, colleagues and deadlines) Commit to observe the instructions and guidelines of Compliance (anti-money laundering, MiFID, etc.) Our requirements Prior experience of 3-6 years in a relevant field is a must (M&A, private equity, due diligence advisory) Leadership skills to direct teams of M&A Analysts and client project teams Strong analytical, commercial and communication skills A Master’s Degree or an MBA with top-notch grades Tri-lingual Dutch, French and English Full proficiency of Microsoft Excel, Word and Powerpoint Strong team player, as we only succeed as one team Hard working mindset and stamina In a changing world, diversity and inclusion are core values for team well-being and performance. At BNP Paribas Fortis, we want to welcome and retain all talents, regardless of gender, age, origin or sexual orientation, and irrespective of whether or not they are living with a disability, as each of them have their own experience and identity. Together, let's build the bank of tomorrow: innovative, responsible and sustainable. All of our full-time vacancies are also open to candidates wishing to work 80% or 90%. By choosing us, you get Excellent opportunities to develop, personally and professionally, and spread your wings. A position in a responsible, socially engaged organisation where diversity and inclusion are the standard. Choose BNP Paribas Fortis now and apply here. We will make our first selections on the basis of your CV and letter of motivation. Are you the candidate we’re looking for? Then you’re sure to hear from us. Good luck
Vice President, Global Brand Management
Vans, Antwerpen
Vice President, Global Brand Management (Kipling) VF is looking for an exceptional VP/Global Brand Management to join our Global Packs Organization. Let’s Talk about the Role We’re looking for a Senior leader to shape and activate the Kipling Brand globally at the pace of the consumer and accelerating digital landscape. We’re looking for a talented leader who will champion innovative thinking, collaboration, and partnership. The profile we’re looking for will be an experienced, empowering mentor that contributes to positive team culture and builds opportunities for team and individual development, recognition, and reward. Purpose of the role is to develop and activate brand building strategies – from a marketing and product development standpoint - intended to build and deepen Kipling’s relationship with consumers though the offering across product and experiences. This role will be responsible for the strategic direction and the activation of our brand partnering closely with the EMEA, APAC and NORA organizations, informing seasonal brand priorities, campaign plans and journeys to deliver results across the marketing funnel, while powering up a daily brand experience across brand ecosystem in partnership with channel leaders. The role will be part of the Global Packs Management Team, and will work closely with the Regional Marketplace Teams to drive the product and marketing agenda across the Regions. How You Will Make a Difference Partner with Global Packs President, Regional and Brand leadership to develop long term and short term brand and commercial strategies (WTP | HTW, OGSTM) ensuring alignment with global vision and positioning for Brand. Lead establishment of the brand building strategies across all channels, geographies and ensure that the organization understands the value that the brand delivers to build consumer base and drive revenue. Build and Maintain Brand Toolbox (Consumer Target, DNA, CV, Product Architecture, Marketing Strategy, Purpose & Sustainability). Establish, manage, and drive a culture of creativity and effective brand management aimed at positioning the brand as a recognized leader in global packs. Create aligned global category merchandising and product goals and strategies to deliver the financial targets (Revenue, GM, Operating Profit) and drive brand demand. Lead interdepartmental, global product development process to ensure effective execution of creation and messaging of differentiated product aligned with brand positioning and Innovation pipeline. Own Segmentation and Development calendar; Partner with regional leads to review and uphold the brands IMS. Conduct ongoing review of product line and architecture to ensure the brand and portfolio are optimally managed and achieve financial metrics. Collaborate with brand leads to identify and leverage synergies in product development and marketing functions. Support Marketing leads on annual and on-going creative and strategic marketing plans; review campaign concepts to ensure alignment with brand vision and positioning. Oversee Brand Investment strategy. Skills for Success Bachelor's degree or higher or Combination of relevant education, experience, and training. 8-10 Years of experience in Brand Management, Product Management and/or Marketing, deep understanding of global consumers, marketplace trends and Digital platforms. Global perspective/experience. Consumer Connection, Brand Planning, Brand Strategy. Proven ability to collaborate, to build, develop and inspire teams. Proven ability to drive and deliver results. Creativity, Inspiration, and familiarity within the category we represent, fashion, design, and emerging consumer landscape. Digital First mindset, Global Product Management Knowledge. Ability to facilitate organizational change across multiple countries in services of challenging global objectives. Ability to manage a team and/or deliver results within a highly matrixed environment. Other Requirements: Travel up to 30%. Proficiency in English (reading, writing, speaking) is required. What’s in it For You We’re in the business of unleashing human potential, driven by the ideas, energy, and commitment of our people. That’s why we offer comprehensive benefits that encourage mental, physical, and financial well-being for all VF associates. When it comes to benefits, we’re the total package. A supportive feedback-based culture where respect and integrity guide us in what we do An inclusive international environment where people of diverse backgrounds, lifestyles and nationalities love working together Be part of an iconic lifestyle brand in a multi brand, multi countries organization On site gym offering health and well-being initiatives A discount card with 50% on all VF brands Break out areas offering complimentary hot drinks Free to Be, Inclusion & Diversity As a purpose-led, performance driven company, we strive to foster a culture of belonging based on respect, connection, openness, and authenticity. We are committed to building and maintaining a workplace that celebrates the diversity of our associates, allowing them to bring their authentic selves to work every day. As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, VF is committed to support disadvantaged groups whilst providing equal opportunities for both VF associates and applicants alike. If you like what you have read and want to join our team then we would like to hear from you At Kipling, we believe in being seriously playful, positively stylish, and delightfully carefree. Our first priority is to assure you feel confident to live by your own rules.With you in mind, we create bags and lifestyle accessories that are designed to lighten your day.
Vice President, Global Brand Management
VF Corporation, Antwerpen
Vice President, Global Brand Management (Kipling) VF is looking for an exceptional VP/Global Brand Management to join our Global Packs Organization. Let’s Talk about the Role We’re looking for a Senior leader to shape and activate the Kipling Brand globally at the pace of the consumer and accelerating digital landscape. We’re looking for a talented leader who will champion innovative thinking, collaboration, and partnership. The profile we’re looking for will be an experienced, empowering mentor that contributes to positive team culture and builds opportunities for team and individual development, recognition, and reward. Purpose of the role is to develop and activate brand building strategies – from a marketing and product development standpoint - intended to build and deepen Kipling’s relationship with consumers though the offering across product and experiences. This role will be responsible for the strategic direction and the activation of our brand partnering closely with the EMEA, APAC and NORA organizations, informing seasonal brand priorities, campaign plans and journeys to deliver results across the marketing funnel, while powering up a daily brand experience across brand ecosystem in partnership with channel leaders. The role will be part of the Global Packs Management Team, and will work closely with the Regional Marketplace Teams to drive the product and marketing agenda across the Regions. How You Will Make a Difference Partner with Global Packs President, Regional and Brand leadership to develop long term and short term brand and commercial strategies (WTP | HTW, OGSTM) ensuring alignment with global vision and positioning for Brand. Lead establishment of the brand building strategies across all channels, geographies and ensure that the organization understands the value that the brand delivers to build consumer base and drive revenue. Build and Maintain Brand Toolbox (Consumer Target, DNA, CV, Product Architecture, Marketing Strategy, Purpose & Sustainability). Establish, manage, and drive a culture of creativity and effective brand management aimed at positioning the brand as a recognized leader in global packs. Create aligned global category merchandising and product goals and strategies to deliver the financial targets (Revenue, GM, Operating Profit) and drive brand demand. Lead interdepartmental, global product development process to ensure effective execution of creation and messaging of differentiated product aligned with brand positioning and Innovation pipeline. Own Segmentation and Development calendar; Partner with regional leads to review and uphold the brands IMS. Conduct ongoing review of product line and architecture to ensure the brand and portfolio are optimally managed and achieve financial metrics. Collaborate with brand leads to identify and leverage synergies in product development and marketing functions. Support Marketing leads on annual and on-going creative and strategic marketing plans; review campaign concepts to ensure alignment with brand vision and positioning. Oversee Brand Investment strategy. Skills for Success Bachelor's degree or higher or Combination of relevant education, experience, and training. 8-10 Years of experience in Brand Management, Product Management and/or Marketing, deep understanding of global consumers, marketplace trends and Digital platforms. Global perspective/experience. Consumer Connection, Brand Planning, Brand Strategy. Proven ability to collaborate, to build, develop and inspire teams. Proven ability to drive and deliver results. Creativity, Inspiration, and familiarity within the category we represent, fashion, design, and emerging consumer landscape. Digital First mindset, Global Product Management Knowledge. Ability to facilitate organizational change across multiple countries in services of challenging global objectives. Ability to manage a team and/or deliver results within a highly matrixed environment. Other Requirements: Travel up to 30%. Proficiency in English (reading, writing, speaking) is required. What’s in it For You We’re in the business of unleashing human potential, driven by the ideas, energy, and commitment of our people. That’s why we offer comprehensive benefits that encourage mental, physical, and financial well-being for all VF associates. When it comes to benefits, we’re the total package. A supportive feedback-based culture where respect and integrity guide us in what we do An inclusive international environment where people of diverse backgrounds, lifestyles and nationalities love working together Be part of an iconic lifestyle brand in a multi brand, multi countries organization On site gym offering health and well-being initiatives A discount card with 50% on all VF brands Break out areas offering complimentary hot drinks Free to Be, Inclusion & Diversity As a purpose-led, performance driven company, we strive to foster a culture of belonging based on respect, connection, openness, and authenticity. We are committed to building and maintaining a workplace that celebrates the diversity of our associates, allowing them to bring their authentic selves to work every day. As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, VF is committed to support disadvantaged groups whilst providing equal opportunities for both VF associates and applicants alike. If you like what you have read and want to join our team then we would like to hear from you VF Corporation outfits consumers around the world with its diverse portfolio of iconic lifestyle brands, including Vans®, The North Face®, Timberland®, and Dickies®. Founded in 1899, VF is one of the world's largest apparel, footwear and accessories companies with socially and environmentally responsible operations spanning numerous geographies, product categories and distribution channels. VF is committed to delivering innovative products to consumers and creating long-term value for its customers and shareholders. VF Diversity Vision Statement VF is committed to creating an inclusive environment that welcomes and values the differences among all of our associates, customers, suppliers and the communities in which we live and conduct business. The continued success and growth of VF is enhanced through initiatives that promote diversity throughout VF around the world. VF is an equal employment opportunity/ affirmative action employer of minorities, females, protected veterans and the disabled. VF is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment, and treating our VF associates and VF applicants without discrimination on the basis of their race, color, gender, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, HIV/AIDS status, or any other legally protected factor. VF is committed to meeting the diverse needs of people with disabilities in a timely manner that is consistent with the principles of independence, dignity, integration and equality of opportunity, and will do so by striving to identify, prevent and remove barriers to accessibility wherever possible as well as by meeting the accessibility requirements under the ADA, AODA, and other applicable state, local or provincial regulations. VF is committed to digital accessibility, and to conforming to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, Level AA and complying with the ADA and AODA Standards for Accessible Design, and other applicable regulations. If you need an accommodation or have any questions regarding this statement, please send your request to PeopleServicesvfc.com . Suggested Jobs Digital Consumer Acquisition Manager - Eastpak Posted 13 Days Ago | EMEA > BEL > Antwerp > VF Europe HQ Link 1
Vice President Structuring & Execution Group - Debt Markets EMEA – m/f/x - Located Brussels/Ams[]
BNP Paribas Fortis Belgium, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Vice President Structuring & Execution Group - Debt Markets EMEA – m/f/x - Located Brussels/Amsterdam Vice President Structuring & Execution Group - Debt Markets EMEA – m/f/x - Located Brussels/Amsterdam Vice President Structuring & Execution Group - Debt Markets EMEA – m/f/x Willing to push the boundaries with us for a more sustainable world? BNP Paribas Corporate & Institutional Banking (CIB) is a globally recognised leader offering financial solutions to corporate and institutional clients. With more than 33.000 people in 56 countries across EMEA, Asia-Pacific and the Americas, we offer solutions tailored to all our clients across capital markets, financing, treasury and financial advisory. Within BNP Paribas’ CIB division, Debt Markets EMEA gathers a group of 200 loan (structured and vanilla) and bond (high grade and high yield) professionals located in London, Paris, Frankfurt, Brussels, Amsterdam, Milan, Madrid and Lisbon, covering the bank’s core clients in Europe across all economic sectors. Debt Markets EMEA consists of three main teams: (i) Leveraged Finance Capital Markets (LFCM), (ii) Loan Capital Markets (LCM) and (iii) Investment Grade Debt Capital Markets (IG DCM). Together, these teams are responsible for the origination, structuring, underwriting and execution of LBO and Corporate Leveraged financings, investment grade bond and loan financings to large corporates, and integrated financing solutions to midcap and sub-investment grade corporate clients. The Structuring and Execution Group supports all these activities. The Benelux team consists of 20 Debt Markets professionals covering clients in Benelux and the Nordics. You would be joining the Structuring and Execution Group team based in Brussels & Amsterdam as Vice President and report to the local staffing coordinator. The Structuring & Execution Group is a central component of Debt Markets supporting senior originators across a wide range of debt products on a pan-European basis. The Vice President is primarily responsible for managing the day to day execution of deal activity across Debt Markets, managing the due diligence process with issuers and private equity clients, leading the internal deal team process as well as serving in a support capacity for the outbound marketing activity of the senior originators. Additionally, the Vice President will be responsible for overseeing the production and content of materials for internal approval committees, for syndication purposes and for marketing efforts. The Vice President will also provide instructions and learning opportunities to analysts and associates. Marketing Lead pitch processes from start to finish Participate in and where appropriate, lead client meetings either jointly or on a sole basis; Interact well with internal and external clients in both marketing and execution; Build and maintain internal and external networks; Maintain high degree of market awareness and identify new business opportunities; Execution Have a solid understanding of the transaction process from end-to-end; Be able to lead a transaction deal team and give support and guidance to junior members of the Structuring and Execution Group; Have a sound understanding of the internal mechanisms of the organisation; Ensure efficient execution of the business and transactions; Interact directly with clients and with other advisors (lawyers, co-advisors, etc.) at an appropriate level; Challenge senior officers on both commercial and technical aspects of origination opportunities Highlight your strengths Educational- / experience requirement • University/MBA education level with finance or economics as major • Strong oral and written skills in English are a must, good oral and written skills in Dutch or French are also beneficial Essential IT knowledge Essential knowledge, skills and abilities • Experience leading transactions in the relevant field (e.g. Term Loan B, High Yield, DCM, bank loans) • Show outstanding technical competencies (including strong drafting skills for all kinds of documents) • Adept at receiving and synthesizing information • Prove an advanced understanding of all types of risks involved The most important soft skills • Strong team player, mindful of senior hierarchy dynamics • Demonstrate a willingness to solve problems and improve processes • Proven ability to manage junior resources (anticipates, coordinates, delegates, organises, motivates and provides feedback) In a changing world, diversity and inclusion are core values for team well-being and performance. At BNP Paribas Fortis, we want to welcome and retain all talents, regardless of gender, age, origin or sexual orientation, and irrespective of whether or not they are living with a disability, as each of them have their own experience and identity. Together, let's build the bank of tomorrow: innovative, responsible and sustainable. All of our full-time vacancies are also open to candidates wishing to work 80% or 90%. By choosing us, you get Excellent opportunities to develop, personally and professionally, and spread your wings. A position in a responsible, socially engaged organisation where diversity and inclusion are the standard. Choose BNP Paribas Fortis now and apply here. We will make our first selections on the basis of your CV and letter of motivation. Are you the candidate we’re looking for? Then you’re sure to hear from us. Good luck