Coordinate and support strategic projects in the business unit. Manage special projects with end-to-end ownership and accountability. Achieve project goals by engaging effectively with stakeholders at all levels across Visa, including technical subject matter experts, client services partners, vendors, and Visa senior management. Essential functions include
- Program and Project Meeting Management: develop and prioritize agenda topics, follow up on action items and manage closure of open items. Coordinate the agenda activities around the project plans, financial results, stakeholder engagement, and “hot” issues / opportunities.
- Plan for critical meetings including schedule management, pre-work, meeting topics, supporting materials and follow-ups.
- Develop and execute on program deliverables relevant to DPS product lines
- Track action plans and develop communication on progress
- Work through challenges, identify bottlenecks and dependencies, and unblock teams for execution.
Support the following
- Work daily with cross functional teams to gather and communicate project status, progress, milestones, deliverables, outcomes, and lessons learned to all applicable parties via various communication channels.
- Oversee department operational and administrative functions, including ensuring departmental compliance with Visa’s standard operating procedures, as needed.
- General day-to-day support, to support adapting prioritization and execution of business objectives in a fast paced and ever-changing environment.
- Demonstrate and leverage strong business and financial acumen.
- Manage through influence, and with modest management authority.
This position has a minimum base salary of $90,000 and a midpoint base salary of $117,000. The base pay may vary depending on job-related knowledge, skills, and experience. In addition, this position is eligible for annual bonus and equity.
This is a hybrid position. Hybrid employees can alternate time between both remote and office. Employees in hybrid roles are expected to work from the office two days a week, Mondays and Tuesdays with a general guidepost of being in the office 50% of the time based on business needs.