TOMS was founded in 2006 by Blake Mycoskie, inspired by a trip to Argentina where he saw extreme poverty and health conditions, as well as children walking without shoes. That’s when he recognized ...
Los Angeles, United States
14 Dec 2012
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Regional Account Manager
You will be responsible for all aspects of managing shoe-giving in the Americas Region.
Los Angeles, United States
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- Lead a cohesive regional team to develop and implement regional shoe-giving strategic plans in line within the Giving Department overall goals, objectives and targets
- Develop resource investment strategies across countries and accounts for existing and new giving partners. Develop regional P&L and execute with support from VP and Finance
- Develop new giving partner relationships in alignment with Director of Partnership Development; develop partner strategies, negotiate agreements and implement successfully
- Track regional performance against goals and adjust strategy and approach if necessary
- Execute TOMS Giving impact assessment strategies, in partnership with team’s Impact Director, and aligned with key development needs in the region
- Implement and operationalize high-performing account customer service – from order management, data gathering, reporting to ad-hoc problem solving (distribution of footwear)
- Lead regional team of account specialist(s) and account coordinators
- Support shoe production and development efforts if needed
- Work across TOMS departments and build relationship with senior management from different departments (ie, communications, logistics and supply chain, production, finance)
Regional Account Strategy and Relationship Management
- Develop annual strategic plan based on clear understanding of department goals and regional priorities
- Develop strong expertise in trends and activities in the region, from key health, education, and other impact areas to NGO and government activity
- Analyze and synthesize data and ongoing learnings to make recommendations for partner and investment decisions, in close collaboration with VP Global Partnerships, and informed by input from team members
- Lead relationships with select regional and multinational partners
- Develop forecasts, cost estimates and track results on a regular basis
- Review learnings, develop best practices and share with other regions
- Identify key issues in a complex situation and gather relevant information before making a decision
- Support tracking of measuring and evaluation strategy, support collection of field data and study implementation as needed
Operations / Implementation & Customer Service
- Direct team in consistent processing of partner requests for proposals and in-depth vetting process, ensuring optimal impact and fit for new partners and TOMS
- For existing partnerships, implement best-in-class customer service standards to support problem solving, timely delivery and tracking of shipments
- Strong focus on execution and organizational skills
- Ability to build strong working relationship across other TOMS departments including finance, supply chain, production, and communications
- Strong familiarity with local NGO environment across the region and in key countries; understanding key Ministry (e.g. Health, Education) activity is important as well.
- Lead, manage, and grow a regional team
- Provide leadership and direction to junior team members, including setting performance objectives and creating and following through on professional development plans
- Spearhead regional team’s ongoing investments in building expertise, networks, and knowledge in the region and related international development issues
- Work effectively with diverse colleagues within own and other departments
Qualifications and Requirements:
- Master’s degree in International Development, International Economics, Social Entrepreneurship, M&E, and or Public Health, or similar
- A minimum of 7 years professional experience in relevant areas such as corporate foundations, Non-Profit Organizations and NGOS, International Development, Social Enterprise, and Public Health
- Up-to-date knowledge and networks related to current development issues
- On-the-ground experience working in developing countries in the Americas region
- Proficient-to-fluent Spanish language skills (spoken and written)
- Analytical, presentation, information-gathering, writing, and oral presentation skills
- Familiarity with basic financial management and budgeting
- Personnel management experience; strong interest and experience in people and team development
- Excellent execution and organizations skills – strong detail orientation
- Comfortable in a young, growing, and fast-changing company environment
- Ability to travel domestically and internationally (20-30%)
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