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Program Manager, Operations Strategy


Envoy Air
Location: Dallas, Texas
Job type: Contract/Locum
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Category: Office
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The Program Manager, Envoy Operations Strategy supports the operational teams at Envoy with the development of strategic initiatives for performance improvement. Reporting to the Managing Director of Operations Strategy and Performance, the position is responsible for the strategic identification and prioritization of opportunities, partnering cross-functionally to drive end-to-end business planning, and leading cross-functional execution.

Responsibilities include:

  • Act as an ongoing lead strategic planning and decision-making through industry analysis
  • Develop strong collaborative relationships with key stakeholders across the company
  • Provide strong problem solving leadership related to strategic focus and operational approach for emerging business initiatives
  • Break down opportunities into key components and design approaches to identify solutions
  • Run cross-functional working team meetings
  • Collect, analyze and synthesize external market/facts and data
  • Program manage select cross-functional initiatives
  • Lead the development and operational execution of multiple business plans and projects; monitor, report and course correct against milestones and deliverables
  • Prepare and deliver high-impact presentations to senior management around strategic evaluations, proposals and recommendations
  • Ensure business partners are well-informed of company strategies and priorities; educate key stakeholders and participants about strategic plan requirements and milestones
  • Provide on-going teaching and support to cross-functional partners that enable them to meet and exceed their objectives
  • Stay current with aviation industry trends
Job Requirements

The ideal candidate must be able to work with minimal supervision. Must be comfortable managing multiple projects simultaneously and have a high skill set with organization and attention to detail.

The Program Manager, Envoy Operations Strategy supports the operational teams at Envoy with the development of strategic initiatives for performance improvement. Reporting to the Managing Director of Operations Strategy and Performance, the position is responsible for the strategic identification and prioritization of opportunities, partnering cross-functionally to drive end-to-end business planning, and leading cross-functional execution.

Responsibilities include:

  • Act as an ongoing lead strategic planning and decision-making through industry analysis
  • Develop strong collaborative relationships with key stakeholders across the company
  • Provide strong problem solving leadership related to strategic focus and operational approach for emerging business initiatives
  • Break down opportunities into key components and design approaches to identify solutions
  • Run cross-functional working team meetings
  • Collect, analyze and synthesize external market/facts and data
  • Program manage select cross-functional initiatives
  • Lead the development and operational execution of multiple business plans and projects; monitor, report and course correct against milestones and deliverables
  • Prepare and deliver high-impact presentations to senior management around strategic evaluations, proposals and recommendations
  • Ensure business partners are well-informed of company strategies and priorities; educate key stakeholders and participants about strategic plan requirements and milestones
  • Provide on-going teaching and support to cross-functional partners that enable them to meet and exceed their objectives
  • Stay current with aviation industry trends
Job Requirements

The ideal candidate must be able to work with minimal supervision. Must be comfortable managing multiple projects simultaneously and have a high skill set with organization and attention to detail.


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