- Predict the future. Working closely with Innovation Directors, you’ll recommend a future solution to current problems.
- Challenge the establishment by analyzing new ideas that drive customer and business value. Research interesting startups for opportunities to partner with or learn from.
- Change the culture. Working closely with Design Thinking experts to develop a roster of tools and aligning with change management experts to drive the right mindset. Enhance and maintain culture management roadmaps and support users when they need a helping hand.
- Question the status quo. And then improve it. You’ll look for ways to streamline and consolidate reporting and tracking of ideas.
- Document things like processes, tools, and assist workshop facilitations to help the Innovation & Business Development Department keep up their impressive reputation.
- You’re curious about the world around you and have spent several hours researching the depths of a concept.
- You know that part of innovation is failure. And when you fail, you always fail forward…learning something new and becoming even better than you were before.
- You’ve got mad PC skills (of course) and software tools like Word, Excel, PowerPoint are like crayons to you. And when it comes to telling a story, you rock.
- You’ve got basic business know-how around how business make money and acquire customers. And hey, bonus points if you understand how products are designed or strategy is developed.
- You’re driven by some incredible internal force to always be at your best, whether or not anyone is watching.
- You’ve got a beautiful analytical mind and understand the Project Management Life Cycle.
- You’re an all-round super star: an enthusiastic team player with crazy-good communications skills who puts the customer at the centre of everything you do.
- Someday soon, you’ll make your parents proud with a degree in the Humanities or the Sciences. Innovation cares about your mindset – not your specialization.