Purpose
Are you curious about how tomorrow works? Today's visionary enterprises craft their tomorrow with Box as the cloud content management platform of the future. To meet the fast-growing needs of the enterprise, it is imperative that we provide best-in-class professional services to make a successful leap to the cloud. Digital Transformation is on the mind of every forward-thinking CIO and Box Consulting is here to help. We work to fundamentally change the way industries and organizations collaborate on content.
 
In this role you build collaborative relationships with a range of customers spanning industries. You are focused on ensuring that both new and existing Box customers are equipped to to drive end user excitement and strategic adoption of Box. You work closely with our customer implementation teams to identify sophisticated content use-cases and overcome the people-centric challenges of moving to a cloud environment. 
 
Simply, you are key to transforming the way tomorrow works by providing expertise, guidance, and adaptability in a rapidly changing world. Are you ready to join us?
 
Why Box Consulting needs you 
We have a dynamic team of consultants and technologists who are dedicated to making our customers successful, but our customers' needs are getting even more sophisticated and technically complex. We need you to help increase our capacity to partner with our customers and make Box an indispensable tool in their workforce. 
 
Why Box needs you 
Box is growing fast - really fast. Every business in the world is looking to modernize how they work. As the leader in cloud content management, Box is the foremost company that transforms how people and enterprises collaborate - but that doesn't happen automagically. Changing they way people work takes time, effort, and planning. That's where we come in.
 
Why you need Box
We provide a dynamic environment that brings together a group of passionate individuals from diverse backgrounds. Do you want to leave your mark? We encourage Boxers to "be owners of the company" and take charge as leaders within their organizations. Boxers are fundamental to the success of our company which is why we value personal development and mobility. Box Consulting works cross-functionally to provide a strategic viewpoint and high visibility to your accomplishments. Whatever your passion is in Technology we can find a path to get you there. Change Management Consultants are positioned for huge growth opportunities spanning across all functional areas of the business as they take on more complex engagements, mature our end user adoption methodology, and continuously provide feedback to shape the future of our product. 
 
Who you are
You are a customer advocate and are motivated by helping others learn and grow. You listen well, ask questions, and translate business needs into a strategic plan that you can execute against. You build trusting relationships and are not afraid to advise a customer on how to improve their adoption strategy when they might not be acting in their own best interest. You can distill complex ideas into powerful messaging and meet people where they are in their technology know-how. You are comfortable advocating for the user in a room of technical subject matter experts and have a consistent record of working with senior leaders. You are persuasive, professional, flexible, and detailed – all at the same time.
 
Here’s the fine print:
  • You have a strong background of 3+ years in software implementation or Consulting. 
  • You are independent and motivated and thrive in a fast paced, ever changing environment.
  • You are passionate about technology and its impact on the enterprise.
  • You may have experience with visual design suites (Adobe Suite, Affinity, etc.) or video-editing.

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