Box is growing, solving bigger problems and at a faster pace every year. Our Engineering team drives the company's growth. We're seeking a Senior Business Operations Manager to join our Engineering Business Strategy and Operations team. This team is comprised of our business operations, technical program management, and systems specialist functions. We work together to help Engineering and Product teams deliver faster and at enterprise grade quality.
Why the team needs you
As an individual contributor on this high-performing team, you will be responsible for identifying and assisting with solutions for Box Engineering's most complex business strategy and operations problems and aiding with developing and driving business processes to materially impact the organization's ability to execute as it scales. For example, this includes identifying, developing and executing business process improvements; supporting quarterly planning and business reviews and weekly domain reviews; and driving accountability for a department's budget. 
Why Box needs you
Box is growing fast. Real fast. Every business in the world is looking to modernize the way that they work. As the leader in cloud content management, Box is the only company that can help enterprises transform how people work together. The Business Operations Program Manager is an important player in driving our Engineering organization's ability to execute against our company's ambitious goals. As Box continues to grow, we will need you to help us scale our business processes and systems in order to meet our goals effectively, such as improving the way we plan and assess our team performance, scaling the way we  manage our department’s budgets, or working cross functionally to develop programs to uplevel our talent, for instance.
Why you need Box
We have a tight-knit team that works closely with our SVP of Engineering and Box Co-Founder, and we're looking to grow the team. This is a great opportunity for a creative thinker, looking for an inside perspective on a high-growth, innovative tech company. This is also a great opportunity for an independent individual contributor, who is seeking to expand their experience in business operations, analytics, and program and project management in the technical space.
Who you are
You will need to be comfortable in a fast-paced, start-up environment where collaborating across various teams and with stakeholders at all levels is crucial to our success. The role requires a passion for solving ambiguous problems, optimizing processes and scaling businesses, and using analytical and general management skills. You must act with a growth mindset and humility, willing to ask questions and learn new things in order to drive our business forward. In short, we're looking for someone who gets things done with creativity, a drive to learn, humility, a bit of grit and a sense of fun. 
Here's the fine print
  • BA/BS degree
  • Have led complex cross-functional initiatives
  • Sought out process and organizational problems and collaborated with key stakeholders to propose and implement solutions
  • Have developed and improved process without bureaucracy
  • Worked in the cloud software space, particularly at dynamic small and mid-sized companies
  • Worked in strategy and operations, technical program management, finance, or consulting 

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