EMEA Principal Technology Consultant, Employee Experience

Based in: Munich

 

The Team

Qualtrics is in the business of helping organisations manage experiences.  Of all experiences an organisation delivers, those of the employee have a lasting impact on talent retention, productivity, and their overall bottom-line.  However, many of the worlds companies still take an outdated approach to understanding their employees.  

As the employee landscape shifts, these outdated approaches are not delivering the insights required to truly engage their employee base.  As such, these organisations are also looking for a new way to not just monitor, but understand and improve the experiences they deliver to their employees.  Qualtrics has provided a new approach built on a foundation of world-class technology and solid expertise that is driving results for many of the world's top organisations.  

 

A Day in the Life

This position will focus on designing client programs and leading project teams to deliver successful employee experience programs that will bring impact to our customers. They will sit within the Employee Experience (EX) delivery team at Qualtrics.

 

The Right Candidate

Employee Feedback Industry Experience - The best candidate for the role will have a keen understanding of customer needs in employee feedback programs.  

Leading Project Teams - They will have experience leading virtual project teams to deliver complex, large-scale employee feedback programs within global matrixed organizations.

Design Forward-Thinking Programs - As part of the Sales process, while also working with an advisory expert, this role will influence our customers to help them shape their employee feedback programs. They will be working with organizations that are both mature and immature in the employee experience space and will be able to recognize and adapt their advice accordingly. They will understand the significant industry shifts taking place in employee listening programs, and be able to design forward-thinking, innovative yet practical programs for customers.

Influence and Delight Customers - This person will have exceptional customer and project management skills and be able to build strong working relationships with clients at some of the largest organizations across the globe. They’ll also be to easily learn new technology.

Finally, they will be inspired by and believe in our culture and values. They’ll believe in work being a positive experience for themselves and their co-workers, and be willing to strap in and enjoy the ride!



Responsibilities

30% Sales:

  • Support the sales process by discussing Qualtrics service offerings during sales presentations while providing input into proposals
  • Deliver workshops to advise customers on successful EX programs and shape service offerings to achieve program goals

 

70% Delivery:

  • Partner with customers and Qualtrics team members to provide strategic project management expertise leading to the alignment of project goals between the customer and delivery team.
  • Develop a deep understanding of the Qualtrics offerings and the customer needs to communicate effectively how the Qualtrics platform will address their challenges and enhance their program.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with senior customer stakeholders on large projects. This role will gather an understanding of customer’s business objectives and strategic objectives and will act as an advisor
  • Serve as the primary contact from the delivery leadership team for customer information, progress, issue resolution, and tracking
  • Lead project teams consisting of project managers, technical consultants, and engineers, with the objective to deliver on project goals and objectives
  • Conduct risk planning, monitoring, mitigation and reporting to stakeholders both during project delivery
  • Develop quality management plans and principles for the team to adopt to ensure successful delivery and deployment of technology. This will include partnering with the customer on employee data transfer cadence, content and quality assurance processes to ensure outputs are aligned with business requirements and goals
  • Contribute to product development by being the voice of our largest customers to the Qualtrics product team to help shape the product roadmap



 Successful candidates will possess most of the following qualifications: 

  • 7+ years experience designing and delivering on best practice HR programs, employee survey programs, employee assessment programs or in an Employee Insights/Analytics function
  • Preferred knowledge of the different feedback systems (Engagement, Pulse, Lifecycle, 360, Candidate, etc) to listen to employee's and have the ability to make recommendations on which feedback system/s would deliver on the program purpose and strategy.  
  • A blend of consulting experience, as well as internal-customer experience, is ideal, although candidates from either side will be considered
  • Strong program management skills with the ability to plan project tasks/events and execute on these on time and on budget with quality at the forefront of everything you do
  • Experience working with large and complex organizations with a proven track record for delivering projects with successful outcomes
  • Strong experience running delivery workshops with customers to help them make key project decisions
  • Consultative and relationship builder who can quickly understand customer needs and identify solutions to meet these requirements
  • Willingness and ability to travel up to 10%



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