Mavendog, LLC is in need of skilled Market Analysts. They are an integral part of the Investigative Analysis Services (IAS) division. Candidates must be highly experienced in business planning, market, and impact analysis. IA work is often on-demand, a short-term evaluations and reports for executives or department heads. Such evaluations are pre and post delivery (for example, the evaluation of a project's long-term viability and Return On Investment (ROI) in context with the client’s overall program and corporate strategy).
Mavendog, LLC is always seeking quality Business Analysts (BAs). They are part of Mavendog’s Investigative Analysis (IA) division. They have an integral role in analyzing and understanding the procedures, processes, and systems of a functional and/or technical domain. It is their job to discover ways that operation can work more efficiently, and how each component part affects business output. As a project resource, they are critical, defining business and/or technical requirements in order to assist the team in implementing strategic improvements. They also can be involved in later phases of project work, particularly around quality management. BAs are expected to work independently when provided with guidance, goals and direction.
Mavendog, LLC seeks a Business Development Executive to help acquire new customers and sell its management consulting services and products. This is a Cleveland/Akron/Hudson, OH-based role, with a regional focus on the Midwest (OH, MI, western PA). It is a senior role, and he or she will be tasked with helping grow Mavendog from a small start-up company to a leader in the consulting marketplace. It is an exciting position with potentially huge upside, allowing the executive to put his or her indelible mark on the Mavendog organization and its direction.
Mavendog, LLC is seeking select Executive Project Managers (EPM). The EPM provides clients with consultant-oriented leadership for large, complex, risky, and high profile assignments. This leader is expected to take ultimate project and/or program management responsibility. The role calls for individuals who can handle client settings that need more strong-matrixed/projectized authority. The EPM has full lifecycle project planning and execution responsibilities, from starting point to mission complete, which include factors dealing with the full extent of requirements; scope; schedule; cost; and all PM Knowledge Areas. Delivery will be in line with client expectations of quality, security, and operational synthesis. The EPM reports to client sponsors and is accountable to client management primaries (stakeholders). These may include facility and department-level personnel in addition to Senior Management and C-suite executives.