Trellance is the leading provider of data, analytics, and business intelligence solutions to financial institutions. Organizations use its technology and consulting services to meet the consumer finance expectations of today’s digital world, one that is increasingly driven by artificial intelligence and machine learning. The company’s patented enterprise data platform, Trellance M360, is the enabling engine behind digital transformation and member experience. Trellance was founded in 1989, and its Tampa headquarters features a modern office space with panoramic water and city views, covered parking, onsite car detailing, and a café. The company offers attractive compensation; medical, dental, and vision benefits; 401k with matching plus profit-sharing; and many more tools and resources.
The Client Delivery Manager (CDM) leads small scale client projects for implementation of technical systems, software, hardware, or solutions. The individual will understand the client needs, working closely with them to ensure goals are met within established and agreed timelines. Responsible for the day-to-day management of multiple implementation projects and is the primary point of contact with the client and coordinates with other internal departments. Oversees and supports multiple projects at any given time.
Bachelor’s degree (BA or BS) from an accredited college or university plus a minimum of four (4) years of experience in a related field; alternatively, a high school diploma or equivalent plus a minimum of eight (8) years of experience in a technical related field.
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Client management experience with quantifiable achievements at B2B technology, software, data analytics, or payments companies is preferred. Experience with account management, client services, or consulting with credit unions, banks, or financial institutions is desirable. High level understanding of Agile and Waterfall methodologies. Understands project management methodology and phases and how to set and meet deadlines and other goals through expected outcomes.