Managing Director Job Openings In Chicago, IL - 745 Jobs

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    $127,902

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    Managing Director

    Confidential
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director

    Randstad Holding
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director

    KPMG
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director

    KPMG Us LLP
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director

    Phaidon International (Uk) Ltd
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Managing Director

    CBRE
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Managing Director

    Resolution Media, Inc.
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director

    KPMG
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director

    KPMG
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director

    Chicago, IL
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    Managing Director

    Chicago, IL
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    Managing Director - Chicago

    Robert Half International
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director, Mergers & Acquisitions

    Confidential
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Managing Director, Individual Giving

    Teach for America, Inc.
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Managing Director - Chicago

    Robert Half
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Managing Director, Dispute Advisory

    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director - Sponsor Finance

    Confidential
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director, Corporate Finance

    KPMG
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Managing Director-Unit - #221303

    Principal Financial Group
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Public Finance Managing Director

    Wells Fargo
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director, Chicago & West Coast

    Confidential
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director, Compliance Investment Solutions

    Nuveen Investments
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Managing Director, Behavioral Health (IPA)

    Confidential
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Sales & Use Tax Managing Director

    Confidential
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director - Business Management & Analysis

    Nuveen Investments
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director I, DCM Origination.

    Fifth Third Bank
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Managing Director, Behavioral Health (IPA)

    Centene Corporation
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director - Business Management & Analysis

    TIAA
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Managing Director, Behavioral Health (IPA)

    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director Unit

    Principal Financial Group
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director, Healthcare Originations (Private Equity Group)

    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Managing Director Asset-Backed Securities Origination

    U.S. Bank
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Managing Director, HPS Implementation Portfolio Lead

    Evolent Health
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director, (m

    KPMG Us LLP
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    New Market Tax Credits Manager or Managing Director

    Baker Tilly
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director, Specialty Construction UW & Field Sales - Midwest Region

    The Hartford
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Advisory - Business Consulting & Technology, Human Capital Management, Managing Director

    Grant Thornton LLP
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director, Specialty Construction UW & Field Sales - Midwest Region

    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Advisory - Business Consulting & Technology, Human Capital Management, Managing Director

    Confidential
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    New Market Tax Credits Manager or Managing Director

    Confidential
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    New Market Tax Credits Manager or Managing Director

    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director, Specialty Construction UW & Field Sales Midwest Region

    Confidential
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Managing Director, Specialty Construction UW & Field Sales Midwest Region

    The Hartford
    Chicago, IL
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    $97,730

    Managing Director - Revenue Management Consulting - Multiple Locations

    Navigant
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Director, Medical Management

    Centene Corporation
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Director, Utilization Management

    Centene Corporation
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Director, Bulk Spirits Management

    Constellation Brands, Inc.
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Director AIM Client Management - 135399

    Anthem, Inc.
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Change Management Director

    Hub International
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Director AIM Client Management 135399

    Anthem
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Field Care Management - Director Job

    Wellcare Health Plans Inc.
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Director AIM Client Management - 135399

    Anthem
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Dynamics CRM Director - remote - $180K - limited travel

    Confidential
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    Director - Revenue Cycle Management - Multiple Locations

    Navigant
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

    National MS CRM Director - $175K! - REMOTE!!

    Confidential
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Director Solutions Management - AIM (Chicago, IL) #138795

    Anthem
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    National MS CRM Director - $175k! - Remote!!

    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Director Solutions Management AIM (Chicago, IL) #138795

    Anthem
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Director, Yield Management and Programmatic Platforms

    Legacy
    Chicago, IL
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    $127,902

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    Dynamics CRM Director - remote - $180K - limited travel

    Chicago, IL

Managing Director Jobs

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$127,902

  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Getting Information
  • Coordinating the Work and Activities of Others
  • Guiding, Directing, and Motivating Subordinates
  • Deal with People
  • Make Decisions
  • Stressful

What does a Managing Director do

Emergency management directors prepare plans and procedures for responding to natural disasters and other emergencies. They also help lead the response during and after emergencies, often in coordination with public safety officials, elected officials, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies.

Duties

Emergency management directors typically do the following:

  • Assess hazards and prepare plans to respond to emergencies and disasters in order to minimize risk to people and property
  • Meet with public safety officials, private companies, and the general public to get recommendations regarding emergency response plans
  • Organize emergency response training programs and exercises for staff, volunteers, and other responders
  • Coordinate the sharing of resources and equipment within the community and across communities to assist in responding to an emergency
  • Prepare and analyze damage assessments following disasters or emergencies
  • Review emergency plans of individual organizations, such as medical facilities, to ensure their adequacy
  • Apply for federal funding for emergency management planning, responses and recovery and report on the use of funds allocated
  • Review local emergency operations plans and revise them if necessary
  • Maintain facilities used during emergency operations

Emergency management directors are responsible for planning and leading the responses to natural disasters and other emergencies. Directors work with government agencies, nonprofits, private companies, and the general public to develop effective plans that minimize damage and disruptions during an emergency.

To develop emergency response plans, directors typically research “best practices” from around the country and from other emergency management agencies. Directors also must prepare plans and procedures that meet local, state, and federal regulations.

Directors must analyze the resources, equipment, and staff available to respond to emergencies. If resources or equipment are lacking, directors must either revise their plans or obtain the needed resources from another community or state. Many directors coordinate with fire, emergency medical service, police departments, and public works agencies in other communities to locate and share equipment during an emergency. Directors must be in contact with other agencies to collect and share information regarding the scope of the emergency, the potential costs, and the resources or staff needed.

After plans are developed, emergency management directors typically ensure that individuals and groups become familiar with the emergency procedures. Directors often use social media to disseminate plans and warnings to the general public.

Emergency management directors run training courses and disaster exercises for staff, volunteers, and local agencies to ensure an effective and coordinated response to an emergency. Directors also may visit schools, hospitals, or other community groups to update everyone on the emergency plans.

During an emergency, directors typically maintain a command center at which personnel monitor and manage the emergency operations. Directors help lead the response, making adjustments to or prioritizing certain actions if necessary. These actions may include ordering evacuations, conducting rescue missions, or opening up public shelters for those displaced by the disaster. Emergency management directors also may need to conduct press conferences or other outreach activities to keep the public informed about the emergency.

Following an emergency, directors must assess the damage to their community and must coordinate getting assistance and supplies into the community if necessary. Directors may need to request state or federal assistance to help execute their emergency response plan and provide support to effected citizens, organizations, and communities. Directors may also revise their plans and procedures to prepare for future emergencies or disasters.

Emergency management directors working for hospitals, universities, or private companies may be called business continuity managers. Similar to their counterparts in local and state government, business continuity managers prepare plans and procedures to help businesses maintain operations and minimize losses during and after an emergency.

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how to become a Managing Director

Emergency management directors typically need a bachelor’s degree, as well as multiple years of work experience in emergency response, disaster planning, or public administration.

Education

Emergency management directors typically need a bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, accounting, finance, emergency management, or public health. Some directors working in the private sector in the area of business continuity management may need to have a degree in computer science, information systems administration, or another information technology (IT) field.

Some smaller municipalities or local governments may hire applicants who have just a high school diploma. However, these applicants usually need extensive work experience in emergency management if they are to be hired.

Work Experience in a Related Occupation

Applicants typically need multiple years of work experience, often with the military, law enforcement, fire safety, or in another emergency management field, before they can be hired as an emergency management director. Previous work experience in these areas enables applicants to make difficult decisions in stressful and time-sensitive situations. Such experience also prepares one to work with various agencies to ensure that proper resources are used to respond to emergencies.

For more information, see the profiles on police and detectives, firefighters, police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers, and EMTs and paramedics.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Some states require directors to obtain certification within a certain timeframe after being hired in the position.

Many agencies and states offer voluntary certificate programs to help emergency management directors obtain additional skills. Some employers may prefer or even require a Certified Emergency Manager® (CEM®), Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP), or equivalent designation. Emergency management directors can attain the CEM designation through the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM); the certification must be renewed every 5 years. The CBCP designation is given by the Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRI) and must be renewed every 2 years.

Both associations require applicants to complete a certain number of continuing education courses prior to recertification.

Important Qualities

Communication skills. Emergency management directors must write out and communicate their emergency preparedness plans to all levels of government, as well as to the public.

Critical-thinking skills. Emergency management directors must anticipate hazards and problems that may arise from an emergency in order to respond effectively.

Decisionmaking skills. Emergency management directors must make timely decisions, often in stressful situations. They must also identify the strengths and weaknesses of all solutions and approaches, as well as the costs and benefits of each action.

Interpersonal skills. Emergency management directors must work with other government agencies, law enforcement and fire officials, and the general public to coordinate emergency responses.

Leadership skills. To ensure effective responses to emergencies, emergency management directors need to organize and train a variety of people.

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Real Managing Director Salaries

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Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Senior Managing Director, Head of Investor Relations Lone Star Americas Acquisitions, L.L.C. New York, NY Jun 29, 2016 $775,000 -
$900,000
Managing Director Dyal Co. LLC Armonk, NY Sep 06, 2016 $650,000
Managing Director Vivo Capital, LLC Palo Alto, CA Sep 21, 2016 $600,000
Managing Director, Head of Latam Derivatives Trading Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. New York, NY Jul 27, 2016 $525,000
Extended Managing Director Goldman, Sachs & Co. New York, NY Feb 08, 2015 $500,000
Managing Director Head of Digital Business Jpmorgan Chase & Co. New York, NY Feb 09, 2015 $500,000
Extended Managing Director Goldman, Sachs & Co. New York, NY Mar 22, 2016 $500,000
Extended Managing Director Goldman, Sachs & Co. New York, NY Jul 12, 2015 $500,000
Managing Director Bregal Energy, Inc. New York, NY Apr 24, 2016 $500,000
Managing Director RSL Investments II Corporation New York, NY May 13, 2016 $500,000

Top Skills for a Managing Director

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FinancialServicesBusinessStrategyProductDevelopmentBusinessDevelopmentDeliveryPAssetManagementClientRelationshipsProjectManagementBusinessPlanOversightRealEstateHumanResourcesWEBCustomerServiceHealthcareAdditionalDUEDiligenceIncomeBusinessUnit

Top Managing Director Skills

If you want to make a solid impression on recruiters, add the following skills to your resume:
  1. Financial Services
  2. Business Strategy
  3. Product Development
Here are examples of how managing directors have used the most in demand skills on their resumes:
  • Provided expert services and other litigation support to banks and financial services firms, in ongoing mortgage and credit related matters.
  • Improved organizational effectiveness by aligning the organization with it business strategy.
  • Formulated sales strategies and directed product development initiatives.
  • Reported to upper management and responsible for unit's business development, overall management, and financial results.
  • Collaborated with an interdisciplinary team for coordination of inpatient care delivery.

Asset Management, Additional, Product Development, Income, Oversight, Customer Service, Delivery, Project Management, Business Unit, Business Development, Business Strategy, Financial Services, WEB, Real Estate, DUE Diligence, Client Relationships, Human Resources, Business Plan, P, Healthcare

Top Managing Director Employers

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Top 10 Managing Director Employers

Charles Schwab has a strong demand for Managing Director candidates where they have hired the most Managing Director candidates.

Overall, 10 firms have active listings for Managing Director.

Charles Schwab, BNY Mellon, Teach for America, Healthcare Services Group, Barclays Capital, Fedex, Accenture, United States Air Force, Freddie Mac, Newoak Capital

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