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  • 4.9

    QuickFire Challenge Engagement Lead, Johnson & Johnson Innovation

    J&J Family of Companies
    Team Leader Infantry Team Job in Washington, DC
    Johnson & Johnson Innovation aims to solve the world's toughest health challenges and drive scientific breakthroughs that improve health for everyone, everywhere. Johnson & Johnson Innovation leverages the QuickFire Challenge crowdsourcing platform to help identify, empower and enable potential breakthrough healthcare ideas from innovators across the globe. The QuickFire Challenge Engagement Lead will work in partnership with the Director of Sourcing Innovation to develop go to market strategies to support the mission of Johnson & Johnson Innovation. At Johnson & Johnson Innovation, our mission is to unlock the potential of life science innovation no matter where it originates. + Review, edit, and account for all internal and external QuickFire Challenge published JJI content + Grow brand awareness, QuickFire Challenge applications, and demand generation via CRM, paid digital advertising, analyst and influencer engagement + Overall management and accountability of Johnson and Johnson Innovation QuickFire Challenge external engagement globally This position may be located in New Brunswick, NJ, NYC, NY, Washington DC, San Francisco, CA, San Diego, CA, Boston, MA, Houston, TX Reporting to the Global Innovation Activation Leader, the QuickFire Challenge Engagement Lead is responsible for developing strategies for brand building, digital engagement, and channel growth for QuickFire Challenges. + Drive awareness of QuickFire Challenge brand's value proposition + Lead and leverage QuickFire Challenge presence at large regional conferences (sponsorship, speaking engagements, event planning, advertisements, booth, speakers, etc.) Johnson & Johnson is currently recruiting for a QuickFire Challenge Engagement Lead. + Manage QuickFire Challenge strategic marketing and communications budget, including forecasting monthly/quarterly spend and year-end reporting
    Senior Level
    Bachelors Required
    60d+ ago
  • 4.8

    Microsoft Industry Squad Leader

    Accenture
    Squad Leader Job in Washington, DC
    For now, all Accenture business travel, international and domestic, is currently restricted to client-essential sales/delivery activity only. Along with Accenture's broad industry experience and transformation skills & Avanade's specialization in the Microsoft ecosystem. We even built our own platform, my Nav, my Concerto etc, that mixes the best parts of Accenture, Microsoft and Avanade to help companies transform and become digital leaders. + You will partner with Avanade and Microsoft and Accenture to bring best in class solutions to your clients + Lead large deal pursuits for specified Accenture Microsoft Business Group opportunities As one of Accenture's Largest Partners in IPS, #1 Global Cloud Elite and Platinum member of the Microsoft Partnership. Every day, we bring the Power of Three (Po3) Accenture/Microsoft/Avanade together to drive business outcomes for our clients.
    Mid Level
    Senior Level
    Bachelors Preferred
    Associate Required
    60d+ ago

Average Salary For a Squad Leader

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Squad Leader is $57,705 per year or $28 per hour. The highest paying Squad Leader jobs have a salary over $121,000 per year while the lowest paying Squad Leader jobs pay $27,000 per year

Updated November 10, 2022
Average Squad Leader Salary
$57,705 yearly
$28 hourly
$27,000
10%
$57,705
Median
$121,000
90%

5 Common Career Paths For a Squad Leader

Supervisor

Supervisors are responsible for overseeing the daily functions of employees in a specific team, department, or even a work shift. They create work schedules, organize work processes and workflows, train new hires, provide necessary reports related to the team function and the employees, monitor and evaluate employee performance, and ensure that goals of the specific team or department are met. When needed, supervisors also provide guidance to employees in terms of their career or even personal challenges. They also help in fostering harmonious work relationships by resolving interpersonal conflicts at work. To be successful in their role, they must have leadership skills, time management skills, decision-making capabilities, analytical skills, and problem-solving skills.

Manager

Managers are responsible for a specific department, function, or employee group. They oversee their assigned departments and all the employees under the department. Managers are responsible that the department they are handling is functioning well. They set the department goals and the steps they must take to achieve the goals. They are also in charge of assessing the performance of their departments and their employees. Additionally, managers are responsible for interviewing prospective candidates for department vacancies and assessing their fit to the needs of the department. Managers also set the general working environment in the department, and they are expected to ensure that their employees remain motivated.

Assistant Manager

An assistant manager provides assistance and support to the direct manager in ensuring that the business runs smoothly with guaranteed satisfaction. An associate manager helps organize daily projects and manages employees to make sure that tasks are being done in a timely and accurate manner. Assistant managers are also expected to develop a good relationship with the whole workforce and clients to contribute to a successful and healthy workplace. An assistant manager is also required to present practical strategies for business growth, monitor daily operations, and communicate with clients for any possible suggestions and complaints.

Platoon Sergeant

A platoon sergeant is responsible for monitoring the platoon on its daily operations, including their training and activities, evaluating their performance, and enforcing disciplinary actions to maintain the order of the group. Platoon sergeants work closely with a platoon commander, advising high-end strategic procedures to support the troops, including defense training and weapon tactics. They also coordinate with different units, especially on deploying the platoon for assignments and security duties to maintain the peace of the vicinity.

Operations Manager

Operations managers are in charge of running the main business of the organization. They ensure that the business is running smoothly from an operations standpoint. They make sure that the processes in place produce the necessary output by implementing quality control measures. They also manage finances and ensure that there is enough budget to keep the operations of the business running. They also ensure that the production of goods or services is cost-efficient. Operations managers also handle people-related concerns. They are responsible for interviewing candidates, choosing the ones to hire, and ensuring that individuals assigned to operations are properly trained.

Illustrated Career Paths For a Squad Leader