PriceWaterhouseCoopers is looking for a Director, Technology Infrastructure Services. I can’t find a good quotable section, but basically they want a high-level manager/leader for Canada in what they’re calling infrastructure services, which seems to revolve around IT infrastructure like the hardware, software, networking, groupware — the kind of stuff that many people would simply group under “IT”.
I’ll grant that I probably don’t qualify for this job, and perhaps I’m a little tired, but … I’ve read this position a couple times and I still don’t feel like I’ve really got a great sense for what the job’s about. It’s got lots of action-oriented business words like Engage, Establish, Ensure, Enable. There’s lots of emphasizers like world-class, key, essential, leader, innovation.
Maybe being able to clearly understand the position from this posting is the first requirement for potential candidates. I don’t feel especially qualified to offer an opinion about it. In any case, if you read it and it sounds like you, then go forth and talk to PWC about becoming the Director, Technology Infrastructure Services. Sounds like an important position at a large company, so it can’t be all bad.