Head of Digital Content Strategy
June 19, 2020
Reporting to the Digital Chief Operating Officer, the Head of Content Strategy is responsible for constructing and delivering a content and thought leadership strategy that drives U.S. Banks transformation to Digital excellence. Closely aligned with Digital Sales, the leader will develop cohesive thought leadership narratives across platforms and channels and various customer experiences with a focus on driving digital engagement and sales. They will own the creation of a thought leadership and content strategy across the four humans served, lines of business supported, and which appropriately positions the Bank as a Digitally excellent organization. **Qualifications:** Competencies: Strategic and Commercial Acumen Has impressive intellectual horsepower and critical thinking skills accretive to the existing senior team. Knowledgeable of emerging industry trends be able to clearly envision and communicate the future digital roadmap for the business. Stellar executive presence and ability to synthesize and communicate with Vice Chairs Skilled at sizing and prioritizing digital trends and competitive threats and opportunities. Applies sound judgment to business and digital opportunities. Able to quickly integrate complex information and synthesize different points of view into a simple story. Extremely high critical analytics skills and ability to bring new insights into situations. Adaptability Demonstrates appropriate flexibility in all situations. Is comfortable with ambiguity. Learns from both successes and failures. Bounces back fast from disappointments. Works well under stress and pressure. Is persistent and stable, even during adversity. **Job:** Sales **Primary Location:** United States **Shift:** 1st - Daytime **Average Hours Per Week:** 40 **Requisition ID:** 200011410 U.S. Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.