At Wizards of the Coast, we connect people around the world through play and imagination. From our genre defining games like Magic: The Gathering® and Dungeons & Dragons® to our growing multiverse, we continue to innovate and build new ways to foster friendship and connection. That’s where you come in!

We are seeking to bring on board a Director of Business Operations reporting to the SVP of Global Sales & Marketing to help us continue our fast-paced growth and organizational transformation.

A key strategic partner to the SVP, they plan and guide to completion strategic business and organizational projects, critical & time-sensitive initiatives and communication plans based on the shifting and growing needs of the organization.

A key member of the Sales & Marketing leadership team (SMLT), they interact with all levels at Wizards and internal & external partners. They represent and inform the SVP's decision-making on of all priority projects, issues, upcoming event, commitments & responsibilities with appropriate & timely follow-up.

Ready to make your mark in the world of Magic: The Gathering®, Dungeons & Dragons® and new brands? Time to roll for initiative…. Adventure awaits!

What You'll Do:

Be a stand-out partner driving efficient teamwork across our organization:

  • Define, run, improve the SMLT rhythm of business and communicate objectives between departments.
  • Identify & lead our strategic growth initiatives from defining new opportunities to implementing key projects from development through successful implementation.
  • Team-up and serve as point with our Games Studios’ operative leaders to bolster the efficiency between our teams, handling inquiries and developing action plans to address them.

Be a game changer driving organizational excellence as we grow and transform our organization:

  • Lead our organizational structure improvements from long-term organizational design to change implementation in close coordination with departments' heads.
  • Continually identify and drive improvements to our operating systems, practices, processes, and workflows for optimized efficiency and productivity.
  • Have a strong pulse and feedback loop on organizational needs, employee engagement & satisfaction and act as liaison between staff, managers & leaders.

Be a strategic planner driving operational governance:

  • Work with partners across Wizards on our annual growth plans including our headcount and program spend allocations.
  • Partner with Finance to run our monthly and quarterly fiscal planning including budgets and forecasts.
  • Partner with HR on organization-wide workforce management topics, including headcount planning and hiring plan completion.

Be a trusted adviser & master communicator

  • Plan, organize & facilitate the weekly SMLT meetings, off-sites and org wide all-hands and regularly cadenced strategy planning and project review meetings.
  • Act as representative of the SVP in important strategic and operational meetings.

What You'll Bring:

  • 10+ years in business or executive management including program management, operations, strategy, or finance, organizing & leading multiple teams.
  • BA/BS required.
  • Experience in a marketing organization is a benefit, but not required if able to learn rapidly.
  • Highly proactive, organized and adaptable self-starter with shown success leading cross-functional groups, achieving success through collaboration.
  • Excellent communicator in written and verbal form.
  • Linear logical thinker with strong process orientation, acute planning and budgeting skills.
  • High tolerance for ambiguity and ability to operate in a fast-growing environment.
  • High EQ with an ability to work with many different personality types and positively influence others.

We are an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer

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