Are you an experienced, passionate pioneer in technology? An industry solutions professional who wants to work in a collaborative environment. As an experienced Games Network Manager, you will have the ability to share new ideas and collaborate on projects as a consultant without the extensive demands of travel. If so, consider an opportunity with Deloitte under our Project Delivery Talent Model. Project Delivery Model (PDM) is a talent model that is tailored specifically for long-term, onsite client service delivery. PDM practitioners are local to project locations, minimizing extensive travel, and provides you with a full career path within the firm.
Work you’ll do/Responsibilities
The Games Network Manager is responsible for working with the Telcom Service Provider and the host organizing committee to design, implement and operate the network solution to support the overall Technology Project for an edition of the Sporting Event. The role is a technical role with network engineer experience. The role will be responsible designing detailed network solutions both across the entire Sporting Event ecosystem as well as working with Venue Technology Managers and Venue Telecom Managers to ensure that requirements are understood and supported properly. The Games Network Manager will also work across all Technology Service Providers to support network standards and compatibility.
The US Core Industry Solutions Offering encompasses industry vertical, sector specific solutions that leverage distinct technologies to drive operational change and automate the core our client’s business. We incorporate expertise from across the firm to leverage common approaches, best practices, and strategic investments to scale these solutions according to industry strategy. Core Industry Solutions will be known in the market for a focus on transforming industry operations through industry technology solutions.
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