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The Red Hat Sales team is looking for a Vice President of the Financial Services and Insurance Industry to join us. In this role, you will be responsible for promoting Red Hat’s success in the financial services industry (FSI) and within the overall Red Hat’s FSI accounts across our global landscape. You’ll direct a cross-functional team to achieve the goals of this industry with a focus on financial metrics, developing an overall vision of creating an FSI vertical and associated ecosystem, and leading the long-term view and investment portfolio of this business. As a Vice President, you will guide multi-product growth through the creation of joint go-to-market solutions that promote true business outcomes with industry-specific outcomes on industry-specific global accounts. You’ll also provide the strategy and leadership for the development of a partner ecosystem that applies Red Hat’s technology and ensures our success within cross-functional solutions areas across the FSI. Successful applicants must reside in a state where Red Hat is registered to do business.
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