Reporting to the Executive Vice President, Research Solutions Sales (RSS), the VP Commercial Journals Performance role is a key driver for the core Journal strategy and successful commercial performance of the core Journals business within RSS.
The role is accountable to drive key RSS initiatives to support Journals business revenue of approximately $1.6B and annual growth of +$25M in new business and +$45M in renewal growth each year through 2020.
The role requires strong leadership, strategic thinking and a commercial foundation combined with analytic skills to initiate improvement opportunities and desired commercial outcomes.
Persuasive communication, cross functional leadership and program management are key capabilities required to drive results.
This role is preferable based in Amsterdam.
The role will develop and execute the following key initiatives :
Improve overall renewal performance in each RSS region with differing regional dynamics by :
Lead the global Complex Renewals program to address Elsevier’s largest most complex journals renewals by :
Drive new business journals performance including premium titles and JLS in each RSS region by :
What we offer
We welcome you to a truly global, dynamic and challenging environment with great opportunities for personal development.
Elsevier’s benefits are very competitive and the summary below will give you an idea of what you can expect when joining Elsevier in the Netherlands.
An assessment or business case could be part of our selection procedure. A pre-employment screening will be part of our recruitment procedure.
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