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Divisional Vice President of Solution Delivery – Spencer Gifts & Spirit Halloween

Location: Egg Harbor Township, NJ

Reports to: Chief Information Officer

Role Description:

The Divisional Vice President of Solution Delivery will actively advance organizational application development capabilities both internal and external, software solution implementations and the overall software architecture direction. This role will be a key member of technology selection, solution design, and partner strategies and will ensure the quality of the assigned software projects in coordination with the Project Management Office (PMO) and business units to deliver technical business solutions to the enterprise. This role will develop a high visibility profile within Spencer Gifts & Spirit Halloween with significant interaction with other leaders across the brands and operations. Partnership, leadership, and business approach are critical.

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