Case Study | Scor | Strategic Project Manager

CORPORATE |  REINSURANCE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT | ASSOCIATE |

PERMANENT HIRE | PARIS, FRANCE

 

SCOR has had an outstanding growth over the past ten years, and has become one of the largest and most respected reinsurers in the world with a 6 billion euros turnover. It is a global leader, with a very strong presence in the United States (#1), in Europe (Top 3), and in Asia. SCOR advertised on Movemeon for a Strategic Project Manager role. The successful Movemeon member previously was a Strategy Consultant at Samsung Global Strategy Group and in the Transaction Advisory Services team at KPMG.

“At first sight, finding a job back in Europe while living in South Korea sounded challenging. Adding to the equation a very limited time due to intense working hours and family life, it seemed a bit like attempting the impossible! To win such a bet, networking is of course essential but it is not always sufficient. It is also critical to have someone helping you identify actual opportunities that correspond to your profile and aspirations. This is exactly what Movemeon did for me!”

Successful candidate.


 

About the Strategic Project Manager role

> The elaboration, and constant improvement, of the Division’s Strategic Plan
> The management of transversal strategic projects, on a global scope
> The analysis of growth opportunities, both organic and external (M&A)

 

Job requirements

> 2 to 6 years experience in consulting
> Full proficiency in English (note- French speaking is a plus but not mandatory)
> Strong analytical & presentation skills

 


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