We are currently sourcing for a Sydney-based Senior Strategy Manager. This is a fabulous opportunity to work with an exceptional leader and team on the most current topics. You will have a chance to work across a diverse range of projects including crypto, BNPL, partnerships, data strategy, new market entry and more.
This Sydney-based Senior Strategy Manager which is Exclusive to Oaktree will take home an annual income of $150,000 – $170,000 Base + Super + Bonus.
This company is Australia’s leading provider of integrated financial services.
If you do not want to be in the same job next year and you are ready for the change, then please reach out to us or drop your CV below.
The position of Director of Product Strategy is based out of Melbourne. It is an amazing opportunity to join this entrepreneurial, fast-paced, and culturally collaborative passionate organisation that values teamwork above all else.
This role, Director of Product Strategy, is exclusive to Oaktree. And this role will take home an annual income of $220,000 – $250,000 package + Super + Bonus.
Working closely with the executive and reporting into the Chief Growth Officer with a dotted line into Corporate Strategy, the Product strategy position is responsible for designing and implementing the Product Strategy roadmap with a focus on the short to medium term growth agenda while leading a direct team of up to 4.
You will possess a strong consulting toolkit and problem solving ability (obtained from a branded consulting firm or Strat house), have worked in B2B and/or B2C and experience in fintech services would be advantageous too.
If this position is of interest please contact me on email@example.com for a confidential chat or submit your CV below.
The position of Head of Corporate Development is based in Sydney. The role reports into the CFO and currently has one very strong direct report but if you’re keen on expanding your skill set or looking for more responsibility then this could be just the right fit!
This role, Head of Corporate Development, is exclusive to Oaktree. And this role will take home an annual income of $250,000 – $300,000 package + Equity.
Initiatives will span fundraising, M&A, investor relations, new product lines and market expansion activities to identify overall opportunities for the business.
This company is a WINNING team of individuals committed towards delivering results through innovation using an integrated approach backed by extensive knowledge across multiple domains including finance & sustainability.
You will have a strong track record of transactions and M&A experience ideally coupled with some strategy too. Transactions experience applied in a renewable energy, infrastructure and/or fintech environment would be advantageous.
If this position is of interest please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a confidential chat, or send your CV below so we start processing your application.
Learn how to value Important things! Humans have a tendency for the value of something to drop when they have it. It’s a common human tendency to lose purpose when we finally achieve something. When you’ve been trying for so long, it can be hard to not have that feeling of achievement once you get there. It doesn’t matter what the goal is – even if it’s just a new hairstyle or a promotion at work – people seem to lose it’s worth in it when they don’t have it anymore. What do you think? Is this true for you too?
We value something less when we have it as opposed to not having it anymore. For example, when you are sick, the importance of your health increases.
It is really just how to value important things.
When we have “things” we tend to take them for granted. When we lose them or they are taken away, their value increases again. It’s easy to lose sight of what you’re actually trying to achieve when you finally get it. You forget about all the hard work and time invested in seeing your goals through, because there is no longer any pressure or fear of not achieving them. And then, the moment that pressure starts to return, we find ourselves obsessive over our goal again; maybe even more than before.
There are many factors involved in the value of something including scarcity and desirability which can contribute to its value.
When we lose something that was valuable to us, it will regain its value once returned or replaced with a suitable substitute. This is a very human trait but I hope to remember this time for years to come as a lesson in gratitude.
I think the life lesson here is practicing gratitude for what you have will make you a much happier person. Think relationships, job, health, lifestyle. Don’t wait until you experience loss to appreciate these things. What things do you value most right now that you have missed? Do you know how to value important things?