Heather Kilbourn is looking for work, December 2022 edition

Like many others in the tech industry this year, I received news this morning that my contract is ending at the end of December. So, I’m back on the hunt for a Principal- or Director-level role in people and business management, product/program management, customer experience analysis and optimization, or communications.

A flyer with tear-offs on the bottom like someone is advertising something. The top headline says, "Hello?" Below that is a picture of Lionel Ritchie. Below his picture is a sub-heading that says, "Is it me you're looking for?"

Each of the tear-offs is a line from his 1984 #1 hit single, "Hello".

I’ve been in tech for…well, a while, and offer a wealth of skills and experiences in the following:

  • People manager from executives to front line
  • Startup and Fortune 100 business operations experience
  • Product management for entertainment mobile apps/web with a 300M+ MAU
  • Website customer experience management and optimization for 75M+ page properties
  • Reactive and proactive communications (plus I’m a published author)
  • Datacenter operations, developer documentation support, project management, etc.

I get stuff done!

If any of y’all out there have any job leads for anything in the zone, I’d be most appreciative, thank you!

My LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kilbo/

2 responses to “Heather Kilbourn is looking for work, December 2022 edition

  1. pinklightsabre

    Sorry to hear about the contract ending Heather but I can’t see you being without work for long, with those skills. I’d been out and kind of looking for a few months myself but just started up again this week. Love the Lionel Richie thingy, that’s brilliant! Hope you’re well! Bill

    • Thanks, Bill. Good luck to you on your hunt! Someone hung that up Lionel flyer up in a lunchroom over a decade ago and taking a picture of it continues to pay dividends. 🙂 I’m well and hope you are yours are as well.

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