We’re looking for an energetic and entrepreneurial team member who loves to think strategically and thinks big picture, while also feeling comfortable diving into details.
As our first business hire, you’ll have a front row seat and opportunity to engage with and impact multiple go to market areas at once, from product marketing to sales and customer service.
You’ll work closely with our founding team and CEO to drive strategic and cross functional initiatives, including driving strategic items with our Fortune 50 stakeholders.
- Work closely with the startup CEO to drive strategic initiatives including supporting the company’s fundraising and investor relations efforts.
- Play an active role in product and proof of concept deployments with our Fortune 50 customers, and build the early processes that will allow us to scale our deployment efforts for the long term.
- Support the company’s marketing and branding efforts, including building the frameworks and positioning for the company’s thought leadership opportunities.
- Act as a bridge between customers and the company’s R&D and product teams in order to improve product development efficiency, and help determine processes that allow feedback to be incorporated at scale.
- Improve the company’s ability to scale as a company by identifying bottlenecks and inefficiencies, and build processes from the ground up in order to ensure we hit company targets while growing as an organization.
- 3+ years working in a strategy and/or business operations role at a fast growing startup, or 2+ years at a top tier management consulting firm
- Excellent communication skills, adept at synthesizing multiple and complex data points into clear and articulate concepts
- Strong analytical skills. While we don’t expect you to be proficient in SQL or Python, we expect you to be data driven, and comfortable incorporating quantitative analysis into your thought process
- Bonus for experience in B2B or enterprise SaaS
- Bonus for experience in management consulting experience working retail or consumer goods clients
- MBA good to have, not a must