Role Description:

  • Onboard clients onto our platform, answer their questions, personally solve their problems, and ensure that using our product is always a safe and smooth experience.
  • Handle operational needs that includes support for multiple business lines.
  • Ensure our client’s needs are met by being their champion internally within Anchorage. 
  • Create a reputation around our client journey as the most enjoyable, seamless, and professional experience in the industry. 
  • Instill peace of mind, trust, and confidence throughout every client interaction.
  • Develop technical and financial acumen with the goal of becoming a beacon of knowledge for the industry, and your coworkers. 
  • Storyboard and constantly improve our client journey using data and pattern analysis. 
  • Collaborate with our Sales department to ensure a perfect/high-touch hand-off and an ongoing open dialogue. 
  • Adhere to policies, procedures and regulatory banking requirements; proactively partner with our Compliance department whenever there is uncertainty. 
  • Personify Anchorage’s core values and help codify/scale our brand behavior. 

Qualifications:

  • You must be open to participating in an on-call rotation (including some nights and weekends) to assist with client inquiries and transactions
  • You have +2 years working in a product support role directly assisting and interacting with clients to address technical and general support questions
  • You have +1 year of experience either working at a crypto exchange, crypto custodian, or similar crypto industry related firm that services institutional clients
  • You have +1 year of experience on-boarding clients and preferably assisting with KYC/AML documentation collection/coordination
  • You know how to preemptively and retroactively deal with client emotions. 
  • You’ve proven that you can maintain composure in stressful situations.
  • You  are willing to obtain the Series 7 and 63 securities licenses. 
  • You have experience organizing/tracking your client relationships through a CRM (such as Talkdesk, Zendesk, Gladly, etc.), and you know how to leverage data to increase client engagement/satisfaction.   
  • You have a genuine interest in learning more about blockchain technology and the crypto-movement.

Bonus Points:

  • You've proven that you can navigate the constantly changing demands of a high growth startup.
  • You have experience working in the crypto industry
  • You have worked at or with institutional investment funds.
  • You've seen and were emotionally moved by the musical Hamilton (the founder of our nation's financial system :).

Company Benefits (Mid-Pandemic):

  • 100% coverage of health, dental, & vision for you and your dependents.
  • One Medical Membership.
  • Pre-tax commuter/parking benefits.
  • 401(k) plan & FSA.
  • Flexible, guilt-free, vacation policy.
  • Monthly mental health day.
  • Home workstation budget.
  • Employee training & development.
  • Meaningful equity in a fast-growing company.

Postscript:

Anchorage is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or veteran status. Anchorage considers qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with other legal requirements. Anchorage refers to services that are offered either through Anchorage Hold LLC, a Delaware limited liability company and registered Money Services Business, or Anchorage Trust Company, a South Dakota-chartered trust company. Anchorage Hold LLC and Anchorage Trust Company are wholly-owned subsidiaries of Anchor Labs Inc., a Delaware corporation headquartered in San Francisco, California.



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