Your Role at Bread

  • Own merchant relationships to create a mutually beneficial partnership, constantly seeking expansion/growth/upsell opportunities for the client and ensuring the client understands the value Bread brings to their business

  • Train merchants on how to use the Bread tool and market our financing product to their customers

  • Ensure merchant compliance and drive relevant product adoption to generate high retention rates

  • Help merchants create and deploy effective marketing initiatives around financing using a data-driven approach

  • Work cross-functionally with Sales, Product, and Engineering to ensure that merchant wins, losses, and suggestions are recorded and iterated on

  • Demonstrate thought leadership in digital marketing

 

What we are looking for

Must Have:

  • Digital Marketing, eCommerce or software/SaaS experience - this is a must

  • 5+ years of customer facing work experience, ideally specifically with experience working with Fortune 500 enterprise clients

  • Exemplary written and verbal (face to face and phone/screenshare) communication skills

  • Track record of delivering high-quality outputs consistently under pressure. You thrive in a high-pressure, fast-paced environment

  • BA / BS degree from an accredited university

  • The ability to travel on occasion when relevant, appropriate and safe - expect that somewhere around 25% of your time will be traveling domestically

 

Nice to Have:

  • Experience using Excel or other Business Intelligence reporting tools like Looker, Tableau or Domo to conduct data analysis - you have performed business analyses with e-commerce data, and have presented your results as a catalyst for business change/strategic decisions

  • Passion about working with clients to help drive meaningful business results

  • Enthusiastic about problem solving and taking on a challenge - you are motivated to think creatively and execute in new areas

  • Positive attitude and proven work ethic - you're highly motivated, thrive working independently to achieve relevant, time-sensitive goals, and enjoy dynamic environments

  • Adept at engaging a wide audience, ranging from C-suite executives to day-to-day managers, empathetically and persuasively

  • Able to communicate technical concepts to non-technical people

This job description is illustrative of the types of duties typically performed by this job. It is not intended to be an exhaustive listing of each and every essential function of the job. Because job content may change from time to time, the Company reserves the right to add and/or delete essential functions from this job at any time.

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