As the Chief of Staff at Flashpoint, you will have the opportunity to engage with all aspects of the business, at all levels of the organization, on both operational and strategic initiatives. You will help establish operational excellence across Flashpoint ensuring that the business is running smoothly and activities are correctly prioritized and implemented.

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We have a role for you if

  • You take responsibility to drive critical, cross-functional projects, as well as recurring reporting deliverables to the leadership team, investors, and board
  • You have a strategic mindset, a passion for excellence, and have collaborated with executive teams and key leaders to elevate communication, execution, and accountability 
  • You have developed OKRs and aligned them with corporate strategy
  • You have developed presentations and communications to a global organization and for a board of directors
  • You have assisted with coordination of programs across the organization, planned and led executive leadership meetings, and facilitated discussions and action items
  • You have supported post-M&A integrations and corporate development initiatives
  • You have led and managed project implementation, leveraging project management tooling, and facilitated shared understanding across a variety of business functions
  • You have experience in managing executive operations, such as helping keep the CEO focused on the company’s highest priorities
  • You are proactive and work to identify gaps and to fill them
  • You are knowledgeable and familiar with SaaS and SaaS metrics


What you will get to do on our team

  • Drive strategic projects and initiatives (from scoping to implementation and tracking) 
  • Led the creation of thoughtful content for internal and external events, working with the CEO, President, Flashpoint Leadership team, and other Flashpoint team members
  • Support the CEO through coordination of executive priorities, implementation of operational objectives, and strategic thought leadership
  • Act as a central point of coordination for the leadership team processes and activities, ensuring that the CEO always has a current view of progress across the organization 
  • Plan and direct operational activities including Town Halls, Leadership Team Meetings, and off-sites


What you will achieve:

  • Within 30 days
    • Learn the company's growth plan, mission and portfolio of products and services. 
    • Begin to establish trust and alignment with the Leadership team and across the organization
    • Identify, set, and align strategic goals 
  • Within 60 days 
    • Drafted communications on behalf of the CEO 
    • Created reporting and presentations for our board of directors meeting 
    • Begun to implement and offer best practices for enhancing our operational processes 
  • By 90 days
    • Helped plan and facilitate a Quarterly Business Review (QBR) and/or strategic leadership offsite
    • Set agendas and tracked actions and project deliverables for our weekly leadership meetings
    • Helped align the CEOs priorities against the company’s objectives and initiatives


To be successful in this role, you will need

  • Experience in a Chief of Staff or equivalent role
  • Experience designing and managing operating routines to optimize information flow (huddles, MBRs, status update briefings, QBRs, LT)
  • Experience in a high growth SaaS business 
  • Project management experience and an ability to manage multiple projects at once; strong ability to prioritize
  • Experience proactively and successfully implementing change management strategies
  • Ability to handle the details while understanding the bigger picture
  • Proactive, flexible, and collaborative working style; self-starter is a must
  • Superior collaborative skills with ability to influence and engage peers with agility to navigate change in a high-growth environment

Base Pay Range: $145,800/yr. - $170,000/yr plus bonus

Why Flashpoint is a Great Place to Work:

  • Diversity.  Flashpoint is committed to fostering, cultivating and preserving a culture of diversity, inclusion, belonging, and equity. We recognize that diversity is key to achieving our vision. We believe that every person and their experiences contribute to building a work environment and products and services that will change the world.
  • Culture and Belonging.  Our company’s culture isn’t something you join, it’s something you build and shape, and each person's unique backgrounds and experiences contribute to who Flashpoint is and will become.  You will have ample opportunities to connect with coworkers through various communication channels and company-funded virtual events: book clubs, happy hours, committees, DIBE discussion group, Donut mixers, local team member meetups and much more. 
  • Perks. Flashpoint understands that personal wellness is one of the keys to a happy, healthy and productive work environment.  That’s why we also prioritize health and wellness perks like gym reimbursements, expensed lunches, cool cultural initiatives and inclusive employee events.
  • Career Growth. Flashpoint is invested in the growth of our team members and understands that frequent, two-way feedback is critical to that growth. We encourage regular one-on-ones with your manager, a regular schedule of performance reviews, learning and development opportunities, and guidance through formalized career paths; whether that be towards being a great manager, being a great individual contributor, or a lateral move to gain breadth of knowledge and experience.
  • A Great Place to Work. Literally. According to the 99% of employees surveyed, Flashpoint earned designation as a Great Place to Work-Certified™ Company for 2021. 100% of employees agree that new hires are made to feel welcome and appreciated. If you are interested in learning more, please check out our Certified Profile.

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