Welcome to Foundry, a cryptocurrency pioneer dedicated to advancing decentralized infrastructure. At Foundry, we’re not waiting for a decentralized financial future — we’re building it now. By empowering institutions with the tools they need to mine and stake digital assets, we’re thoughtfully driving the industry forward with our team at the center of it all.

If you thrive on innovation, are inspired by the potential of blockchain technology and are passionate about being part of transformative global changes, then we’d love to connect. At Foundry, your skills will find purpose as you contribute to shaping the architecture of a more equitable and interconnected world through blockchain technology. Come be a vital member of the Foundry team, where your contributions will help empower a decentralized future. 

DESCRIPTION: The ERP Solutions Lead is an exciting opportunity for a motivated and passionate individual to join the team at Foundry, a subsidiary of the blockchain industry’s most prolific and active investor, Digital Currency Group. Reporting to the Chief Security Officer, the ERP Solutions Lead will oversee the end-to-end implementation process, from requirements gathering and solution design to deployment and post-implementation support, ensuring alignment with business needs and optimal utilization of the ERP system.

This is a rare invitation to join a small, highly professional entrepreneurial group, with the backing of the most established player in the fast-growing crypto space.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: As an ERP Solutions Lead, responsibilities encompass orchestrating project management activities such as planning, budgeting, and resource allocation, while effectively communicating with stakeholders to gather requirements and provide regular updates. Additionally, they oversee solution design, change management, risk mitigation, quality assurance, deployment support, and post-implementation activities, ensuring continuous improvement and knowledge transfer to optimize the ERP solution's alignment with evolving business needs.


  • Overall Project Management:
    • Develop and execute project plans, timelines, and budgets.
    • Coordinate resources, tasks, and activities across multiple teams and departments.
    • Monitor project progress and ensure adherence to deadlines and milestones.
  • Stakeholder Communication:
    • Serve as the primary point of contact for stakeholders, including executives, department heads, and end-users.
    • Facilitate regular meetings, status updates, and reporting to keep stakeholders informed of project progress and risks.
  • Requirements Gathering and Analysis:
    • Collaborate with key stakeholders to gather and document business requirements for the ERP solution.
    • Analyze requirements to identify gaps, dependencies, and potential challenges.
  • Solution Design and Configuration:
    • Work with technical teams and consultants to design the ERP solution based on business requirements.
    • Configure the ERP system to meet business needs, including customization and integration with existing systems.
  • Quality Assurance and Testing:
    • Define test plans and scenarios to ensure the functionality, performance, and reliability of the ERP solution.
    • Coordinate user acceptance testing (UAT) and facilitate resolution of any issues or defects identified during testing.
  • Deployment and Go-Live Support:
    • Plan and coordinate the deployment of the ERP solution, including data migration and system cut-over activities.
    • Provide on-site support during the go-live phase to address any immediate issues or concerns.
  • Post-Implementation Support:
    • Transition the project to operational support teams and ensure a smooth handover.
    • Conduct post-implementation reviews to gather feedback and identify areas for improvement.
  • Documentation and Knowledge Transfer:
    • Document project deliverables, processes, and best practices for future reference.
    • Facilitate knowledge transfer sessions to empower internal teams to manage and maintain the ERP solution effectively.
  • Continuous Improvement:
    • Identify opportunities for optimization and enhancement of the ERP solution to align with evolving business needs.
    • Stay updated on industry trends and best practices in ERP implementation and management.

Minimum Qualifications; Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:  

  • Education:
    • A bachelor's degree in computer science, information systems, business administration, or a related field. Some positions may require a master's degree or equivalent experience.
  • Experience:
    • At least 5-7 years of experience in ERP implementation, configuration, and project management.
    • Demonstrated experience leading ERP projects from initiation to completion, including solution design, customization, testing, deployment, and post-implementation support.
  • ERP System Knowledge:
    • Proficiency in one or more ERP systems such as SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Dynamics, or NetSuite.
    • In-depth understanding of ERP modules and functionality relevant to the organization's industry and business processes.
  • Project Management Skills:
    • Strong project management skills, including the ability to develop and execute project plans, manage budgets, and coordinate cross-functional teams.
    • Familiarity with project management methodologies such as Agile, Scrum, or Waterfall.
  • Communication and Stakeholder Management:
    • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to effectively communicate complex technical concepts to non-technical stakeholders.
    • Experience in stakeholder management, including engaging with executives, department heads, and end-users throughout the project lifecycle.

 Preferred Qualifications; Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Problem-Solving and Analytical Skills:
    • Strong problem-solving and analytical skills, with the ability to identify issues, analyze root causes, and develop practical solutions.
    • Experience in requirements gathering, gap analysis, and process improvement.
  • Change Management and Training:
    • Knowledge of change management principles and practices to facilitate user adoption of new ERP solutions.
    • Experience in developing training materials and conducting user training sessions.
  • Quality Assurance and Testing:
    • Familiarity with quality assurance processes and methodologies, including test planning, execution, and defect management.
    • Experience in coordinating user acceptance testing (UAT) and ensuring the quality and reliability of ERP solutions.
  • Team Leadership:
    • Strong leadership skills with the ability to motivate and inspire cross-functional teams.
    • Experience in leading and mentoring team members, fostering a collaborative and high-performance work environment.
  • Continuous Learning and Improvement:
    • A commitment to continuous learning and staying updated on industry trends, best practices, and emerging technologies related to ERP solutions.

 A range of compensation is provided for transparency, however different factors may affect this range. Some of these factors may include (but are not limited to) education, training, credentials, skills, geographic location, and experience. This range only includes base compensation and does not include other tangible benefits such as 401K match, bonuses, overtime pay, and other benefits.
Range of Compensation: $100,000-$150,000/year


  • The chance to work in a fast-paced and fun start-up environment with experienced industry leaders
  • A learning environment where you can dive deep into the latest technologies and make an impact
  • Competitive base salary, potential bonus and incentive compensation 
  • Unlimited PTO / Flexible time off - work with your manager to take time off when you need it
  • Professional development budget with flexibility for personal and professional growth
  • Outstanding health insurance for employee, partner and dependents
  • Life insurance
  • Short-term & long-term disability coverage (Not available for India positions)
  • 401K plan with company contribution (Bermuda: Private pension plan with company contribution, Not available for India positions)
  • Flexible spending programs for medical and dependent care (Not available for Bermuda/India positions)
  • Paid parental leave


Foundry takes pride in an environment which prioritizes our people. We insist that our people first culture builds the framework for all business operations.   

Employees have ample opportunities to voice thoughts, opinions, and ideas through weekly companywide meetings, monthly townhalls, and team outings and events.   

We emphasize the importance of each individual through engagement, teamwork, inclusion, and diversity efforts.  

Foundry is an Equal Opportunity Employer and embraces diversity. We do not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on race, color, religion, marital status, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions), gender identity, sexual orientation, parental status, national origin, age, disability, genetic information (including family medical history), political affiliation, military service, or any other non-merit-based factors protected under federal, state or local law. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

At Foundry, we are working toward a common goal of empowering a decentralized infrastructure. Our team is passionate about the future of finance and is looking for other like-minded individuals who share in this vision. While we are inclusive and diverse in workforce and style, we all agree that digital assets will change the world. 

Foundry was created to meet the institutional demand for better capital access, efficiency, and transparency in the digital currency mining and staking industry. 

As a Digital Currency Group company, Foundry taps unparalleled institutional expertise, capital, and market intelligence to provide North American bitcoin miners and global manufacturers with the resources to build, maintain, and secure decentralized networks. 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. 

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