About GetSales

GetSales is dedicated to building the highest performing customer acquisition engine in the world. We combine highly skilled salespeople with proprietary data and machine learning to deliver new customers for our clients through two main services:

Funnel Conversion: World-Class Sales + Operations 

We leverage our sales, systems, and analytics teams to increase conversion of our partners’ existing leads into new customers.

Full Service: End-to-End Customer Acquisition 

We leverage our own top of funnel marketing, paired with our sales, systems, and analytics teams to provide our partners with new customers.

Our partners are some of the fastest growing companies in the tech world, backed by the likes of YCombinator, Sequoia Capital, and the SoftBank Vision Fund.

About the Product and Engineering Team 

The GetSales Product and Engineering team is a group of builders that get excited about designing the platform that powers our world class customer acquisition engine. Working across a wide range of Systems & Data technologies, they love building products, providing insightful analysis and solving hard problems to drive impact across the business.

About the Product Operations Analyst Role

As a Product Operations Analyst, you’ll be responsible for enabling our internal teams and customers by developing and improving the platform that powers our business. This person will work to implement projects, launch new features, conduct analysis, and contribute to the GetSales internal platform roadmap. In this role you will be working cross-functionally to facilitate the success of our internal teams and the partners they support by developing processes, tools, and working to ensure our platform is constantly providing value to our users.

The Product Operations Analyst Will:

  • Own and drive progress toward partner outcome aligned platform goals by serving as the team subject matter expert collaborating closely with business leadership and technical stakeholders.
  • Drive significant business impact by conducting platform and process analysis to identify opportunities for improvement and then lead experimental design and execution.
  • Develop and execute against the partner aligned GetSales platform roadmap owning projects from ideation and requirement gathering through implementation and impact analysis.
  • Champion user enablement by leading new feature implementations and launching new pilots for the teams you support, conducting training and feedback sessions, and contributing to the creation of testing plans to validate business requirements.
  • Serve as a technical thought leader and subject matter expert for business stakeholders and work closely with a team of Product Operations Specialists to execute against business needs.
  • Contribute to the GetSales platform roadmap collaborating closely with business and technical stakeholders to propose and scope new features, define requirements, and assess priority.

About You

  • You are someone who values a culture that embraces the diversity of thought and experience, while also placing high importance on fostering an inclusive workplace
  • Ideal background: experience in product development and implementation, business operations, data and system analysis, or process improvement
  • Fast learner with a growth mindset that loves taking on new challenges and wearing a lot of different hats
  • Proven builder that loves creating something from nothing in undefined problem spaces
  • Customer-obsessed problem solver that loves finding ways to enable others and question the status quo
  • Dynamic operator that thrives in ambiguous, rapidly changing environments while working collaboratively with many diverse stakeholders to drive real results
  • Experience with experimental design, data analysis, and data visualization using tools such as SQL, Python, Tableau, Google Sheets, etc.
  • Strong product sense and experience delivering products that drive business outcomes, experience with Agile product development lifecycle a plus.

What We’ll Deliver to You

  • Comprehensive health benefits 
  • Equity and 401k
  • Unlimited PTO 
  • A yearly professional development stipend
  • Monthly lunch and learns 

What We Want You to Know:

Culture is at the center of everything we do. We’re very proud of the responsive, inclusive and forward thinking environment we have created, which is possible because of our core values. Here at GetSales, you will get to work alongside people who strongly believe in and embody the following values:

  • Growth - Always be learning, always be teaching.
  • Ownership - Give a damn.
  • Hard Work - Do what’s right, not what’s easy.
  • Teamwork - Make each other better. 
  • Recognition - Shout out greatness. 
  • Fun - Enjoy the ride. 

If any or all of these resonate with you, we’d love for you to apply!


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