Lucid Software is the leader in visual collaboration, helping teams see and build the future from idea to reality. We hold true to our core values: innovation in everything we do, passion & excellence in every area, individual empowerment, initiative and ownership, and teamwork over ego. At Lucid, we value diversity and are dedicated to creating an environment and culture that is respectful and inclusive for everyone. Lucid is a hybrid workplace. We promote a healthy work-life balance by allowing employees to work remotely, from one of our offices, or a combination of the two depending on the needs of the role and team.

Since the company’s founding, Lucid Software has received numerous global and regional recognitions for its products, business, and workplace culture. These include being named a Fortune Best Workplace in Technology and a 2022 Glassdoor Best Place to Work, inclusion on the Forbes Cloud 100, and ranking in the top 100 on G2’s 2023 Best Global Software Companies. Top businesses use our products all around the world, including customers such as Google, GE, and NBC Universal. Our partners include industry leaders such as Google, Atlassian, and Microsoft. 

As a Product Support Specialist on the Customer Operations team, you will be on the front lines interacting with Lucid’s customers. You'll help launch Lucid's newest products and features and have the opportunity to impact how we help thousands of people around the world. You will be expected to drive solutions with professional communication and internal cross-collaboration with our Product and Engineering organization. As a technical point of contact, you will be responsible for aligning with Customer Success and Sales to ensure effective and efficient communication with these customers. Understanding the core Lucid business strategy and working to help enable that strategy through our daily work is key to our team’s success.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage technical issues by investigating and troubleshooting problems, escalating user issues, managing issue workflows and proactively identifying consumer needs
  • Develop and maintain technical product expertise and work closely with other support and product/engineering team members to resolve user issues
  • Identify and monitor key user operational metrics to help drive improvements to our product and support offerings
  • Collaborate with Engineering, Product Management, and other cross-functional peers on specific user-impacting issues and bugs.
  • Assist in writing clear Help Center and user education content
  • Address and resolve customer issues within the community promptly and effectively. Actively engage in community discussions by offering valuable insights and answers
  • Develop and iterate on Team Strategy to better serve our customers and meet our Business goals. 
  • Be available for one weekend per quarter to be the on-call support agent and escalate any top issues or site outages to engineering that occur during this time.

Requirements:

  • 2 years practical work experience and/or a Bachelor's degree with a strong academic performance.
  • A strong sense of personal ownership and responsibility
  • Ability to translate complex technical ideas into simple, easy to understand content
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills (both internally and externally) including over the phone with our strategic customers as needed
  • Ability to work independently, cross-functionally, and on multiple initiatives at the same time with a proven record of driving results
  • Excellent analytical capabilities and problem-solving skills combined with sound business judgment in a fast-paced environment with evolving priorities
  • Detail-oriented, organized and a good team player
  • Bias towards finding solutions versus shutting down ideas

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience troubleshooting technical issues
  • Experience in content creation
  • Basic data analytics or statistical skills
  • Teaching or mentoring experience
  • Experience with log management software such as Splunk or Loggly
  • Experience with any coding language 
  • Basic Project Management experience

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