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Position Summary:

The Revenue Operations Programs Manager collaborates with stakeholders to develop and implement processes and revenue programs such as organization design, territory planning, and quota setting. They collaborate with business owners across the Revenue organization to drive improvements in key business activities to maximize efficiency, quality, and the end-to-end partner experience. The Programs Manager defines and organizes end to end outcomes by analyzing current business requirements, documenting existing processes and related performance insights. They work closely with management and business owners to determine needs regarding people, technology, and information, and use Business Process Management (BPM) knowledge and technical skills to then recommend and implement solutions. The Programs Manager analyzes benchmarks for the development of proof to support ideas and manages the execution. They improve customer satisfaction, increase revenue, and improve the efficiency of operations.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Create and manage project schedule and communicate schedule deadlines
  • Manage projects (initiate, plan, execute, control), coordinate meetings and associated team activities
  • Create documentation for key business processes, including quality and production metrics
  • Author and maintain documents, including procedures, technical documentation, and training materials on internally developed processes
  • Derive solutions end-to-end, extending to upstream and downstream applications
  • Document future state business processes and requirements with the goal to streamline, digitalize and automate end-to-end work-flow processes aligned to buyer journey
  • Partner with internal stakeholders to understand impacts, assess organizational readiness, and implement change management to ensure successful adoption
  • Collaborate with the compliance and governance team to conduct regular audit of procedures to ensure proper controls, management, and approval levels

Ideal Skills, Experience, and Competencies:

  • At least five (5) years of experience in business process management or improvement
  • Knowledge of Salesforce and business processes
  • Experience planning and leading projects of various sizes in terms of scope and length from assignment through completion, leading change management and process compliance.
  • Experience authoring/developing/creating documents such as SOPs
  • Ability to compose clear, concise, readable documents and take difficult technical process and translate to a straightforward format
  • Ability to work within a team to foster cross-functional collaboration, confirm interpretation of changing business practices, and offer suggestions and improvements
  • Experience partnering with Marketing, Sales, Customer Support, Product and Development, etc.
  • Creative problem solver with the ability to digest complex problems, make recommendations, and develop solutions - not afraid to challenge the status quo and influence change
  • Operational expert with ability to focus on creating automated, repeatable, and efficient processes that enhance productivity across the revenue organization

Required Education & Certifications:

  • B.A./B.S. in related field or equivalent work experience
  • PMP or Lean Six Sigma certification preferred

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*Note: Compensation is benchmarked on local Denver Metro area market rates. Qualified candidates in other locations can expect a salary package that may be adjusted based off applicable cost of wages in their respective location.

At Pax8 we believe that your Total Rewards should include a benefits package that shows how much we value our greatest assets. All FTE Pax8 people enjoy the following benefits:
  • Non-Commissioned Bonus Plans or Variable Commission
  • 401(k) plan with employer match
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Employer Paid Short & Long Term Disability, Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Flexible, Open Vacation
  • Paid Sick Time Off
  • Extended Leave for Life events
  • RTD Eco Pass (For local Colorado Employees)
  • Career Development Programs
  • Stock Option Eligibility
  • Employee-led Resource Groups

Pax8 is the leading value-added cloud-based SaaS distributor, simplifying the cloud journey for our partners by integrating technology, business intelligence and proactive service to deliver an unparalleled experience. Serving thousands of partners through the indirect sales channel, our mission is to be the world’s favorite place to buy cloud products. We are a fast-growing, dynamic and  high-energy startup organization, allowing you to make a meaningful impact on the business. Culture is important to us, and at Pax8, it’s business, and it IS personal. We are passionate, creative and humorously offbeat. We work hard, keep it fun, and expect the best. 
 
Pax8 not only wins numerous awards in our field but we have time and again been voted among the best places to work in Denver. We are committed to our goal of being the #1 employer of choice!
 
We Elev8 each other. We Advoc8 for our partners. We Innov8 continuously. We Celebr8 life. 
 
 
 
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