Podium is a suite of messaging tools for local business. Using our platform, businesses of all sizes can connect with customers via text to do things like request payments, collect reviews, and sell products, in a modern, convenient way. Our work streamlining this process for local businesses has awarded us recognition on top industry lists, such as Forbes’ Next Billion Dollar Startups, Forbes’ Cloud 100, the Inc. 5000 (#13), and Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies. For more about our product, watch this video. Podium has a positive, diverse, and supportive culture and was recently named one of Inc. Magazine’s Best Workplaces for 2021 (4 years in a row). We look for people who are curious, creative and work to be a little better every day. In our work together we embody our values: Be a founder, Murder drama, and Enjoy the ride.

What you will do:

  • Coach team members on how to formulate and define the scope and objectives of necessary business application projects based on both user needs and a thorough understanding of business systems
  • Coach team members on how to best analyze business and user needs, current processes, and document requirements, and implement them into proper system requirement specifications to achieve effective resource allocation and time management
  • Present recommendations to executive management for strategic decision making and investment
  • Proactively identify trends, risks, and opportunities in the business to influence transformation strategy
  • Provide process & enablement to support technical and functional support for Salesforce, plan for future versions, problem resolution, support, process mapping, development, testing, security & training
  • Build and evaluate business cases for proposed transformation initiatives
  • Develop and work with business users and vendors to create solutions that align with defined business logic, goals and objectives, and determine the technical and operational feasibility
  • Create functional requirements templates and enablement to help your team members analyze current workflows to improve quality and efficiency

What you should have:

  • You are highly adaptable in a fast-paced hyper-growth environment; able to thrive within ambiguity.
  • You have 5+ years of experience working in project delivery both as an individual contributor and a manager.
  • You have worked closely with internal as well as contracted software engineering project teams to get high-quality products and features through the software project lifecycle (build, test and release on time).
  • You have experience influencing senior management and setting expectations for major cross-functional initiatives.
  • You are successful at getting buy-in for your ideas with a demonstrated data-driven approach.
  • You have strong team-building, motivating, and conflict-resolving skills.
  • Ability to manage key relationships within the business, including senior managers

BENEFITS

  • Transparent culture
  • Work in this building in Lehi, UT, or fully remote
  • Great opportunities for career growth
  • A stellar onsite gym with local professional coaches, morning and night classes offered 
  • Weekly free lunch, breakfast, and smoothies
  • Swag

Podium is an equal opportunity employer. Podium provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, or veteran status. 

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