Commissions Manager

Our world class sales team is hard at work growing Pure’s business globally, and we’re looking for a tactical, creative, customer-oriented Commissions Manager to make sure the field employee and that their success is rewarded fairly, accurately, consistently and work directly with the Commissions Analysts in managing the day to day activity.  In this role you will report to the Sr. Commissions Manager and be responsible for ensuring accuracy and timing of the monthly processing cycle.  You will work with the Sr. Commissions Manager to ensure the strategic vision of Commissions is supported and with build partnership with HRBPs, payroll sales management, and finance managers.  You will build sustainable and efficient processes where possible and participate in the new year comp plan project, set up of system and responsible for ensuring monitoring and conclusion of commission related issues.


  • Manage the team of analysts responsible for administration of the comp plan to payment process each month.
  • Support annual Sales Compensation Plan development as it relates to systems, reports, execution.
  • Work closely with Sr Commissions Manager to support the change management process for all commission related system, report and comm Extract requests
  • Responsible for ad hoc reporting, monthly commissions statements, order details, and communications related to released reports.
  • Ensure IA and SOX controls are reviewed and signed off monthly/quarterly/annually
  • Support audit inquiries or assign as appropriate
  • Prepare reports that provide visibility into the performance of the Sales team
  • Participate in the development and implementation of process and system improvements
  • Support creation of executive presentations and other communications as needed
  • Research and resolve ServiceNow tickets timely
  • Work with FP&A on dashboard and related, required information
  • Prepare ad hoc reports and analysis

What we are looking for

  • 5 - 8+ years recent experience in commissions (lead or supervisory experience is a plus)
  • Advanced Excel and analytical skills; proficiency in PowerPoint and Word
  • Experience creating and working with complex financial models
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, dynamic environment
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and ability to work cross-functionally
  • Motivated self-starter that can work independently as well as with a team
  • Experience with Callidus preferred, however, another EIM/SCM highly preferred
  • Triage and ensure timely closure of ServiceNow tickets for Sales rep commission issues

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