Are you ready to be part of a mission that is impacting more than the bottom line? Are you a Salesforce / Marketo Systems Administrator who loves solving problems and scalable solutions? Are you capable of balancing multiple projects? If so, keep on reading!

What We Do

We build easy-to-use giving and engagement mobile apps that help church, education and nonprofit leaders increase giving, drive participation and build community. We currently process over $2B of giving each year through our technology platform.

Who We Are As A Company

We have over 350 employees between Redmond and Auckland, NZ (where we were founded). As we scale, it’s important we hire to our growth culture values of People Come First, Innovation, Excellence, Simplicity and Generosity. These growth values reflect who we are as a Company and how we serve our Customers, Employees and Stakeholders.

What You Will Do

As a Salesforce / Marketo Systems Administrator on our Technical Operation team, you will be responsible for day to day oversight of Pushpay’s Salesforce.com and Marketing tech stack.  Responsibilities include: Object management, Configuring Salesforce.com to business requirements, Providing best practice recommendations and Implementing functionality for a range of internal project stakeholders. You will work closely with business leadership, internal stakeholders, business analysts and users within a fast growing sales environment to ensure core systems are built for scale and delivery of key insights.

Key Areas Of Responsibility

Scaling internal systems to support a large sales team with a primary focus on pipeline velocity

Day-to-day management of Marketo, Salesforce.com and related systems.

Partnership with Business Leadership to drive efficiency through tooling and business process automation.

Ensure reporting is created and structured for our Senior Leadership Team.

Provide guidance and coaching for Junior Operations Administrators.

What You’ll Bring

Basic Qualifications:

  • 3-5 years of Salesforce.com Administration
  • Salesforce.com Advanced Administrator Certification
  • 2 - 5 years Marketo experience or other similar marketing tools (i.e. Egagio, Eloqua, etc.) 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Marketo Certified Expert
  • Experience with 2-3 integrated Sales Operations tooling such as: Lean Data, Inside Sales, SalesLoft, etc.
  • Experience with marketing tooling that integrates with Marketo, such as Engagio, Bizible, Vidyard, Sendoso, etc.
  • Experience with any of the following tools is a nice to have: DocuSign, Atlassian's Confluence and JIRA

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