SentiLink provides innovative identity and risk solutions, empowering institutions and individuals to transact confidently with one another.
 
By building the future of identity verification in the United States and reinventing the currently clunky, ineffective, and expensive process, we believe strongly that the future will be 10x better.
 
We’ve had tremendous traction and are growing extremely quickly. Already our real-time APIs have helped verify hundreds of millions of identities, beginning with financial services. In 2021, we raised a $70M Series B round, led by Craft Ventures to rapidly scale our best in class products. We’ve earned coverage and awards from TechCrunch, CNBC, Bloomberg, Forbes, Business Insider, PYMNTS, American Banker, LendIt, and have landed on the Forbes Fintech 50 in 2023 and 2024. Last but not least, we’ve even been a part of history -- we were the first company to go live with the eCBSV and testified before the United States House of Representatives.

Role:

Essential to developing trust with SentiLink’s prospects and customers (referred to internally as partners) is the creation of a compelling business case. The Solution Analytics team is responsible for consuming a prospect’s pilot data and delivering a data driven retrostudy, as well as supporting existing partners with ad-hoc analytical needs. The ideal candidate has a proven track record of performing data analysis, and drafting and delivering presentations.

To ensure success on the Solution Analytics team, you bring the ability to perform data analysis and have expert presentation and communication skills. 

This is a remote, US-based role.

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct client discovery calls with account executives.
  • Meet with clients to discuss fraud strategies to mitigate risk.
  • Strategizing with the sales team to ensure alignment with partner’s needs.
  • Create and deliver presentations aligned to proposed solution value.
  • Support the sales team with all technical related queries.
  • Establish best practices across all solution analytics team members through effective coaching.
  • Design and execute analysis for white papers and other industry materials. Identity relevant insights, e.g., based on emerging fraud tactics, and collaborate on publishing
  • Develop relationships and maintain customer relationships.

Requirements:

  • 3-5 years work experience at a VC-backed startup, management consulting, banking or private equity firm (bonus if the role had an analytical focus)
  • Strong analytical & communication skills, comfortable with ambiguity, a quick learner, drives work independently
  • Enthusiastic about becoming an expert in topics related to the future of financial services, fraud & identity
  • High-level communication skills
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Ability to present ideas in a clear, user-friendly way
  • Attention to detail
  • Sales experience
  • Technical skills: you should be a pro with Google docs, sheets & slides; proficiency with SQL and/or Python a plus
  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or software engineering (ability to write scripts), a plus
  • Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States and must live in the United States

Salary Range:

  • $160,000/year - $180,000/year + equity + benefits

Perks:

  • Employer paid group health insurance for you and your dependents
  • 401(k) plan with employer match (or equivalent for non US-based roles)
  • Flexible paid time off
  • Regular company-wide in-person events
  • Home office stipend, and more!

Corporate Values:

  • Follow Through
  • Deep Understanding
  • Whatever It Takes
  • Do Something Smart

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