About SevenRooms

SevenRooms is a guest experience platform that helps hospitality operators connect data across the guest journey. We enable operators to automatically drive revenue & profitability by leveraging data to build direct relationships, deliver exceptional experiences, and increase repeat business. Founded in 2011, SevenRooms is venture-backed by Amazon, Comcast Ventures and Providence Strategic Growth. We were included on Inc.‘s annual Best Workplaces & Forbes’ Best Startup Employers lists in 2020.

 

About The Role

We are looking for a Client Onboarding Specialist to develop and implement configuration and launch strategies for our clients in the United Kingdom. You will understand customers' current challenges in order to accelerate timely product adoption. This role is essential to our goal of providing support for clients in the onboarding phase and ensuring their long-term success. You will be joining a 4 person team and reporting directly to our GM, Europe.

What You’ll Do

  • Customer Success: Develop and manage all client onboarding activities from project kick-off, training, configuration, data migration and launch to accelerate time to first value
  • Project Management: Successfully and effectively manage simultaneous, diverse implementation projects on schedule, and with high customer satisfaction; projects include implementation of different solutions including reservation, waitlist, & table management; online ordering, POS, marketing automation, and more
  • Account Management: Collaborate directly with various external stakeholders to confirm goals, driving implementation of SevenRooms at their venue and tailor configuration and communication toward those those goals
  • Technical Aptitude: Be a product expert, able to help clients learn the platform effectively and optimize their utilization based off their business needs
  • Collaboration: Partner with Customer Success Managers and Sales Representatives to support customers toward product adoption

Who You Are

  • 1+ years of experience working in challenging, customer-facing roles, ideally within the SaaS industry or hospitality technology
  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills
  • Detail-oriented, strong critical thinking and problem-solving abilities
  • Strong project management experience
  • Comfortable working in a fast-paced, startup environment; highly collaborative

What We Offer

  • Fair and equitable compensation: Our compensation packages are competitive based on external market data. At SevenRooms, you can expect fair pay for your hard work and dedication to helping us transform the hospitality industry. In addition, we also offer equity in our growing organization.
  • Comprehensive benefits package: SevenRooms provides access to private medical coverage, life insurance, and income protection.
  • Flexible and independent working schedule: We offer flexible work-from-home opportunities throughout the year with 24 paid and 8 bank holidays.
  • Opportunities for training and professional development: Your manager will partner with you on establishing quarterly objectives that not only benefit the company but aid in your overall development as a leader in the industry.

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