Snapdocs is a rapidly growing company backed by investors like Sequoia, Y Combinator, F-Prime and Tiger Global. We're an innovative team taking on the extensive mortgage market, bringing scalable and sophisticated software to a pillar of the US economy that still relies on fax machines and manila envelopes.

Snapdocs is looking for a Senior Manager of Strategic Partnerships to join our growing team. This high impact role is an opportunity for you to launch, negotiate, manage, and cultivate strategic relationships in order to drive the growth of the business. As the company moves into a period of accelerated growth, we need a top-notch Strategic Partnerships Manager who can take our vision to the next level. If the prospect of acquiring new partners, growing current partners, and finding new strategies to achieve ambitious goals excites you, read on…

As our first Strategic Partnerships Manager, you will be responsible for leading cross-functional scoping, alignment, structuring, implementation, and management of key partnerships to achieve aggressive targets. You will establish performance metrics, partner success KPIs, reporting, and funnel management with regular internal and external reviews of established goals. You will align prioritization and resources amongst cross-functional teams, while also serving as an expert on partnership activities and forecasts. Not only will you lead day-to-day engagements with our partners, but you will also work on long term, strategic projects to improve processes, help us scale, and enhance our overall partner program and customer experience. We will truly rely on your partnership prowess to take our organization to the next level. 

Our ideal candidate will have 7-10+ years of experience with at least 5 of those years in strategic partnerships and/or business development. You have an in-depth understanding of structuring, launching, and managing successful revenue-driving partner relationships. We are looking for highly collaborative individuals with strong project and program management skills with a knack for driving cross-functional initiatives and a track-record of outperforming targets. You have experience working with SI’s and consultants, and are adaptable to engage a broad spectrum of partner types. You thrive off of quickly and effectively building trust, and use your empathy to inform this cultivation. You also have the financial and legal chops to round out your partnership proficiency. Above all, you’re an empathetic, resilient, and innovative person that will contribute lasting positive effects to our team and external partners.

Colorado applicants: This role pays $163,000-$190,000 annually plus variable compensation and equity in the company (pay for other locations may vary).

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Snapdocs strongly values diversity and drive. We want to work with people of different backgrounds and different paths in life, and we trust our team to make smart decisions. This means we value independent work as well as collaboration. We provide outstanding benefits (listed below) and while we have hubs in both San Francisco and Denver, we're an extremely remote-friendly company with over a third of our staff outside of those two hubs!

Our benefits include (but are not limited to):

  • Excellent health, dental, and vision benefits
  • 401(k) with up to 4% company match
  • 16 weeks paid parental leave (regardless of gender)
  • Flexible time off policy
  • Flexible spending account for healthcare and dependent care
  • Galileo, Modern Health, Urban Sitter, and Northstar Financial memberships
  • Life and disability insurance
  • Commuter benefits
  • 10 year exercise window on your equity (!!)

Snapdocs is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, or Veteran status. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.

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