Who are we? 

The world's first computer vision unicorn ($1 Billion valued company) for financial services. Our mission is to use the latest breakthroughs in AI to solve real world problems and improve people's lives across the world. 

We put a car expert in people's pocket so when you get into an accident, a few photos with your smartphone is all you need to get back to normal faster. This year our AI is also helping families recover faster after their homes have been destroyed by natural disasters. We've accelerated accident recovery for over a million households, and helped recycle about as many cars as Tesla put on the road in 2019.

On top of that, we’ve got a best in class working culture focused around autonomy, collaboration, continuous learning, flexible working and more. In fact, we are a Certified 'Great Place to Work 2021' and rated 5/5 on Glassdoor due to our enjoyable and vibrant working culture and laser sharp focus on employee well-being.

Role summary

We are looking for an enthusiastic self-starter to work closely with the go-to-market organisation  to establish & deliver best in class compensation plans.

This role will report into the Finance Operations Manager. 


What you will do

  • Support Sales and Customer Success leadership in defining and communicating the variable compensation plans
  • Implement, maintain and communicate on all company-wide variable compensation plans
  • Introduce best in class systems and processes to maximise visibility on performance and earnings for all individuals involved
  • Ensure that bonuses and commissions are calculated correctly and passed onto payroll
  • Collaborate effectively with our wider Finance team, People Operations, Sales Operations and other key stakeholders


What you need to succeed

  • BSc from a top university in any subject 
  • 2+ years of progressive experience in incentives / go-to-market compensation 
  • Self-starter with excellent communication skills across all levels in the company
  • Strong organisational and project management skills
  • Hands on personality who enjoys jumping in between the operational and strategic level
  • Entrepreneurial mindset and can-do attitude

Company benefits

  • Competitive salary package & twice a year performance reviews
  • Equity ownership in the business
  • Competitive maternity + paternity leave
  • Free & unlimited Coursera subscription
  • Daily snacks & soft drinks
  • 25 days paid annual leave + bank holidays
  • Most importantly, an awesome team to work with who believe in innovation and are committed to being excellent at what they do
  • Opportunity to change the world with Artificial Intelligence!
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