Veriff provides identity verification services to companies worldwide, helping to make the internet a secure and safe place. Our software verifies millions of identities every year and is compatible with over 9,000 government-issued documents from more than 190 countries. Beneath a simple yet elegant user interface lies a complex system of functionalities. Our AI-based product uses image recognition, facial comparison, and behavior analysis to make accurate decisions about who to trust..

Veriff’s Revenue team members combine a customer-centric and can-do attitude to foster relationships with clients and drive growth and new business for our company. As a part of our Revenue Operations team, you’ll support other functions in the revenue organization with tooling, insights, training and optimization so that they can focus on revenue generating activities. Your main areas of ownership include optimizing, managing and integrating our CRM with other sales and marketing focused tools. You will also help us visualize our success by creating insightful reports and dashboards. Being a power-user of our tools, you’ll be able to teach your colleagues how to get the full value and effect from any platform. 

We’re mostly based in home offices in the US, thus until it's safe to continue working from offices, you can join us remotely. However, in order to work together with the key people in this role, we need you to join us in Eastern Time (EST). 

 

You’ll help us protect honest people online by:

  • Optimizing and integrating our CRM with all of our systems so that we have super charged our use of Salesforce, our users are empowered to forecast easily and senior leaders have all their insights at their fingertips
  • Working with your colleagues and management to constantly find areas of improvement, working to bring our business partner’s vision to life in Salesforce
  • Providing operational and application support to solve problems and inefficiencies on the fly
  • Being a power user and promoter of Salesforce as a central platform and source of truth of our client relationships

 

Qualifications:

  • 3-5 years of experience managing a Salesforce org as a sole administrator
  • Salesforce Certified Administrator Credential
  • Experience with implementing a CPQ tool
  • Experience managing multiple projects at once
  • Knowledge of SaaS metrics
  • Previous experience working in a startup environment 
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate, both internally and externally
  • A team-first approach, and are ready to be an active teammate working towards a common goal
  • No fear of challenges and you’re able to see the bigger picture

 

You’re an especially awesome match if you have:

  • Salesforce Advanced Administrator Certification
  • Previous experience managing analysts and being a project manager
  • Experience owning forecasting for a mid size revenue org

 

You can expect:

  • Competitive base pay and uncapped commission structure 
  • Stock options
  • Generous vacation policy and flexible work hours
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance and quarterly health and wellness reimbursement
  • 401(k) matching
  • The opportunity to contribute to product development for the world's next big success story (Veriff is backed by investors such as Accel, IVP, Taavet Hinrikus, Ashton Kutcher and Paul Buchheit)
 

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