Sales Systems Program Manager
We are Duo, and we’re here to democratize security for everyone. Our mission is to protect the mission of our customers like Facebook, Twitter, and Etsy by making security simple. We’re a diverse crew of makers and builders, skaters and coders, filmmakers and DJ’s, teachers and students brought together by a shared belief in adding value to the world. This diversity allows us to bring an empathetic approach to solve some of the most complex global business and security challenges we face today.
What you’ll do…
As the Sales Systems Program Manager you will be responsible for working as a liaison with our Internal Systems Team to prioritize projects, complete business requirements documentation, create/maintain the systems roadmap for sales, support testing of new functionality and rollout/training communications. In this role, you have the opportunity to work closely with both business and technical professionals to translate requirements and drive delivery of projects that enable the sales organization to be successful. This is a highly cross-functional role with interaction across multiple departments at Duo to gain alignment regarding requirements for Salesforce.com (or other tool) improvements. Salesforce.com is a tool used across the entire organization and in this role, you will work to ensure that all improvements are a positive change for other areas of the business.
Skills you have…
- You have 3-5 years experience acting as a Systems Analyst for Salesforce.com
- You must have experience working with Salesforce.com
- You should have strong written and verbal skills, with a demonstrated ability to translate business requirements to a technical team
- You should have experience rolling out large technical projects to a non-technical organization.
3 Reasons why you should apply…
If you enjoy working in both a business and technical environment, can manage multiple projects simultaneously and enjoy working cross-functionally this is an ideal job for you and a great opportunity to have a significant impact on a growing sales organization.
3 Reasons why you SHOULDN’T apply….
If you would struggle with not having the ability to make changes yourself in Salesforce.com, cannot work independently and cannot assess business impact to prioritize a project this is not an ideal role for you.