ABOUT THE ROLE:
In this role you lead a team that manages the informational and operational flows across the revenue funnel for Udemy for Business. Rather than independent units of sales operations, marketing operations, and customer operations, we are centralizing these functions into a single revenue operations so a single group can conceptualize and manage our business from Lead to Closed Won opportunities.
The ideal candidate possesses a broad understanding of enterprise SaaS Sales, Marketing, and Customers success and what great operations look like in each of these disciplines. You are an expert in Sales ops or Marketing automation, and have a strong understanding/interest in the other side of the house. You are data-driven, detail-oriented, customer-focused, business-minded, and intellectually curious. You understand how impactful data can be in determining the right strategy, and how important smooth operations are to executing that strategy. You roll up your sleeves, but also thrive in building teams in highly dynamic environments while implementing the necessary processes and tools to advance best practices for our organization. Fundamentally, you want to lead a great team while building out a new model for driving operations in a SaaS business.
ABOUT UDEMY FOR BUSINESS
At Udemy, we believe anyone can build the life they imagine through online learning. Today, more than 24 million students around the world are advancing their careers and passions by mastering new skills on Udemy. Through our global marketplace, we connect lifelong learners around the world to the largest selection of online courses created by expert instructors, and we’re just getting started.
Udemy for Business (UFB), is Udemy’s enterprise offering. Our mission is to help employees do whatever comes next. We’re helping companies like PayPal, Lyft, Booking.com, Capgemini, and Century 21 to solve the critical skills gap that teams increasingly face, whether it’s the latest technical skills, marketing & sales, leadership soft skills, and more. And we’re just getting started.
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