Sales & Business
Sales Operations Analyst
As a Sales Operations Analyst, you will support Sales managers as well as Sales Strategy & Ops leaders leaders on running sales processes aligned to day-to-day execution of the business as well as driving implementation of new tools and processes to continuously drive productivity improvement in our sales teams.
You will be the SME for operational requests raised by sales teams, owning resolution or collaborating with internal end-users and cross-functional international teams to solve problems and deliver successfully against high standards.
You should be passionate about working with data and developing and owning process improvements to standardize, automate and optimize central processes in a scalable approach.
You will be collaborating with Sales Operations teams and Sales leadership to define, land and execute against our strategic priorities for the FUNCTIONAL business. Your analytic skills, strong business judgement and focus on our core operational inputs will make you a critical partner to Sales and Sales Strategy & Ops leaders as you help them execute, identify gaps and remove barriers to execution.
Do you have experience driving sales operations? Are you passionate about analyzing large sets of data and providing process improvement recommendations?
• Bachelor’s degree in finance, business, economics, mathematics, or related fields
• Advanced skills in MS Excel, working with large datasets
• Ability to multitask and conduct sophisticated and creative analysis of complex data and translate the results into actionable deliverables, messages and presentations
• Excellent organization skills as well as written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to learn new tools quickly
• Experience working within a high-growth, technology company and with cross-functional teams would be highly beneficial
• Hands-on experience of BI tools e.g. Tableau
• Handles multiple competing priorities in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
• Experience driving data-driven recommendations and suggestions to senior leaders
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