U.S. Bank Go-to-Market Project Manager - Integrated Payments in Irving, Texas
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Our customers want to expand their business opportunities. We help them get there.
From e-commerce to mobile wallets and chip card acceptance, Elavon helps businesses, small and large, accept all payment types – and reap the benefits at the end of the day. Whether they need a simple or sophisticated payment solution, we’ve got them covered.
For 25 years, we’ve helped more than one million customers around the world grow their business through payments. Our flexible, secure and innovative payment solutions help businesses attract and keep customers, develop partner relationships, process payments and simplify operations.
Here’s a little bit more about our breadth and expertise :
We are consistently rated among the top five global payment providers
We process more than 3 billion transactions annually around the world
We provide payment tools customized by industry type
We’re backed by the strength and stability of U.S. Bank, the fifth largest commercial bank in the U.S.
Our company operates in 10 countries
Our call centers are open 24/7, and our team is always ready to help
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Elavon is currently seeking a Go-to-Market (GTM) Project Manager for Integrated Payments. This position supports the efforts through our Integrated Division at Elavon, which will require creativity and the willingness to work both independently and in a team setting to maximize our partner relationships and grow revenue. The GTM Project Manager is responsible for facilitating the integration of our payment partners into the sales, relationship management, support, implementation, marketing, product, and other divisions. This includes working with the above mentioned divisions of Elavon and the partner to ensure we can activate the partnership and effectively market and sell the solution to our existing and potential customers. Additionally, the role defines and documents the process of implementing these said partnerships and provides a roadmap through various created documents, both internal and external, to educate and level set expectations. Strong collaboration and project management skills are mandatory, as this position works with several other department stakeholders. Additional responsibilities are as follows:
Develops and delivers partner and Elavon-based procedures, programs, and sales execution strategies;
Builds reporting to track growth and profitability of each partner;
Provides partner-focused training and support to the relationship management, business development, operations, and support divisions;
Provides Elavon-focused training and support to the partner company;
Creates and implements end-customer (merchant) training programs and documentation; and
Works with the product team to communicate partner priorities.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience
Five-plus years of experience in customer or partner management or interaction
Ability to travel when necessary (not anticipated to exceed 15% annually)
Thorough knowledge of partner management
Knowledge of VARs, Elavon acquiring, safe-t (encryption, tokenization), Fusebox and Converge
Demonstrated teamwork and leadership skills
Marketing and or project management experience
Payments industry experience
Strong organizational and analytical skills
Prior training or meeting facilitation experience
Excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills
Ability to work independently
Able to manage multiple concurrent projects
Primary preferred locations: Largo, Atlanta, Knoxville, and Denver
Job: Project Management / Analysis
Primary Location: IL-IL-Home-based
Shift: 1st - Daytime
Average Hours Per Week: 40
Requisition ID: 180010781
Other Locations: United States
U.S. Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse workforce.
U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.