Here's what you'll do at Wise
What is the role?
You’ll Head Partnerships at Wise.
Who does this role report to?
Raghav Lal, President at Wise. Raghav was previously Chief Credit Officer at AMEX, GM Small Business at AMEX, and GM of Small Business at VISA.
What does my day-to-day look like?
You’ll be working with external channel partners to propagate distribution of Wise embedded banking offering to their end small business customers. You will be orchestrating internal Wise cross-functional teams to deliver to the partner a customized Wise product. You are going to be a leader in this role and be responsible for managing your team. You will be managing the P&L for Wise partnerships.
What do I need to excel in this role?
- Degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, or related field.
- Experience in the financial industry, preferably in banking.
- Strong background in B2B sales.
- Strong P&L management.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to clearly define goals, and the ability to evaluate the strategic ramifications of certain partnerships.
Who else will I work with?
Partner Engineering, Operations, Risk and Compliance, Head of Growth, among many others
Where do I need to be?
Anywhere in the US, since this role focused on the US market and requires knowledge of the US banking industry.
Here is why you should join Wise
Who is backing Wise?
Wise is venture-backed by e.ventures, Base10, Grishin Robotics and Abstract Ventures. See our latest press release here: www.wise.us/blog.
How much runway do you have?
Two to three years. Infinite, if you come to help us make more than we spend :)
What is your culture like?
Hungry | Honest | Humble | Healthy | Happy.
Come help us cultivate a 5H culture that keeps us wise. Learn more here. We believe team members do the best work when they are 5H.
Where can I learn more about Wise?
We follow open-book management. Every team member knows how much we make and how much we spend. We move fast and have fun. We don't know the meaning of getting burned out. Check out our blog to learn more: www.wise.us/blog.