PSP Manager for Payment gateway

Requirements:

  • 2+ years experience of successful sales/account management experience in the payments industry;
  • Excellent analytical skills & common sense;
  • Understanding of e-commerce and technical side of payment processing;
  • Experience in negotiating commercial contracts;
  • Strong aptitude for structured problem solving and quantitative skills;
  • Ability to communicate complex ideas effectively – both verbally and in writing – in English; Upper-Intermediate English is a must;
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment.

We offer:

  • Being a part of an international team focused on excellence in product development;
  • High-level compensation and regular performance-based salary and career development reviews;
  • Flexible schedule and opportunity to work whether in a big comfortable office located in a city centre or remote; 
  • Opportunities for professional development and personal growth;
  • Flexible vacation and sick leave policy; 
  • Medical insurance;
  • Support from colleagues and automatization of time-consuming processes;
  • Compensation for courses, conferences, workshops, etc.;
  • Summer corporate retreat and regular team-buildings;
  • Sports activities;
  • Referral program;
  • Free corporate English lessons;

* and if you’re also a cat lover, it’s 100% match.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintaining onboard process of payment processing partners;
  • Manage partner relationships (banks, payment service providers, payment systems, merchants within territories);
  • Create tasks and follow the process of execution and performing;
  • Actively participating with suggestions and ideas for improving the payment channels;
  • Perform market research and industry analysis (pricing & commercial terms analysis, prepare materials for discussion/ presentations);
  • Manage relationship with providers – provide product updates, learn about new offerings;
  • Work with the developers, designers and customer support to solve the tasks that meet the expected outcomes.