We’re a fast-growing, tech-enabled, London-based start-up company. We were founded with the simple aim of making discovering great jobs and great candidates, easier. Today, Movemeon is used by some 50,000 strategic and commercial professionals and 4,000 businesses (from the likes of Sky, Amazon and GSK to early-stage, VC-backed startups) in 100+ countries.
About the role
We are now looking for a new Client Success Manager to join the business and help us achieve even greater progress in 2021 and beyond. The Client Success team makes up, together with the Growth team, the wider customer-facing team at Movemeon.
As a Client Success Manager, you will be the main point of contact for our clients and candidates throughout recruitment processes, and you will work with them to make sure they are getting the most out of the Movemeon platform. You will use strong commercial acumen and a good understanding of what makes an excellent client deliverable to drive success in each process you manage.
The activities you’ll be responsible for will include:
● Being a dedicated point of contact for our clients, building strong client relationships and
ensuring an excellent client and candidate experience;
● Advising our clients on how to market their roles and how to attract the best candidates;
● Supporting clients in screening profiles;
● Working closely with the Product team to identify bugs, generate new ideas and instigate overall improvements to the service.
We are a start-up, so you should be willing to roll your sleeves up and get involved wherever you are needed!
There are also significant opportunities to explore working in other parts of the company as time goes on – we really believe the sky’s the limit in terms of what we can achieve as a team, and we pride ourselves on giving each other space to grow in a variety of different directions both as professionals and as people.
What you’ll bring
● 1-2 years of experience (or equivalent), preferably in a fast-paced environment;
● A natural organiser with strong attention to detail;
● A genuine interest in working in the recruitment space;
● Highly efficient and self-sufficient where required, able to deal with multiple tasks at once
and prioritise as necessary;
● A highly effective communicator at all levels (within the team and with senior clients
● Happy getting involved with all aspects of the business – a demonstrably proactive
● Fluent spoken and written English – other European languages (particularly French and
German) are a huge plus;
● Creative thinker and looking for smart ways to improve day-to-day processes, as well as
being proactive about sharing and implementing your ideas.
What we can offer
● Generous package (£28k – £34k (depending on experience) plus quarterly bonuses, 5% pension, 27 days of holiday)
● Freedom to take on responsibility quickly – as Movemeon grows, we’ll want you to grow with us. That includes an ability to quickly step up to manage more work streams, deliverables and potentially more people, too;
● A fun and friendly team – we’re a truly sociable, humble bunch of people who genuinely enjoy working together;
● Enhanced maternity and paternity leave;
● Great working flexibility, with a lot of opportunities to work from home and flexible working hours;
● Frequent lunches and events, and a monthly ‘fun’ budget for team stuff;
● Two company away trips a year (recently to places such as Granada, Barcelona and Cluj Napoca);
● Excellent progression opportunities in a growing business.
Sound like you?
Please send your CV and a short cover note to firstname.lastname@example.org
We really look forward to hearing from you!
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