Regional Operations Manager, Partnerships - Bogota
In just over five years, Uber’s proud to be delivering our service throughout 63 countries in over 344 different cities across the globe. But that’s not enough – we’re always driving new initiatives and new strategies to improve and enhance the Uber experience for our riders and our driver partners. One way we create those unique experiences is through our line of partnerships developed across multiple verticals. We are looking for a Regional Operations Manager (Partnerships focused) to help us build processes and lead strategy to further develop these partnerships – to identify high value opportunities, build and maintain strong relationships, and help leverage those relationships to create extraordinary experiences for riders and drivers. The person in this role will play a key role in the development and execution of our marketing strategy in the region and beyond.
WHAT YOU’LL DO
- Identify high value opportunities. You’ll use strong business judgement based on strong analytics (including on costs, conversion, retention, LTV and ROI) to identify where the biggest opportunities lie based on reach, brand alignment, and value delivered to our customers (both B2C and B2B).
- Open doors and close contracts. You’ll work with various teams to create and drive contracts to closure, and then manage these key strategic relationships to provide maximum value for both Uber and its partners. You will drive and support key initiatives across our business teams to grow strategic and long term opportunities with our various partners.
- Bring your analytical A-game. You’ll quantitatively track the productivity and success of initiatives, analyze any trends that emerge, and provide data-driven insights to other marketing teams across the Uber network.
WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR
- Instinct for managing partners. You have a proven track record of successfully managing complex partnerships and you’ve helped cultivate new initiatives from these relationships. You have a sixth sense when it comes to partnerships and can effortlessly navigate multiple partner engagements simultaneously.
- High throughput. Your strong bias towards action helped you earn the reputation of someone who gets things done. You love having a lot on your plate and get energy from being busy.
- An intuition for people. You are comfortable spending the majority of your time working with various internal and external teams, building and really cultivating new relationships with potential and existing partners and within all parts of an organization. You’re self aware and well-spoken in meetings – you’ll humbly be a voice that speaks for Uber.
- The athlete’s mentality. You’re an all around player, flexing and stretching your analytical prowess, pitching in as needed but also knowing when to take control and lead a conversation be it with an engineer, a product manager, or a C-level executive.
- Hustle is your middle name. This team moves fast and always operates in new spaces. You pick up things fast and run with them, wearing as many hats as needed and jumping in to help your teammates where needed. If you need a ton of hand holding, this isn’t the job for you.
- Product development. You know what makes a product experience not just good, but amazing. You’re able to lead cross functional teams to create partner integrations that delight users and drive measurable impact.
- 4+ years of sales and/or business development experience. Demonstrated success in designing and delivering on marketing strategies and programs, in both B2C and B2B environments and/or marketing/advertising agencies if possible.
- Experience making data-driven partnership and sales decisions, as well as a demonstrated business sense and deal intuition through successful projects in the past
- Proven record of hitting targets, managing pipelines and tracking your business with KPIs
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