Credit Partnerships Manager, Global Partnerships, Google Pay
- Master's degree or equivalent practical experience.
- 12 years of experience in business development, enterprise sales, or partnership development.
- 12 years of experience in the payments or banking industry.
- Experience working with digital payments.
- Experience driving results in a matrixed organization.
- Understanding of platforms to deliver the customer solutions.
- Ability to drive results across technical and business domains.
- Excellent partnerships, communication, and problem-solving skills.
About the job
- Identify opportunities to shape the future of Google Pay in close partnership with the financial services ecosystem and service providers.
- Build Credit partnerships and business for GPay India. Manage partnerships to achieve business goals.
- Build relationships with potential partners, especially in the area of consumer credit.
- Work with cross-functional teams to deliver maximum impact for the partner and Google Pay. Work with cross-functional teams across Marketing, Finance, and Legal teams on new feature launches, strategic initiatives, and other operational areas to grow Google Pay adoption.
- Design processes with monitoring and engagement along with Product, Partner Operations, Compliance, Policy, and Engineering teams and network partners to create an experience for our customer and merchant partners.
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