Manager, Investor Operations
Upgrade is a fintech company that provides affordable and responsible credit, mobile banking, and payment products to everyday consumers. We were the fastest growing company in the Americas last year according to the Financial Times and Upgrade Card was the fastest growing credit card in America. We have delivered over $21 billion in affordable and responsible credit over the last 5 years. The company is backed by some of the most prominent technology investors and was recently valued at $6.3B.
We have built an energizing, collaborative and inclusive culture where team members help each other, learn and innovate to move the company and its customers in the right direction, and own the outcome of their efforts.
Upgrade has been named a “Best Place to Work in the Bay Area” three years in a row, “Top Companies to work for in Arizona” and one of the "Best Engineering Department" awarded annually by Comparably. We've also received recognition for being a best company for Diversity, Women, Culture, and Veterans.
We are looking for new team members who get excited about designing and delivering new and better products to join a team of 1500 talented and dedicated professionals. Come join us if you like to tackle big problems and make a meaningful difference in people's lives.
About the Role:
We are looking for a Manager to join the Investor Operations Team. This role will focus on managing daily operations for financial institution and capital markets investors and will work closely with our account management, operations, product, and treasury teams to provide best in class service. The Investor Operations Team is part of the Investor Team based out of our San Francisco office and is responsible for daily operations, client service & account management, and providing data, reporting, and analytics to our whole loan purchasers. This role will report directly to the Head of Investor Operations.
This is a hybrid role, in-office Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays, reporting into the Head of Investor Operations in our San Francisco office.
What You’ll Do:
- Collaborate with the investor sales and onboarding teams to develop best-in-class investor experience and document investor operations procedures
- Have direct oversight of various functions on the team including daily operations, investor reporting, portfolio reconciliation, and account management.
- Manage relationships with investors and third parties - be the primary point of contact and troubleshoot operational issues while working towards solutions
- Manage the on-boarding of new investors including account opening and assist with a variety of activities related to the daily operations of investors
- Reconcile loan activity to cash activity within investor portfolios and provide feedback to improve processes through reporting enhancements and automation
- Work with product managers and engineers to ensure integrity of investor data reports, reconciliation, automation of investor reporting and timely customization of reports based on investor needs
- Suggest improvements to existing systems and processes to drive quality, efficiency and enhance the customer experience
What We Look For:
- 5+ years of experience at a consumer fintech lender, big 4 public accounting firm or financial institution (investment bank or asset manager); former CPA a plus
- Comfortable analyzing large data sets and providing insights
- Advanced in Excel, comfortable reading and writing queries in SQL (required); bonus for experience building dashboards using visualization tools such as Tableau
- Highly organized, detail-oriented and a strong client service orientation - this is a client facing role
- Superior written and verbal communication skills
- Good judgment and excellent interpersonal skills
- Business-focused mindset with a demonstrated ability to take ownership and resolve issues with minimal supervision
- Ability to operate in a fast-paced environment and recognize and focus on critical issues
- Flexibility to prioritize, balance and respond to competing needs within a growing organization
What We Offer You:
- Competitive salary and stock option plan
- 100% paid coverage of medical, dental and vision insurance
- Flexible PTO
- Opportunities for professional growth and development
- Paid parental leave
- Health & wellness initiatives
The compensation range of this position in San Francisco, CA is USD $130,000 - $150,000 annually plus equity and benefits. Within this range, an individual's base pay will be dependent on a variety of factors, including without limitation, job-related knowledge, skills, education, and experience.
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