your gateway services from your acquiring. Hands on experience with technical requirements and business cases for eCommerce payments Strong project delivery or project management experience in payments.
You know how to get things done; able to organise / liaise with internal and external teams to meet timelines. Good experience implementing Acquiring projects with Visa, MCI, Amex, Disc / Diners or other payment partners.
Obsessed with slick processes, always aiming for simplicity and efficiency Strong, collaborator, communicator with the ability to influence stakeholders across organisations and businesses A pragmatic thinker with an ability to think outside the box Good commercial acumen with an understanding of business processes Expected to be hands on.
Not shy to get stuck in and roll your sleeves up
facile with innovation in payments; leader in external partner engagement; can act as single point of entry into CKO teams globally for Financial Partners.
pursue preferred acquiring partner status for CKO. Often works with CKO stakeholders to maintain payment parity including scheme partner enablement, innovation or enhancement rollout (e.
g. Network Token, SRC, Instalment, etc.). Collaborates with Product teams to support prioritisation and alignment of development or tech changes to enable product enhancements.
Liaise with CKO Commercial teams to provides sales support.
Project Management : Leads and manages projects to ensure and delivery of strategic partnership through Global Scheme or Innovation projects, typically partnering at regional or market level externally.
Entirely responsible for one or more work streams related to external financial partner implementation(s). Responsible for day to day interaction with internal and external teams involved in implementing new financial partners or scheme BINs / Enhancements in market or region.
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