GoCardless is creating the world’s first network for bank to bank payments, to rival credit and debit cards. With our powerful API and our global network of software partners, we’re on a mission to break down barriers, so businesses can take recurring payments easily, anywhere, in any currency.
Following several years of high organic growth, GoCardless has recently appointed a new CMO and is now embarking on expansion of our marketing capability across all areas of the marketing team, based from our global offices in London.
At the forefront of this, is a strategic opportunity to invest into the development of our digital experience. We are, therefore, looking for a Director of Digital Experience Marketing to head up this development. Given the strategic importance of this role, and its future potential, this position will report directly to the CMO.
This leader will be expected to deliver a business case to establish a team to deliver on these goals with resources ranging across site management, acquisition, SEO, conversion, analytics & optimisation specialists.
This role and team will work in close collaboration with our User Experience, Design and development teams who are charged with designing and delivering our customer journeys and digital experiences.
The successful candidate will have previous experience of delivering digital experiences for SaaS or E-Commerce sites working in collaboration with internal and external resources to bring together CX, design, development, delivery and optimisation of visitor journeys.
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Since GoCardless was set up in 2011, we have been focussed on simplifying Direct Debit and opening up access to companies who could never previously use it. We already process over $1bn each year for thousands of businesses, and we are growing fast.
We work with a huge range of organisations: small gyms and scout groups use us to reduce admin; fast growing companies like Funding Circle use us to power their growth; established institutions like the Guardian use us to dramatically reduce failure rates.
Our ambitions go beyond this: we want to break down barriers so that businesses can quickly and simply start taking payments from anyone, anywhere in the world.
Over the last year, we’ve expanded our offering for larger organisations, like the Guardian and the UK Government. We’ve also added European Direct Debit schemes, so multinational companies can collect payments across Europe with ease. We’ve recently launched in France and Germany, and in the coming year we’ll continue our global expansion, as we create a global network for recurring payments.
We’re London-based, and backed by some of the world’s leading investors including Balderton Capital, Accel Partners, Passion Capital and Y Combinator.