Climb Credit

Climb Credit (NMLS# 1240013) is an innovative student financing and payments platform that makes career creation and transformation more accessible, affordable, and accountable than ever before. Driven by a mission to empower individuals to unlock their career potential – no matter what their credit profile – Climb identifies programs and schools with a demonstrated ability to improve the earnings of their graduates. Then they provide learners with financing and payment options that are priced and structured to meet the unique needs of those seeking career elevation and increased earning power. Recognizing the dynamic and diverse nature of an economy in rapid change, Climb partners with schools that teach everything from cybersecurity to healthcare, heavy machine operation to data science, and culinary arts to coding. While some colleges are struggling to meet the real-world needs of their students, Climb and its partner schools are committed to an inspiring practicality that brings real career results as individuals Own Their Next chapter. 

Climb Credit New York, NY, USA
Aug 10, 2020
Full-time
Overview of Role We are looking for a Senior Vice President of Revenue to scale and grow the business and operate cross-functionally across the organization. In this role, you will work as part of Climb’s leadership team to develop and execute against attainable but aggressive growth targets.  You will help to build a cohesive organizational strategy to find, service, and support Climb’s channel partners and end customers. Role requirements Partner with the leadership team to drive the adoption and execution of the organization’s overarching vision both internally and externally Assess current customer LTV and develop strategies to scale revenue through current products, and / or the proposal of additional products and services. Ensure that sales, marketing, and customer success strategies are aligned and informed by overall company goals from the C-suite Set the example for the Revenue team and greater organization as an...