As a Product Manager for Payments, you will oversee the product strategy and execution of systems that drive traffic globally, unlock financial value and innovation for our students, instructors, and Udemy.
You have deep experience in card acquiring and payment gateway processing, are well versed with processing traditional as well as emerging payment types in card-not-present and card-present environments.
Your team will oversee all student purchases (checkout, payments, and fraud), payouts to instructors (tax reporting, and automation), money management (tax, reconciliation, fees, chargebacks), and creating new business models.
Success requires collaboration with data science, engineers, designers, and stakeholders across the organization. We are seeking a combination of strong vision, strategic leverage, team leadership, and high-velocity execution.
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