What's the opportunity about?
Unbabel is looking for a Senior Customer Success Manager for our German-language markets with extensive account management experience and a high comfort level engaging VP’s and Directors in large organisations to join our Customer Success team based in Lisbon .
This position can either be on site or remote if the candidate is located within range of Berlin or Munich to support local customers.
You are at home in a SaaS or Tech B2B high growth business environment and have a strong desire to help customers get more value from the products and services available to them.
This is a dynamic global role, where you will be collaborating with different teams to drive and manage strong relationships with our key customers.
To be successful as a Customer Success Manager, you have to be empathetic, client-oriented, problem-solver and relationship builder by nature.
You will be playing an integral role by growing Unbabel’s key accounts.
This role would be a perfect match for those who have previous experience working in Customer Success, Account management or other client facing roles at enterprise level.
If you want to be part of a diverse, inclusive, fast paced and innovative environment apply today and take a front row seat at one of the fastest growing companies in Portugal!
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Unbabel enables modern enterprises to serve customers in their native languages, with always-on, scalable translation across digital channels.
Powered by AI and refined by a global community of translators, Unbabel combines the speed and scale of machine translation with the authenticity that can come only from a native speaker.
Unbabel has raised over $91M in funding and has over 170 employees across its Lisbon headquarters and offices in San Francisco, New York, and Pittsburgh.
Leading brands like Facebook, Microsoft, Booking.com, and easyJet use Unbabel to make their customers happier and their support operations vastly more efficient.
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