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Systems Implementer

LOCATION: Remote Position

What does it take to work at Benelds?

 

Four things.

You’ve got to be a doer.

What’s a “doer”? A doer will get stuff done even if they are in Timbuktu. Doers don’t sit around twiddling their thumbs waiting for tasks to be given to them, they seek work out. We don’t need people who work in isolation – we still provide direction and guidance, but without having to be told what to do, a doer will make something of value happen.

You’ve got to be a writer.

In a remote work environment, almost everything is shared by written communication. The internet changed the way we communicate profoundly – today, more written word will be consumed than ever before in human history. And tomorrow, it’ll be a little bit more. And the day after tomorrow, more still.

Written communication is an essential skill in the modern workplace, and especially important in a remote team. To put it bluntly, if you can’t write, you can’t work remotely.

This doesn’t mean you have to be Shakespeare. It means that you must be able to communicate clearly, concisely, and tactfully, through the written word.

You have to be comfortable not being in an office.

The social aspect of an office is important – and impossible to truly replicate in a remote workplace. While we chat daily on Slack and have video chats as a team at least once a week, there will be long periods where you have relatively little interaction with your colleagues.

A good remote worker has to be more than just OK with that: they have to thrive in that kind of environment.

You have to sincerely care about your customers.

A friend of ours whom we highly respect puts it brilliantly:

“Just do your fucking job, care about the client – and show that in your work – and we’ll all be good!”

The Role

A Systems Implementer will, believe it or not, spend the majority of their time implementing automation systems in our customers’ businesses.

Working primarily with Infusionsoft, you’ll spend your time assembling the systems we’ve perfected over years of leading the charge on Infusionsoft.

You’ll need a good understanding of how cloud technology works, as you’ll also be expected to implement and integrate our systems with 3rd party software (such as Google Apps, Shopify, Xero, Woocommerce, WordPress, Clickfunnels, etc etc etc – the list is endless!) wherever it’s needed.

You’re not expected to already know any of these systems inside out, merely to possess “the knack” for figuring this stuff out.

You’ll also be expected to provide support to your customers during and after the build phase, so an empathetic nature and strong written communication skills are important.

What’s in it for you:

ROWE

Work in a results only work environment – no timesheets, just results.

Work Anywhere

We have a mountain base (which is pretty damned nice) – and we’ll want to see you there every now and again with the whole team. The rest of the time you can work from literally anywhere with an internet connection.

Flexible Schedule

You’ll have complete control of your schedule. You’ll have targets to meet, but that doesn’t mean you have to be at a desk from 9 to 5.

PTO Policy

We have a pretty unique paid time off policy. Put simply, you can have as much time off as you want, as long as you’re meeting your targets. What does this mean in the real world? Well, you’ll have to apply to find out 😉

Who you’ll be working with:

Sarah Knox • Infusionsoft Coach

Sarah started working with us a whole ‘nother country ago, when she was still living in New Zealand. She’s our favourite Kiwi by a longshot, loves the All Blacks like a hurricane, drinks beer and is the absolute best* at teaching tech-fearing souls how to get on board with Infusionsoft.

*I mean this literally. We have stats to prove it.

Jake Lunniss • COO

Jake lives and breathes for systemising small business, standardising their processes and productising their delivery. He has an abnormally physical relationship with Workato (read: nerdboners) and hates Telstra. He also isn’t nearly as boring as that makes him sound.