Recruitment for Aggregator Supervisor at PalmPay Limited

Application Closing Date
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PalmPay is one of Nigeria’s biggest fintech companies. We’re reinventing the payments experience by making it easy and reliable to transfer money, pay bills and shop online. We have over 5 million customers on our app and 50,000 Mobile Money agents across the country. We have big plans for 2022 and are building out an ecosystem of merchants, partners and services to meet anyone’s financial needs. PalmPay is fully licensed by the CBN as an MMO and backed by leading investors including Tecno Mobile.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Aggregator Supervisor

Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Job Type: Contracted
Level: Mid-career

Job Description

  • Identification and onboarding of new aggregators of other platforms
  • Monitoring of all aggregators and their sub-Agents performances.
  • Engagement of aggregators to ensure resolution of issues, complaints and follow through to ensure that issues are resolved urgently.
  • Terminal Management – Ensure that terminals are deployed to the right aggregators with the highest potential for viability – Follow through on terminal deployment to ensure that only the right agents have terminals and terminals are put to use as soon as they are deployed to aggregators.
  • Leverage WhatsApp groups to share updates, learning tips and new  product offerings to aggregators.

Qualification

  • Minimum of B.Sc in related fields

Skills Required:

  • Must have Sales experience of 3 years and above.
  • Good communication and selling skills.
  • Ability to manage a team.
  • Banking experience selling or managing POS agency.

Salary
N100,000 + 50,000 / Month.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

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