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The Associate Legal Counsel supports the Director of Legal & Compliance in managing the global legal and compliance function for 2Checkout. The Associate Attorney is responsible for providing significant day-to-day support to the Director of Legal & Compliance on a wide range of complex legal and compliance matters as the company grows and expands its business globally. This will be accomplished both by carrying out assigned tasks as well as proactively identifying areas that need addressed. This will be a position that covers a wide range of different matters, and every day will bring new challenges and opportunities.

Responsibilities
  • Draft, negotiate and manage a wide range of commercial transactions, including procurement, vendor agreements, and customer/sales agreements.
  • Assist with maintaining and updating 2Checkout’s template agreements and website terms, including the Terms of Use, Merchant Services Agreement, Privacy Policy, Non-disclosure Agreement and Referral Agreement.
  • Manage and maintain the company’s international subsidiaries in line with local legal requirements, including the holding of annual shareholder meetings and board meetings as well as ensuring completion of annual audit requirements.
  • Develop, manage and protect the intellectual property rights of the company, including trademark registrations in the US, EU, Canada, Australia and other jurisdictions.
  • Perform research on various global regulations applicable to the company’s services and present findings to the Director of Legal & Compliance.
  • Assist with managing litigation and any disputes or collections actions that may arise in the course of the company’s business.
  • Manage the company’s insurance coverage and ensure appropriate types and amounts of insurance are maintained.
  • Handle other various legal and compliance matters, including responding to due diligence requests, maintaining bank account signatories and responding to subpoenas.
  • Assist the Director of Legal & Compliance with developing, updating and maintaining policies, procedures and training for the business covering various compliance areas, including without limitation KYC/AML/CTF, anti-bribery, SAR filing, complaints handling and safeguarding of client funds.
  • Advise company managers on various business matters to ensure compliance with rules and regulations.
  • Keep apprised of any developments in regulations, rules and/or industry standards as they affect 2Checkout globally.
Qualifications
  • Have a minimum 3 years as an attorney in private legal practice or as in-house counsel.
  • Be licensed to practice law in Ohio or another jurisdiction.
  • Be comfortable operating in a fluid environment and working on a broad range of novel legal and compliance matters.
  • Take pride in his/her work and be passionate about working for and helping to build a world class Legal & Compliance department and company.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of 2Checkout’s business model and go-to-market strategy and develop and maintain expertise of laws, rules and regulations applicable to the company.
  • Have or develop a thorough understanding of the international e-commerce payments industry.
  • Be a leader within 2Checkout and help to foster a culture of excellence throughout the organization.
  • Have outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
  • Have excellent analytical skills, with an ability to see both detail and big picture issues.
  • Have the ability to drive change in line with management goals.
  • Enjoy working in a fast-paced international business.

Controller

Columbus, Ohio - USA

2Checkout is seeking a Controller to lead the accounting team with responsibility for financial and regulatory reporting, controls and analysis. This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to work in a smaller, fast growing company with a global footprint. This role requires a hands-on professional who is both comfortable working with the details, yet also recognizes the strategic importance of a strong accounting function. This person will be a key member of the CFO’s staff and will interface with all levels of the 2Checkout leadership team. The Controller ensures that sound and reliable accounting practices are followed. The position is also responsible for the preparation and distribution of timely and accurate financial reports to the management team, board of directors, and appropriate regulatory agencies.

Responsibilities
  • Manage the timely and accurate preparation of monthly and annual financial reports, both domestic and international, ensuring GAAP compliance.
  • Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual variance analyses, reporting any significant variances or business risks to senior management.
  • Participate in the annual budget process.
  • Develop and document business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal controls.
  • Ensure accounting systems provide accurate, timely, and useful data and that daily, weekly and monthly cash monitoring processes are in place.
  • Oversee AP and payroll processes.
  • Run the month end and yearly close processes.
  • Manage annual audits, including the preparation of work papers for the outside auditors.
  • Assist in the preparation of regulatory reporting, as well as tax filings.
  • Ad Hoc projects, including the preparation of analyses as needed for capital investments, pricing decisions, development items and other strategic projects.
Qualifications
  • 10+ years of progressively responsible accounting and finance experience.
  • Proven working experience as a Controller or equivalent.
  • BA/BS in Accounting.
  • CPA or CMA.
  • Strong knowledge of GAAP.
  • Experience with creating financial statements.
  • Experience with general ledger functions and month/year end closing process.
  • Financial services, payments processing or technology experience preferred.
  • Strong working knowledge of internal controls.
  • Excellent Excel skills.
  • Experience in a smaller organization, requiring detailed, hands-on knowledge of financial results and the accounting process.
  • Foreign currency exposure.
  • Unquestionable integrity and discretion.
  • Self-starter with ability to work with minimal direction.
  • Experience with Dynamics, GP a plus.

Senior Payments Product Manager

Columbus, Ohio - USA

2Checkout is looking for a talented, ambitious and self-motivated Senior Product Manager to drive the product roadmap for development of our next generation world-class merchant payments platform. If you are eager to shape the future of online payments - with a focus on creating world-class merchant and consumer experiences for international eCommerce - and have an in depth knowledge of international payments and a proven track record of excellence, this is the place for you!

Responsibilities
  • Creating detailed product requirements documents and use cases to articulate desired product features and functionality to technical, user experience & design, and other cross-functional teams.
  • Developing merchant and competitive insights to identify new industry-leading product features, user experiences, and platform capabilities that will deliver extraordinary value to merchants.
  • Developing business cases for and estimating the expected financial impacts of incremental product or feature enhancements.
  • Collaborating closely with technical architects, engineers and other cross-functional stakeholders to ensure that the product solution delivers against business objectives.
  • Developing and managing a prioritized roadmap to address merchant needs and accelerate growth of 2Checkout’s business.
  • Collaborating cross-organizationally with sales, marketing, customer support, operations, legal, compliance, risk management, engineering, user experience, QA and other functional areas, to ensure alignment with related go-to-market activities.
  • Owning key business metrics post-launch.
Qualifications
  • In-depth knowledge of electronic payments including a deep understanding of international payments, payment gateways and global payment methods.
  • Commitment to flawless execution.
  • Strong analytical skills; creative and relentless problem solver.
  • Strong organizational skills, ability to thrive in an environment where success depends on a high degree of cross-functional collaboration.
  • Team player; ability to interface and build relations at all levels internally and externally.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • BA or BS required, MBA a plus.
About 2Checkout

2Checkout is a global technology company that takes the pain out of payments for online businesses so they can focus on growth. Operating in nearly every country in the world, 2Checkout makes it easy for businesses to accept payments from anyone, anywhere, using any device. Trusted by thousands businesses, the 2Checkout platform integrates with banks and payment networks all over the world through a single interface so businesses can sell to anyone, anywhere in the local language and currency. 2Checkout is simple to implement, including a payment gateway, a merchant account, PCI compliance, international fraud prevention, and easy integration for more than 100 of the most popular shopping carts.

Director of Marketing

Columbus, Ohio - USA

Are you tired of running other people’s plays? Do you feel you have the ability see what is possible and then dive in to make it happen? Can you be scrappy and creative to set an organization up for long-term success as it gets ready to move into a new phase of growth?

Our company is already trusted by thousands of businesses around the world to process their payments. Now we’re getting ready to reinvent ourselves so that we can springboard off of our strengths and achieve even greater heights.

You’ll develop and execute a Marketing strategy to make what we have work even harder for us, while also laying a foundation that will help the organization push industry boundaries and support accelerated future growth. You’ll be hands on in growing and enhancing our global brand, and you’ll be the champion for driving a culture of measurability and continuous improvement. 2 years from now, we’ll look back, and you’ll be a key hero who helped transform our business.

Responsibilities
  • Within the first 90 days, develop a comprehensive marketing roadmap with clear performance benchmarks towards customer acquisition that aligns with our business strategy.
  • Set the right targets for customer acquisition costs, and establish a marketing budget across regions, channels and partners that will meet and exceed these goals.
  • Oversee all external and internal marketing communications (PR, branding, advertising, tradeshows, etc), ensuring a high level of stakeholder engagement and seamless integration and performance.
  • Leverage analytic to provide break-through insights around customer behavior and tactical performance and work with internal and external teams to execute.
  • Identify countries, markets and products that provide cost effective growth opportunities and pilot programs that demonstrate performance on par with the target acquisition cost.
Qualifications
  • BA/BS in Business, Marketing or a related field. MBA preferred.
  • 7+ years of progressively responsible roles in marketing including marketing management experience.
  • Well-versed in site-side marketing, including conversion and landing page optimization, and A/B testing.
  • Expertise with web analytic platforms and an understanding of the inner-workings SEM/SEO, display and social advertising landscapes.
  • Familiarity with marketing automation, CRM and tag management platforms, such as Eloqua.
  • Experience managing agency and vendor relationships (advertising and PR).
  • Experience in payments/e-commerce marketing preferred but not required.
Mindset
  • “Start-up” mentality and visible passion for the business and industry.
  • Strong leader who is willing to “roll-up your sleeves” to deliver results.
  • Problem-solver who leverages data and analytic to make business decisions.
  • Ability to operate successfully through periods of ambiguity and change.

Director of Fraud & Risk Strategy

Columbus, Ohio - USA

2Checkout is seeking a Director of Fraud & Risk Strategy with prior experience in e-commerce or the payment industry. We are growing rapidly and need a knowledgeable, experienced, self-starter to help us continually improve our service and protect our customers. To be successful in this role, one should be a clear decision maker with the ability to set direction as well as a Risk Management expert with industry expertise.

The ideal candidate will have proven history of implementing fraud process improvements, a strong knowledge of fraud detection and prevention best practices and the ability to train and mentor a team in these practices. Reporting directly to the VP of Operations, this role will have no direct reports and be solely focused on the development and implementation of industry-leading tools and processes. Working closely with the Fraud and Loss Prevention Coordinator, a successful candidate will have the ability to understand the day to day challenges of their team and how to enhance their transaction and account monitoring programs.

Responsibilities
  • Serve as the primary resource for developing and implementing best practices for underwriting and monitoring merchants, assessing/managing risk and mitigating merchant fraud for all 2Checkout payment solutions.
  • Develop the underwriting, risk management and fraud strategies, policies, procedures, analysis and reporting necessary to lead the team and drive execution.
  • Effectively communicate team results throughout the organization and to external constituents.
  • Build business cases for Risk management related projects or products, and defining success metrics for tracking effectiveness of initiatives post-launch.
  • Support regional implementation of risk mitigation controls (e.g. reserves, minimum balances, withdrawal limits) to limit risk of specific populations.
  • Identify relevant 3rd party data and service providers and support the negotiation, integration and management of on-going relationship.
  • Continuously evaluate competitive external risk-based programs and customer needs to manage and influence 2Checkout needs, direction & performance for its risk & fraud management programs.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to develop tools and processes to enhance efficiency of vetting and monitoring; assist in new product development and related risk endeavors.
  • Translate complex quantitative information into presentations that are easily understood by senior management on a regular basis.
  • Identify and keep up to date on key national and international policies and economic, political, and social trends that affect the organization.
  • Lead and direct special projects and perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications
  • 8+ years of experience in risk management, credit underwriting and/or portfolio management capacity for financial services, payment services, or merchant account acquiring companies (online preferred).
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Economics, Statistics, Accounting, Finance, Mathematics, Operations Research, Engineering with an MBA or related graduate degree preferred with a proven record of academic excellence.
  • Aptitude for data-driven decision making with a history of driving process improvement and efficiency using prospect and customer data.
  • History of taking a hands-on approach and personally working across the organization to research, define and execute on new initiatives.
  • Excel in a dynamic and fast-paced environment; manage changes, set and follow priorities and execute on vision and strategy.
  • Experience in developing and implementing risk management/underwriting and fraud strategies processes and procedures and training teams in the execution of those strategies.
  • An analytic background with the ability to understand how various data sets can be used to help drive better underwriting and risk analysis and practices.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills in articulating to the company the strategies, plans and measurements of all key risk and fraud activities to internal constituents, board members and external banking partners.
  • Personal leadership- strong work ethic; mature and professional attitude with strong interpersonal and coordination skills; ability to handle stress, high pressure and short deadlines.
  • Experience and broad base knowledge of Fraud Operations and Compliance and Regulatory requirements including a solid understanding of local data protection, banking, card association and compliance requirements.
  • International experience preferred, including the management of country-specific risk.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects under pressure while prioritizing and delegating effectively.
  • Discretion and ability to maintain highly confidential information.

Salesforce Administrator

Columbus, Ohio - USA

The Salesforce Administrator is responsible for applying defined practices and procedures to design, implement, build, test, document, and support our CRM. A talented candidate taking on this role will work with users across the business to enhance the operations of various technology platforms, including Salesforce.com. Responsibilities also include supporting day-to-day administration and operation of the Salesforce.com platform, related applications, processes, and workflows. This is an ideal position for a candidate interested in learning and optimizing business processes.

Responsibilities
  • Interact with decision-makers, users, and stakeholders to gather requirements, analyze, design, and build the suggested processes within the Salesforce.
  • Perform administrator functions such as user management, profiles, roles, permissions, rules, assignment rules, queues, licenses, capacity and storage management.
  • Define business process and solutions using business requirements gathered from stakeholders.
  • Act as primary liaison between operations teams and the technology team for CRM-related projects and serve as communication gatekeeper to projects running smoothly.
  • Establish and implement best practices with regard to system maintenance, configuration, development, testing, and data integrity.
  • Responsible for maintaining and revising existing applications, as well as handling new projects.
  • Coordinate cross-functional development initiatives.
  • Develop and create customized reports and dashboards.
  • Keep users informed about system functionality and enhancements.
  • Provide users with technical support.
  • Participate in functional UAT and QA activities as needed in Salesforce and integrated systems.
Qualifications
  • BA/BS in Computer Science, Information Systems, or a related area with a proven record of academic excellence.
  • 4-5 years managing complex workflows, building assignment rules, designing detailed profiles based on the business needs.
  • Proven ability to assess business needs, prioritize accordingly and escalate as needed.
  • Experience working with sandbox and production environments to manage the distribution of system functionality or process changes preferred.
  • History of taking a hands-on approach and personally working across the organization to research, define and execute on new initiatives.
  • Strong time management skills with ability to juggle multiple simultaneous projects and deadlines.
  • Exceptional communication and collaboration skills.
  • Salesforce Administrator Certification preferred.

Paralegal

Columbus, Ohio - USA

The Paralegal supports the Director of Legal & Compliance in managing and the global legal and compliance function for 2Checkout. The Paralegal is responsible for providing significant day-to-day support to the Director of Legal & Compliance on a wide range of complex legal and compliance matters as the company grows and expands its business globally. This will be accomplished both by carrying out assigned tasks as well as proactively identifying areas that need addressed. This will be a position that covers a wide range of different matters, and every day will bring new challenges and opportunities.

Responsibilities
  • Assist with maintaining and updating 2Checkout’s template agreements and website terms, including the Terms of Use, Merchant Services Agreement, Privacy Policy, Non-disclosure Agreement and Referral Agreement
  • Manage and maintain the company’s international subsidiaries in line with local legal requirements, including the holding of annual shareholder meetings and board meetings as well as ensuring completion of annual audit requirements
  • Develop, manage and protect the intellectual property rights of the company, including trademark registrations in the US, EU, Canada, Australia and other jurisdictions
  • Perform research on various global regulations applicable to the company’s services and present findings to the Director of Legal & Compliance
  • Assist with managing litigation and any disputes or collections actions that may arise in the course of the company’s business
  • Manage the company’s insurance coverage and ensure appropriate types and amounts of insurance are maintained
  • Handle other various legal and compliance matters, including responding to due diligence requests, maintaining bank account signatories and responding to subpoenas
  • Assist the Director of Legal & Compliance with developing, updating and maintaining policies and procedures for the business covering various compliance areas, including without limitation KYC/AML/CTF, anti-bribery, SAR filing, complaints handling and safeguarding of client funds
  • Provide assistance with the development and carrying out of compliance training, including new hire, department specific and company-wide training, on various compliance topics, including KYC/AML/CTF, SAR filing, etc.
  • Keep apprised of any developments in regulations, rules and/or industry standards as they affect 2Checkout globally
Qualifications
  • Hold a Certificate in Paralegal Studies from an accredited university
  • Have a minimum of 5-7 years of experience working in paralegal roles either in a large law firm or corporate legal department, demonstrating increasing levels of responsibility
  • Be comfortable operating in a fluid environment and working on a broad range of novel legal and compliance matters
  • Take pride in his/her work and be passionate about working for and helping to build a world class Legal & Compliance department and company
  • Develop a thorough understanding of 2Checkout’s business model and go-to-market strategy and develop and maintain expertise of laws, rules and regulations applicable to the company
  • Have or develop a thorough understanding of the international e-commerce payments industry
  • Be a leader within 2Checkout and help to foster a culture of excellence throughout the organization
  • Have outstanding written and verbal communication skills
  • Have excellent analytical skills, with an ability to see both detail and big picture issues
  • Have the ability to drive change in line with management goals

Underwriting Specialist

Columbus, Ohio - USA

2Checkout, a fast-growing financial technology startup, is looking for an Underwriting Specialist to grow with us as we rapidly expand our team. We are looking for an exceptional candidate who would love the challenge of reviewing new account acquisitions, mitigating risk through careful research and application of policies during the underwriting process.

Online payments is one of the hottest areas for innovation in e-commerce. 2Checkout is one of the largest payment platforms with a global reach in nearly 200 countries. Our platform integrates with banks and payment networks all over the world through a single interface so businesses can sell to anyone, anywhere in the local language and currency. Over the next year, we expect to double the size of our team across all functions, including engineering, product development, sales, underwriting, marketing, and customer support.

We are seeking a thorough, enthusiastic self-starter with 1-3 years related experience in FinTech underwriting to join our team.

Responsibilities
  • Investigate and decision new applications
  • Understand and exercise compliance standards
  • Meet and exceed production objectives
  • Take ownership of accounts during the underwriting process
  • Advocate for specific improvements in procedures and policies
  • Evaluate 30 - 40 new account applications daily utilizing provided tools and external exploration
  • Analyze all information collected appropriately
  • Make final determinations based on department standards
  • Archive evidence within internal records
  • Diagnose risk trends to continuously improve processes throughout multiple departments
  • Embrace all policy and procedure updates and implement necessary changes promptly
  • Stay abreast of changing OFAC and other regulatory restrictions
  • Employ and suggest the use of latest known technologies
  • Respond to inquiries from frontline representatives expeditiously

Fraud Analyst

Columbus, Ohio - USA

2Checkout is seeking a Fraud Analyst with prior experience in e-commerce or payments fraud. The ideal candidate will be someone who is able to analyze large amounts of transactional and merchant account based data to identify and stop fraudulent trends.

Responsibilities
  • Use and optimize a rules engine to identify and review possibly fraudulent transactions.
  • Ability to analyze customer behavior to optimize a rules engine.
  • Monitor incoming chargeback data to quickly identify trends.
  • Coach team members on how to identify and stop real time fraud trends using internal and external tools.
  • Ability to review and monitor external reporting.
  • Define and monitor internal SLAs.
  • Reviews orders for potential fraud and other risk trends.
Qualifications
  • Hold a bachelor degree or three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Familiarity using a rules engine to identify and review possibly fraudulent transactions.
  • Analytical- enjoy working with numbers and reporting to derive insights.
  • Ability to work across different internal and external systems.
  • Support business projects and expansion.
  • Familiarity with agile development processes and weekly release cycles.
  • Able to communicate effectively with internal and external partners.
  • Motivated self-starter.

Risk Analyst

Columbus, Ohio - USA

The ideal candidate will be someone who is able to analyze data and take preventive actions when necessary to mitigate financial, operational, legal and reputational loss.

Responsibilities
  • Mitigate financial losses through monitoring merchant accounts.
  • Analyze merchant activity and buyer transactions; ability to identify fraudulent trends and red flags.
  • Aptitude in identifying patterns, trends, and inconsistencies within merchant accounts.
  • Monitor incoming chargeback and refund data.
  • Analytical – synthesize complex information and arrive at decisions using all available information and tools.
  • Take ownership of work and meet daily production standards.
  • Strong written communication and note taking skills.
Qualifications
  • Hold a bachelor degree or three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Experience working in e-commerce or payments.
  • Knowledge of the payment card industry, money laundering, OFAC regulations.
  • Familiarity in identifying and reviewing possible fraudulent transactions.
  • Professional; motivated self-starter.