Xerpa is re-inventing Brazilian HR, employing technology and user-centric design to make the most complex, impersonal HR tasks simple and personal. Imagine an HR system that eliminates Brazilian labor bureaucracy and transforms the workplace into a community, payroll that is always accurate, and benefits that help Brazilians live healthier, better lives. Xerpa is an early stage startup funded by Kaszek Ventures, Redpoint e.ventures and two of the founders of Nubank.
We are a diverse and global team of the highest caliber with deep experience from various fields (engineering, product, human resources, finance, sales & marketing). Xerpas have a perennial mandate to challenge the status quo and re-define our industry.
Xerpa enables organizational transformation by bringing technology to one of the most marginalized, complex areas of every company, bringing a need to be innovative not just in our product but in our distribution methods. We are looking for a data-driven, consumer centric Growth Specialist with a love for software, story telling and analytics. Working closely with our CEO and Head of Sales, you will create and define the new digital human resources and HCM market in Brazil and position Xerpa as the clear and outright leader.
You will be responsible for driving all demand generation activities for prospective customers and upsell/cross sell activities for our current base of thousands of companies. You will spearhead the next stages of Xerpa’s push in CRO, inbound and outbound marketing, product marketing, analytics, evangelism and communications. You will build strong relationships with internal stakeholders, communicating and collaborating to drive results between Marketing, Sales, Product, Engineering, and Customer Success. You will be the voice of our customer and apply your experience in customer lifecycle marketing to improve our trial, demo, and nurture journeys, convincing potential customers that the future of HR can and must be better than the past - and that Xerpa will position them to unlock their company’s enormous potential, making labor bureaucracy a distant, vague memory.