Founded in 2018 in Dublin by experienced security engineers, Tines makes enterprise automation simple. Security and operations teams are too often stuck doing manual, repetitive tasks, and we want to change that. Tines is an automation platform designed to allow anyone to automate any manual task, regardless of complexity. No apps, plugins, or custom code required. With 1,000+ template options for common security actions, Tines is power and simplicity through direct integration with your existing tools.
Now a well-funded, early-stage start-up, Tines is backed by some of the world’s most respected investors and trusted by the world's leading security teams to streamline security automation work. We’re scaling quickly and building our team for the journey. We guarantee lots of challenges, growth and learning as well as the opportunity to be part of a world class team.
Tines is looking for Partner Enablement Programme Manager to design, build and manage programmes that will enable our partners and support our go-to-market strategy. Working closely with a diverse cross-functional team, including sales, marketing, product, and operations, you’ll be responsible for implementing enablement projects that educate a variety of partner types on Tines’ unique value. This is a key role reporting to the Global Partner Programmes Lead, which will lay the foundation for Tines’ global partner enablement strategy for years to come.
The ideal candidate will have an extensive background and experience creating, building and managing programmes that generate meaningful business value. You should be detail-oriented and metrics obsessed, with a history of driving results and growth, ideally in a fast-paced tech environment. This position is suited to someone that thrives when handling multiple projects at once and loves collaborating with a range of different stakeholders, both internal and external, to bring initiatives to life. Excellent analytical and communication skills and comfort with ambiguity are also must.
Responsibilities include developing and launching initiatives that will help educate partners and drive Tines adoption.
What you'll do:
- Develop and launch best in class programmes which will help educate and enable Tines partners at every stage of their journey.
- Collaborate with both partner and XFN leadership to establish strategy, prioritise projects and generate outputs that will drive growth through the partner ecosystem.
- Project manage and execute cohesive educational experiences for partners across multiple touch points including in person, virtual and self serve.
- Understand enablement needs by partner type and develop tailored, yet scaled solutions that will maximise both resource and impact.
- Identify significant near and long-term partner enablement opportunities based on quantitative analysis, qualitative feedback, research and a strategic view of the direction of the market.
- Measure and report on the effectiveness of partner enablement efforts and use this data to constantly refine and enhance partner experience.
- Be willing and able to flex between strategic and tactical/execution responsibilities
What you bring with you:
- Significant experience managing complex programmes and activations and driving business outcomes in a fast paced tech environment
- Track record of influencing behaviour at a variety of levels in the organization, including cross-functional teams both internally and externally.
- Exceptional organizational and project management skills, with the ability to set goals and prioritize many initiatives and opportunities with minimal guidance
- Innovative self starter with an innate curiosity and passion for emerging technologies (especially in the security and automation space)
- Flexible team player comfortable with a fast-paced, often ambiguous, environment
- Storyteller with excellent communication and presentation skills
Tines provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to sex, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, genetic features, language, religion or belief, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth, disability, age or sexual orientation.