New Part-Time Position: supporting Haven Money, personal finance manager

Why you’d want to do this:
If you’re looking for some extra pocket money and a way to beef up your college resume – you’ve found it. We’re a fun group of 20-somethings who left our fancy jobs to start a company. We went to Stanford, MIT, Syracuse, or U of Washington and are happy to write a letter of recommendation.
Who we are looking for:
We are looking for a reliable, detail-oriented and enthusiastic person to join our growing team part-time, after school for about 10 hours a week or more. The role is a mix of data entry, categorization, operations and customer support. As such we are looking for someone who is able to communicate tactfully, skillfully, and positively in a number of environments and situations.
What you can expect to be doing:
  1. Data entry and basic analytics – (We’ll teach you if you don’t know)

  2. Gather customer information, assess and fulfill customer needs and educate customers where applicable

  3. Research regarding personal finance systems and processes

  4. Negotiate on behalf of customers in written or verbal communication

  5. Write / edit written content for blogs, press releases, etc.

  6. Organization: Maintain all documents, files and supplies and ensure all information is organized and accessible.
About Haven:
Haven Money is an automated money manager to help teach millennials  about personal finance. We noticed that the lack of education about personal finance resulted in our smart friends making bad decisions with money so we got our wealth manager licenses and started a company to help do it for them. Along the way we built a education tool that Stanford uses to teach their undergraduates about personal finance. Check out Havenmoney.com.
How to apply:
If you’re interested you can reply back to Ellie Thiele directly at ellie@havenmoney.com with a bit about yourself and your availability. Any parents with questions are welcome to reach out as well with questions.

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