Customer Advocate, Social Media

Customer Advocate, Social Media

I would expect a position that mentions owning the customer experience so often, that interfaces regularly with senior leadership, and that requires at least 4-5 years experience to have a more senior title.

MoneyLion | “Competitive” comp not listed

Steph's Notes:

I would expect a position that mentions owning the customer experience so often, that interfaces regularly with senior leadership, and that requires at least 4-5 years experience to have a more senior title.


Original Job Description: Customer Advocate, Social Media

MoneyLion is a leader in financial technology powering the next generation of personalized products and content, with a top consumer finance super app, a premier embedded finance platform for enterprise businesses and a world-class media arm. MoneyLion’s mission is to give everyone the power to make their best financial decisions. We pride ourselves on serving the many, not the few; providing confidence through guidance, choice, and personalization; and shortening the distance to an informed action.

In our go-to money app for consumers, we deliver curated content on finance and related topics, through a tailored feed that engages people to learn and share. People take control of their finances with our innovative financial products and marketplace - including our full-fledged suite of features to save, borrow, spend, and invest - seamlessly bringing together the best offers and content from MoneyLion and our 1,100+ Enterprise Partner network, together in one experience. MoneyLion’s enterprise technology provides the definitive search engine and marketplace for financial products, enabling any company to add embedded finance to their business, with advanced AI-backed data and tools through our platform and API. Established in 2013, MoneyLion connects millions of people with the financial products and content they need, when and where they need it.

About the Role

Customer Advocates are the face of the MoneyLion brand. Advocates maintain a level of professionalism and empathy that exceeds that of our customer’s expectations. We are looking for an advocate for superior customer experience interactions via our various social media and review channels — a brand ambassador, driving high-value customer experience interactions via social media.

Ultimately, you will help establish our reputation as a company that offers excellent customer support via all mediums, including social media and various digital channels. You will own and elevate the customer experience by resolving customer concerns and reporting to the correct teams to eliminate the issue for future customers.

Responsibilities include resolving customer queries and complaints, recommending solutions, and guiding customers through product features and functionalities. To be successful in this role, you should be an excellent written and verbal communicator who’s able to earn our customers’ trust in 240 characters (or less!).

Key Responsibilities 

Customer Service:

Advocacy:

About You

What We Value

We value growth-minded and collaborative people with high learning agility who embody our core values of teamwork, customer-first and innovation. Every member of the MoneyLion Pride is passionate about fintech and ready to give 100% in helping us achieve our mission.

MoneyLion is committed to equal employment opportunities for all employees. Inside our company, every decision we make regarding our employees is based on merit, competence, and performance, completely free of discrimination. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. Within that team, no one will feel more “other” than anyone else. We realize the full promise of diversity and want you to bring your whole self to work every single day.

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