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Original Job Description: Customer Support Operations Analyst

EMPOWER OVERVIEW

Empower is a high-growth financial technology company on a mission to expand access to fair credit to give anyone in the world the opportunity to improve their financial security and mobility. We dream up and launch one-of-a-kind features that help our members get money instantly whenever they need it, save for the future, and rewrite their financial story.

Our members see Empower Cash Advance as a life-saver, Empower Automatic Savings as a game-changer, and the new Empower Thrive line of credit (currently in beta, launching soon) as a lifeline to low-cost borrowing and the only practical path to building good credit.

Empower is backed by Sequoia Capital, Blisce, and Icon Ventures. Are we the next great place to grow your impact and accelerate your career? We think so:

Inc. ranked Empower #56 in the 2023 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the US (#55 in 2022). Forbes put Empower on its 2023 list of America's Best Startup Employers. Fast Company recognized the new Empower Thrive line of credit in their 2022 list of the Next Big Things in Tech.

THE EMPOWER WAY

Great Expectations:

We come up with bold, audacious goals for ourselves and go all out for impact

WHAT EMPOWER OFFERS

JOB DESCRIPTION

As a Customer Support Analyst, you’ll help provide account and technical support to Empower’s rapidly growing membership base. As part of the Customer Support team, you will play a key role in ensuring success with our products, tools, and procedures by helping consumers with technical and account issues.

Key Responsibilities

Candidate Qualifications

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