Head of Payments Product at Tyro

Product, Full-time, 155 Clarence St, Sydney, NSW, 2000 sydney product full-time
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Posted 1 months ago
Who we are

Launching in 2003, Tyro has grown to become Australia's largest EFTPOS provider of all ADI's outside of the big 4 banks. With almost 500 employees, $13.4 billion in transactions in 2018, we are much more than an EFTPOS provider - Tyro is an ASX listed Australian bank and operates under the supervision of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).

With 10 industry firsts to market, we're giving the business banking world a good shake up, with smart technology that saves Australian businesses time and money. Come and be a part of the Tyro journey.

The Product function is made up of 7 teams and the function’s main role is to innovate, design and create customer centric solutions.  The Product function is expected to execute a cohesive product strategy while collaborating across the organisation to deliver exceptional commercial outcomes.

The seven teams are as follows:
Digital Channels – design and deliver consistent customer experience across all digital channels
Payments – P&L responsibility across payment solutions
Deposits – P&L responsibility across deposit solutions
Lending – P&L responsibility across lending solutions
Portfolio Optimisation & Analytics – Optimise commercial outcomes across all products and segments using data driven models
Process Transformation – Mastering lean six sigma concepts to increase effectiveness of our end to end processes and our investment in internal systems
Platform and insights - P&L responsibility across Platform and insights

The role of the Head of Payments Product is critical to Tyro’s success. Payments is Tyro’s core offering and this role is pivotal in setting the payments strategy, communicating it, and working cross-functionally to execute the strategy.  As the Head of Payments Product, you will be accountable for managing the overall profitability of the portfolio whilst balancing this with risk outcomes.