Join Australia’s fastest growing marketplace with over 1500 sellers and 2 million products!
In 2017, Catch launched the Marketplace platform. Marketplace allows our valued Catch customers to discover a huge range of brands, awesome technologies, outdoor products and everything else under the sun. Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it on Marketplace.
We are looking for a Senior Seller Onboarding Specialist to join the Marketplace team. In this role, you’ll play an essential part in providing direct support to Catch sellers as part of their registration and onboarding process onto the marketplace. You’ll act as the primary interface, interacting directly with sellers, collecting the required information and conducting the relevant verifications to complete onboarding. This role is critical in ensuring Catch Marketplace is a safe and trusted platform for sellers and customers.
What does a normal day in the life of a Senior Seller Onboarding Specialist look like?
Well… no two days at Catch are alike, you could expect your typical day to include some of the following things:
We have a fantastic work environment and culture here at Catch. We provide our passionate people with:
Back in 2006, Catch set out to shake up Australia’s online retail landscape. We’ve come a long way since!
We’re not just one of the country’s top eCommerce players, with a proven track record of growth, an award-winning digital platform and second to none customer experience offering. Behind the scenes, we’re a world-class team of creatives, strategists, developers and innovators, and we’re on the hunt for like-minded people to jump on board.
We don’t play by the rules. We push boundaries. We think big. We stay curious and driven. Together, we embrace challenges and learn new things. All this, for one purpose: to provide our customers with an amazing online shopping experience, every day.
And we’re just getting started…
At Catch, we welcome all applications and screen them without attention to race, age, beliefs, sex, orientation, gender identity and disability.