Customer Success and Support

Technical Enablement Program Leader, Customer Support

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As a member of the Support Operations team at Splunk, you will own and lead enablement for the Customer Support team. We are looking for an Enablement Program Leader to oversee Splunk Core (Splunk Enterprise and Splunk Cloud), in bridging the gaps between Product, Product Marketing, Education, and the Support organization. Program Leads are self-disciplined, organized, flexible, and detail-oriented, with an ability to successfully execute project plans with deadlines consisting of many moving parts. They are the key points of contact for stakeholders and domain experts across Splunk and our Partner network.

This role presents an excellent opportunity for you to play a key part and establish yourself in an exciting, growing and disruptive enterprise technology company.


  • Build a technical enablement program for Splunk Customer Support to expand their education/learning.
  • Collaborate with the Customer Success/Product Enablement and Programs team to identify value content and localize delivery for the Support Organization.
  • Craft, coordinate, run technical training courses for our Support staff.
  • Organize go-to-market enablement for new product launch and incremental release efforts.
  • Prioritize Support enablement and learning plans.
  • Continuously assess training needs for Splunk Support.
  • Drive enablement based on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to develop expertise in the Splunk Support organization.
  • Ensure product skills are included and kept current in support onboarding tracks.
  • Develop specific areas of expertise in addition to maintaining broad product skills.
  • Develop systems and processes which will help Support staff to easily access and use data, learning, knowledge (internal and external) and evidence of impact. Use these insights to improve existing practices and to inform decision-making, policy development, planning, organizational wide activities.

Requirements :

  • Basic technical understanding of Splunk's portfolio of products.
  • Experience facilitating multi-functional meetings
  • Proven ability to drive projects to completion while adhering to deadlines
  • Ability to build positive relationships internally and externally, in-person and virtually.
  • Dedicated to work through obstacles in a dynamic environment and stays flexible through organizational growth and change.
  • Bachelor’s degree/foreign equivalent in a related discipline or meaningful relevant on the job experience.
  • Working with Splunk Enterprise or Splunk Cloud is a huge plus.

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