Product Marketing Manager, Cambridge -
Brand are on the look out for a Product Marketing Manager to join a technology business based on the North-West side of Cambridge. This role owns their latest product, so we’re looking for someone who’s able to put together the marketing plan and deliver on it. This product is flying of the shelves, and your role will be around scalability, growing in the UK and US markets initially before becoming worldwide. The technology this role markets is lucrative and in high demand, with the potential of hundreds of millions of customers.
Your role will be to own this product entirely, you’ll be the go-to know how. In order to succeed in this position, you’ll be a campaign focussed marketer, who can develop strategies around the customer. You will understand the audience and be a natural story teller. Ideally, you’ll be from a product marketing position within tech, but demonstrable experience in translating key propositions from a technical perspective into a simpler format will be crucial in this position. Of course, you will need to be measurable in your experience, and be confident in various analytical platforms and working in a commercial role.
The company offer a relaxed and informal culture, and an office dog (with the option to bring your dog into work too (sometimes)). You will work with a dedicated and diverse marketing and creative team who are integral to the business. They’re a collaborative bunch, so you’ll need to be a good team player.
Due to the location of this Cambridgeshire office, this role is commutable from Cambridge, Cambourne, Papworth, Huntingdon, Fenstanton, Bar Hill, Swavesey, St Ives, Longstanton, St Neots, Stretham, Waterbeach and Newmarket.
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