• Take up our mission to make state-of-the-art AI and ML effortlessly scalable (and cost effective!) for Fortune 500 and government customers everywhere
  • Experience rapid growth in the first AI startup to be funded by Gradient (Google) and lead investors Madrona & Norwest Ventures
  • Be the central voice of Algorithmia’s products, message, and brand

Algorithmia automates, optimizes, manages, and accelerates every step of the journey to deploy machine learning at scale. We allow anyone to run models on massively parallel infrastructure in minutes instead of months. In our cloud or your datacenter - all completely managed for maximum performance at minimum cost. Already trusted by more than 110k developers and major enterprise customers, Algorithmia makes scalable machine learning fast, simple, and cost-effective for everyone.

We are looking for an experienced Marketing Manager to develop and manage marketing programs in specific channels, support business objectives, lead acquisition, foster customer retention, execute business development, provide sales support, and advance brand building.

As a Marketing Manager at Algorithmia, you will:

  • Build marketing programs to support specific marketing objectives across different channels and segments that successfully engage our target segments and accounts in support of our overall strategic marketing plan
  • Market through various channels and segment databases working with targeted data sets
  • Develop business cases for marketing programs at the proposal stage and make recommendations on marketing tactics
  • Write, create, and develop promotional content as needed e.g. blog posts, social ads, virtual event and webinar content, ebooks, whitepapers, and web copy
  • Evaluate the impact of marketing programs in achieving their stated objectives, including impact on lead flow, LTV, and retention
  • Propose and manage marketing research projects to generate consumer insights in support of improved marketing strategy and communications; including our State of ML annual report
  • Partner with creative teams, other internal stakeholders, and external agencies and vendors
  • Implement SEO best practices and manage our blog with our external agencies
  • Manage a content marketing and editorial plan for blog
  • Design and implement creative marketing strategies to disseminate content
  • Execute marketing programs, drive collaboration with stakeholders, and leverage the right internal processes
  • Work with our team, internal stakeholders, and external agencies and vendors

On a given day, you might find yourself:

  • Designing a cross-channel marketing campaign that ties into our quarterly campaign theme 
  • Working with one of our Engineers to help write a blog post or whitepaper outline for a quarterly campaign
  • Pulling metrics to measure the success of a campaign throughout the Marketing and Sales funnel
  • Collaborating with our Product team on a product launch

We might make a great match if you have: 

  • Experience building complex marketing programs and reporting on the results
  • Exposure to digital and direct response marketing
  • Competence as a creative writer with an eye for great emails and landing pages
  • Strong project management skills
  • Strong problem-solving ability, including metrics-driven thinking
  • We’re looking for someone with 4+ years of experience in marketing, has a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing or Business or similar, and is familiar with the following software/tools:
    • Hubspot
    • Salesforce
    • Moz
    • Google Analytics, Studio Manager, Search Console
    • Outreach

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