At Amplitude, the Brand & Content Marketing Director will champion our brand and thought leadership around the world, drive market leadership position, and connect it to the customer journey across multiple touch points. She/he will serve as a strategist and creative counsel to product marketers, growth marketers, field marketers, partnerships and HR. This role will report directly to the Global VP of Marketing at Amplitude.

 

Responsibilities

The Director of Brand Marketing at Amplitude will:

  • Act as our global brand champion and own the company narrative across all channels
  • Lead the development of Amplitude’s brand creative, content marketing, pr, social media and community strategy
  • Develop and grow the vibrant brand team at Amplitude
  • Own the development and continuous improvement of our website experience
  • Drive activation of Amplitude’s product thought leadership with modern creative assets that drive engagement, followers and subscribers
  • Grow Amplitude’s annual leading product industry conference in scale and impact
  • Manage our brand marketing budget to grow awareness for Amplitude’s mission and product
  • Help ensure that Amplitude’s brand values and guidelines are clear and followed across all channels, including but not limited to: digital, social, experiential, PR, and internal communications
  • Synthesize and deliver data-informed reports to stakeholders on performance with support from central analytics resources
  • Work closely with Amplitude leadership, regional marketing teams, and our supporting agencies

 

Qualifications

In their toolkit, the ideal candidate will have:

  • 10+ years of experience including fast growth environments
  • Proven results managing marketing budgets with management of creative agency teams
  • A deep understanding of storytelling with the ability to think in creative ways to execute ideas across an innovative media mix
  • An attention to detail and high-quality standards for copywriting and visual design
  • Capable of guiding and nurturing creative work that over delivers on business value
  • A deep understanding of storytelling with the ability to think in creative ways to execute ideas across an innovative media mix
  • Strong strategic management and planning skills with a focus on output
  • Aptitude to manage multiple high-stakes projects simultaneously and drive towards results
  • Excellent presentation skills combined with strong analytical skills and financial/business acumen
  • Humility, a sense of humor, and compassion for others

 

About Amplitude At Amplitude, we’re on a mission to help product teams understand their users’ behavior so that they can build better products. We’ve built a product analytics platform that enables anyone, regardless of analytics experience, to listen to what their users are telling them through user behavior. Founded in 2012, Amplitude is located in San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood, and we are backed by IVP, Battery Ventures, Benchmark Capital, and Y Combinator. You can learn more about our team, culture, and environment at . Amplitude provides equal employment opportunities (EEO). All applicants are considered without regards to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation

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