Animalz is a content marketing agency that strives to create the best content on the web. We help companies grow by creating high quality, long-form pieces that their audience loves.

We’re a fully remote organization with team members scattered around the world. We have an eclectic team of marketers, scientists, journalists, operations folks, and more.

About this role:

Our Technical Content Marketing Managers (or technical CMs, as you'll probably hear them called) are the backbone of the work we do for a specific group of Animalz customers. While working closely with a Content Strategist and Editor, technical CMs write approximately two pieces per week, proactively manage their customer relationships, and work to level up their knowledge of technical subject matter and customer products.

This role blends a passion for data engineering with best-in-class writing for customers. Successful candidates should be eager to learn new topics and products and to collaborate with team members and stakeholders to better their understanding of technical subject matter, including data science, data management (both relational and NoSQL), programming languages, UI/UX and ETL.

This role reports to a Strategist, and may also work closely with Editors. The salary range for this role is between $50K-85K USD yearly (plus benefits as listed below), dependent on experience.


Ideal Technical Content Marketing Managers have experience writing long-form (~1,500 word) content that appeals to engineers and managing customer accounts. The length and depth of your experience can vary, and our team will work closely with you to grow your skillset long-term.

We're looking for folks with a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences for this role. We have former developers, freelancers, journalists, strategists, marketing generalists, and more at Animalz. We encourage everyone who's interested to submit an application, and we'll be in touch if we think there's a potential fit.

We'd like to hear from you if:

  • You have a background in development or engineering with a passion and skill for writing, or you are a technical writer with an interest in data
  • You're interested in content marketing as a career
  • You have experience writing long-form technical content (1,500 words or more), including tutorials, software documentation, and/or blog posts
  • You understand how developers and/or engineers think and talk, and can translate that into accurate, compelling, engaging content for a variety of audiences
  • You're familiar with widely used programming languages, infrastructure technologies, and software tools, such as SQL/NoSQL/MySQL, Python, Javascript and Data pipelines
  • You love working directly with customers and/or stakeholders
  • You want to improve your writing by working closely with an editor
  • You have knowledge of, or direct experience with, on-page SEO
  • You have a reliable internet connection/access
  • You can regularly work EST hours, with an overlap of 4 hours per day to collaborate with customers and members of the team

We'd REALLY like to hear from you if:

  • You have 1-2 years of experience with Software Engineering, Data Science or Data Engineering
  • You participate in the development community, e.g. you contribute to open source projects, and/or write technical content for other websites
  • You have experience interviewing subject matter experts, and using their quotes or expertise as a resource for your content

About our benefits:

  • Work from anywhere you like, as long as you have overlap with EST hours
  • Flexible, asynchronous team member and customer communication
  • For US-based team members: health insurance (80% company paid) plus dental and vision insurance (99% company paid)
  • 20 paid vacation days per year
  • 5 paid floating holidays per year
  • Unlimited sick time
  • Unlimited personal time
  • Paid parental leave
  • Monthly wellness and lunch stipends
  • Learning opportunities like internal workshops, talks, and attending conferences
  • Customized career growth and goals set and tracked monthly

Our stance on diversity:

Animalz recognizes that the best content in the world can't be created without input from a wide variety of perspectives and experiences. As such, we are committed to diversity and equal opportunities for all candidates and employees.

We do not discriminate in candidate screenings, interviews, or employment on the basis of factors including race, ancestry, religion, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, age, parental status, political association, military history, or any other status protected by law.

If you have further questions or need assistance during the application process:

Please reach out to workwithus@animalz.co and we'll be happy to help. Thanks so much!

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