Senior Growth Marketing Manager

About Record360

We believe that every person deserves simple technology tools that just work. Our mission is to help businesses feel confident sharing high value assets (ie., equipment, trucks, cars) by providing them with simple tools to inspect, protect and manage their fleets and build relationships of trust with their customers. We aspire to provide amazing experiences to our customers, build simple and impactful products, and become the best versions of our personal and professional selves. Our asset maintenance platform is used by thousands of equipment, truck, and car rental shops and we’re growing fast.

The role

Your mission is to build a growth engine to drive 10x growth in our business. This is a rare opportunity for a rockstar looking for real impact, accountability, and growth opportunity. The stage is set - we have a product that customers love because it solves an acute problem, a highly engaged and satisfied customer base, and a massive addressable market. We need an ambitious, talented growth-oriented marketer to own all aspects of our marketing engine and brand to help us to continue to attack this huge opportunity. For a talented individual that crushes it, there’s room to build a team and grow into a Director role for both Record360 and other sister companies within ASG LogisTech.


  • Serve as a critical, valued partner for the CEO and executive team
  • Build a predictable and measurable marketing engine to drive MQL growth across multiple channels, including SEO, PPC, email, direct mail & tradeshows
  • Drive revenue growth through clear sales opportunity creation
  • Create collateral and other enablement materials to support the sales team and processes
  • Setup a system to collect marketing data; own all analytics and marketing automation
  • Help craft Record360’s brand and ensure our story is positioned thoughtfully across all channels
  • Source and manage internal & external resources to get work done (e.g. agencies, content creators, designers, research firms)
  • Build strong cross-functional relationships with our sales, customer success, and product teams
  • Hire and lead future marketing team members over time


  • 4+ years of work experience in performance marketing, media buying, lead generation, or other quantitative/data-driven fields 
  • Demonstrated track record of building successful B2B marketing channels
  • Solid understanding of and hands-on experience in campaigns, email marketing, and communications principles
  • Strong data analysis skills; comfortable analyzing campaign results & working in financial models
  • Strong communications and copy writing skills (including writing and public speaking)
  • Strong knowledge of Salesforce and other marketing technology tools

Your Personal Characteristics

  • Ownership mentality. You take responsibility and love accountability
  • Entrepreneurial. You thrive in a nimble, lean, unstructured, fast-paced startup
  • You're a doer, not a teller. You roll up your sleeves when necessary
  • Analytical. You find meaning in numbers and are a data-driven decision-maker
  • A communicator. An excellent communicator, both written and oral
  • At cause. You see issues and implement solutions proactively
  • Adaptable. You're self-aware, and have an undying commitment to personal growth and development
  • Organized. Excellent time management and organizational skills


  • Opportunity to play a critical role in a high growth success story 
  • Competitive compensation
  • 401k matching
  • Medical, dental and vision healthcare coverage
  • Flexible PTO

Our offices are based in Seattle, but this role can be remote.

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