As Head of Digital Marketing at Beekeeper you will help shape our overall demand generation marketing strategy to drive growth across all target business segments and regions. The ideal candidate is a data-driven performance marketer with strong leadership and project management skills. We expect a strong track record in all kinds of digital programs for B2B SaaS businesses: web, social, email, and CPC/CPL programs. This Sr. Director will collaborate with cross-functional stakeholders from field marketing, growth, sales, content, and product marketing teams to launch integrated digital campaigns, drive continuous optimization, and pipeline growth.

We’re looking for both a leader and a collaborator who can help define what needs to be done and then execute it in an environment characterized by flexibility, data-driven curiosity, and teamwork.

Your Responsibilities

  • Lead the digital marketing team, including web, social, paid CPC/CPL, and email automation
  • Creates a demand generation strategy that aligns with regional marketing and sales leadership to achieve pipeline goals
  • Spearheads, strengthens, and oversees the digital marketing team’s contribution to our ABM strategy
  • Drive conversion optimization across all channels and programs
  • measure, assess and identify ways to improve performance of digital marketing programs
  • Drive innovation and modernization of our digital marketing footprint to find new ways to reach, engage, and convert our target audience: across web to email, social & paid. 
  • Manage budget across global channels & regions, and optimize spend constantly.
  • Drive growth of organic traffic across targeted regions through on-page SEO, off-page SEO and technical SEO
  • Optimize performance of our outbound marketing programs to support our ABM strategy

What we look for in you

  • BS/BA Degree and at least 6+ years of experience in a performance or digital marketing position in a fast-paced SaaS business
  • Proven experience in managing remote teams and a multi-year track record of achieving targets 
  • Data-driven marketer who loves analyzing large and complex data-sets in order to realize appropriate strategies to optimize programs and campaigns.
  • Extremely proficient in formulating SEO and SEM strategies 
  • Great communicator who can articulate complex information in a simple and clear manner 
  • Strategic thinker who loves to execute and deliver results. 
  • Strong project management capabilities, including the ability to accurately specify project timeframes, dependencies, milestones and risk factors
  • Great collaborator & team player with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Proven leadership and mentoring skills
  • Successful track record leading a cross functional team from the beginning to the end of a project, achieving challenging targets and driving innovation 
  • Team player with excellent communication skills in English (mandatory) and German fluency (optional)
  • Experience managing marketing agencies and freelancers

Bonus Points

  • Ability to manage other digital tools and technologies: ZoomInfo, Drift, Zapier, Scripts, HTML, CSS
  • We love founders and an entrepreneurial mindset.
  • Digital Marketing Certifications and Courses  (Google, Salesforce, Hubspot, Marketo)

Who we are

Beekeeper believes in the potential of every single employee. That’s why we’ve built the essential platform for frontline workers. We help organizations digitally enable their frontline, to boost productivity, quality and safety, and be more agile.

We are based in Zurich and Oakland with additional offices in Berlin and Krakow. These locations support companies in more than 150 countries.

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