Founded in 2019, Bond's mission is to accelerate the pace of financial innovation and access to capital.  Bond is now part of Fortune 500 financial technology company FIS (NYSE:FIS). 

It's challenging for most businesses to build and offer engaging financial services products to their customers. Whether that's launching a new credit or debit card, a savings account, a lending business, or anything else — there are technical and operational barriers in the way. 

Bond is a modern embedded finance platform that enables businesses to build, launch, iterate and scale financial services offerings easily and compliantly. We make integrations to the myriad, often-antiquated financial vendors and financial institutions more streamlined and intuitive. And, we make regulatory compliance not only achievable, but accessible through our platform and services. We enable innovative brands and businesses to better engage their customers with embedded financial solutions tailored to their customers' needs.

At Bond, we value leadership and believe everyone is a leader. We look for people who operate like owners, who love to learn, have grit, and operate with integrity and empathy. You're encouraged to apply even if your experience doesn't precisely match the job description. Your skills and passion will stand out — and set you apart. We welcome diverse perspectives and people who are not afraid to challenge assumptions. 

You will:

  • Drive a successful content strategy for Bond
  • Lead the strategic planning and execution of onboarding partners; ensure that internal stakeholders are aligned and key milestones are met
  • Work with our PR team and marketing team to create a plan for relevant product topics increasing awareness
  • Work with the product team to deeply understand our product offering
  • Research our competitors and other product offerings in the space to stay relevant
  • Create social media posts off of the content created
  • Work with our customers to create case studies and other relent snippets
  • Drive innovation, best practices and achievement of strategic objectives

You have:

  • 5+ years of experience in content marketing. Ideally a fintech, Banking-as-a-Service, or financial services company but must have b2b experience
  • A proven track record of turning content into awareness and leads
  • Proven ability to develop effective, cross-organization relationships, collaborating and communicating across business and technology stakeholders and multiple geographies 
  • Familiarity with product lead content, white papers, blog posts and internal product content
  • Experience with webflow is a plus
  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent

You also likely have:

  • Proven leadership skills; self-motivated and a self-starter with a “can do” attitude
  • Strong interpersonal skills and a collaborative approach to work
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, highly ambiguous environment

Bond is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We are committed to equal employment opportunities regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, gender, gender identity, parental or pregnancy status, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, or Veteran status.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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