Do you want to help shape the Box Cloud Content Management narrative? On LinkedIn's 2019 Top 50 Companies list, Box changes the way companies drive collaborative business processes across every single industry and department. Box is trusted by 70% of the Fortune 500 and more than 92,000 businesses, including AstraZeneca, General Electric, P&G and Gap. 
 
We're looking for an experienced, versatile content marketing manager to join our Solutions Marketing team. You will manage and develop long form content that forms the cornerstone of our marketing campaigns as well as articulate compelling outcomes oriented stories to build credibility, communicate our point of view and evangelize CCM as a market category. Supported by a talented in-house creative studio and campaign managers, you will lead and deliver the best content for maximum amplification and a true business impact.
 
Responsibilities
  • Write, edit and curate a wide variety of top-of-funnel and mid-funnel content, demonstrating top-notch prose and subject matter acumen in B2B marketing to the enterprise
  • Drive content strategy for Box-authored content, partnering closely with Product Marketing, Demand Generation and Brand to determine what content to create and how to amplify it internally and externally
  • Work with external vendors to ensure editorial excellence and messaging consistency
  • Collaborate cross-functionally across marketing teams at Box to drive content strategy and serve as a thought partner 
  • Craft session content for BoxWorks and other events, including working with executive speakers and moderators and creating decks
  • Interview our top reference customers and create compelling outcomes oriented customer stories for our website 
 
Qualifications
  • 5+ years experience writing, editing and curating content such as eBooks, white papers, web pages, blog posts, social copy, presentations and more, preferably at a B2B tech company
  • Proven track record as a cross-functional content marketer and content strategist
  • Attention to detail and ability to work under pressure amidst shifting priorities
  • Experience creating content and working with executives for industry conferences
  • Self-starter with strong project management skills, creative vision and a collaborative approach
  • Experience with cloud and SaaS
  • Experience as a journalist or news writer a plus
  • MBA a plus
 
***Please submit a portfolio of writing samples when applying to this role***

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