Overview: 
At Box, we are helping individuals and businesses revolutionize how they get work done, giving them better ways to access, share, and manage business information. The marketing organization plays a critical role in driving awareness, demand, revenue, and retention, and as Chief of Staff you'll play a critical role in ensuring the organization runs efficiently and effectively to reach these goals. As a member of the marketing leadership team, you will be responsible for identifying and implementing solutions to the marketing org's most complex problems and designing business processes to materially impact the org's ability to execute as it scales globally. 
 
This role is a great opportunity for a creative thinker, looking for an inside perspective to a marketing org at a high-growth, innovative tech company. You will need to be comfortable in a fast-paced start-up environment where collaborating across various teams is expected. The role requires a passion for solving ambiguous problems, optimizing processes, and scaling businesses using analytical and general management skills. You must be inclined to think disruptively and not be afraid to question the status quo.  Above all, we're looking for someone who's creative and has a can-do attitude, a bit of grit, and a sense of fun. 
 
Key Responsibilities:
  • Work with the Chief Marketing Officer and Marketing Leadership Team (MLT) to identify and prioritize areas of impact and leverage across the marketing org
  • Lead and/or project manage key initiatives and strategic projects across the org
  • Build and refine marketing org operating system including org-wide operating cadences, reporting & accountability frameworks, communication & cascading frameworks, and planning processes 
  • Work with partners across the marketing org and company to drive annual and quarterly strategic & fiscal planning processes
  • Facilitate and drive MLT weekly strategic meetings and org wide all-hands
  • Partner with other org Chief of Staffs to identify and address areas for improvement in company-wide operating cadences and frameworks
 
Qualifications:
  • 5+ years of experience in program management, operations, strategy, or finance
  • BA/BS required
  • Highly-proactive, organized, self-starter capable of effectively managing several projects and ruthlessly prioritize
  • Tolerance for ambiguity and ability to execute in an environment where things are not always crystal clear
  • High EQ with an ability to work with many different personality types and positively influence others
  • Linear logical thinking style with a strong process orientation (formal process improvement training a plus)
  • Experience in a marketing organization is a benefit, but not required as long as able to learn rapidly 
 

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