POSITION DETAILS:

TITLE: Field Marketing Manager Latam

LOCATION: Remote, in Bogotá

DEPARTMENT: Sales INT

REPORTS TO: Sales Director, LATAM

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

Broadvoice is looking for an experienced Field Marketing Manager. The Field Marketing Manager role at Broadvoice is focused on creating and implementing marketing content, programs, campaigns, communications that will assist in driving partner mindshare and customer lead generation and sales. You will develop and report on marketing plans around the Partner Lifecycle and create end-user campaigns to assist partners in demand generation. You will work with internal stakeholders to drive partner enablement.

 

YOUR DAY-TO-DAY:

  • Take ownership of the market and be accountable for revenue, costs, and the percentage cost of sales in the region.
  • Collaborate closely with the Regional Sales Manager to ensure seamless alignment of strategies and objectives.
  • Develop and execute a comprehensive regional marketing strategy, leveraging Account-Based Marketing (ABM) and B2B event marketing to penetrate target markets effectively.
  • Coordinates with Inside Sales what Accounts will be pursued by them Public Relations & Communication (Identifying main Local / Industry Publishers).
  • Digital Marketing campaigns (email marketing, LinkedIn, Social Networks, etc.)
  • Collaborating with Channel Partners and knowing all the competitors in the region.
  • Utilize BPO databases to track sales activities, identify target accounts, and prioritize follow-up opportunities.

 

WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TEAM:

  • Minimum 3-5 years software/technology Field Marketing, Product Marketing, and/or Channel Marketing experience.
  • Previous experience in contact center environment (nice to have).
  • Experience with content creation.
  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation and communication skills (both verbal & written).
  • Detail oriented, creative and ability to be productive with minimal supervision or guidance.
  • Strategic thinking skills with ability to analyze data and make data-driven decisions.
  • Knowledge of Salesforce & Reporting.
  • Bachelor’s degree, emphasis in marketing preferred.

 

WHY BROADVOICE:

Broadvoice is more than just a leading cloud communications company; we're the architects of global connections. With dedicated offices across the United States, Latin America, and Europe, we are united by a shared passion for inspiring meaningful human connections. Our mission is clear: to personalize how people communicate, ensuring that our technology enhances teams' ability to connect with what truly matters no matter where work takes place.

Communication is the lifeblood of success, whether connecting with customers or collaborating with colleagues. At Broadvoice, our platforms create opportunities to interact, share ideas, and bring visions to life. We believe that human interaction is the cornerstone of brilliance, and we prioritize it in everything we do.

Our success at Broadvoice hinges on our vibrant culture. We take pride in our dedicated culture team, working tirelessly to foster a supportive and engaging work environment for all employees. Through community-building, collaboration, and personal and professional growth initiatives, our culture team ensures that Broadvoice is a place where everyone can thrive.

Broadvoice is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). We have an active DEI council open to all global employees, driving DEI initiatives worldwide through newsletters, webinars, fundraisers, book clubs, and more. By cultivating a culture of belonging, we empower our team members to be their best selves and contribute to our mission of inspiring meaningful human connections.

We value our employees and offer comprehensive benefits packages, including paid vacation and holidays, along with a host of other perks.

Broadvoice is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodation to enable individuals with disabilities to perform their job functions.

 

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