Censys is on a mission of helping companies identify, inventory, prioritize and remediate every risk on their attack surface. Our platform has a foundation in nearly a decade of academic research on large scale internet scanning. Our technology ingests billions of data points on devices, certificates, domains and websites daily, to provide our customers with unparalleled view into the darkest corners of their inventory. We’re a growing startup with employees all over the world who believe innate curiosity and empathy enables a culture where we grow as professionals, solve the hardest problems in our industry, and have a lot of fun along the way. 

We are looking for our first Technical Marketing Manager. This role will provide strategic planning and tactical execution of technical content development, sales enablement and customer engagement for Censys Attack Surface Management solutions. The successful candidate will bring several years of security domain expertise, to gain credibility quickly with sales & customers as the subject matter expert.

What you’ll do:

  • Develop technical marketing plans through deep engagement with product management, engineering, sales and other marketing teams
  • Design and develop technical sales and marketing collateral including demos/scripts, benchmarks, presentations, blogs, technical white papers, videos and field training courses.
  • Support technical customer meetings and training (as needed).
  • Deliver technical enablement to sales, sales engineering and partners.
  • Support competitive assessments as Censys technical SME.

What you’ll bring:

  • Minimum 5+ years experience in technical product management, or technical product marketing, or solution engineering, or technical marketing roles supporting a security product.
  • Highly technical to be able to independently develop demos, webinars, videos, technical collateral, ROI/value oriented assessments, etc.
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills to evangelize how Censys excels at offerings for the various security persona both internally and externally.
  • Highly collaborative work style to learn from others and build upon their ideas.
  • Passion for driving product innovation and to effectively communicate cross functionally within Product Development, Engineering, Marketing, and Sales.
  • Creative idea generator
  • Love and passion for technology

Skills that set you apart:

  • Curiosity to learn the intricacies of Censys’s technology and adapt past experiences to Censys’s current opportunities.
  • Understanding of cloud services and applications, business intelligence industry, and competitive landscape
  • 3+ years of software industry experience, preferably with cloud platforms like AWS, Microsoft Azure, or GCP

We are located in Ann Arbor, Michigan but open to hiring this position to be located 100% remote.

We value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Censys is an equal opportunity employer.

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