Reports to: VP Corporate Marketing

This position is 100% remote.

Keeping track of publicly exposed assets is difficult, especially as technology migrates to the cloud, workforces become increasingly distributed, and companies acquire security debt from mergers or acquisitions. Censys helps our customers protect their organization by discovering unknown assets and associated risks through the Censys Attack Surface Management [ASM] Platform. Started at the University of Michigan and backed by Google Ventures, Greylock Partners, Intel Capital, and Decibel, Censys helps discover, manage, and remediate risks in your digital landscape, and serves as our customers' system of record for every single asset they have on the internet, both known and unknown.

We are looking for a Content Marketing Manager on the Corporate Marketing team to tell the Censys story and evangelize our solutions, products and culture. You will be responsible for creating compelling content in various formats for distribution across various channels. This role will afford the opportunity to collaborate with different teams across Censys to inform and create content, including our Research team, Customer Success, Product Marketing, the People team, and more. Our ideal candidate will have an entrepreneurial mindset, strong internal drive, and the ability to balance strategy while also getting things done. 

At Censys, you can be yourself. We like it that way. Diversity fuels our mission, and we are committed to inclusion across race, gender, age and identity. Censys is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Responsibilities Include: 

  • Responsible for the ideation and production of high quality written content that will improve our SEO, generate leads, and ultimately help our sales team close more opportunities
  • Create original content including blog posts, case studies, articles, white papers, infographics, etc.
  • Establish & maintain editorial calendars with input from Product & Sales 
  • Listen to industry trends, customer needs, and online conversations for purposes of evolving market engagement initiatives, content, thought leadership, and events
  • Gather engagement metrics across channels to determine best performing content to determine forward-looking plans and ideas
  • Social Media Management – Manage our social media properties and develop content to promote our brand for both new business and talent acquisition purposes.
  • Website Management & Evolution – Ongoing improvement of content & experience to help increase lead conversion rate and increase search engine rankings. 
  • Organize, plan, and execute thought leadership opportunities

Desired Qualifications:

  • 3+ years experience in content marketing 
  • Experience in cyber security preferred
  • Incredible editing and writing skills with great attention to detail
  • Ability to drive multiple projects across an editorial calendar with a varied group of stakeholders across both immediate term and long term deadlines
  • Experience in lead generation work flows (A/B testing, campaign execution & analysis)
  • Proven skills in blog/content writing, PR pitches, case study development, and/or web content.

Our target salary range for this role is between $92,000 USD and $100,000 USD + bonus eligibility and equity.

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

Don't meet every single requirement? Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply to jobs unless they feel they meet every qualification. At Censys we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive, and authentic workplace - so if you're excited about this role but your past experience doesn't align perfectly with every listed requirement in the job description, we encourage you to apply anyways. You may be exactly who we need to fill this role or others! 

Censys is an equal opportunity employer.

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