Company Overview

At CommerceIQ, we help consumer brands accelerate their retail ecommerce market share growth and profitably through machine learning and algorithms. We are building the world’s most complete and sophisticated Retail Ecommerce Management Platform, which connects and intelligently automates the management of retail ecommerce channels like Amazon, Walmart, and Instacart, across the entire ecommerce operational chain of retail media management, sales operations, supply chain, and digital self analytics.

We are in hyper growth mode, having recently raised our Series D funding at unicorn valuation (>$1B) and ended our third year of triple-digit revenue growth. Continued acceleration of our growth is fueled by landing new customers, expanding our platform through new products, managing new retail ecommerce platforms, and delivering exceptional customer service to unlock high net retention rates.

This position can be based anywhere in the US.

What You'll Do

  • Manage Marketing tech stack. Identify gaps, lead conversations on updating them, improve the usage and functionality of existing ones
  • Develop and implement account lead and contact scoring model/logic
  • Understand and prioritize leads and contacts in the system and assign them to Account Executives and other stakeholders
  • Develop KPIs and integrated reporting for all the marketing programs.
  • Create ROI metrics to proactively identify gaps and opportunities to meet and exceed goals.
  • Execute the systems side of all integrated marketing programs including creation of landing pages, setting up automations and reporting, email nurture campaigns including A/B testing
  • Implement website and blog updates
  • Work very closely with Sales Operations, Demand Generation, and other marketing team members to ensure marketing and sales KPIs and processes are aligned
  • Coordinate with Demand Generation to set up campaign tracking and promotion/automation for events and campaigns
  • Manage and maintain data quality and integrity as we scale

What You'll Bring

  • At least 5 years of experience in Marketing Operations, including experience within an enterprise SaaS organization
  • Deep knowledge of Excel (Pivot, VlookUp, etc.)
  • Proficiency with HubSpot required, in addition experience with Salesforce desirable
  • Account-based marketing (ABM) experience is a must
  • Good understanding of Enterprise SaaS sales cycles 
  • Strong analytical skills
  • ABM software experience is a plus 
  • Experience preparing detailed reports and presentations
  • Excellent problem-solving skills and great attention to details
  • Works well under tight timeframes, meeting demanding timelines
  • Foundational understanding of marketing processes and tools is critical
  • Self-motivated and able to handle multiple competing priorities

What You'll Get

  • Early stage stock options
  • Generous holiday and time off policy including unlimited PTO
  • Last Friday of every month off for the whole company
  • No meetings on Friday afternoons
  • WFH benefits including, flex work from home hours, mobile and broadband reimbursement
  • Fitness reimbursement, home office set-up fees
  • 401K plan, FSA and HSA programs
  • Health insurance, Life Insurance, Long-term, and short-term disability

...and more!

CommerceIQ’s Vision: To build the modern operating system for brands to win in e-commerce.

Our Values:

  • Customer Obsession
  • Take Ownership & Deliver Results
  • Bias for Action
  • Dive Deep
  • Curiosity & Self-Learning
  • Hire & Develop the Best
  • Win as a Team
  • Think Big, Take Bets, and Innovate

Do you want to craft the future of e-commerce? For a confidential discussion APPLY NOW or you can learn more at https://commerceiq.ai

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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