We are looking for a Brand Marketing Manager to serve as the 'right-hand' to the Director of Marketing and will be hands on executional marketing tactics as well as strong in brand strategy. You will also be the key liaison and oversight of all agency partners/vendors. You will help manage, determine and set-up our communication strategy across web, email, social, etc.

Who We Are

Our mission is simple: We help others grow. Organic search is the single most important channel for growing your business, but the tech and tactics in the space are over two decades old. We’re redefining the space to drive results. We help B2B SaaS marketers turn organic search into a source of repeatable revenue through software and coaching.

What You’ll Do 

  • Skilled at developing and articulating brand strategy to support company goals and KPIs

  • Can understand and align brand initiatives with company-wide initiatives

  • Act as a strategic marketing partner, helping get brand and marketing programs off the ground. 

  • Work as the lead designer, or manage outsourced partners, to manage the company's website in addition to other digital assets.

  • Ability/experience creating video is a plus. 

  • Build strategic narratives and messaging, including writing copy for websites, pitch decks, press releases, and media pitching.

  • You will report directly to the Director of Marketing, but work often with product, marketing, and sales leaders. 

  • Provide a clear point of view on the role of the brand and can bring some of your own best practices, experiences, and processes to complement the team and strategy. 

  • Can play a key role in building and scaling a brand program as we build the marketing “machine”

What We’re Looking for:

  • 2-6 years of experience working in internal branding or at an agency.

  • You've successfully launched a new product, or campaign and can point back to specific success metrics.

  • You have experience as a project manager or have successfully juggled many different project timelines with cross-team collaboration. 

  • You have experience working with design and creative teams.

  • You have experience working with Google Analytics, HubSpot, and Webflow (or similar marketing tech stacks). 

  • You have helped develop and execute on brand projects or rebrand projects in the past.

  • You've written copy more than once for a new website launch, product launch, sales deck, or company launch.

  • You have a clear and concise writing style. 

  • You regularly take initiative and have worked on at least 1 work project that no one asked you to take on and crushed it.

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills. 

  • Experience in SaaS is a plus.

Interested? Great. We can’t wait to meet you. 



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