Your role in our mission

We’re Alfred, and we’re building the future of living. We provide resident‐first software and services to deliver in‐home support and local experiences. We’re contributing to build a future where everyone has the help they need to make time for the people and things that matter most. Since 2015, we’ve completed millions of services and saved our members countless hours across more than twenty cities.  

Product marketing exists to evangelize our products to both technical and non-technical audiences by expressing the capabilities of the product as values to our target audiences. As our product marketing manager at Alfred, you understand our customers, our community, the problems they face, and how Alfred can solve those for them. You're just as happy talking to and teaching others, as you are heads-down learning and using the products we are building to change the future of living. You will work closely with our marketing, engineering, product, growth team, and partners. You will be responsible for product marketing content and representing Alfred as a product evangelist at key trade shows and customer meetings.

How you’ll contribute to #OneTeam

  • Deeply understand and can articulate the target customer, their needs, and how our product/service addresses those needs; obsessively understand the competitive landscape, trends, and opportunities
  • Develop go-to-market launch strategies for products and services by leveraging owned & operated, organic, and paid marketing channels as well as to measure, track, and optimize tactics to accomplish business goals; can document the results and share best practices across teams
  • Scale go-to-market launches by building automation and templates
  • Partner with stakeholders within and outside the team to deliver on launches

Who you are 

  • You have at least 4 years of real-world experience in product marketing using analytical tools to measure performance, iterate, innovate, and continuously looking to learn
  • Creative mindset with extreme attention to detail
  • Can thrive in ambiguity and white space
  • Comfort moving between strategy and execution
  • Demonstrated willingness to roll up your sleeves 

You’ll connect with us if you 

  • Practice empathy 
  • Conduct yourself with the highest integrity 
  • Are thoughtful, self-reflective and always open to growing 
  • Speak up with radical candor 
  • Approach your work like an owner 
  • Have a high and ever-climbing bar for excellence 
  • Always do things the right way, even when it’s harder
  • Believe that #OneTeam is greater than the sum of its parts 
  • Leave no loops open

Some ways we care for you

  • Remote Friendly working style 
  • NYC Pet-Friendly HQ 
  • Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion working group
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Weekly Seminar Learning Sessions
  • Culture of Promoting from Within 
  • 100% coverage of Medical, Dental and Vision Premiums for Employees
  • FSA & HSA options
  • Quarterly Feedback Reviews 
  • 401K

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