Company Overview

Expanse helps IT operations and security teams discover, manage, and secure all of their global internet assets. Current Expanse customers comprise more than 10 percent of the routable internet and they use the company's platform to monitor for real-time changes to their infrastructure. Using leading-edge collection and analysis technology, Expanse improves organizations' visibility, governance, and IT operations, reducing risk associated with internet-connected assets and enabling a secure digital transformation. Founded in 2012, Expanse is headquartered in San Francisco and is now backed by more than $135M in funding.

Position Summary

Expanse is looking for a Senior Marketing Manager for our growing Government Sector to strategically plan and manage field programs and campaigns that target the U.S. Government. In this role, you will collaborate with the Demand Gen/Growth and the National Security Division Sales teams to contribute to and strengthen the marketing pipeline goals; specifically, you will plan and execute field events, programs, and campaigns that align with our overall go-to-market strategy.

We’re looking for a self-motivated marketer who can collaborate effectively with external partners and internal cross-functional teams, including Sales, Marketing, and Operations. This position is based our office in Washington, D.C. and will report to the Vice President of Growth Marketing.

 What you’ll do

  • Build and execute on a strategic marketing plan that incorporates various field and regional events with partners; define, project manage and execute the event program goals, messaging, tactics, audience generation/email campaigns, speaker plan, collateral, on-site execution, post-show leads processing & follow-up
  • Build online programs and campaigns designed to drive qualified leads that convert to pipeline 
  • Work closely with strategic partners to design joint marketing programs and execute co-branded tactics that support government sector strategy and annual revenue goals
  • Effectively work cross-functionally with teams across Expanse including field and inside sales, marketing, operations, PR, legal, and procurement to efficiently execute plans and achieve team goals
  • Monitor and facilitate lead funnel management across all activities, and report program results to stakeholders
  • Clearly analyze and communicate government sector campaign plan, activities, goals and results to all stakeholders

About you

  • You have several years of professional experience marketing to U.S. Federal, State & Local Government audiences
  • You have successfully managed events and online campaigns, including measuring and reporting of success metrics and pipeline impact
  • You have experience planning and co-marketing with strategic reseller, distribution and/or technology partners
  • You can autonomously manage projects end-to-end, including creating budgets, selecting venues, sourcing and management of vendors, planning projects and event show flow, working on promotion and registration, developing content, etc
  • You have experience with sales and marketing automation tools, preferably Salesforce and Marketo
  • You are willing and able to travel on occasion (about 20-30% of the time)

Benefits

  • 100% coverage of employee healthcare benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision)
  • 60% coverage for dependent healthcare benefits
  • Flexible PTO + 8 company holidays
  • Company sponsored parental leave
  • 401k Plan
  • Opportunities for professional development to attend conferences, classes, and workshops
  • $75 every quarter as discretionary team building stipend
  • $50 every month in  cell phone reimbursement
  • $65 every month for your wellness to cover costs of gyms, courses  and other activities
  • $300, one time, to customize your desk space
  • Pre-tax commuter, HSA, &  FSA benefits
  • Onsite gym and bike storage
  • Stocked kitchen + lunch stipend
  • Company-wide events including team building, holiday party, and offsites

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Expanse is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or gender (including pregnancy, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, transgender status), medical condition, HIV/AIDS or Hepatitis C status, marital status, military or veteran status, political activities, affiliations, citizenship, or any other characteristic or class protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. If you need assistance and/or a reasonable accommodation in the application or recruiting process due to a disability, please contact us at careers@expanseinc.com.

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