About the Role:

We’re looking for an extraordinary Director of Demand Gen. We’re growing quickly and this is a critical role across our Marketing and Sales efforts. This person will help create industry-specific messaging platforms and research, write, and execute Demand Gen campaigns that go along with the messaging platforms. This is a great opportunity to be part of an amazing, growing team, and have a direct impact on bottom-line revenue.

What You'll Do:

  • Build a B2B demand gen machine that integrates content marketing across all channels to drive lead generation and sales opportunity conversion
  • Design & optimize email marketing experiments to increase open rate, CTR, and response rate, and make campaign recommendations based on A/B testing and customer insights research.
  • Create audience segmentation & ABM strategy to deliver targeted and relevant messaging to improve engagement and conversion
  • Amplify the customer voice through strategic storytelling - video, case studies, quotes, webinars, social media, campaigns, research, event speakers, media, reviews, etc.
  • Capture the value and ROI of KeepTruckin’s customers to be used throughout Marketing activities and the company.
  • Create a strong foundation for Customer Marketing, including the development and ownership of a single source of truth for capturing, consolidating, updating, disseminating, and managing customer rights, assets, and activities.
  • Develop customer ABM strategies through champion enablement, strong customer relationships, campaigns, and customer events, working in close collaboration with Sales.
  • Oversee a strong customer reference pipeline by liaising with internal departments.
  • Maintain a deep knowledge of our customer’s use cases and their business impact, serving as a resource for peers across the organization.
  • Measure and report performance metrics regularly for corresponding programs, and adjust strategies and programs as required.
  • Secure customer speakers and develop engaging presentations for marquee events.
  • Contribute to the overall marketing campaign strategy and content with strong customer proof points across industries and geographies.
  • Manage peer review sites like G2, TrustRadius, and others, ensuring that we maintain and improve our leadership ranking.

What We're Looking For:

  • 10+ years of experience in a Demand Gen & Customer Marketing role or relevant role
  • Experience working on campaigns for MM and ENT 
  • Developing and executing short- and long-term multi-channel campaigns to drive leads and the sales pipeline
  • Working within a team of digital marketing professionals and collaborating with other departments, like sales and content, to develop and enhance strategy 
  • Craft a steady stream of customer stories that support our persona-based GTM efforts, partnering with Solutions and Product Marketing teams to ensure each story includes return on investment and business value
  • Solid understanding of Account-Based Marketing processes and experience with tools needed to carry out ABM campaigns effectively (eg. Rollworks, Demandbase, Terminus). 
  • You have previous experience working with sales and/or partnering across multiple cross-functional teams
  • You have excellent project, analytical, and budget management skills

Creating a diverse and inclusive workplace is one of KeepTruckin's core values. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome people of different backgrounds, experiences, abilities and perspectives. 

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