About the Role:

We are looking for a Director of Digital Marketing who is a team player with the eagerness to build strong relationships across various teams. You will drive the digital marketing strategy for all segments of our business and manage, mentor, and coach a team of digital marketers.

What You'll Do:

  • Collaborate closely with the various Sales teams on a weekly basis, to deliver the agreed-upon high-quality leads needed to drive revenue
  • Build the strategy and deliver to annual Performance marketing goals including high-quality leads by cluster, organic leads, cost per lead, and more
  • Drive customer acquisition across a mix of digital marketing channels, including paid search, SEO, display, paid social, native, sponsored content, programmatic media, RTB and 3rd party publishers, OTT, etc.
  • Improve digital efficiency by driving down the cost of leads, optimizing the mix of paid and organic, and improving conversion rates across the funnel
  • Build the strategy to drive scale while maintaining efficiency by launching new channels to augment saturating channels, optimizing the channel mix, targeting high-value audiences, and iterating constantly to find creative ways to stay ahead of the competition
  • Own and manage the digital acquisition budget
  • Collaborate closely with internal teams to ensure that the Digital marketing functions add value and help support all functions
  • Lead daily, weekly, quarterly reporting on customer acquisition activities, including building a set of tools and reports for automated reporting

What We're Looking For:

  • 7+ years of digital marketing experience across paid and organic channels
  • 3+ years of management experience leading customer acquisition teams
  • Experience managing $20M or larger digital marketing budgets
  • The customer-oriented mindset with Sales
  • Exceptional analytical skills and the ability to be in the details
  • Fundamental understanding of attribution models
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to present to executive audiences
  • Proven track record of generating leads for sales teams
  • Hands-on and deep experience with paid and organic  Seasoned approach to scaling, budgets, team growth, and cross-functional collaboration
  • Experience generating leads with high quality at low cost through rigorous experimentation and optimization
  • Growth hacking mindset
  • Fundamental understanding of classic marketing principles and enterprise economics
  • Strong statistical knowledge and a basic understanding of ML/AI models
  • Ability to automate large scale acquisition campaigns in bulk
  • Ability to work with data in a highly efficient way, including working with scripts and spreadsheet tools
  • Organic paid and display channel expertise

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