We are on a mission to transform fertility and family-building care, making it more accessible, intuitive, and empowering - for all. We leverage modern proprietary technology to deliver a superior experience, improved outcomes, and reduced pricing for patients and employers, and for all gender identities, races, and humans. Join our experienced team of rockstars from Stanford, Mercer, Oscar, Progyny, Mount Sinai, One Medical and Castlight to change healthcare forever.

As an experienced Chief Marketing Officer, you will be working in a fast-paced, rapidly growing environment where you will be relied on for your expertise, professionalism, and collaboration. The Chief Marketing Officer will serve as a member of the executive team and partner closely with our Sales, Product and Operations teams. You will build a comprehensive marketing strategy and oversee the company's performance and creativity in a fast paced mission-driven environment. A self-starter that has a vision to drive and scale Kindbody during our rapid expansion.

Location: New York, NY

Responsibilities:

  • Drive marketing strategies to deliver brand awareness, growth, and revenue as Kindbody continues to expand and grow
  • Create and develop marketing segments and programs including B2B, B2C, growth, email, digital, social, content, mobile and PR
  • Collaborate with sales, operations, and product teams to align objectives
  • Participate in executive meetings to drive strategy and alignment across the organization
  • Develop strong, trusting relationships with executives, providing leadership in marketing strategy, ideation, and execution
  • Evaluate, plan and develop  the overall marketing function and structure for scalability 
  • Highly analytical; able to make data-driven decisions and establish effective metrics to approach marketing strategy and execution  
  • Work closely with internal and external partners to develop and execute compelling  integrated communication plans
  • Drive marketing decisions based on consumer research focused on growth targets
  • Proven success as a leader in assessing talent, hiring and fostering growth 
  • Build and maintain a spirit of shared mission, purpose, and culture throughout the entire Kindbody organization

You’d be a great fit if you have: 

  • MBA preferred 
  • Minimum 15 years progressive marketing leadership experience
  • A minimum of 10 years people-focused leader with the ability to build and develop collaborative teams
  • A strong track record of brand development and storytelling 
  • Experience creating internal marketing team and infrastructure for the existing business and new market expansion
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills; both written & verbal
  • Ability to engage and influence people cross-functionally
  • Strong work ethic with a drive to succeed 
Perks + Benefits:
Our total rewards package consists of base salary, equity, and benefits.
Some of our benefits include:
  • Comprehensive healthcare, retirement, and voluntary benefits. Think medical, dental, vision, savings accounts, 401k, and more.
  • PTO and 11 Company Holidays
  • Equity Options for Full time employees
  • 12 weeks of paid parental leave after a year of employment, and prorated coverage from 6 months to 12 months of service.
  • Two free cycles of IVF/IUI or egg freezing and free egg storage for as long as you are employed

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. 

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