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Lark is the world's largest A.I. healthcare provider, servicing more than a million patients suffering from, or at risk of, chronic disease with A.I. Nurses. We’re on a mission to improve people’s health and happiness through our digital health coach. We are the only A.I. nurse ever to become fully medically reimbursed to 100% replace a live nurse because we achieved equivalent health outcomes to live healthcare professionals - which allows for infinitely scalable healthcare. Since launch Lark has continued to receive awards and accolades for both our product, and our leadership.


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Duties and Responsibilities


We’re looking for someone with a passion for telling stories to join our Marketing team. Major areas of focus will be:


  • Optimizing product positioning and messaging for four digital health programs
  • Creating sales enablement tools and assets for Lark sales team, channel partners, clients, and end users including sales decks, product flyers, testimonials, videos, demos, price sheets, etc.
  • Translating complex sales narratives into easily digestible, visual pitch decks
  • Designing product and sales training materials
  • Executing go-to-market plans for client launches, including customizing existing assets
  • Working with Lark’s customer success team on enrollment and cross-sell strategies
  • Working with Lark’s growth marketing team on messaging for lead gen and end user campaigns
  • Maintaining an up-to-date repository of approved assets
  • Create product documentation and communication plans

Knowledge and Skills


  • This role is heavy on sales enablement asset development; some technical design skills and visual storytelling ability are needed
  • Health tech experience greatly preferred

Credentials and Experience


  • At least 3 years Marcom or Product Marketing experience
  • Experience creating sales enablement assets, preferably in a B2B2C environment

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Our team works with cutting edge tools and technology related to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. We are using NLP to process millions of meals, and accelerometer data to compute activity and sleep amounts from users' phones. Our chat AI is the most sophisticated digital health engagement tool in the world. Join us and make it even better!


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