At Merge, we revolutionize the way B2B companies integrate. Unfamiliar with the integration problem? The average company expects to spend hundreds of hours a year integrating with dozens or more vendors. Alignment between sales, partnerships, product management, design, engineering, and customer success (a lot, right?) is absolutely critical — and a major headache. Integrations are a to-do that goes on and on.

Our Unified API empowers developers to offer integrations with hundreds of platforms instantly. Now we’re hiring for you: an ambitious leader ready to help build, design, and support enterprise-grade software scaled to millions of users.

Are you ready to be part of a team redefining how companies build for the future? Apply now!

Responsibilities

  • Know our customers: Telling our story means telling the story of our customers. You’ll develop a deep understanding of their real-world environment and the unified API market.
  • Create compelling messaging: Distill the value of Merge and serve it up to developers and product leaders responsible for product integrations.
  • Showcase our solution: Work with our Product, Growth, Platform, and Design teams to successfully launch new products, integrations, and integration categories.
  • Enable our Sales team to confidently present our brand and product: You’ll spearhead sales training, collateral, product positioning and competitive differentiation.
  • Create original content: You’ll contribute actively to our website, blog, and content strategy. You’ll play a pivotal role in ideating new campaigns and crafting the emails, videos, and presentations that power them.
  • Be a key member of our PMM team: Reporting to our VP or Marketing, you’ll work closely with our current PMM to develop go-to-market strategy.

Experience

  • 2+ years of product marketing, product management and/or sales engineering experience, with a track record of mastering technical markets and products.
  • Recent hands-on experience marketing software, ideally targeted at developers and operations teams.
  • Cogent writing, speaking and visual storytelling skills. Your work will appear in our blog, on our website, in sales presentations and at events that we host.
  • Naturally curious, with an analytical eye and a penchant for an original story angle.
  • Ability to craft hypotheses, quantitatively and qualitatively analyze problems, and move quickly to action.
Benefits
  • Unlimited PTO + 10 company holidays
  • 100% covered health, vision, and dental insurance
  • 401K Plan
  • $200 one-time home office stipend
  • Free dinner when working past 7pm

Merge is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or any other protected class.

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