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The role

The European Brand Marketing Director will collaborate with marketing partners around the world to develop a marketing strategy for the Firefox brand in France, Germany and the UK. This leader will guide a team of cross-functional marketers to devise and create content and programs that amplify product launches and cultural moments to improve the perception of Firefox throughout Europe. Based in Berlin, this role will form a tight partnership with a program manager in bringing exquisitely executed blog posts, brand partnerships, social content, events and advertising to life.

 

As the European Brand Marketing Director you will

 

  • Lead agile, cross-functional Firefox brand marketing team from strategy to execution on programs and content that improves the perception of Firefox in Germany, France and UK
  • Develop brand marketing strategy and programs for Europe, in collaboration with Sr. Director, that improve perception of Firefox and drive product usage
  • Oversee European agencies in insights gathering, idea generation and program execution
  • Collaborate with product marketing in identifying key product news and releases
  • Develop content to share across markets that highlights that Firefox is a tech brand that has people’s best interest at heart
  • Collaborate with North American brand marketing team lead to share best practices and work
  • Provide weekly updates on progress to marketing leadership
  • Oversee execution of marketing programs for Firefox in France, Germany and UK
  • Analyze program results and incorporate learnings into program optimization
  • Collaborate with paid media manager in direction of media agency to develop paid media strategy and plans

 

Professional Profile

  • Track record of creating marketing programs that positively impact brand perception and consideration, including product launches, content marketing and events/partnerships
  • Experience leading a European marketing team that executes programs in multiple markets / regions
  • Successful collaboration across time zones and cultural nuances
  • Adaptation and application of global marketing strategy in European markets
  • Understanding of online privacy and centralization issues
  • Experience in content marketing
  • Execution of events in Europe
  • Integration of cultural and consumer insights with business priorities
  • Ability to leverage a variety of measurement tools (e.g., global brand tracker, social media sentiment, paid media metrics, qualitative and quantitative research)

 

About Mozilla

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Mozilla is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity throughout our recruiting and hiring process and is dedicated to increasing diversity in our workplace.

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