Point is a technology and design company that transforms everyday spending into a delightful and rewarding experience. We’re re-thinking the payment experience with an emphasis on transparency, delight, and personalization.

With the best benefits of both debit and credit, Point Card earns you points on every purchase redeemable for instant cash-back. Relevant rewards on brands you love and use every day like DoorDash, Lyft, and Spotify. Point App works side by side with Point Card to create an elegant, easy-to-use experience.

We recently closed our $46.5 million Series B funding round. To learn more, see TechCrunch's coverage here.

Backed by top investors like Peter Thiel (Valar Ventures) and Y Combinator, we’re well-funded and ready to make a positive impact on people’s daily lives.

We’re looking for a Communications Manager to join our specialized team. We have the vision and resources and need your talent and skills.

About The Role:

As the first Communications hire, you will have the opportunity to join the ground floor of a high-growth company and generate awareness and authority for Point by driving messaging development, aligning our brand and product narratives to consumer trends, and executing media strategy.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Build and execute a proactive communications plan to drive awareness for Point and our products.
  • Develop a proactive communications strategy to highlight Point's unique value to its target audience.
  • Partner closely with Point's brand and product teams to drive communications for product launches and campaigns.
  • Help build Point's messaging from the ground up. Draft messaging materials including press releases, pitches, statements, briefing materials for executives, etc.

Requirements

  • 4-6+ years relevant work experience at either a PR agency or on an in-house communications team.
  • A creative storyteller with an understanding of what resonates with the media and engages Point's audiences.
  • A strong track record of securing coverage in consumer, technology, and personal finance media outlets. Great working relationships with reporters and producers are a must.
  • A demonstrated ability to understand complex subject matter, along with the skills to simplify and explain these topics for a broad audience.
  • Ability to translate executive brand vision and communicate clearly and concisely in writing, whether it's a press release, pitch, blog, or Tweet.
  • Experience managing cross-functional initiatives and launches involving multiple stakeholders across an organization.
  • Ability to pivot quickly and work collaboratively - Point is a fast-paced, high-growth startup.

Bonus

  • Previous experience working for a consumer fintech brand.
  • Previous experience managing PR agencies.

Point Perks

  • Join a fast-growing brand that is building thoughtful spending products.
  • Competitive salary, stock options, and 401K.
  • Full health benefits (medical, dental, and vision insurance).
  • Unlimited vacation policy, paid company holidays, and WFH flexible. We shut down the office at the end of the year for a winter holiday.
  • Free Point Card membership + 10,000 ($100) monthly points.
  • Monthly stipends on your Point Card to use for lunch, commuting, and other essentials.

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