About Samsara

Samsara’s Internet of Things solution – which includes fleet technologies ranging from GPS tracking to route optimisation to AI-powered dash cameras – is being adopted by thousands of new customers every quarter, helping them improve the safety, efficiency, and sustainability of their operations.

We’re looking for a Marketing Operations Manager to build Samsara's marketing operations function in EMEA. This is a multi-faceted and collaborative role where you will work cross-functionally with our Sales, Growth and Marketing teams. We are seeking candidates with a passion for technology who are eager to take on a variety of projects in a fast-moving environment. Proven operations and communication skills are a must, and a background in automation and email marketing is a big plus. 

This role is located in London, UK. 


In this role, you will own Marketing Operations in our London office and act as an extension of HQ Marketing Operations to support the EMEA marketing team in achieving their objectives:

  • Collaborate with marketing, sales operations and growth teams to execute localised initiatives that help Samsara grow and penetrate new markets

  • Work with marketing managers to segment audiences, create target lists, and produce emails in marketing automation software

  • Manage the operational side of campaign execution including report building, list uploading, and data management

  • Act as point of contact for the marketing team to optimise system performance to deliver the best possible experience for Samsara stakeholders and end customers

  • Assist in localising processes, workflows, and sales communication to improve the efficiency of the marketing team

  • Operationalise ABM strategies to assist sales reps in closing their target accounts

  • Create scalable “Campaign-in-a-box” templates that enable local marketing teams to execute tactics consistently across several markets

  • Ensure Samsara is compliant with GDPR and other privacy regulations while enabling teams to reach new customers as effectively as possible 

  • Assist in data analysis and metrics tracking to ensure the marketing teams are on track to achieve goals 

About you:

  • 2-3 years of work experience in marketing, operations, or an analytical role

  • Hands-on experience with Marketo and Salesforce is a must

  • Ability to work independently as part of a global team 

  • Solid understanding of B2B Demand Gen strategies, how digital campaigns are executed, and the data required to analyse the effectiveness of marketing tactics

  • Experience in executing marketing campaigns in various languages across several European countries simultaneously 

  • Innovative problem-solver with exceptional written and verbal communications skills

  • Able to manage multiple work streams and prioritise according to the needs of the business

  • Relentlessly curious and not afraid to ask questions or go against the grain


Working at Samsara has its perks: monthly commuter benefit on top of your base salary, selection of breakfast options, free catered lunch on most days, private medical and dental insurance, 25 vacation days plus 8 UK bank holidays, pension scheme, unlimited snacks & fruit, growth and development opportunities, friendly and modern office in central London and regular team outings.

At Samsara, we welcome all. All sizes, colours, cultures, sexes, beliefs, religions, ages, people. We depend on the unique approaches of our team members to help us solve complex problems. We are committed to increasing diversity across our team and ensuring that Samsara is a place where people from all backgrounds can make an impact.

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