Scale Computing is a high-growth technology company that helped create the industry space known as hyperconverged infrastructure (think super-fast, super-smart, simple-to-administer computers used by companies to run their business). 

As part of a high-performance team, the Content Manager (CM) is responsible for overseeing the creation of high-quality content by authors, vendors, and subject matter experts (SMEs) for use in digital and print products; having content finished, which includes accuracy checking and copyediting; delivering final content to digital production; and overseeing the creation of print-ready files. The Content Manager works collaboratively with various internal and external stakeholders to ensure content for assigned projects meets requirements and is delivered on schedule and within budget.

Responsibilities include:

  • Creates and maintains schedule and budget for all content sourcing, finishing, and print production activities
  • Identifies appropriate content sources to fulfill stakeholder objectives
  • Hires and manages content providers (authors, SMEs, vendors) and print production vendors to achieve schedule, budget, and quality standards
  • In consultation with stakeholders, determines appropriate content review steps for all content types
  • Successfully completes tasks that prepare quality content, including content updating, preparation, copyediting, working with design resources, and other content sourcing, preparation, and review tasks, for print and digital deliverables
  • Manages all print production activities (copyediting, art creation, composition, proofreading, verifying, indexing, etc.) and oversees print products through manufacturing and delivery; provides final, approved content for digitization
  • This role can be remote, but with some travel

 

Responsibilities and Expectations 

Essential Duties

    • Overall content marketing program management: Create and manage content across the company—including the website, social media properties, signage, presentations, and email communications—and perform a wide array of digital marketing and communications functions.
    • Content strategy development, creation and management: Help establish the goals and execution plan for driving leads through email marketing, self-funded marketing studies, conferences, social media, and webinars based on established deadlines and goals specifically:
      • Blog: Work closely with company thought leaders and senior resource team to write and edit bi-weekly blog posts based on established content calendar and aligned with strategic initiatives. Also source guest blogging and other content exposure opportunities.
      • Email campaigns and newsletter: Collaborate with business development and account staff to develop, refine, and track email marketing campaigns, including a monthly newsletter, leveraging Salesforce CRM and the Pardot marketing platform.
      • Company presentations: Partner with product management, product marketing, company leadership, and sales leadership to create presentations that help different lines of business meet their objectives
      • Webinars: Host and manage logistics and presentations for 5-10 webinars a year to help drive opportunities and pipeline
      • Determining which topics to write about by collaborating with our team internally
      • White Papers and EBooks: Writing content pieces and facilitating the creation of content by collaborating with team members
      • Website: Maintaining our website and overall online presence

 

 

Qualifications

  • Five plus years of content creation and marketing experience, preferably within a B2B technology organization
  • Self-motivated problem-solver, adaptable, and eager to learn new skills
  • Highly organized, able to create streamlined workflow structures and processes
  • Consultative, cooperative, solutions-oriented, and service-minded perspective
  • Demonstrated capacity to develop and maintain effective working relationships with individuals and organizations that reflect a broad range of experiences and perspectives
  • Well-organized with the ability to handle multiple tasks/projects simultaneously and prioritize projects
  • Excellent computer knowledge/skills including Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite
  • Working knowledge of WordPress and Pardot a plus
  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related area, such as marketing, communications, public relations, or English

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