Growth Marketer

Skyflow is looking to hire a Growth Marketer to join our growing team and help us build awareness, leads, and revenue for our unique data privacy vault technology. We’re off to a fast start with excellent funding, good product/market fit, and our first enterprise customers already in production. This is a potentially career-defining chance to work with a smart and fun team that is at the beginning of a strong growth curve. 

Job responsibilities will include social media and email marketing, some marketing operations (HubSpot), assisting with events (all virtual for now), research, and copywriting. Bonus points if you have any experience with SEM, SEO, design, Salesforce, sponsorships or program management, and/or previous startup experience.

You must be sharp enough to learn fast and keep up with a very smart team; versatile enough to be able to execute on a variety of growth channels and tactics; and talented enough to bring originality and flair to your work. You’ll need to have great planning and organizational skills, be good with data and reporting, and know your way around the various tools and techniques of growth marketing. Our customers are software developers and technical leaders at B2B companies, so you must be knowledgeable about how to reach and influence these sorts of roles. 

Qualifications

To be considered for this role, you should have at least a few years of relevant experience. To be successful on this team you will also need to have unassailable personal integrity, a great work ethic, and generally good cheer. As a startup, tables stakes for working here are flexibility and the ability to stay productive and effective in the face of uncertainty and change.

A great CV will get you an interview with several of our teammates. If that goes well, you’ll get a chance to do a sample project to show us your talent. A great sample project will get you the job. 

Salary, equity, and job level commensurate with experience.

At Skyflow, we believe that diverse teams are the strongest teams. We invite applicants of all genders, races, ethnicities, nationalities, ages, religions, sexual orientations, disability statuses, educational experiences, family situations, and socio-economic backgrounds.

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