Location: Mountain View, CA; open to remote

Role Type: Full Time

Salary range: The typical salary range for this position is $120,000 to $170,000

Skylo Technologies is a global NTN service provider based in Mountain View, CA, offering a service that allows smartphone and IoT cellular devices to connect directly over existing satellites. Skylo works with existing satellite operators, network operators, and device makers to provide subscribers an anywhere, anytime connectivity solution that seamlessly roams between terrestrial and satellite networks. Skylo's focus is on enabling connected services for people outdoors and connected workflows for machines at work across critical industries such as agriculture, maritime, logistics, mining, and others, in addition to mass-market consumer devices.

Skylo is hiring a Product Marketing Manager to help fulfill Skylo’s vision of cellular devices roaming seamlessly across satellites, so that you’re never ‘out of coverage’ again. This role is hybrid, we're onsite 3 days a week in Mountain View, CA to tactically run our product marketing efforts to scale for customer growth and ensure customer success. This individual will be hands-on in executing strategy to target, engage, and nurture prospects across multiple channels. In this role, you’d develop a deep understanding of the market. If you are a creative strategist, collaborative, data driven, and have a passion for driving results, we want to meet you.

Responsibilities

  • Create content to educate Skylo’s audience, including blogs, solution briefs, white papers, videos, and presentations
  • Deliver partner enablement training
  • This individual will be hands on in executing strategy to target, engage, and nurture prospects across multiple media channels
  • In this role, you’d develop a deep understanding of the market & Skylo’s positioning
  • Manage the Skylo blog, website, and any external communications
  • Run PR campaigns and manage PR agencies as required, including strict adherence to budget
  • Ensure a Create, implement and maintain a single Skylo Voice across all collateral, communications, creatives, etc. working alongside other Skylo Marketing resources.

Qualifications

  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Ability to create collateral and high-level designs for presentations & other collateral, in particular for sales enablement for B2B customers and their sales teams
  • Ability to synthesize complex topics into simple, easy to understand graphics & text
  • Ability to manage external vendors & partners on quick timelines
  • Strong attention to detail including project management and basic copywriting skills
  • Outcome-oriented -- focused on timelines, deliverables
  • Entrepreneurial spirit with the ability to adapt in a highly fluid environment
  • Creativity and planning
  • Ability to understand global markets, create market specific execution plans, and works across time zones
  • Highly collaborative

What we offer:

With employees working across three continents, Skylo is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to building an inclusive and diverse workforce. Our worldwide and inclusive culture encourages a flexible approach to work, and we also offer an attractive range of additional benefits. such as:

  • Competitive compensation packages including a stock option based equity program
  • Benefits including a 401k plan
  • An unlimited PTO policy and the opportunity to temporarily work from abroad
  • Unique opportunity to participate in developing and running world’s first software-defined direct-to-device satellite network and service
  • Access to world-class team and talent across tech domains: software, hardware, chipsets, telecom, satellite and network virtualization
  • Open, transparent, inclusive culture that blends the Silicon Valley, Nordic and South Asia characteristics

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