You are an experienced, well-rounded brand and content marketing manager. You know how to deliver a wide variety of successful marketing projects, including brand and product content, social media, blogs, PR, digital content, corporate and executive communications, demand generation, and sales enablement. You create compelling narratives and materials about software companies, AI products, technology, and industry trends supporting growth, brand awareness, and thought leadership objectives. You like planning and executing the strategic and tactical in equal measure. You are excited to join SymphonyAI’s corporate marketing team, working on global marketing initiatives and partnering with our business units to support their business and marketing goals.


  • Lead and maintain the content, editorial, and social calendars across SymphonyAI and SymphonyAI business units.
  • Produce content for brand awareness, PR, social media, blogs, videos, and the web.
  • Develop, run, and optimize a comprehensive thought leadership program spanning all channels and content forms.
  • Work cross-functionally to create innovative content ideas, tell metrics-driven customer stories, and develop communications that drive visibility.
  • Manage content metrics and evaluate and improve effectiveness.
  • Research and coordinate product awards programs with SymphonyAI business units.
  • Proactively establish and maintain effective working team relationships with worldwide colleagues and all relevant functions.
  • Help build user personas to inform content programs and corporate messaging


  • 5 – 8 years of experience with B2B enterprise SaaS application brand and content marketing (with 2+ years in AI or ML preferred)
  • Understanding of AI/machine learning, big data, and cloud technologies, SaaS, B2B software customers, and purchase cycles.
  • Experience with martech tools, such as content management, CRM, email marketing, SEO, social media management, etc.
  • Solid understanding of market segmentation and persona building
  • Familiarity with industries including retail, CPG, financial services, energy, industrial manufacturing, media and entertainment, public sector, and IT.
  • Strong writing skills, especially for short form and long form copy
  • Knowledge and understanding of content marketing analytics, KPIs, and reporting, and how this rolls up into department KPIs
  • Proven ability to lead projects from conception to final execution with excellence.
  • Outstanding teamwork, communication, and organizational skills.
  • Creative, high-energy, self-motivated, and resourceful.
  • Results-oriented, committed to quality, and attention to detail.
  • BA or BS degree

NOTE: Role can be in person, remote, or hybrid

Who We Are

SymphonyAI is building the leading enterprise AI SaaS company for digital transformation across the most critical and resilient growth industries, including retail, consumer packaged goods, financial crime prevention, manufacturing, media, and IT service management. SymphonyAI businesses have many leading enterprises as clients in each of these industries. Since its founding in 2017, SymphonyAI has grown to 2,000 talented leaders, data scientists, and other professionals. SymphonyAI is an SAIGroup company, backed by a $1 billion commitment from successful entrepreneur and philanthropist Dr. Romesh Wadhwani.

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