About Tray.io

Tray.io is low-code automation for everyone. The Tray General Automation Platform democratizes automation and integration so anyone can easily turn their unique business processes into repeatable and scalable workflows that evolve whenever business needs change. Unlike iPaaS solutions, which are expensive, complex, and code-intensive, Tray.io’s flexible self-service platform makes it simple to build integrations using any API and connect enterprise applications at scale without incremental costs. Process innovation is today’s competitive advantage since companies can no longer differentiate on their tech stack alone. The promise of SaaS led to an avalanche of siloed point solutions that require businesses to force their processes into rigid, predetermined schema. The Tray Platform removes these limitations, empowering both non-technical and technical users to create sophisticated workflow automations that streamline data movement and actions across multiple applications. Freed from tedious and repetitive tasks, citizen automators, product leaders, and IT are able to uplevel their skill set with automation to unlock their full potential and do things in a way that’s right for their business. Teams at leading companies including FICO, New Relic, Segment, and Udemy bring the future of work to life using Tray.io’s solutions. Love your work. Automate the rest.


What are people saying about us? 

Forbes Next Billion-Dollar Startup

CB Insights / Fast Company 50 Future Unicorns List

SaaS 1000 List #33!

Glassdoor - 4.9 Stars and 100% CEO Approval Rating


Vision and mission of Tray.io marketing: usher in the era of the automated organization

Our vision is to drive the future of work towards low-code automation. Our mission is to evangelize the low-code automation movement, introduce the general automation platform (GAP) category and create brand preference for Tray.io. We deliver on revenue funnel KPIs. We empower growth across the entire Tray.io organization. 


Vision and mission of the Tray.io Creative Studio 

The Tray.io Creative Studio brings everyone's inner builder to light. You inspire workers around the world with what is possible with low-code automation. You create novel ways for people to notice a new movement and fall in love with the leading general automation platform.

Our studio creates compelling and consistent experiences across the full lifecycle of our customers’, employees’, and partners’ journey with Tray.io. Our multi-disciplinary team works on a wide cross-section of initiatives, channels, and mediums including integrated brand campaigns, direct response ads, website, email, social, video, presentations, sales collateral, and experiences.

The Studio supports initiatives across marketing, sales, customer success, talent, people, product, and engineering. 

Ideate. Create. Activate.


Your mission

As the creative director, you will set the artistic vision and lead the team that turns it into reality.  Reporting to the VP of Marketing, you will hire, mentor, and manage a top-notch internal team as well as manage external agency relationships and contractors. 


What you will do

  • Lead the creative direction of Tray.io
  • Align stakeholders with your vision
  • Plan the design studio roadmap, org structure, and resourcing
  • Manage budgets
  • Hire, lead, and mentor exceptional talent
  • Decide and manage relationships with agencies and freelance talent
  • Collaborate with teammates across the entire Tray.io organization
  • Set and enforce brand standards
  • Establish and optimize creative operations processes
  • Ensure on-time delivery of creative assets


About you

  • A combination of 10 to 15 years of experience in leading creative agencies and in-house work at high-growth technology companies
  • Demonstrated creative leadership
  • Ability to inspire your team to reach for the stars
  • Proven ambassador of a creative team across a global company
  • Client services mindset to support initiatives from diverse stakeholders  
  • Experience in hands-on management of a growing creative organization
  • People enjoy being around you


Your team will fully support you to do your best work.

Our team is humble but fiercely ambitious people, who take immense pride in what they do. We work in a culture built on friendship, transparency, and above all, looking out for one another.The heart of Tray is made of generosity and trust. It is a community built on individual interactions between people who think differently; who are always available to help, to answer questions and to empower. You'll have endless opportunities to learn and grow in a fun, fast-paced, and open environment. We love to achieve things that haven’t been done before.We believe in diversity and equal opportunity.

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