About Uno

Uno Health works with Medicare insurers to enroll their members into all of the financial programs they're eligible for - such as SNAP and Utility Assistance - unlocking thousands of dollars in savings for some of the most vulnerable Americans. The extra cash leads to improved health outcomes and savings for members, and direct revenue for insurers. 

Founders Anna de Paula Hanika and Chloe Phitoussi were inspired by first-hand experience in their previous roles at healthcare startups Clover and Oscar. Uno’s investors include Floodgate (Lyft, Twitter, Twitch), Cowboy Ventures (Lending Home, DocSend) and other healthcare and technology leaders. 

We are at a pivotal time with deep demographic and social pressures being applied to our healthcare system. Come work with us!

About the Role

We are looking for a senior manager to help expand our impact on the Medicare population. 

Your first 3 months look like…

You are learning about how and where to reach our potential members, and how to ensure they go through a seamless enrollment funnel. Because focus is everything at a startup, you will be responsible for determining where to prioritize early efforts.

  • You will develop and start executing on a strategy for optimizing our current channels: phone sales, direct mail and email marketing.
  • You will build, experiment, iterate and improve our value props and positioning strategies.
  • You will design and maintain our enrollment funnel tracking ecosystem, including how we communicate learnings, successes and failures to the broader team.

...and beyond?

You will  continue to optimize the funnel through experimentation and creative out-of-the-box ideas to reach our target audience. Success means pushing the boundaries of what outreach to the Medicare/Medicaid population typically looks like :

  • You will partner with Product to manage a roadmap of funnel improvements, ruthlessly prioritizing while ensuring follow through and quick learning.
  • You will identify and test new channels to build demand and generate leads.
  • You will work with design to manage creative for patient-facing material.
  • You will own the full member lifecycle from acquisition through engagement.

This role requires

  • 5+ years of experience in consumer product marketing, SMB lifecycle marketing or campaigns. 
  • Experience working side by side with a sales or operations team.
  • Great communication skills and an eye towards design.
  • Email and SMS marketing experience.
  • Experience working in healthcare, financial services or a regulated environment.

You may be a good fit for this role if you…

  • Are excited about greenfield projects.
  • Thrive in a fast-paced, scrappy startup environment. 
  • Are great at breaking down or simplifying complex problems.
  • Have experience working with sensitive or hard to reach audiences.
  • Have an NPS >90 from your grandparents’ friends!

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