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Percolate

Marketing platform that helps brands create and manage content and social media at scale.

Sr. Product Marketing Manager - New York, San Francisco
New York City, NY, US
San Francisco, CA, US
Job Description / Skills Required

Percolate is The System of Record for Marketing®. With offices in NYC (HQ), SF, Miami, and London, Percolate provides the world’s most complex marketing organizations the visibility, coordination, and governance they need to successfully execute their marketing strategy. Over 800 brands including GE, Unilever, Mastercard, Levi’s, and Cisco trust Percolate to drive brand and revenue growth.

The Product Marketing Manager needs to be a strategic thinker and gifted storyteller who is as comfortable with product teams as he or she is with sales cycles and customers. Candidates must be exceptional at developing product positioning, messaging, market intelligence programs, and successful product releases. Competitive candidates will have 6-10 years of experience in enterprise product marketing, sales engineering or related fields.

Requirements

6+ years of experience including several years in enterprise SaaS product marketing
A hands-on, entrepreneurial mentality
Excellent writing, presentation, and communications skills
Excellent academic record in marketing or business
Responsibilities

Support the development of product positioning, value propositions, and go-to-market programs
Develop customer stories and use cases
Work closely with sales and marketing leadership to operationally improve and accelerate Percolate’s sales cycle and deal win rate
Own competitive intelligence, win/loss analysis, and other product research efforts
Develop and execute multi-channel product launches
Deliver best-in-class sales tools and enablement
Manage customer advocacy programs, in partnership with the customer success team, to develop customer anecdotes, stories, insights, and references
Manage the product portion of our website
Partner with product management to shape the product roadmap