Bothell, WA 98021
If you’ re a tech up-and-comer looking for a geographically flexible marketing-management role, check this out.
Winshuttle, as most of you already know, is a Bothell-based software company who provides process automation and data management solutions to some of the biggest brands in the world. We’ ve placed a lot of folks with them, and I’ m glad to announce a new role there – one that will help drive growth and global expansion managing a small yet mighty team.
The official title of the position is Manager, Marketing, and reports to the Vice President of Marketing. One of the many attractive features of this job is its geographic flexibility: It could be based either here in the Pacific Northwest or in the Atlanta metro area – and for the right candidate, the company will consider allowing a virtual location anywhere in the US.
The specific Winshuttle offering this role would support is EnterWorks, a market-leading master data management (MDM) and product information management (PIM) platform. Consistently highly rated by industry analysts, EnterWorks is a powerful data management platform that allows customers to deliver seamless experiences across channels.
This manager is responsible for marketing strategy and execution, and for understanding the market and sales challenges faced within the industry. He or she will lead the development and fulfillment of integrated marketing strategies, including brand awareness, demand generation in existing and new markets globally.
The position is also accountable for recommending and monitoring marketing budgets; writing and editing copy; collaborating with external vendors and internal teams; leading EnterWorks public-relations and thought-leadership programs; and managing a small team.
For this role, Winshuttle is seeking candidates with international marketing experience, strong management skills, and a background in MDM and/or PIM. A track record of at least eight years in industry marketing or equivalent experience is required, and exposure to a variety of industries is preferred. Salesforce and Marketo proficiency is a strong plus.
This could be an ideal step up the ladder, at one of our region’ s most dynamic tech firms. If it fits you or someone you know, give a shout.
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A big question: How can downtown regain its mojo amid the COVID-related economic downturn and the resulting strain on public budgets? Especially those of you who have been based there, what are you thinking about the future of this vital part of our city and metro region? ###