Product Marketing Manager
1111 Third Avenue Seattle, WA 98101
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If you don’ t immediately recognize the Daptiv name, here’ s one that will be immediately familiar to loyal readers of this newsletter: Changepoint, a growing, Seattle-based leader in enterprise software.
Now Changepoint is looking for a Product Marketing Manager who can help market its signature product. Reporting to the Senior Director of Marketing, this individual will take the lead in such vital areas as sales strategy; market awareness; and the development of content to guide customers in setting up and using Daptiv.
For this role, Changepoint seeks a proven product-marketing manager who can not only excel in his or her job, but can build an internal culture of product-marketing excellence. Toward this end, the company wants someone who is both charismatic and collaborative, working to champion and instill product-marketing values across the enterprise.
Daptiv is a well-established product in a highly sophisticated marketplace, so there’ s no need to build from the ground up. Rather, Changepoint seeks a quick learner and self-starter who can readily identify opportunities and threats as they arise – and move effectively to address them.
Some of the primary responsibilities of this position include: defining and executing sustained initiatives and campaigns; planning the launch of new or enhanced product features; producing feature videos, demos, blog posts, social-media posts, and other marketing content; and closely monitoring developments across the sector.
Ideal candidates will have a product-marketing management background in the high-tech field, with major bonus points for SaaS experience and fluency in Hubspot and NetSuite.
Sound good? It should! Let me know if you or someone you know is a fit for this plum product marketing management post at one of Seattle’ s hottest tech firms.
PS From PSP: A characteristically insightful column from Jon Talton in the Seattle Times, essentially reminding all of us here in the greater Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue area of just how fortunate we are to live in one of the most economically robust metros in the US. I know, I know – the traffic is bad and the rent is too damn high. But as Talton points out, the places that many of us came here from – places like Youngstown, Peoria, Shreveport – have problems that make our problems look a lot less like problems, and more like growing pains.
For my part, I know that I feel incredibly blessed to live in an area that so uniquely blends natural splendor, a (generally) live-and-let-live vibe, and true commercial vitality – and I’ m guessing, Dear Reader, that you do too. ###