Apply for the Vacancy for Product Marketing Manager at Udacity in the US. The Product Marketing Manager will work closely with the Consumer and Enterprise Marketing teams, as well as with the Content team, to conceptualize and spearhead new Nanodegree, partnership, and other critical product launches. This role will also need to be entrepreneurial, helping define and build a marketing function within Udacity.
- Define and manage the GTM playbook for all new Nanodegrees across our consumer and enterprise businesses.
- Also, develop simple, elegant ways to describe how Udacity’s Nanodegrees and the overall platform is different — and leads to better career opportunities.
- Additionally, educate both internal and external stakeholders on our product features and their benefits.
- Likewise, partner with our enterprise marketing team to develop campaigns for all lead generation and customer success programs (e.g. sales documentation, product videos, website copy, blog posts).
- Furthermore, leverage the rest of the Enterprise Marketing team and other Marketing resources to build the needed content.
- Established experience successfully launching new products and enhancements for a disruptive new brand or category.
- Also, excellent communication (written and verbal) skills. Comfort writing marketing copy on your own.
- Likewise, entrepreneurial self-starter with a solid sense of ownership and urgency.
- Prefer working in a collaborative, cross-team capacity. This role requires you to work across functions and departments to make our products world-beating commercial successes.
- Also, willing and able to roll up one’s sleeves as an individual contributor and also influence and leverage corporate resources.
- Furthermore, highly organized and proficient at managing multiple projects at the same time.
- Creative, innovative, and always thinks outside the box.
- Moreover, metric-driven with excellent analytical and project management skills.
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