Chargebee is looking for an inspirational marketing leader to own and drive
our Product Marketing function.
As the leader of our PMM function, you will be responsible for setting KPIs for product marketing function, ensuring delivery of product, positioning, value-propositions, and related collateral, and guiding the team to turn feature specs into stories that the market resonates with.
What you should bring to the table:
- Innate love for drawing out value props and story angles (do you have bookmarks of your favorite advertisements from the 80’s?).
- Master jugglers who can prioritize & manage a product update story, a blog post, an email campaign, a partner webinar, a ready-to-break editorial calendar on Trello, a blow torch, a partridge and a pear tree.
- Passion for product. You need to have at least a high-level idea of product management and how SaaS products operate.
- Exposure to marketing in a fast-growth SaaS startup is a huge plus.
DNA of our ideal Product Marketing Visionary
- Disruptive Thinker: You need to see a problem and solution with multiple lenses, and tease stories out of features.
- Experiment bias + Data focus: You should be able to design and run experiments with the data available, and take decisions on your feet.
- Framework-thinking: You will have to guide your team’s delivery by creating repeatable frameworks for thought and execution.
- Liaison with product, design, success, sales and other external & internal stakeholders.
- Ability to play “Coach” to a team of passionate marketers.
- Project Management & Bias to action: You need to be able to structure your team’s delivery, tease out bottlenecks, and own “shipment” from start to finish.
A few things you might want to be prepared for when we talk:
- Your approach to project management and deliver in product marketing.
- What would a generic GTM framework for a product launch look like?
- As an individual contributor - what’s something you rolled up sleeves & executed recently?
- What can we learn from the greats like David Ogilvy, Steve Jobs and Theodore Levitt?
- Spend time “teaching” the team on best-practices
- Work to channelize team’s creative inputs into delivery
- Measure team delivery & track progress
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