This role is for you if…
To be great in this role you need to be a really good writer -- the kind of writer who has a curious mind and asks the kind of questions that turn tech-speak into understandable terms. Although experience in Content Marketing would be great, journalism, communications, or PR would also be relevant background experience.
What’s important is that you are a passionate storyteller with the heart of a teacher and a love for learning, writing, and communication.
You’re a great collaborator but you don’t need anyone holding your hand. At the same time, you’re not afraid to ask questions and say “I don’t know” or “I don’t understand” or “Tell me more” when you need to. You see the value in every person on our team and put them at ease, empowering them to tell their stories and share their expertise with our audience.
You might describe yourself as creative but with strong organizational skills that you use to manage a workload that includes multiple projects at various stages. You get stuff done.
This is NOT for you if…
This job isn’t about advertising or website design. This is very focused on content creation, distribution, and sales enablement so if you’re looking for a marketing generalist job, this isn’t it. Additionally, while you might be able to whip up a social graphic in Canva or Illustrator (which is awesome), just know that this role's primary function isn’t graphic design.
While this position is not deep into analytics, if you don't get even a little excited looking at data to see what works and what doesn’t, this probably isn’t the job for you.