Marketing Manager

With a young growing product and seed funding we’re looking for a marketing manager to help us create desire for our product by maximising our exposure to the market, clarifying our communications and positioning our offering based on a deep understanding of our clients, product and the market.

Reporting directly to the CEO your role will be to clearly answer two questions for our clients – “Why Zealous?” and “Why now?”; as well as strategically maximise exposure to our product.

If you’re ready for a challenge, want your work to have a real impact, this position is for you.

Who you are

Passionate about creativity and want to take a dive into growing a business?

You’re:

  • Self motivated, pro-active and hungry for success
  • Energetic, confident and highly organised
  • Attentive to detail & analytical
  • Able to work alone and as part of a team
  • Fluent in written and verbal English
  • A strong communicator, both internally and externally
  • Able to handle pressure and meet deadlines
  • Able to prioritise obligations and process
  • Able to work with small budgets

And you:

  • Hold a minimum of 2 years experience in a marketing role
  • Can write engaging content
  • Have some experience with WordPress, Excel, Google Analytics
  • Have experience working for a startup (useful, but not mandatory)

Why Zealous

With a growing community of 14,000+ creatives, a dynamic product, the pending launch of new service lines and the opening of our Emerge Awards; you’ll arrive at an exciting time and quickly become core in defining how we communicate Zealous.

Role Description

Marketing

  • Head all communications on behalf of the business; including social media, blog posts, print & PR.
  • Be responsible for the brand tone of voice across the product and all marketing channels.
  • Conduct competitor analysis, market research, and work closely with our sales and community teams to inform the strategic positioning of our product and brand.
  • Identify our competitors growth strategies to inform our own.
  • Actively devise marketing strategies & campaigns to grow our business and community.
  • Measure and report on the impact of our strategies, communication channels and content.
  • Prepare and manage marketing budgets.
  • Plan and manage our editorial calendar; pitch in with content.
  • Submit our product, company and founder to awards and competitions.

Product

  • Keep up to date with developments on our products and services.
  • Develop launch plans for product releases and features. Clearly explain the benefits of those features and translate them into customer-facing messaging.
  • Publish news and updates based on new and improved product functionalities.
  • Update our site messaging, reference stories, FAQ and case studies based on customer feedback and product progression.

Operational

  • Co-manage our social media channels, respond to requests and engage with our community on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.
  • Build partnerships with organisations online to maximise our growth.
  • Reactive crisis management and excellent customer service via Live Chat, email, events, etc.

Other

  • Stay up to date with the latest trends and tools in helping to grow the platform.
  • Maintain quality service by establishing and enforcing organisation standards.
  • Manage and host events to maximise business growth and sales.
  • Help with sponsorship for projects like our Emerge awards.
  • Identify new target markets.

Renumeration

£30,000 salary based on experience / references
Equity within the company based on performance

The extras
Monthly team lunches + weekly fruit + an amazing team + dog friendly office

Guy Armitage

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Founder and CEO of Zealous; a London-based startup matching creative talent with opportunities. Guy has been published in Forbes, and spoke at TEDx and CreativeXPO where he advocates the importance of creativity. In his spare time he's an avid stills photographer, won the Tate Modern Hackathon in partnership with Ai WeiWei, and featured (for a wooping 6 seconds) in a horror film