Senior Technical Product Marketing Manager
Our client is transitioning from open source model to an enterprise version of their product for release to customers and is looking for a talented Technical Product Marketing Manager who can develop technical collateral that will help customers understand the value of their enterprise offering. As our industry goes from the "old" way to the "new" way of doing things we're looking for people who've been through these sort of industry transitions (ie: on-premise infrastructure to cloud infrastructure with Azure, AWS, Hybrid Cloud, etc) and knows how to reach technical audiences with that message. Our client's enterprise products are new, their tech stack is still being defined, and there is a huge addressable market but the exciting part is that not a lot has been defined in their space yet. This is your chance to make your mark in a technical product marketing role that will have great influence over our industry in the coming years.
As IT professionals and data scientists face increasing constraints around security / governance and regulatory compliance, you will be tasked with creating messaging around how our client's solutions are secure, comply with regulatory frameworks and are the best way to deliver data-driven insights to the business. This role is more of a Technical Marketing role because you will need to have an in-depth understanding of how our software's architecture and the packages they interface with and need to be able to translate that into technical collateral. This is NOT a tech writing role - It is more about selling an idea and getting customers to think differently than trying to teach someone how to use a certain product.
What You’ll Do:
- Help educate our clients and prospects and transition them from the 'old" way of doing things to the "new" way.
- Explain how clients interface with architectural packages.
- Develop Technical Collateral - White papers, presentations, blog posts and video segments
- Develop a high level of understanding of the technical side of the business - Talk to subject matter experts, product managers, engineers and translate that information into something that can be consumed by technical and non-technical audiences
- Participate in phone, online and in-person meetings with customers to understand their IT environment and their key challenges in deploying data science
- Partner with client development teams to deliver software products, jumping in hands on where needed.
- Participate in marketing programs such as webinars and events
- Develop ways to scale your knowledge and expertise out to the sales and marketing teams