Product Marketing Manager

“As a Product Marketing Manager at Redgate, your number one priority will be understanding our customers and markets inside and out. You’ll be in charge of developing strategies to drive interest and generate leads for a particular product or solution.

It’s an exciting time to join Redgate as we’re growing and exploring new ways of marketing to different audiences. You’ll help us evolve our marketing approach, collaborating closely with development and sales.” Wibke Carstensen, Marketing Manager (Product Marketing)

Redgate is looking for marketers with a passion for product and understanding customers to take charge of lead generation for a product or cross-product solution. You’ll need to be comfortable in an externally facing role, speaking to customers regularly, and translating what you learn into marketing strategies.

It’ll be your responsibility to make sure the positioning of your products is spot on for your target segments. You’ll also have to be clear on where we need to focus our marketing effort based on your research.

For example, you should be able to answer questions such as what stage of the buying cycle target customers are likely going to be at, and what the best way of targeting them is to ultimately drive revenue for Redgate. Are potential customers aware of problems such as complying with data privacy regulations? Are they aware of solutions to their problem, including Redgate?

You’ll work alongside product management and development to feed into our product roadmaps, understand the competitive space, and launch new products and versions. As part of this varied role, you’ll also take charge of marketing performance, reporting on what works or doesn’t and evolve your plans accordingly – you’ll need strong analytical skills and you’ll need to be data-driven.

Fundamentally, we’re looking for talented marketers – irrespective of level of experience – who can always answer the “Why” question. Why should we be targeting segment x or persona y? Why do they care about our product? Why do we need to focus on certain marketing activities to target them?

To apply, simply upload your CV and covering letter or get in touch if you’d like to talk to us first.

 What makes you Redgate’s next Product Marketing Manager?

  • You’re into technical products with a passion for the commercial side.
  • You’re confident taking ownership for a product or product group from a marketing perspective.
  • You’re data driven with great analytical skills and have the ability to take insight from market research and data to inform marketing plans.
  • You’re an excellent communicator and have great writing skills.
  • You’re a collaborator, appreciating input into your plans from across the business.
  • Excellent organisational and project management skills with outstanding attention to detail.
  • You have a ‘can-do’ attitude, you’re self-motivated, and you get things done.
  • An MBA or similar qualification is desirable (but not a must).

What’s the package?

  • A great benefits package.
  • £30,000 to £55,000, depending upon experience.
  • You’ll work about 40 hours a week, with flexible work time.
  • This role is based in Cambridge, UK and we provide extensive relocation support where needed.

 

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Please only apply for roles through our website, as we are unable to accept applications made by email.

We use a third-party recruitment system. We will always get back to you, so please check your junk folder, as sometimes our emails won’t show in your inbox.

Take a look at our privacy policy to find out how your data is looked after.


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