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Marketing and Community Manager - StackMob [Full-Time Position]

posted Apr 24, 2011, 1:31 PM by Jessica Bloomgarden   [ updated Apr 24, 2011, 1:39 PM ]

Marketing and Community Manager

What we do:

StackMob is fundamentally changing the way developers build mobile applications.  We provide a complete technology stack to power the backend of mobile apps.  With our platform, developers can build feature-rich applications easier and faster than ever before.

 

Who we are:

We are an early-stage startup based in San Francisco, backed by an impressive group of investors and founded by an experienced team (formerly at imeem and Apple).  We have an incredibly dedicated and passionate team that loves working hard, but also knows how to have fun.  Come join us and be a part of something great at the forefront of mobile and cloud computing!

 

What we are looking for:

The Marketing and Community Manager will play a critical role in helping to build the mobile developer base at StackMob. We are looking for someone who is eager to join a small team, is not afraid to tackle big challenges and wants to have a massive impact on building and growing the company.

What you’ll do:

  • Develop both online and offline marketing strategies and more importantly, execute on those strategies
  • Lead StackMob’s online presence, including social media (Twitter), external blogs and other media channels
  • Analyze traffic patterns and conversion rates to determine most effective strategies
  • Organize and manage events, including contests, hackathons and more
  • Attend relevant conferences, meetups and events
  • Understand customer needs and translate those into key insights that support the product development process

Who you are:

  • Love mobile and staying at the forefront of tech (you are a little geeky at minimum)
  • An extrovert who enjoys talking tech with anyone, especially developers
  • Can write effectively (important for blog posts and social media)
  • Highly organized

 

Perks:

  • Satisfaction of having a major impact on the company and the products we build (our team is small, so everything you do is critical)
  • Generous Stock Options from an early-stage startup
  • Budget for your own hardware setup
  • Awesome office in downtown San Francisco
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