There’s a grey area, isn’t there?
That gap between commercial and tech teams.
When you’re not overly technical, you understand and can articulate the tech, yet you can still translate it to be understood by a non-technical audience.
You bring a commercial mindset, always representing your customer, and working with techies to create the best product as possible.
If this is resonating with you, keep reading!
I’m working with a London based AI SaaS business who are looking for someone to bring just that, to be the 5th member of the Product team as a Product Marketing Manager.
They’re one of the fastest growing start-ups in the UK, improving traffic insights with Artificial Intelligence. Their technology uses sensors and AI for video analytics to detect and analyse traffic movement and transport modes.
You’ll work closely with the technical team; staying up-to-date with new product launches and features, and using this information you’ll create compelling and impactful content for customers, helping the likes of local government and authorities to see how they can best use Artificial Intelligence in meeting objectives, from road safety to sustainability.
You’ll need a strategic mindset and a whole lot of empathy to really get stuck into this role, understanding your customers perspective, and using that to drive new ideas. Being able to translate technical concepts to non-technical users is also pivotal here, you’ll need to put yourself in the shoes of your customer and explain the value which is specific to them.
You’ll be championing market research to be able to keep on top of current trends, working with the sales team so their outreach is always relevant.
Basically – you’ll take complete ownership of the market-facing component of their products and make sure customers are utilising the solution at 100%!
Forget the beanbags and pool tables, the real culture here is honest, inquisitive, collaborative, and diverse, so, it goes without saying that you’ll need to fit in with that, to truly excel here.
They’re a diverse bunch and will always encourage applications from a variety of backgrounds, all they’re looking for is:
Salary wise, they’re looking to pay between £45k and £55k! If you’re slightly out of this range though, still apply, as they will be flexible for the right person.
At the moment you can work remotely, however when things are slightly more back to normal, you’ll be expected to be in the office at least 3 days a week.
I’ve got a whole lot more to share, so if this sounds of interest, even just a little, hit apply, let’s chat!