Good Old Fashioned marketing…brochures and written materials need love and attention, branding guidelines are nonexistent and need creation, tradeshow planning and décor has been run on luck and charm, partners need co-branding involvement, good old competitive analysis needs doing, and videos, golly golly we need some of those.
We don’t care if you have SaaS in your past or not. We care about fundamentals. Are you data driven? Do you know how to make a page look stunning? Do you know the point of marketing? We don’t care so much about your resume, we care about your portfolio. Resumes are nice but we only play with people who bring talent.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send Resume, Portfolio, Cover Letter, and Salary Requirements; include your favorite Muppet’s name in the header to Careers@SolidCommerce.com. Applications without salary requirements or portfolios will not be read. Interviews are done as soon as humanly possible for great candidates and start dates are, yesterday, could you start yesterday? Smile. We know the routine with farewells with prior employers so we tease, yet, understand this is not a 3 month interview process either.
Experience? Have some, none would be bad. If you think marketing is easy because you did sales, HR, bartended in your past; please pass over us.
Self-motivating. This is not the place for shy wallflowers, bring your passion or don’t come out to play at all. Everyone here is asked to stretch beyond their capabilities and if you are someone who likes to rest in the comfort zone, you will be miserable. Some days zig, some days zag and your boss is a mentor not a babysitter.
Fabulous writing skills, even better if you were nominated to be a member of the fabled Grammar Police Special Crimes Unit. Your bosses are grammar outlaws and we need a sheriff in town.
Quirky and thrifty. Yes, I know, an odd requirement. We are an established company that is more like a start-up. That means we need to build the Eiffel Tower with only a half glass of wine and a can of WD-40 at our disposal. You need to think differently, tactically and frugally at the same time.
An eye for detail, even the smallest misstep in materials sometimes means disaster
PC friendly including understanding the suite of products made by Microsoft for us non-marketing drones
The ability or desire to learn how to speak tech. We are a technical SaaS product that is sold more often than not to non-technical people