As a Brand & Project Manager on the Marketing team you’ll have the opportunity to work with multiple organizations across the company to streamline when and how our brand should show up for moments that matter to our users - from national holidays (e.g. Christmas) to cause-awareness (e.g. World Blood Donor Day) and diversity-oriented (International Women’s Day) moments. You’ll be on the team responsible for leading the cultural research, building the brand reputation strategy, and driving the planning to unify internal stakeholders under a cohesive brand, creative, and comms plan for each moment. As a team, our north star is to find ways to express our corporate values and commitments credibly and to deliver tangible value to users as they partake in different moments throughout the year.
You’ll play an integral role in identifying existing internal plans, opportunities, and challenges for each event.
You’ll also lead maintenance of central resources and comms to inform and drive individual team planning.
We’re looking for a self-motivated and independent doer who is inspired by the positive role companies can play to help move society forward.
Top Daily Responsibilities:
Maintain the consolidated company calendar, the master planning documents for each event.
Own internal comms from monthly call-for-activations, quarterly newsletters, and FAQ/onboarding docs.
Build and maintain internal archive of how we’ve showed up for past events to guide planning for upcoming events.
Onboard Owners for each event (responsibilities, process, timelines).
BA/BS degree in business/marketing or equivalent practical experience.
3-5 years of experience in brand marketing.
Proven ability to: manage large-scale, cross-functional projects end-to-end, with high attention to detail. activate individuals across different disciplines and perspectives. draft & drive effective comm plans for internal stakeholders.
Nice to Have Skills/Not Required:
Professional or personal experience with social causes, NGOs, and/or diversity & inclusion.
Experience working internationally / global mindset and ability to think across cultures, audiences, and scenarios.
In tune with the cultural zeitgeist in the US and globally.
This role is open to those not in the San Francisco area as long as they are well-versed in video conferencing and have worked remotely in prior positions.