Headquartered outside of Washington DC, Kion (formerly cloudtamer.io) is a fast-growing, Series A-stage startup that develops the leading cloud enablement solution supporting Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud. Kion is trusted for making customers’ journey to the cloud more efficient, secure, and transparent. We’re looking for an individual to grow our demand generation and marketing operations capabilities. This is a unique role where you’ll both roll up your sleeves and own the strategy to build and grow a healthy marketing funnel. If you thrive when wearing multiple hats and are interested in making a significant impact in a growing organization, we’d love to meet you!
The Demand Generation and Marketing Operations Manager will play a critical role in driving the strategy and execution of demand generation campaigns, as well as developing automations and assessing the effectiveness of Kion marketing efforts. We are looking to you to further mature our demand generation efforts and our use of Hubspot to execute and report on marketing campaigns in an optimized and consistent fashion. We’re looking for an individual eager to make a hands-on contribution and one ready to shape the direction and success of our marketing team. As a core contributor to the sales and marketing teams, you will be responsible for:
WHAT WE ARE EXPECTING FROM YOU (I.E., THE QUALIFICATIONS YOU MUST HAVE):
WHAT WE WILL PROVIDE IN RETURN:
At Kion, we are focused on making people’s lives in the cloud easier through innovative products built by passionate employees. We are looking to add talented, motivated people to our team to help achieve this mission through the engineering, support, and delivery of our revolutionary Kion cloud enablement solution.
If you want to help organizations spend less time managing and governing their cloud, and more time being enabled by their cloud, you’ve come to the right place. Apply below and we’ll be in touch shortly!Apply Now
What is the internal culture like at Kion?
Learning and on-the-job development are at the heart of the company’s approach. Employees are encouraged to expand on their existing skills and pursue new ones, almost always with direct help from a colleague. Mostly those skills are centered around tech, but it can be pretty unconventional, too — such as an employee-led cooking tutorial on how to make yogurt at home.
And while the company may not pay for you to attend a more formal yogurt-school, it does actively support professional development, from extra room to experiment with tools and features, to tuition reimbursement for outside education. And there’s always someone willing to jump in and help, whether by answering a question on Slack or serving as a mentor.
It’s that kind of support that’s created a culture that’s collegial while also driven, supportive while striving for excellence.
Tell us a little bit about the perks of working at Kion HQ.
You’ve already read about the camaraderie, the team spirit, and the shared passion for building something great. Additional perks include regular lunch-and-learns, the ability to explore any number of interests — everything from new developer skills to Slack channels for car-lovers, plant-lovers, carb-lovers, and more — and “Innovation Days” At these regular events, employees take a break from their work, and instead team up to develop something truly different, from a homemade smart-mirror to wall art to decorate HQ.
What makes working at Kion unique?.
Tara Urso, design team lead: “Everyone on the team really cares about the work that they’re doing and feels a sense of ownership over it. It’s evident in how they do their work. It’s not just about finding a solution, it’s about finding the best solution and going above and beyond and taking the time to really vet different avenues and arrive at the best possible solution. It speaks to people who are really passionate about what they do and not just check in and check out for the day.”
John Lynch, COO: “When we started this organization, we really wanted to be different and an employee-centric company. We didn’t want to approach it as ‘business owners;’ we all had this common vision that we wanted to have the best cloud governance and management solution out there, but to get there in an enjoyable way. So not just build an amazing product, but make it so everyone can build an amazing career. Ten, 20 years from now, when people look back at Kion, I would love it if everybody could think of it as the best job they ever had or the best work experience we ever had. If we can use that as the crux for making decisions, then we know we’re going in the right direction.”
What you look for in an employee:
The company values excellence and diversity: “We’re not looking for someone who’s a culture-fit but a culture-add: people who are going to bring new perspectives, new culture, and help us expand our culture and add to it,” COO John Lynch says. “This has helped us attract the great talent that we need, at first locally and, now, across the US as we’ve transitioned to a remote-first organization.”
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