Product-Led Growth Marketing Manager - Remote

NextPath Career Partners is currently seeking a Product-Led Growth Marketing Manager to join our client s team in Boston Massachusetts. This is a direct hire position with remote flexibility.
  • Build out acquisition campaigns and tests to drive large volumes of users
  • Support the rest of the team on the design
  • Build of a frictionless sign-up experience
  • Work with Product Management, Design and UX on self-serve user journey mapping
  • Work with Product teams to identify lead in-product actions and build onboarding guides.
  • Dive into both qualitative and quantitative data to identify user actions and engagement rates and optimize onboarding flows.
  • Lead self-serve launches - internal and external communication.
  • Track right metrics to identify areas of opportunity.
  • Consider new, creative approaches to have an impact on core metrics.
  • 4+ years previous experience, preferably within a SaaS organization
  • Proven Product-Led Growth experience.
  • Aptitude for reporting, analyzing numbers and uncovering key trends and insights
  • Experienced in B2B marketing and all digital channels
  • Respond to changes in priorities and environment with a can-do attitude
Nextpath Career Partners
NextPath is a candidate centric recruiting firm focused on your career goals to help you find your next path! Our team of professional recruiters have over 80 years of combined experience to help you navigate a job change. Our clients span local and national with roles in sales, creative, marketing, and staffing on a direct, contract-to-perm, and contract (project) basis.
If the position above doesn t appear to fit we do have a host of clients with roles that could be a match and not every position will be posted. Feel free to reach out to find a better match by emailing your resume to apply@nextpathcp.com for a recruiter to engage.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
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