PRODUCT MARKETING MANAGER, MIT Technology Review, to be responsible for managing product development priorities, repackaging content into new content types, and creating approaches that deliver the best experience for customers in support of the business objectives of MIT Technology Review . Will deliver on-brand customer experiences that engage, delight, and retain readers and showcase the unique value that MIT Technology Review brings to the marketplace; create channel-specific content types and work cross-functionally with editorial, design, events, sales, and web development; and adapt quickly based on market data.
This role is an excellent opportunity for a skilled professional with a track record of developing audience-centric products types across multiple digital channels for business impact.
REQUIRED: B.A./B.S. degree in marketing, marketing communications or related field of study; at least three years of experience in marketing for web, online marketing agency, media, or digital publishing organization; an understanding of analytics and audience targeting; multi-platform content experience across a variety of media types including print, social, web, video, and live events; ability to articulate analytically-driven innovative ideas to meet ambitious goals; ability to work in collaboratively and cross-functionally in a fast-paced environment; excellent project management skills; ability to meet deadlines; and keen interest in experimenting with new platforms. Seek a creative, agile, and tactical thinker who is analytically astute with a talent for driving demand and engaging customers. Job #15329-P
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