About growth marketing role
In your role, you’ll work closely with our Growth and International teams to launch and grow International markets (Europe, Israel, Canada and India).
Who you are:
- You have 3+ years of experience in Growth, Marketing, Product Marketing or a similar role.
- You are a generalist who thrives taking things from 0 → 1 and then scaling as you go.
- You are an excellent copywriter – you obsess over who your customer is and writing the perfect copy for them.
- You know your way around no-code tools – Webflow, Zapier, Airtable – and you love automating your way out of repetitive processes.
- You enjoy spreadsheets and pivot tables, and know the difference between a VLOOKUP and an INDEX MATCH.
- You are familiar with Growth frameworks, and the concept of Growth experiments.
- You are smart and scrappy, and willing to figure out what you don't know to get stuff done with minimum supervision.
- You are a proactive, effective communicator, and excited about working in a diverse, distributed team.
What you will do:
- You'll be responsible for working directly with Country Managers and Heads of Regions, launching and growing our Fellowships in international markets.
- You'll support the International team with initiatives, tests and experiments.
- You'll have a birds-eye view of the health of the pipeline for international markets and supporting ad-hoc Growth initiatives and projects, as required.
- Identify (and deploy) Growth process improvements that will benefit the organization.
- Track and report on Growth metrics.
Equal Opportunity Employer
On Deck is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to building an inclusive and diverse workforce. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need. We strongly encourage applications who are members of underrepresented communities to apply.
If you were to join On Deck, we'd want you to love it. We also know that it can be hard to tell from the outside looking in whether that would be the case for you. So, we challenged ourselves to develop an honest set of reasons someone wouldn't want to join our company. We hope it helps you make an informed decision about whether On Deck is a place you'd love to work. In summary, On Deck may not be the place for you if:
• Another company's mission gets you way more fired up.
• You want a 9-5 job.
• You do your best work in highly-structured, steady-paced, and meticulously-planned environments.
• You like finding and poking holes more than you like filling them.
• You see differences as divisions.