Jobs by tag: "GitBook"

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Product Marketing Manager

GitBook
exec 5 days agoApply

Job Description

Why are we opening this position?

GitBook is a modern documentation platform. Our ambition is to empower teams through a new document standard suited for modern work and collaboration.

GitBook is now used by over 1M users and thousands of teams such as Adobe, Netflix, Decathlon, or Google. With close to 25,000 sign-ups per month, we're looking for our very first Product Marketing Manager to own the post sign-up experience.

What will you be doing ?

As any product led company, you will be working closely with our product and go-to-market teams to be their voice.

As we're an early stage startup, the impact of your role will be huge and there is a lot that you'll be able to bring to the function. You'll have the opportunity to own our marketing strategy and execute on it.

What's next ?

First, we will take the time to review your application and we will get back to you within a week, regardless of our decision.

Here's what our process will look like:
1. Discover call (30min) with Morgane, our Talent Manager to ensure there is a correlation between GitBook's expectations, the role and your own expectations.
2. Deep dive (45min) with Rmi (Head of Data) to discuss about role specifics such as required skills, knowledge, abilities as well as working environment, day-to-day life..
3. Take home to work on a concrete project
4. Cross-team dive (45min) giving you the opportunity to debrief the take home while meeting with Scott (Product Manager) and Adrien (Head of Customer Experience).
5. The last discussion will be around cultural alignment. You will have the opportunity to meet with Samy (co-founder) to learn more about GitBook history, ambition and culture.

Learn more:

Every single team member is a value addition to our culture, so it's important for us to state our values.

While joining GitBook, you will also appreciate our Perks & Benefits.


#Location
Remote

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Senior Inbound SDR

GitBook
exec senior 21 days agoApply

Job Description

Why are we opening this position?

GitBook - https://www.gitbook.com/ - is a modern documentation platform. Our ambition is to empower teams through a new document standard, suited for modern work and collaboration. GitBook is now used by over 1M users and thousands of teams such as Adobe, Netflix, Decathlon, or Google and backed by top partners such as P9 Capital, Notion Capital and Fly VC.

We're currently working on a next product step to redefine "core team work" and with this in mind we're looking for a Technical Account Executive based in North America to help us deliver a stellar buying experience to our users.

What will you be doing ?

As the first Inbound Sales Development Representative you'll join our inbound sales organisation alongside Adrien (Head of Customer Exeperience) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/adriennhem/ ), Mark (Account Executive - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-norman-b70874118/) and Alex (Account Executive - https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexivos/).

Reporting to the Head of Customer Experience, you will be focused on creating qualified opportunities for Account Executives by fully qualifying "Enterprise level" sales opportunities. As an individual contributor your goal will be to bridge the gap between self-serve opportunities and upmarket opportunities. How will you do it? By closing small sales with a focus on annual plans to help reduce churn and also create efficiencies with Account Executives.

What's next ?

First, we will take the time to review your application and we will get back to you within a week, regardless of our decision.

Here's what our process will look like:
1. Discover call (30min) with Adrien, our Head of Customer Experience to ensure there is a correlation between GitBook's expectations, the role and your own expectations.
2. Technical interview (45min) with Alex (Account Executive ) and Rmi (Head of Data) to deep dive about role specifics such as required skills, knowledge, abilities as well as working environment, day-to-day life..
3. Workshop (60min) that includes a written assignment and a mock call involving Alex, Mark (Account Executive), and Adrien.
4. Workshop (60min) around a mock demo involving Adrien, Alex and a member of the engineering team.
5. The last discussion will be around cultural alignment. You will have the opportunity to meet with Samy (co-founder) to learn more about GitBook history, ambition and culture.

More information

Compensation: GBP 36,000 to GBP 41,000 or equivalent in your currency.

Location: Remote Europe (CEST)

Every single team member is a value addition to our culture, so it's important for us to state our values - https://jobs.gitbook.com/our-values

While joining GitBook, you will also appreciate our Perks & Benefits - https://jobs.gitbook.com/perks-and-benefits.


#Location
Remote / Europe

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How do you apply?

Please reference you found the job on our Jobsite as thank you to us, this helps us get more companies to post here!

When applying for jobs, you should NEVER have to pay to apply. That is a scam! Always verify you're actually talking to the company in the job post and not an imposter. Scams in remote work are rampant, be careful! When clicking on the button to apply above, you will leave Remote OK and go to the job application page for that company outside this site. Remote OK accepts no liability or responsibility as a consequence of any reliance upon information on there (external sites) or here.