Head of Snowflake Product Marketing
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Sigma Computing

201-500 employees

Business intelligence analytics tools
Company Overview
Sigma Computing's mission is to empower everyone to make the best possible decisions at every turn by removing the barriers that prevent people from analyzing data across sources and delivering the full spectrum of self-service cloud analytics and business intelligence.
Data & Analytics

Company Stage

Series C

Total Funding

$721.3M

Founded

2014

Headquarters

San Francisco, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

12%

1 year growth

10%

2 year growth

137%
Locations
San Francisco, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Sales
Marketing
CategoriesNew
Brand & Creative Marketing
General Marketing
PR & Communications
Growth & Marketing
Requirements
  • Demonstrated entrepreneurial approach and abilities
  • SF-based - 4 days a week in the office to be close to current and future GTM leaders
  • BA/BS or Bachelor's degree equivalent
  • Travel frequently to events and partner meetings
  • Minimum of ten years of experience in technical partner marketing and experience with Snowflake, specifically
  • Strong auto-pilot and ability to function autonomously and make good decisions
  • Track record of innovation
  • Excellent ability to drive consensus and get to a "yes."
  • Excellent writer and speaker on Snowflake-related topics
Responsibilities
  • Own the annual joint partner marketing plan with Snowflake
  • Author marketing materials designed for partners
  • Act as the conduit between Sigma's product marketing to Snowflake's product marketing
  • Lead new joint product releases with Snowflake
  • Create and maintain a partner marketing calendar
  • Manage cooperative marketing programs and funds with channel partners
  • Lead strategic projects critical to the partnership’s success
  • Coordinate cross-functional initiatives to align partnership activities with Sigma’s sales, product development, and customer success strategies