Head of Communications
Posted on 3/22/2024
Glean

201-500 employees

Enterprise search & knowledge management software
Company Overview
At Glean, their mission is to empower more than a million learners with the confidence and ability to build useful knowledge.
AI & Machine Learning
B2B

Company Stage

Series D

Total Funding

$355.3M

Founded

2019

Headquarters

Palo Alto, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

57%

1 year growth

111%

2 year growth

306%
Locations
Palo Alto, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Communications
Marketing
Data Analysis
CategoriesNew
Content & Writing
Content Strategy
Creative Writing
Editing & Proofreading
Requirements
  • BA/BS in communication, marketing, liberal arts, or related degree
  • 10+ years in communications and PR with experience managing teams and agencies responsible for communications, PR, analyst relationship, and/or brand
  • Stellar written and verbal communication, with experience simplifying concepts and influencing stakeholders, and impeccable attention to detail
  • A get-it-done attitude with ability to roll up your sleeves while driving strategy
  • A proven track record in understanding ROI, reporting and analytics, and success metrics for PR
  • Experience working closely with software development processes, familiarity with developer teams, and/or experience with a technical B2B SaaS product
  • Ability to balance and prioritize competing opportunities, customer needs, and business priorities
Responsibilities
  • Drive external communications strategy for product and corporate public relations
  • Develop and maintain in-market narratives for public positioning
  • Be a thought partner to the broader Marketing and Glean company leadership
  • Partner closely with Product Marketing and company executives to support Analyst Relations strategy and execution
  • Partner closely with Content and Social Media to identify trending topics and experiment with campaign tactics
  • Oversee PR agency and drive internal communications strategy