***This position is based in Austin, TX.***
Who you are: Are you a pro at driving significant business results and cultivating mutually beneficial, long-lasting relationships with a portfolio of strategic customers? Are you excited to join and foster an innovative, accountable, customer-oriented, and results-focused team culture? Do you thrive in a dynamic, collaborative work environment where you can leave a mark? If so, we just might have the job for you!
As Director of Market Strategy at Spiceworks, you’ll leverage your expertise and our best-in-class solutions to establish and grow large, long-term partnerships with our top clients and our emerging customers with the greatest opportunity for growth. You’ll lead a team of strategists in developing deep client relationships in partnership with our sales, client success, and delivery teams. You’ll coach/support the team in providing innovative, strategic thinking and solutions that lead to renewals and growth — all while developing best practices and new processes within the Strategist team.
Think you’re ready to join the team? Apply now!
Who we are: For over 10 years, Spiceworks has been helping the world’s businesses find, adopt, and manage the latest technologies. We’ve also been helping IT brands build, market, and sell better products and services. Millions of IT buyers and hundreds of brands later, we’ve built the platform they use to get their jobs done and make them better at what they do, every day.
With our helpful tools, technical content, a global community of experts, and entertaining ways to blow off steam, we’ve got IT covered. And because we understand IT buyers and the businesses they represent, established brands like Microsoft, Dell, and CDW, to name a few, and the latest industry innovators including KnowBe4 and Scale Computing use our insights and technology platform to run smarter, more personalized campaigns.
In short, we’re making IT easy – and dare we say FUN – for everyone. Best part: we’re just getting started!
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