Our mission at Sourcegraph is to make it so that everyone can code, not just ~0.1% of the population. We help developers and companies with billions of lines of code create the software you use every day. In enabling more people to code, we believe we will create economic opportunity across the world and will drive progress that benefits everyone.
It’s an exciting time to join Sourcegraph. Our company is growing rapidly: we’ve experienced 4x year-over-year revenue growth with zero customer churn, and our $50M Series C from Sequoia has given us the opportunity to make big ambitious bets on our future. We have a huge market (every company that builds software) and massive opportunity (most developers haven't even heard of code search yet, but once you've used it, you can't live without it--just like Google web search). By continuing to hire exceptional people, we have the opportunity to make Sourcegraph one of the biggest technology companies in the world.
Our marketing team is throwing the traditional playbook out the window when it comes to creating obsession-worthy experiences across multiple audiences. That means we’ll be relying less on traditional marketing reporting and forging a path to better understand our influence in the developer community.
As a Marketing Analyst at Sourcegraph, you will report to the Manager of Marketing Operations within the Demand Generation team and be the numbers expert in our group.
You'll own the analysis of all marketing activities across web, social, paid media, email, and search and bring creative ideas to the table when it comes to how we track influential activities like podcast sponsorships. The relationship you establish with our BizOps and data engineer teams will knit marketing, product, and sales data into one holistic picture. We’ll look to you to tell our data story through visualization, reporting, and presentations that steer our growth marketing ship.
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You’re like a mash-up of Indiana Jones and Sherlock Holmes - guiding the team through the data jungles, using our KPIs as a map, and doing your best detective work to track down or build the data sources of truth.
You’ve done this job before but never quite like this. This is an opportunity to really stretch your measurement creativity. And that excites you. You see yourself in our values and feel connected to our mission to make it so that everyone can code. This mission-based work and opportunity to innovate motivates you to do some of your most innovative work here at Sourcegraph.
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We want a diverse, global team, with a broad range of experience and perspectives. If this job sounds great, but you’re not sure if you qualify, apply anyway! We carefully consider every application, and will either move forward with you, find another team that might be a better fit, keep in touch for future opportunities, or thank you for your time.
To create a product that serves the needs of all developers, we are building a diverse all-remote team that is distributed across the world. Sourcegraph is an equal opportunity workplace; we welcome people from all backgrounds and communities.
We provide competitive compensation and practical benefits to keep you happy and healthy so that you can do your best work.
Learn more about what it is like to work at Sourcegraph by reading our handbook.
We want to ensure Sourcegraph is an environment that suits your working style and empowers you to do your best work, so we are eager to answer any questions that you have about us at any point in the interview process.
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