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Full Time
London
Posted 3 days ago

Role title - Senior Account Executive
Salary - £75,000 - £85,000 basic, £150,000 - £170,000 OTE
Location - Hybrid - 3 days from home, 2 days from Angel, London

Why this role

Work in a $1 billion market, which is forecast to grow by 16% per year 

Learn from a strong investor community 

50% ARR growth in recent years 

Learning programmes across AI and leadership 

About the company

Operating for nine years, our client is an IT services business that works with some of the largest brands in the world, including Meta, General Electric, Microsoft, and Google. 

The business operates in a large market that is expected to grow by 16% per year, and their focus is on expanding their footprint among their biggest customers as well as winning more new logos. 

The role

Your overall responsibility is to generate and close sales with mid-market and enterprise companies. Deal sizes vary from £60k-£90k. 

SDR: work with the SDR team and convert leads they provide

Business development: be responsible for generating your own pipeline

Solution selling: using the MEDDIC framework, manage the end to end sales process

Demo: give demonstrations of the solution to prospects 

Pipeline management: manage your sales pipeline and forecast deals 

What you will need to succeed in this role

Experience in a mid-market new business sales role where you’ve closed business

You’ll have sold solutions to  

Track record of using sales frameworks like MEDDIC

Proven ability to generate new business

Degree educated 

Benefits

Private healthcare, dental cover, pension (4% employee, 3% company), 25 days holiday

The application process

The four steps to the application process are:

  1. 30 minute call with Market Recruitment to discuss suitability, talk through the role and answer any questions you have
  2. 30 minute video call with the Head of Sales 
  3. A 60 minute in-person interview with a presentation 
  4. A 60 minute culture interview 

We look forward to hearing from you, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us or reach out.

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Role title – Senior Account ExecutiveSalary – £75,000 – £85,000 basic, £150,000 – £170,000 OTELocation – Hybrid – 3 days from home, 2 days from Angel, London Wh...

Full Time
London
Posted 4 days ago

Role title: Product Marketing Director
Salary: £110,000 - £130,000
Location: 3 days from home, 2 days from Old Street, London 

Why this role?

Global B2B fintech scaleup

A newly created role with autonomy  

A unique product getting real traction

IC role to start, with the ability to build a team

About the company 

Our client is a B2B fintech scaleup with 170 employees and revenues in excess of $20 million ARR.

Selling innovative solutions to large financial institutions, they are experiencing exciting growth and are looking for a seasoned product marketing expert to build upon the foundations already in place.   

The role

This is a newly created role where you will work strategically and be hands-on. 

Our client is experiencing significant growth, in part because of their unique product, and this role is to help accelerate that growth by helping the business better communicate these differentiators throughout the buying process. 

Alongside this, you’ll play a central role in helping the product team stay focused on customer needs when building new products.

Stakeholder Management: work with teams across sales, product, and marketing to ensure there’s alignment on GTM strategy 

Voice of the Customer: be the voice of the customer so the product roadmap meets the expectations of prospects and customers

Product Marketing: own every aspect of product marketing (research, value propositions, messaging, GTM, product content, sales enablement)

Analyst Relations: manage relationships with leading analysts 

What you will need to succeed in this role

Experience in a senior product marketing role in B2B tech with a passion for content creation

Experience of working with products in one of the following B2B tech industries: payments, financial compliance, KYC, financial risk management 

You’ll have experience of working in a scaleup environment

Prior experience using positioning and narrative design to communicate technical products that resonate with non-technical audiences 

Degree educated 

Benefits

Pension

Healthcare

Pension 

25 days holiday

The application process

The four steps to the application process are:

  1. Call with Market Recruitment to discuss suitability, talk through the role and answer any questions you have
  2. Interview with the CMO 
  3. Presentation
  4. Culture interview 

We look forward to hearing from you, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us or reach out.

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Job Category

B2B Marketing

Role title: Product Marketing DirectorSalary: £110,000 – £130,000Location: 3 days from home, 2 days from Old Street, London  Why this role? Global B2B fintech scaleup A newly created role...

Full Time
London
Posted 2 weeks ago

Salary: £110,000 - £130,000
Location: Hybrid: 3 days from home, 2 days from Liverpool Street, London 

Why this role?

$60m Series B in 2023

A newly created role with a company in scaleup phase 

B2B Fintech that’s solving real pain   

Strategic but hands-on role 

About the company 

For over a decade, our client has been transforming how financial institutions and payment providers reduce fraud through proprietary AI and machine learning solutions. 

Last year, their success culminated in the company raising a $60 million investment round, taking the total raised to date to over £150 million.

As part of this investment, the company is building its marketing function, which is being led by their new CMO. She joined in Q4 2023.  

The role

This is a newly created role where you will own, lead, and execute a strategy to drive more revenue for the business, with a particular focus on the enterprise segment (Tier 1 banks and financial institutions). 

The marketing team includes the CMO, Corporate Marketing Director (comms & content), Product Marketing Director, Revenue Operations, and a Digital Marketing Manager who can support the execution of your demand-gen campaigns. 

Strategy: own, build and execute a demand generation strategy to create predictable revenue

Demand Generation: deploy end-to-end integrated campaigns across multiple online and offline channels, including themes and messaging to use across the business.

Digital: digital will be a key channel for this role, which will cover paid advertising, SEO, and social media

ABM: work closely with sales to create and execute effective account-based marketing programmes (deal sizes range from £100k to £1m and there are currently three sales people targeting banks) 

Marketing Automation: with this being a scaleup, you’ll be hands-on and have to get into Hubspot and Salesforce to look at data, set up campaigns and track metrics 

Stakeholder management: align the C-suite and teams across the business with your campaign plans (BDR team of 16 across different geographies) 

Agency Management: there will be some marketing agency support in the role across PPC and SEO

Reporting & Budget Management: report on budget and continuously improve campaign performance

What you will need to succeed in this role

Experience owning, leading and executing demand generation campaigns to drive pipeline (you must be able to show your impact on ARR) 

Track record working in the B2B fintech space, e.g. software and/or solutions to banks and financial institutions

Startup / Scaleup experience - this is a hands on role

Account-based marketing experience

Knowledge of Hubspot and Salesforce 

Highly numerate, with excellent communication skills 

Degree educated 

Benefits

Pension

Private medical

Pension (4% employee / 5% employer)

25 days holiday

The application process

The four steps to the application process are:

  1. Call with Market Recruitment to discuss suitability, talk through the role and answer any questions you have
  2. Video interview with the CMO 
  3. Presentation / task
  4. HR interview 

We look forward to hearing from you, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us or reach out.

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B2B Marketing

Salary: £110,000 – £130,000Location: Hybrid: 3 days from home, 2 days from Liverpool Street, London  Why this role? $60m Series B in 2023 A newly created role with a company in scaleup phase&...

Part Time
London
Posted 2 weeks ago

Role title: Head of People
Salary: £60,000 - £80,000 pro-rata
Location: Hybrid: 3 days from home, 2 days from Liverpool Street, London 

Working pattern: This is a part-time role, which can be 5 shorter days or 3 full days to suit the candidate

Why this role?

4.8 on Glassdoor

Excellent employee retention

A newly created role with a fast-growing B2B tech company in scaleup phase 

Profitable and stable company  

About the company 

After strong growth, our client is now entering the next phase of growth as they go from being a startup to a scaleup. Due to this, they’re looking for an experienced people leader who can help shape the company through great people initiatives. 

There is a great foundation for you to work from, with their strong culture already in place, excellent Glassdoor ratings, and low staff attrition. 

The role

This is a newly created role where you will own, lead, and advise on all people-related strategies. 

Recruitment: Supervise the recruitment, selection, and onboarding processes to secure and maintain top talent.

Performance Management: Devise systems for performance evaluation and motivation, including enhancing our current 1-1 reviews, conducting 360 reviews, and providing training for managers.

Team Relations: Cultivate a positive work environment where our culture is ingrained across the organisation, addressing challenges as our team grows.

Salary and Benefits: Regularly assess our compensation and benefits package to attract and retain top talent.

Training and Development: Roll out comprehensive training and professional development initiatives that foster growth and meet business demands, with a focus on supporting middle managers and department heads.

Organisational Design: Proactively anticipate future structural needs to drive business success.

What you will need to succeed in this role

At least 5 years in a senior or head of people role 

Experience working at a B2B tech organisation that is scaling, i.e. from 50 to 150 employees 

Well-organized and great communication skills 

Degree educated 

Benefits

Pension

Private medical and dental 

27-day holiday (3 to be used at Christmas) 

The application process

The four steps to the application process are:

  1. 30 minute call with Market Recruitment to discuss suitability, talk through the role and answer any questions you have
  2. 30 minute video call with their Co-Founder 
  3. A 60 minute in-person interview with a presentation 
  4. A 60 minute culture interview 

We look forward to hearing from you, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us or reach out.

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Role title: Head of PeopleSalary: £60,000 – £80,000 pro-rataLocation: Hybrid: 3 days from home, 2 days from Liverpool Street, London  Working pattern: This is a part-time role, which can be 5...

Role title: Demand Generation Marketing Manager
Salary: £65,000 - £75,000
Location: Hybrid - 3 days from home, 2 days from Angel, London 

Why this role

Work in a $1 billion market, which is forecast to grow by 16% per year 

Learn from a strong investor community 

50% ARR growth in recent years 

Learning programmes across AI and leadership 

About the company

Operating for nine years, our client is an IT services business that works with some of the largest brands in the world, including Meta, General Electric, Microsoft, and Google. 

The business operates in a large market that is expected to grow by 16% per year, and their focus is on expanding their footprint among their biggest customers as well as winning more new logos. 

And this role will be pivotal to this growth as you drive exposure within their Tier 1 enterprise accounts.

The role

With a focus on account-based marketing, you’ll be responsible for creating and executing campaigns to increase and expand their Tier 1 enterprise accounts. 

You’ll work with a team of three marketers, including a content marketer, an online events manager, and a revenue operations specialist. 

Demand Generation / ABM: market to their core partners to create demand using account-based marketing 

Campaign Execution: manage and execute campaigns across email, web, paid, webinars,events, etc. 

Creativity: come up with creative way to engage prospects and expand on existing customers 

Team Collaboration: work with sales on account selection, lead management and sales enablement  

Analysis; track and analyse the effectiveness of your campaigns

What you will need to succeed in this role

B2B marketing experience in the tech sector

Focus on demand generation, with experience of running ABM campaigns 

Ability to work closely with sales teams 

You’ll have a positive, can-do attitude with excellent project management skills

Ability to communicate and work with all levels 

Benefits

Private healthcare

Dental cover

Pension (4% employee, 3% company)

The application process

The four steps to the  application process are:

  1. 30 minute call with Market Recruitment to discuss suitability, talk through the role and answer any questions you have
  2. 30 minute video call with their Co-Founder 
  3. A 60 minute in-person interview with a presentation 
  4. A 60 minute culture interview 

We look forward to hearing from you and if you have any questions please feel free to contact us or reach out.

Job Features

Job Category

B2B Marketing

Role title: Demand Generation Marketing ManagerSalary: £65,000 – £75,000Location: Hybrid – 3 days from home, 2 days from Angel, London  Why this role Work in a $1 billion market, which ...

Full Time
London
Posted 4 weeks ago

Want to make a real impact and grow into a leadership role? 

Our client is an enterprise SaaS scaleup in the fintech space.   

Part of their continued expansion means they’re looking for an experienced account manager to help drive sales through a portfolio of existing partners. As a senior member of the partner team, this is also an excellent opportunity to grow into a leadership role. 

What problem do they solve? Large companies' finance directors are currently attempting to drive departmental efficiencies and reduce costs, and our client sells a SaaS solution that can assist them in doing so, which is one of the factors contributing to their growth. 

You will be expected to be in their central London office two days per week. 

Selling Points

Profitable Series A Scaleup

Collaborative, ambitious and friendly culture

Opportunity to grow in to a leadership role 

Key responsibilities of the Senior Partner Account Manager

Your overall responsibility is to drive more sales through their existing partner relationships, including those with Capgemini. 

Partner Management: manage a portfolio of five partners, including Capgemini

Partner Activation: network, build relationships, provide training, and ensure your partner is equipped to sell our clients solutions

Sales Management: own the sales pipeline through partners and support on deals (discovery, demo’s) where needed 

Collaboration: work with internal teams across marketing, sales, pre-sales, and customer success to ensure partners and end customers are supported

Skills and experience the Senior Partner Account Manager must have

You’ll have experience in either a sales, account management or partnership role

Experience in an enterprise software environment with complex sales cycles to multiple stakeholders

Track record of using sales frameworks like MEDDIC

Ability to build relationships with senior stakeholders, and someone who has patience. This isn’t for people who want total control.

Degree educated 

Salary and benefits for the Senior Partner Account Manager role

£60,000 - £70,000 basic, OTE £100,000 - £120,000 plus benefits 

If this vacancy interests you, we’d be delighted to hear from you.

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Sales

Want to make a real impact and grow into a leadership role?  Our client is an enterprise SaaS scaleup in the fintech space.    Part of their continued expansion means they’re looking for an e...

Full Time
London
Posted 1 month ago

We've been retained by Xelix to find them a Head of Sales:

About the Role

We have doubled revenues for two years running and become profitable. We’re now at an exciting stage in our growth and are looking to find a Head of Sales to oversee and scale our sales function.

In this role, you will hire, coach, train, and develop a team of account executives, SDRs, and pre-sales professionals, helping the business reach our ambitious goals.

Here’s why this opportunity might not be a fit for you:

You'll collaborate closely with the founders and standards are high

We’re scrappy and chaotic (in a good way), so you’ll be comfortable with this and excited about the implementation of systems and processes.

Making decisions is important, but we don’t procrastinate. We hire bright people who want to move quickly. You will be busy.

The job is based two to three days in our office in Shoreditch.

Our interview process:

  1. Video interview with Paul Roiter, CEO
  2. Presentation to Paul and Max Whyte, Co-Founder, at our offices
  3. In person culture interview & meet the team

Responsibilities

Developing and Implementing Sales Strategy: Create and execute a strategic sales plan that aligns with the company's goals, targeting appropriate enterprise market segments and setting clear objectives for the sales team.

Building and Directing the Sales Team: Recruit, train, and manage a sales team comprising AEs, SDRs, and pre-sales. This includes setting sales targets, monitoring performance, providing coaching and fostering a collaborative, fun and motivational team environment.

Market Analysis and Insight: Conduct comprehensive market research to understand CFO industry trends, identify emerging opportunities and stay ahead of the competition. 

Sales Forecasting and Reporting: Regularly forecast future sales and provide detailed reports to the senior team members. Analyse sales data to identify trends, successes, challenges and areas for improvement.

Collaboration with Other Departments: Work closely with marketing, product and customer success teams to ensure a cohesive approach to client satisfaction, product improvement and the alignment of sales strategies.

Requirements

Track record of managing sales teams that have consistently met and exceeded targets in an enterprise environment.

Experience managing teams using MEDDICC, value-based selling, and/or similar sales methodologies.

Experience managing sales teams with long and complex sales cycles, with multiple stakeholders.

Successful sales career in the enterprise software space before moving into a people management role.

Salary and benefits

Competitive salary plus bonus

27 days holiday (24 days + 3 days when we close over Christmas)

Comprehensive private medical & dental cover

About Xelix

Xelix is an enterprise SaaS company offering an AI-powered Control Centre for Accounts Payable teams. We work with some of the largest global companies to automate and enhance their financial control processes.

We pride ourselves on providing 10/10 customer support and love to co-develop functionality with customers. See our customer reviews here: https://www.g2.com/products/xelix/reviews

Xelix has raised £6m in Seed and Series A funding from VC investors Fintop Capital, Passion Capital and Localglobe, as well as seasoned angels such as Paul Forster (founder of indeed.com) and Simon Burke (ex-CEO of Virgin).

Want to know more about our employee experience? Head to our Glassdoor reviews.

We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace. We believe that diversity of experience, perspective, and background leads to a better environment for our employees and a better service for our clients. We are an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds, including but not limited to, race, religion, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other protected status. Our commitment to inclusion across race, gender, age, religion, identity, and experience drives us forward every day.

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Sales

We’ve been retained by Xelix to find them a Head of Sales: About the Role We have doubled revenues for two years running and become profitable. We’re now at an exciting stage in our growth and...

Full Time
London
Posted 1 month ago

Are you a strong copywriter with great social media skills in the B2B technology sector? 

Our client is a stable, privately owned, and award winning business that sells software to financial teams across a wide variety of industries, spanning charities, hospitality, the public sector, and professional services. 

The business has been established for thirty years, with sixty employees and a marketing team of three. 

You will be expected to be in their office in the City of London three days per week. Liverpool Street is a 7-minute walk, while Moorgate is an 8-minute walk.

Selling Points

Great marketing leader to support you.

Well established company that’s not reliant on VC money.

Proven technology solutions used by a wide variety of companies across the globe. 

Key responsibilities of the Content Marketing Executive

Content marketing: plan and create a wide range of content - reports, thought leadership, videos, newsletters, blogs, webinars, utilising subject matter experts - this role is one that requires excellent writing skills 

SEO: create content that helps with search engine optimisation, using Wordpress to upload content to the CMS and enhancing on-page SEO

Social Media: be responsible for planning and executing social media content across LinkedIn and Twitter  

Webinars: help plan and launch webinars 

Events: support on and attend industry events 

Skills and experience the Content Marketing Executive must have

A minimum of 2 years of experience in a B2B marketing role from the technology sector

Excellent writing skills with a track record of creating content 

Track record of managing social media accounts

Excellent communication skills with a friendly and warm personality

Degree educated 

Salary and benefits for the Content Marketing Executive role

£35,000 - £40,000 basic + pension, healthcare, life insurance, 25 days holiday plus bank holidays  

If this vacancy interests you, we’d be delighted to hear from you.

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B2B Marketing

Are you a strong copywriter with great social media skills in the B2B technology sector?  Our client is a stable, privately owned, and award winning business that sells software to financial team...

Full Time
London
Posted 1 month ago

Want to be part of a fast growing enterprise SaaS company as it builds out its customer success function? 

Our client is a high growth SaaS startup that is currently building out its customer success function, giving you the opportunity to help shape something from the ground up. 

The company, which sells enterprise software to finance teams, has doubled revenues year over year for the last two years. Having completed their Series A in 2022, the company now has over 50 employees who are all UK-based.  

You will be expected to be in their central London office (Old Street) two days per week. 

What’s in it for you?

Join a stable and profitable Series A Scaleup

Help shape the processes and systems 

Work in a fast-paced and collaborative environment 

Key responsibilities of the Partner Customer Success Manager

Reporting to the Head of Customer Success and sitting within the customer success team, you’ll be responsible for the success of their existing partners. Day to day, you’ll be involved in:

Partner Management: be the key point of contact for partners, understanding their businesses, priorities and objectives

Onboarding: onboard new customers and help them get the most out of the company’s solutions, constantly innovating new ways of doing this 

Customer Success: proactively support the customers day to day, introducing new features to them and solving their problems

Renewals: manage contract renewals, focus on minimising client churn, and actively promote the adoption of additional offerings, aiming to enhance contract values

Technical Support: efficiently handle and resolve both technical and general inquiries, ensuring effective problem-solving

Training: organise and lead training sessions, producing the materials to support this

Customer Advocates: identify customer advocates and work with marketing to produce customer testimonials 

Account Expansion: work closely with the sales team to identify opportunities to expand accounts 

Voice of the Customer: represent the voice of the customer in workshops with product teams 

Customer Satisfaction: retain clients, make them happy and measure the success of this 

Skills and experience the Partner Customer Success Manager must have

Customer success and/or account management experience in the enterprise SaaS space 

Experience managing complex enterprise solutions with engagement at senior levels within those clients 

You’ll be able to demonstrate managing upsells, cross-sells and renewals on your own

You’ll be personable, articulate, and ambitious with good energy 

Salary and benefits for the Partner Customer Success Manager role

£45,000 - £55,000 basic, plus £8,000 bonus and benefits 

If this vacancy interests you, we’d be delighted to hear from you.

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Customer Success

Want to be part of a fast growing enterprise SaaS company as it builds out its customer success function?  Our client is a high growth SaaS startup that is currently building out its customer suc...

Full Time
London
Posted 2 months ago

Excited about being the first presales engineer for a profitable enterprise SaaS business? 

Our client is a high growth SaaS startup that is currently building out its presales function, giving you the opportunity to help shape something from the ground up. 

The company, which sells enterprise software to finance teams, has doubled revenues year over year for the last two years. Having completed their Series A in 2022, the company now has over 50 employees who are all UK-based.  

You will be expected to be in their central London office (Old Street) two days per week. 

What’s in it for you?

Join a stable and profitable Series A Scaleup

Help shape the processes and systems 

Work in a fast-paced and collaborative environment 

Key responsibilities of the Senior Solutions Consultant

Reporting to the Head of Customer Success, you’ll be responsible for the implementation, adoption, and expansion of key accounts with ARR in excess of £1.5 million. Day to day, you’ll be involved in:

Demonstrations: lead technical demonstrations and presentations of solutions to customers.

Discovery: understand customer requirements and challenges and develop tailored solutions that meet their needs.

Sales Support: collaborate with sales teams to identify and qualify opportunities, providing technical expertise throughout the sales process.

RFPs: Respond to technical queries and Requests for Proposals (RFPs) with comprehensive, clear, and accurate information.

Insights: Work closely with product and engineering teams to provide customer feedback and insights, helping guide product development.

Market and Competitor Research: develop and maintain extensive knowledge of market trends, competitor products, and industry developments.

Training: provide training and support to junior pre-sales engineers as we hire them and sales staff.

Technical Advisor: establish and maintain strong relationships with customers and partners, serving as a technical advisor.

Skills and experience the Senior Solutions Consultant must have

Degree in engineering, computer science, IT, or five years of relevant work experience.

A minimum of five years of experience in a pre-sales engineering role.

Knowledge of accounting or financial software solutions. 

Proven ability to understand complex technical products and solutions.

Strong communication and presentation skills, with the ability to convey technical concepts to non-technical audiences.

Salary and benefits for the Senior Solutions Consultant role

£60,000 - £70,000 basic, plus bonus and benefits 

If this vacancy interests you, we’d be delighted to hear from you.

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Sales

Excited about being the first presales engineer for a profitable enterprise SaaS business?  Our client is a high growth SaaS startup that is currently building out its presales function, giving y...

Full Time
London
Posted 2 months ago

Want to be part of a fast growing SaaS company as it builds out its customer success function? 

Our client is a high growth SaaS startup that is currently building out its customer success function, giving you the opportunity to help shape something from the ground up. 

The company, which sells enterprise software to finance teams, has doubled revenues year over year for the last two years. Having completed their Series A in 2022, the company now has over 50 employees who are all UK-based.  

You will be expected to be in their central London office (Old Street) two days per week. 

What’s in it for you?

Join a stable and profitable Series A Scaleup

Help shape the processes and systems 

Work in a fast-paced and collaborative environment 

Key responsibilities of the Senior Customer Success Manager

Reporting to the Head of Customer Success, you’ll be responsible for the implementation, adoption, and expansion of key accounts with ARR in excess of £1.5 million. Day to day, you’ll be involved in:

Onboarding: onboard new customers and help them get the most out of the company’s solutions, constantly innovating new ways of doing this 

Customer Success: proactively support the customers day to day, introducing new features to them and solving their problems

Renewals: manage contract renewals, focus on minimising client churn, and actively promote the adoption of additional offerings, aiming to enhance contract values

Technical Support: efficiently handle and resolve both technical and general inquiries, ensuring effective problem-solving

Training: organise and lead training sessions, producing the materials to support this

Customer Advocates: identify customer advocates and work with marketing to produce customer testimonials 

Account Expansion: work closely with the sales team to identify opportunities to expand accounts 

Voice of the Customer: represent the voice of the customer in workshops with product teams 

Customer Satisfaction: retain clients, make them happy and measure the success of this 

Skills and experience the Senior Customer Success Manager must have

Customer Success experience in the enterprise SaaS space 

Excellent communications skills, both in writing and in person

An aptitude for technology, being analytical and solving problems 

Salary and benefits for the Senior Customer Success Manager role

£45,000 - £55,000 basic, plus £8,000 bonus and benefits 

If this vacancy interests you, we’d be delighted to hear from you.

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Customer Success

Want to be part of a fast growing SaaS company as it builds out its customer success function?  Our client is a high growth SaaS startup that is currently building out its customer success functi...

Full Time
Oxford
Posted 3 months ago

Want to join a fast-paced and high-growth technology and services business? 

Over the last decade, our client has seen stable and high growth as they’ve expanded from a UK-centric business to one with a global footprint. 

Offering a mix of software, information, and advisory services to a wide range of businesses, they’re now at a time when they need to hire someone to evolve and communicate their story to customers and their employees.

This role requires you to be in their Oxford office two to three days per week. There is parking, and the office is a short walk from Oxford train station.  

Selling Points

Fast-paced, social, fun and caring culture 

Diverse business 

Room for ideas and creativity 

Regular coaching and training sessions 

Key responsibilities of the Marketing Communications Manager include

Managing a team of four, you and your team will be responsible for marketing to existing customers and internal employees. 

People Management: nurture and manage a team of four marketers 

Customer Marketing: market existing products and solutions to customers, primarily through email marketing

Employer Branding: work with the talent and people team to help tell the company’s story to prospective employees 

Communications: be the communications expert and support other teams with messaging, brand, etc. 

Skills and experience the Marketing Communications Manager must have

B2B marketing communications experience 

People management experience (managing at least one person)

Good writing skills 

Well organised and proactive 

Salary and benefits for the Marketing Communications Manager role

£40,000 - £46,000 basic + 5% pension, 25 days holiday 

If this vacancy interests you, we’d be delighted to hear from you.

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B2B Marketing

Want to join a fast-paced and high-growth technology and services business?  Over the last decade, our client has seen stable and high growth as they’ve expanded from a UK-centric business to one w...