Marketing Events Manager (Remote, NL)
StackState has an immediate opening for an organized, detail-oriented, and creative events manager, who will design, manage, and execute the company’s events. These include online webinars, physical events (when reopening makes it safe), roundtables, customer events, and related events as defined in our marketing strategy. If you love planning and executing events and are obsessive about how these events translate into pipeline, then this is the role for you.
Generating the annual events calendar, leveraging a mix of owned and sponsored events to meet lead generation goals, and sourcing speakers where required (both from internal resources as well as external experts, partners, and customers)
Planning, preparing, and executing the events, whether in person or online
Measuring and reporting on the outcomes from the events, aligned with our funnel goals and objectives
Collaborating with members of the marketing team to ensure content within the events aligns with core messaging objectives and that promotions and communications are coordinated with other campaigns and programs
Collaborating with our BDR and sales team on follow-up activities to ensure no lead is left behind
BA in marketing, communications, or related field
3-5 years relevant experience, preferably in a B2B enterprise environment
Extremely organized and detail-oriented. You love to plan. You love checklists. You love crossing things off the list.
Ability to manage multiple programs at different stages at once
Ability to corral cross-functional resources to support event efforts
Good verbal and written communication skills
What we offer
A full-time role in a continuously growing, fun team, where your happiness is taken seriously.
Competitive salary depending on skills and interview process.
Top-of-the-line laptop and mobile phone of your choice, commute allowance, home office allowance, paid vacation (25 days per year), retirement fund.
StackState is an observability solution that helps enterprises decrease downtime and prevent outages by breaking down the silos between existing monitoring tools and tracking changes in dependencies, relationships, and configuration over time. The system relates these changes to incidents, understanding the precise change that is the root cause of an issue. Our clients realize decreases in mean-time-to-repair (MTTR), fewer outages, and lower costs associated with incidents.