Contract Field Marketing Program Manager (6 months) - Remote

Contract Field Marketing Program Manager (6 months) - Remote

02 May 2024
Florida, Orlando, 32801 Orlando USA

Contract Field Marketing Program Manager (6 months) - Remote

It's fun to work in a company where people truly BELIEVE in what they're doing!We're committed to bringing passion and customer focus to the business.The RoleProofpoint is seeking a results-driven Contract Field Marketing Programs Manager who thrives in a fast-paced environment to join the Americas Field Marketing team. The team is responsible for regional marketing strategies that drive demand and contribute to pipeline creation for the business. They play an active role for the area sales team ensuring they are benefiting from global marketing programs as well as executing regional programs to ensure success across all territories. The ideal candidate will thrive in a collaborative environment and be focused on meeting quarterly goals.Your day-to-day

Support Field Marketing team in delivering marketing programs to drive pipeline growth and customer loyalty for the Americas Sales Teams. These integrated marketing programs may include:

Roadshows, seminars, virtual events, tradeshows supporting net-new, cross-sell and upsell opportunities

C-level campaigns: programs to create/accelerate opportunities and position Proofpoint as a thought leader

Alliance Partner Marketing programs: build partner co-marketing programs into regional marketing plans

Greenfield programs: targeting new contact and account acquisition

Facilitate highly successful virtual event programs in multiple languages

Create campaigns, invitation emails and landing pages via Marketo

Responsible for data entry of leads from marketing events and lead uploads via Marketo

Support the creation of targeted direct mail campaigns

Manage appointment setting campaigns

Monitor campaign accuracy within Salesforce

Own event recruitment programs with 3rd party vendors

Source promotional items, monitor inventory management, and oversee fulfillment houses.

Ensure that marketing collateral is updated and marketing event equipment is current and in good working condition

Executes purchase orders and invoice process with vendors

Onsite event support, when required

What you bring to the team

Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing or Communications

3-5 years of related marketing experience

Should have a passion for Field Marketing

Strong project management skills

Detail-oriented, able to meet deadlines efficiently while maintaining high standards of execution

Ability to work well under pressure, managing multiple priorities independently

Strong communication skills

Must like to work in a collaborative environment with team goals

Marketo and SalesForce.com experience required

#LI-PH1If you like wild growth and working with happy, enthusiastic over-achievers, you'll enjoy your career with us!Proofpoint has been honored with five Best Places to Work Awards in 2024 by workplace culture leader Comparably, including Best Company Outlook, Best Global Culture, Best Engineering Teams, Best Sales Teams, and Best HR Teams.To view additional awards, please visit www.proofpoint.com/us/news#awardsProofpoint thrives on the invaluable contributions of our diverse workforce, which encompasses a kaleidoscope of lived experiences, thoughts, perspectives, and professional expertise. We attribute much of our success to our people, who are at the core of our organization and embody our people-centric ethos.We hire the most innovative minds globally to safeguard our customers’ sensitive data and intellectual property. Our talented workforce develops and leverages our advanced technology, combining their expertise to provide comprehensive protection against threat actors and mitigate the risks posed by both malicious and negligent employees.Cyberattacks have the potential to disrupt access to vital resources such as energy, water, transportation, healthcare, and financial services. At Proofpoint, our dedicated team works tirelessly to ensure world-class cyber resilience, protecting approximately 8,000 enterprise customers worldwide.We are committed to creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment. We work every day to ensure that our employees feel that they are in a community that celebrates their unique identity, cultivates their sense of belonging, and invests in their professional growth. We have 9 employee-led employee inclusion groups which help support both employees and our organization by providing opportunities to network, discuss career and cultural development and uplift the corporate culture to create a more inclusive workplace.At Proofpoint, we have a passion for protecting people, data, and brands from today’s advanced threats and compliance risks. We hire the best people in the business to:

Build and enhance our proven security platform

Blend innovation and speed in a constantly evolving cloud architecture

Analyze new threats and offer deep insight through data-driven intel

Collaborate with customers to help solve their toughest security challenges

We are singularly devoted to helping our customers protect what matters most. That’s why we’re a leader in next-generation cybersecurity—and why more than half of the Fortune 100 trust us as a security partner.Proofpoint is an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability.Proofpoint is an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability.

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