Oxide is building a modern computer platform to open up cloud computing to the vast and under-served on-premises IT market. We are looking for someone who is excited to not only tell the Oxide story to the market, but to help internal teams working with our customers, and customers themselves, better understand and make use of the products we are building.
As a Technical Product Marketing leader working at Oxide, you will:
Work closely with teams including Product, Engineering and Sales to shape go-to-market strategy, product positioning, and building the necessary supporting materials.
Invest time learning from both existing and prospective customers, drawing insights from their business and technical needs that will inform the product roadmap.
Use customer research to develop user personas, identify use cases, and create compelling user stories for each industry.
Develop clear messaging in support of all go-to-market efforts; from website content to getting-started documentation for customers.
Work to build a deep competency across Oxide products, from low-level design decisions to service-level functionality, and stay well informed of the competitive landscape.
Represent Oxide in our technical partner discussions and with the analyst community.
These responsibilities are just a starting place! We’re a small company, we don’t have rigid roles, and we have a lot to do – we can help you grow wherever your interests take you.
You will thrive in this role if you:
Are curious about user journeys, from how they are building/deploying/running infrastructure today and the business drivers/constraints that they are operating within.
Can understand complex technical systems and distill them down into the value that they deliver.
Believe deeply in the power of storytelling and enjoy connecting product capabilities to how they make customers lives better.
Possess excellent communication skills across a variety of media and target audiences, from presenting to customers and partners to writing product documentation.
Pride yourself in developing a deep understanding of the product, from high level benefits to the low level technical details.
Get excited about a wide range of technical topics and dig really deep into them.
Don’t mind coworkers getting really excited about decades-old computers.
If you don’t meet 100% of these qualifications you should still seriously consider applying – at least one of us was missing each of these at the outset!