Posted on June 25th, 2021 | 49 days left to apply | 154 views
Paystack helps businesses in Africa get paid by anyone, from anywhere in the world. Thousands of businesses of all sizes use our modern payments platform, including MTN, UPS, AXA Mansard Insurance, and several others.
Within a little over 5 years, our close-knit team now processes over 50% of all online payments in Nigeria. Recently, we were acquired by global payments leader Stripe to accelerate online commerce across Africa.
At Paystack, we believe that we will win by recruiting talented people and giving them the space, resources, and support to do the best work of their lives. We hire skilled people who are both clever and kind, treat them with respect, and give them the means to succeed. And we would love your help!
We're looking for an experienced leader with a background in product-led growth at high growth Saas companies, to help Paystack acquire, engage, and retain Africa's most ambitious businesses.
The Product Marketing team at Paystack works across the entire product lifecycle - from generating customer insights that inform product positioning, to creating and executing go-to-market campaigns for our large suite of products.
As the Product Marketing Lead, you will build an organization that partners closely with the Product, Engineering, Sales, Design, Editorial and Customer Success teams to help shape products, and drive adoption.
The ideal candidate will have a strong background building product marketing teams at technology companies, and has deep experience implementing and evaluating quantitative, product-led growth experiments.
This is an exciting time to join the Paystack team. We're growing quickly - launching in new countries and bringing new products to our customers - and we're looking for marketer who appreciates the value of product led growth to help connect our target customer segments with the tools they need to grow successful businesses.
This is a remote-friendly, full-time role, and you'll report directly to the Head of Growth. The successful candidate will ideally be physically located within the GMT -3 to GMT +3 timezones, although we might make exceptions for great candidates. If you're based outside Nigeria, the role will require occasional travel to Lagos, Nigeria at least four times a year, when it's safer to travel.
1. Click theApply Nowbutton to go to the application form, and answer the application question.2. Application deadline is 11:59 pm WAT on Sunday, July 11th.3. In your cover letter, please take care to explain how your professional and personal experiences have set you up to thrive in this role. This is important. We find that while unsuccessful applicants tend to simply summarize their CV, successful applicants are able to clearly articulate how their background makes them uniquely suited for this role.