We at Kerio take a great pride at having built an efficient marketing team. We are looking to add someone who is passionate about the intersection of technology and customers - products management - and who wants to make a difference.
The marketing team at Kerio is global, with members based in California, England, and the Czech Republic. Being on the team has its rewards - we take each other's unique perspectives on what works in our geographies and then we figure out products and marketing campaigns that resonate with a global audience. And it has its challenges - like early-morning calls or coordinating efforts across multiple time zones.
As a product manager, you'd join a team of 13 marketing professionals. We support three IT infrastructure products: Kerio Connect, a messaging server that simplifies corporate email for the mobile workforce; Kerio Control, a security appliance with the best UI in the UTM category; and Kerio Operator a VoIP PBX which turns office phone networks into an easy-to-manage IT affaire.
We expect you to have a deep knowledge of IT vocabulary – it’s good to know what a REST API is for example. But we also expect you to have a heart of a modern marketer who gets the fine balance between 'marketing is science' and 'marketing is art'. You can make people believe in our products and you can rally up people behind your idea.
If this sounds like you or you know someone who might be interested, here's the job posting:
Senior Product Manager (San Jose)
P.S. As a team, we still have to come to a resolution on which brewery makes the best beer in the world. (Obviously, that would be Pilsner Urquell from the Czech Republic but some people on the team still need some convincing.) You’d likely have the opportunity to sample some Pilsner Urquell in the Czech Republic, where our R&D team is located, so you can decide for yourself.
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