Sr Manager - Go To Market Strategy

Women's Health CPG

We have partnered with a Leading women's Wellness Brand, based out of Santa Monica, LA, who are looking to add a key member to their strategy team.

The position is Senior Manager of Go-To-Market Strategy, and will be focused on defining the vision for the new product across marketing and sales channels and leading the organization in the successful execution of these launches.

Here are some highlights of the Company / Role:

  • Founded in 2018 and has already grown the brand to over a half million customers just with their DTC efforts
  • The product: They have positioned themselves as a premiere wellness brand with a range supplements and vitamins that support women's health.
  • Expansion Now: The brand is expanding from wellness supplements to a broader all-encompassing women's health company.
  • High-class team, with exceptional educational and professional backgrounds.
  • The Role: focused on developing consumer target’s mindsets, attitudes, & behaviors to inform strong empathetic and strategic executions
  • Compensation: Strong Cash, and Equity on Offer
  • Logistics - Santa Monica Location, Hybrid Work Environment

The ideal candidate will have:

  • 2+ years of experience with strategy and/or marketing at an elite program like management consulting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Exceptional communication, variations on styles, and awareness of different ways to communicate with audiences
  • Strong collaboration with team members at all levels to ensure projects are effective and meet brand guidelines, compliance and overall project goals.
  • Strong leadership & communication skills: listen, mentor, and teach by example
  • Excitement for startups and building from the ground up

If you are interested in this role, please apply below and attach your resume. I will be in touch to schedule time to chat in more detail.
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