Do you wake up in the morning excited to help public sector customers innovative, transform and solve their most complex challenges? Do you have a knack for creating high quality meetups and events, technical assets and tool kits, and content that crisply convey value propositions to developers and SW engineers? The AWS Public Sector Product Marketing team is hiring a tech-savvy marketer to build a coding community!
Join us and you’ll get to work on a large-scale business and have a big impact every day as a leader. The right candidate will be highly analytical and creative, and bring deep experience marketing IT solutions to developers and technical users.
As a Developer Marketing Manager, you are responsible for driving developer adoption of AWS services and solutions across all Public Sector audiences and the partner ecosystem. You will have the opportunity to define the strategy for how we communicate to developers including positioning and messaging, and you will create compelling technical content, meetup and lab events, campaigns and programs that reach the developer community and wins hearts and minds. You’ll lead developer messaging, deliver innovative tools, and write fresh technical content that drives customer engagement and adoption. You will also manage meetup and lab events for coders and build a coder community in Public Sector.
Here are some other qualities we are looking for:
Be great fun to work with. At Amazon Web Services, we have a credo of “Work hard. Have fun. Make history”. You will be dynamic and creative, and willing to take on any challenge and make a big impact.
Enjoy communicating with customers and being part of the developer community. You will have a passion for helping customers of all shapes and sizes take their applications to the next level.
Have love technology, it’s in your DNA. In 2016 alone, AWS launched more than 1,000 new features and services, and we are continuing to innovate at a rapid pace. The ideal candidate will be passionate about technology, developers, DevOps, serverless computing and all things technology.