Head of Public Sector Marketing

Washington DC - Baltimore Metro Area

Armis is looking for a few of the very best people in their field to join our A-team of big thinkers, doers, movers, and shakers. This unique opportunity truly offers the best of all worlds—start up culture, enterprise level benefits and security, and top pay for the industry. Got your attention yet? Good, keep reading, it only gets better.

Ok, so what exactly does Armis do?

Connected assets are growing at an explosive rate, across every industry and every geo. In today’s world of smart devices and BYOD, these assets come from every direction and are found in every possible environment and industry. And they’re critical to success for every enterprise. And because every single asset represents a very real potential vulnerability, they’re also the last line of defense against today’s sophisticated cyber criminals. 

Armis gives companies of every size—across every industry and geo—complete asset visibility, contextual intelligence, and continuous security. We have partnerships and integrations with the planet’s leading tech and cybersecurity players. And we’re building an incredibly smart and diverse global team of thought-leading technologists, creative visionaries and proven game changers who are ready to take Armis to the next level.

Do you want to work for a rapidly expanding, multi-award winning, market leading SaaS & technology firm? Do you want to be at the forefront of modern cybersecurity? Do you want to join a global success story that is on track for flotation? This is not a startup; we are 6 years + old and valued at over 3.4b USD.

We are the market leader in our field.


This Leadership role requires strong leadership, drive and ambition coupled with an innate ability to collaborate. You live and breathe Federal & SLED marketing. You know the public sector. You have years of experience in leading a public sector marketing team.


You are someone who gets stuff done, you map out your own strategy & plan. You know where to exhibit, why, where & with whom. You know how to position SaaS, cloud and platform vendors with US Federal & SLED authorities. You are both strategic and operational. You like to manage and lead a team. You are a ‘player & coach’. You are positive, professional and affable. You will report to the Senior Director, Demand Generation and have a dotted line into the Public Sector sales lead.

You work well with sales people selling into the Federal government and SLED agencies. Your team consists of another Director, Content specialist and a Field Marketing Specialist, who are all
dedicated to the Public Sector Team. You can also draw on the wider skills and services of the broader marketing organization.



Ideal candidate:


Our ideal candidate is both a “doer” and a leader and has worked with a range of firms. They like to make things happen. They are very collaborative & affable. They can develop clear strategies, plans, and can execute against them. You like to network; you like to get things done. She/he/they have direct experience in Americas Public Sector Marketing. They are culturally sensitive and possess elevated levels of emotional intelligence. They know what it is like to operate in scale-up. They know we are agile and change rapidly. You can lead without lots of direction.


The following are not exhaustive, we are flexible for the right person, experience is key however:


- 10+ years’ experience working in public sector marketing and leading a team
- You have already worked with organizations in cyber security and/or B2B technology and/or SaaS and/or cloud and Federal and SLED entities
- Excellent communicator, you are clear, concise, and affable.
- People respect you and like you.
- Skilled at working with multiple internal and external parties.
- You have strong emotional intelligence.
- You are naturally an organized person.
- You can easily maintain a calendar, prioritize responsibilities, and strategically manage your own budget.
- You gave have demonstrated success in managing contractors/agencies when and where needed.
- Comfortable in a fast-paced working environment where agility and pivoting are a part of the journey.
- Self-driven, positive, and collaborative individual. You enjoy collaborating and going it alone when needed.

Possible Career Path Opportunities:

In 16 months’ time, subject to successful performance and role availability this post-holder will be eligible to apply for a Senior Director role - if and where one is available. Furthermore after 16 months of consecutive high performance, the post-holder may elect to choose to apply for alternate roles within the Marketing organization and/or wider business. We recognize and reward talent. We are always keen to ensure we promote from within wherever possible.

What we offer

A great working environment. It is true. We are a lovely firm. With regards to benefits here are some of them: We offer comprehensive health benefits, flexible time off, an inclusive and balanced workplace, and an environment where you can grow, be an impact player, and thrive!

 

Salary range guidance for this position is: $170,000- $250,000

The salary range listed does not include other forms of compensation or benefits (e.g. i.e. bonuses, commissions, stocks, health insurance benefits, etc.) offered to candidates. Visit our careers site for more information on benefits at Armis.

The choices you make in your career journey matter. You want to do interesting work in an important field while also having time to live your life, which is why we place so much value in your life-work balance. Armis sets you up for success with comprehensive health benefits, discretionary time off, paid holidays including monthly me days, and a highly inclusive and diverse workplace. Put your unique experiences and perspective to work in an environment where they will enable you to thrive, grow, and live your life with integrity.

Armis is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We never discriminate based on race, ethnicity, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status or any other legally protected (or not) status. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to submit satisfactory proof of identity and legal authorization.

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