Head of Growth Marketing - D2C

New York
US$150000 - US$180000 per annum

Head of Growth - D2C eCommerce

New York, NY

$150,000 - $180,000

Would you like to be senior leader within a highly successful start-up whose mission is to redefine the way people enjoy cooking? Do you have a proven track record in building and implementing best-in-class Growth Marketing strategies across all channels, and uncovering new and diverse revenue streams? This is an opportunity for a Growth Marketing Guru with solid experience in the D2C space who wants to truly impact a growing company

The Role

You will be the newest member of the Executive leadership team, reporting directly into the CEO and working closely alongside the wider marketing and the creative teams. Your mission will be to grow all acquisition marketing channels (paid social, paid search, email marketing, programmatic, SEO) and diversify revenue, you will get stuck in with testing and trying out new ideas! You'll also get the chance to build the growth marketing/digital acquisition practice from the ground up and hire in a team.

In particular, you can expect to:

· Champion a brand-new growth marketing/performance marketing strategy to diversify revenue

· Work in a fast-paced, start-up environment

· Constantly test and trial your ideas to unlock new channels

· Apply data driven insights to drive performance marketing strategies across all channels

· Work closely with Operations and finance to set growth goals and drive best-ROI marketing tactics and investments

· Hire a team of Growth Marketing Analysts

Your Skills and Experience

· Bachelor's Degree required, M.S or MBA degree is highly preferable

· Proven experience in a D2C brand, in a customer acquisition, performance marketing or growth marketing role

· You will be used to working in a fast-paced, start-up environment

· Exposure to the digital advertising space, a genuine curiosity for mar-tech and digital data (Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics, DCM, DSP's, DMP's, Attribution tools)

· Experience across all digital marketing channels (display, paid social, paid search, programmatic, SEO, email)

· Experience in Loyalty marketing and retention

· Ability to pitch findings and ideas to stakeholders


The successful candidate will secure a salary of $150,000 - $180,000


Please click 'Apply Now' above or email me at


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