We are Multiverse, a tech startup on a mission. Through apprenticeships, we’re building an outstanding alternative to university and corporate training to develop a diverse group of future leaders. We have grown 4x in revenue through that work over the past year, and more importantly, now train over 8,000 apprentices. To drive that growth, we’ve raised a Series D of $220m to further expand our programmes across the US and the UK!Today, we work with over 600 clients, including Facebook, Morgan Stanley, KPMG, Citi and Microsoft… and we’re just getting started.
tl;dr: Multiverse is looking for an exceptional Head of Product Marketing to support both sides of our marketplace (attracting apprentices and matching them to incredible opportunities with companies).
We’re looking for an experienced product marketer to lead our small, but mighty, UK product marketing team. . This is a new role with big aspirations, and we’re looking for someone who is obsessed with understanding customer needs and translating these into a regional go-to-market strategy. You get an incredible amount of energy from partnering closely with both sales and product teams; you enjoy strategy as much as execution; and, you’re excited to take ownership of high-profile initiatives, like building out our go-to-market launch playbook
About the role:
What’s in it for you?
Our commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
We’re an equal opportunities employer. And proud of it. Every applicant and employee is afforded the same opportunities regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. This will never change.
Right to work
Do you have the right to work in the UK? Unfortunately, at this time we cannot offer sponsorship for this role and we cannot consider overseas applications.
All posts in Multiverse involve some degree of responsibility for safeguarding. Successful applicants are required to complete a Disclosure Form from the Disclosure and Barring Service ("DBS") for the position. Failure to declare any convictions (that are not subject to DBS filtering) may disqualify a candidate for appointment or result in summary dismissal if the discrepancy comes to light subsequently.