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Regional Marketing Manager - Public Sector

Position Description: Okta is looking for a Public Sector Marketing Manager to manage field / regional events, programs and campaigns specifically targeting US Federal, State & Local Government and Education verticals.  In partnership with the Sr. Manager of Public Sector Marketing, sales and the broader marketing team, this person will be responsible for contributing to the overall public sector marketing strategy; planning and executing field / regional events, programs and campaigns that align to ‘go-to-market plays and are selected to meet pipeline/ revenue goals. 

The Public-Sector Marketing Manager role is an opportunity to make a key contribution, working across business areas and vertical markets to develop unique customer and prospect experiences that drive business impact. 

The ideal candidate must be a results-oriented marketer that gets things done- a roll up your sleeves type of person. The role will require proven ability to effectively work and collaborate with cross-functional internal teams, including sales, marketing and operations, as well as external partners and vendors.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Build strategic marketing plans that incorporate various field / regional events, programs and campaigns designed to contribute to annual pipeline goals and support sales achievement of revenue objectives. 
  • Execute on public sector marketing strategy- define, project manage and execute to event program goals, messaging, tactics, audience generation/email campaigns, speaker plan, collateral, on site execution, post-show leads processing & follow-up, and other logistics.
  • Monitor and facilitate lead funnel management across all activities, and report program results to all stakeholders.
  • Oversee inventory, maintenance and distribution of regional event properties, promotional items and collateral for sales & field events. 
  • Work closely with strategic field alliance and technology partners to build joint marketing programs and execute co-branded tactics that support public sector strategy and annual revenue goals.
  • Effectively work cross-functionally with teams across Okta to include field and inside sales, marketing, operations, alliances, PR, legal, and procurement to efficiently and effectively execute plans and achieve goals.
  • Clearly communicate public sector marketing strategy, activities, goals and outcomes to all stakeholders, as well as other internal cross-functional teams.

Minimum REQUIRED Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Demonstrated experience in program, event creation and campaign management to include measuring and reporting of success metrics/business impact.
  • Ability to plan strategically while also executing tactically
  • 4-6 years of experience marketing to US Federal, State & Local Government, or Education IT audience.
  • Experience planning and co-marketing with strategic reseller, distribution and or technology partners.
  • Budget Management to include all aspects of pre-event procurement and post-event reconciliation.
  • A proven track record of complex event programs with varied stakeholders, multiple product lines, and representing various cross teams within the organization.
  • Project management including budgets, venue selection, vendor sourcing and management, project plan, event show flow, promotion and registration, content development, on-site management.
  • Master of multi-tasking, prioritization, and timelines
  • Experience with sales and marketing automation systems – Salesforce and Marketo, preferred
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills. 
  • Thrives in rapid growth, fast paced environment and adapts well to change
  • Ability to work independently with minimal direction
  • Team player with a positive attitude.
  • Some travel will be required

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