Marketing Growth Manager - Humble Bundle

Marketing San Francisco, California


Position at Humble Bundle

Humble Bundle sells games, ebooks, software, and other digital content. Our mission is to support charity while providing awesome content to customers at great prices. We launched in 2010 with a single two-week Humble Indie Bundle, but we have humbly grown into a store full of games and bundles, a subscription service, a game publisher, and more. We have raised $149 million for charity and counting. And we now have over 400,000 subscribers to our Humble Monthly.

Humble Bundle is hiring a Marketing Growth Manager to help grow all of our businesses, especially our monthly subscription. This opportunity is ideal for a self-motivated, technically savvy marketer who isn't afraid to roll their sleeves up and get dirty with the data (SQL or Google Analytics) or with the messaging (write an email or make content for ads). Join a lean growth marketing team spanning advertising, email, social media, and promotional growth marketing.

Key Responsibilities

  • Drive aggressive growth in our humble brag worthy subscription business.
  • Drive new marketing programs from ideation to deployment and continuous improvement.
  • Hypothesize, run, and analyze experiments in our existing marketing channels.
  • Collaborate with the other teams to create engaging promotions.
  • Work closely with Product and Engineering teams to drive feature creation and adoption.
  • Help establish, track, and drive Marketing goals to measure success.
  • Communicate experiment results and key metrics with engaging reporting.

Experience / Requirements

  • 2-3+ years of experience in email/paid advertising or incentive channels like referrals, promos etc.
  • 2-3+ years of experience using SQL, Google Analytics, Excel, and other analytics tools.
  • Expert in A/B testing and experimentation.
  • Experience in the gaming industry is a plus.
  • Experience in ecommerce is a plus.
  • Experience in Photoshop or Sketch is a plus.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.