Senior Manager, Growth & Marketing

San Francisco, CA
Growth & Marketing
Full-Time
Trim is a venture-backed fintech startup based in San Francisco. Our mission is to make Americans financially healthy at scale. In the past four years, we've saved our users more than $30M.

We are a tight-knit team and come to work every day because we enjoy working with each other. We prioritize team culture as much as we do our customers.

We're hiring a Senior Manager of Growth & Marketing to accelerate user & revenue growth across all paid and owned channels.

These include:

Social media ads
Affiliate partners
Lifecycle emails
Referrals

This role is full-time and reports to the COO.

Responsibilities:

    • Drive top-line results in order to hit weekly, quarterly, and annual growth targets
    • Optimize existing channels and allocate budget to maximize ROI
    • Develop new channels to drive growth
    • Own our quantitative growth model, which shows ROI on every dollar we spend
    • Own all growth analytics
    • Build out a team to execute your strategy

Qualifications:

    • 5+ years experience in growth & marketing 
    • Experience working in high-growth, performance-focused environments that demand real ownership and the ability to solve problems creatively
    • Expert SQL skills — your ability to tap into our data pipeline will be key to your success
    • Professional experience in modeling, data analysis, and BI visualization tools

Why apply?

    • Easy commute to our office at 544 Market Street (right off Montgomery BART).
    • Competitive salary and equity compensation.
    • Unlimited Vacation Policy!
    • Full benefits, including top-tier medical, dental, and vision insurance.
    • Standard start-up perks: free lunches, delicious snacks, and plenty of succulents.
    • Weekly happy hours, monthly cross-team events, and quarterly company outings. White water rafting, skiing in Tahoe, and Sonoma vineyard tours to name a few!
We are committed to a workplace that reflects the users we serve. We especially encourage women, people of color, and others who are underrepresented in the tech industry to apply.