Metaplane is a renowned observability platform designed to aid data teams in continuous monitoring of their data pipelines. The platform enables these teams to swiftly identify when things are wrong and how to rectify them. Distinguished companies such as Imperfect Foods, Reforge, Drift, Vendr, and Appcues have significantly benefited from Metaplane's services.
Rooted in Boston, the startup boasts a remote-friendly environment, led by MIT and HubSpot alumni, and supported by leading investors like Y Combinator and Flybridge.
The company’s focus is not just to build a top-notch data observability platform, but also to enlighten data teams on the data quality benefits that Metaplane offers. They're currently searching for a Senior Marketing Designer, who'll be responsible for providing art direction to a team of freelance creatives.
The successful candidate will take full charge of the visual aspects of the brand's presence, addressing everything from layout design to multimedia production. The role involves close collaboration with the marketing team and the founders, and occasional cooperation with the entire Metaplane team.
At Metaplane, their vision is to create a brand with a distinctive visual identity. As their Senior Marketing Designer, the chosen individual will be expected to,
The role requires 5-7 years of B2B SaaS brand/marketing design experience, preferably in a startup targeting technical teams. Also, excellent interpersonal skills, a degree in a relevant field, and advanced skills in Figma or other creative platforms are essential.
Workers at Metaplane can enjoy benefits such as competitive salary and equity, full coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance, 401(k) plan with employer match, and other benefits.
The company also emphasizes diversity and inclusion, welcoming people of all backgrounds, abilities, and perspectives.
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