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- Successful track record working with US Public Sector sales team, distributors, and channel partners.
- An understanding of state & local, Civilian, DoD, and Intelligence Community agencies and ability to translate this into a cohesive marketing plan for the Public Sector.
# Manager, North America Field Marketing
As GitLab grows, it will be important to have regional leadership to scale the field marketing activities. The Manager, North America Field Marketing, is a leadership role responsible for managing field marketers in North America, including both commercial and public sector activities. The Manager, North America Field Marketing will report to the Chief Marketing Officer.
## Responsibilities
- Manage a team of field marketers to develop and execute a regional demand generation strategy in line with company sales goals.
- Represent field marketing with field sales peers and management.
- Collaborate with senior marketing leaders, finance and sales leaders to create integrated plans and budgets.
- Be a player/coach, executing and managing marketing activities.
- Hire exceptional field marketers who align with GitLab values.
## Requirements
- The manager role includes all of the requirements above, plus:
- 10+ years of marketing experience
- Strong communication skills with senior marketing and sales leaders.
- Experience managing direct or cross-functional teams of 3-10 marketers.
- Experience managing a multi-million dollar marketing budget and working with senior finance and marketing leaders on annual budgeting processes.
- Demonstrated track record of driving results and staying within a budget.
## Hiring Process
Candidates for this position can expect the hiring process to follow the order below. Please keep in mind that candidates can be declined from the position at any stage of the process. To learn more about someone who may be conducting the interview, find her/his job title on our [team page](/company/team/).
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