It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
It’s a time when people start scrambling to finalize holiday celebrations and ensure they’ve bought gifts for everyone on their list.
Amid the chaos of the holidays, they’re also compiling wish lists of their own, so they’re not unwrapping another pair of socks. (No judgments from us if this made your list.)
It’s almost 2018, though, so many people aren’t penning their lists or consulting hard-copy cookbooks for holiday recipes—they’re “pinning” them.
Whether it’s in pursuit of cooking advice, decoration ideas or gift guides, millions of people turn to Pinterest in preparation for the holidays.
According to the site’s blog, Pinterest receives more than 750 million holiday-related searches every year.
With so many consumers exploring the site for ideas, this offers plenty of potential for brand managers to advertise on the social media platform.
In the spirit of providing stellar advertising on Pinterest, the organization seeks a product marketing manager for ad measurement in San Francisco.
One main task for the holder of this job is to ensure partners are getting the most out of their advertising efforts on the site. The position requires a minimum of seven years’ experience in product marketing.
Pinterest describes the role:
We’re looking for a Product Marketing Manager who will help us launch ads measurement products and third party solutions to help partners understand and improve the effectiveness of their advertising on Pinterest. In this role, you’ll represent our measurement capabilities internally and externally with the goal of activating partners and providing our Product Management and Engineering teams with a clear perspective on the market needs and value proposition. You’ll be the glue that brings teams together through the Go-To-Market process and ensure that we’re delivering value to both partners and Pinners.
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