"Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything..." - Steve Jobs
At Schema, we are not making a product. We are reimagining the future of computing and software. We are innovating on the very forefront of how we interact with files and file system and how we work. It is a lofty task we've given ourselves, but I will be lying if I don't tell you that what we are launching will be the most exciting thing to happen in the consumer software space for at least the last ten years.
If you want to work for a company that will be remembered as a daring pioneer in the history of computing, come join us.
The role: Growth hacking intern
You will be directly working with me (the CEO of the company) to execute growth strategies while not blowing our stealth cover. You’ll own the growth hacking ideas, initiatives, and execution, and you'll get the opportunity to get ongoing coaching to develop your marketing expertise.
- Lead the way when it comes to new lead generation channels
- Experiment cool ideas to get traction
- Manage our media presence
- Manage the weekly reporting process
- Plus any other area you'd like to get exposure in
- You must be comfortable taking an idea from zero-to-one with no set instructions
- You must be action biased, meaning you'd rather go out experimenting than spending half a day making a plan
- You must be comfortable with delivering results in a short amount of time
- You enjoy being with people and you never run out of ideas
- Excellent communication and writing skills
- You need to be able to work in the London timezone
You will be working closely with me and you will be joining a visionary team backed by some of the most high profile investors across the Atlantic, including the co-founder of Twitter.
This position is unpaid and you will receive ongoing marketing training and I'm generous with references, intros and anything else I could help with. Strong performance could lead to a full time position.
Now, I shall conclude by quoting the second half of Steve's line above "... It’s very fortunate if you can work on just one of these in your career." So don't miss it.