Senior Manager, Analyst Relations
Location: San Francisco, California
Job Type: Full time
Be brave, not perfect.
- Reshma Saujani
Working at Atlassian
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Your future team
Atlassian is looking for an experienced analyst relations practitioner with an understanding of the industry analyst landscape and existing relationships with either IT, Software Development, or Collaboration analyst influencers. You will join the Atlassian analyst relations program to implement Atlassian's AR strategy and partner with product marketers and product managers across the business to build relationships, master reports and manage the AR program. As an important member of the Analyst Relations team you will help shape how we implement, measure and build a nimble, effective, and modern AR function that matches Atlassian unique business model.
You'll be part of a global communications team, reporting to the Head of Analyst Relations and partnering with communications, marketing, product and corporate teams across the business.
What you'll do
- Create, nurture, and manage positive relationships with industry analysts, serving as a key, centralized contact point and connector.
- Work with designated product marketing managers and product teams to implement an AR program that influences, educates, and secures endorsements from leading analysts in our most important markets.
- Develop and implement an analyst relations program to support communications and marketing initiatives with analyst research and industry validation including regular updates, analyst inquiry, research services, and field education programs.
- Act as an advisor on how the analyst firms can contribute to marketing campaigns and internal understanding of the markets and competitors.
- Minimum of 7 years of experience in business-to-business analyst relations, for another Fortune 500 tech firm.
- Demonstrated ability to build and run analyst relations programs.
- Experience influencing important decision makers and analysts' research agenda.
- Solid experience with major and boutique analyst firms (Gartner, Forrester, IDC, 451 Research, etc.).
- An eye for simplifying sophisticated topics and technologies to their essence, and the curiosity and aim to discover share-worthy information.
- Experience collaborating with multiple teams and across global geographies with remote colleagues and partners.
- A love for collecting and sharing salient content from internal and external sources.
- An ability to prioritize high-profile projects and juggle urgent inbound requests with ease.
Our perks & benefits
To support you at work and play, our perks and benefits include ample time off, an annual education budget, paid volunteer days, and so much more.
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