**Summary of Duties: **Responsible for the development of innovative marketing programs that drive demand within the Fraud and Security Intelligence portfolio at SAS, including positioning, messaging and competitive differentiation. Leverage extensive industry/solution domain expertise and networks within the topics of Anti-Money Laundering, counter-terrorist financing, Customer Due Diligence and KYC and to drive strategy and messaging in SASs target markets. Act as a front-line spokesperson with external audiences. Create and deliver credible and unique viewpoints to differentiate SAS in the market. Plan the launch of new products and releases within the AML portfolio, and manage the implementation of the plan. Actively work with sales, field marketing, and product management to enable channel and product readiness. May work remotely pursuant to SAS' Flexible Work Program.
Works as an Individual Contributor and reports to Director, Marketing. Note that this is not a managerial role, but rather at the Individual Contributor level who reports to a high level manager, Director, Marketing.
**Qualifications: **Position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Marketing, Computer Science, or a related field plus three (3) years of experience in the job offered or three (3) years of experience as a Digital Marketing Manager, Digital Marketing Executive, or a related occupation.
Requires extensive domain experience in the technology or industry area directly related to the area of assignment. Requires product and service offering knowledge. Requires advanced knowledge of topics such as Anti-Money Laundering, counter-terrorist financing, and Customer Due Diligence and KYC within the banking industry. Requires experience in demonstrating product and service capabilities in terms of the customer’s business problem. Requires the ability to articulate and translate product and service capabilities into the customer issue context. Requires the ability to map product/portfolio and customer business plans into product marketing plans. Requires skills in effective communication, influencing, and negotiation. Requires strong writing skills, including the ability to translate technical information into simple, audience-appropriate language. May work remotely pursuant to SAS' Flexible Work Program.
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