Netflix is the world's leading streaming entertainment service with 193 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages.
Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments.
This global success came in the wake of systematic investments in multiple international markets, ultimately transforming Netflix into a lovebrand and a vigorous business outside the United States.
In this trajectory, Mexico has played an important role being one of the first countries where the service was launched, where Netflix produced its first international series Club de Cuervos, to win one of its first Oscars for Roma, and so much more.
Our Mexican consumers and fans are one of the most engaged in the world!Today, we have a very strong slate of locally produced shows, films, docs, unscripted out of Mexico, and that combined with our great global stories, makes our offer unique, accessible and appealing to the Mexican market.
This role will be based in our new office in Mexico City. The Role This Director role will manage a growing Marketing team elaborating country specific strategies.
We seek to hire an experienced professional, inspiring and creative leader who can bring sharp, sophisticated thinking to the team while elevating executional excellence both internally (strategies, presentations, memos, cross-functional collaboration) and externally (campaigns, creative assets).
Experience & Skills
Someone open to connect autonomously with a vast network of collaborators seeking to understand how Marketing can holistically impact our business.
An idea oriented mind who can leverage powerful cultural insights to produce earned media results as the basis of our communication efforts.
Someone who is not afraid to take smart risks and who can quickly learn from mistakes.
set goals and plans to support the strategy in conjunction with other cross-functional peers.