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Pro Audio Category Manager

| Chicago
In the span of four years, Reverb has become the largest music instrument website in the world, transforming the way musicians buy and sell gear. Our first love was guitar, and we quickly became the premiere destination for vintage instruments, obscure pedals, boutique amps and more. Five years in, our obsession and community continues to grow. We now encompass some of the most passionate drummers, synth heads, horn players, DJs, producers around the world.
What unites all musicians, no matter the instrument, is the world of recording, pro audio, and live sound. No matter what you play, you want to capture the perfect take, make a mix that gels, and put on a killer show. The Reverb Pro Audio Category Manager represents that connection for the Reverb community. You will be responsible for growing our international Pro Audio community and curating the world’s best collection of gear.
At its core, Reverb is a product-driven company. Customer experience, both for buyers and sellers, is our top priority. You should have experience using Reverb and come from a tech-related background. This role requires vision and the ability to quickly make informed decisions. You should be comfortable with the ambiguity, excitement and rewards that come with building a new business. The position is based in Chicago, IL at our HQ and requires occasional travel.
Please tell us about your home setup, albums you've worked on, studios you've recorded in, etc.
Responsibilities:
  • Work with the Director of Category & Product Marketing and senior leadership to recommend, develop and execute strategy to grow the Reverb Pro Audio community of buyers and sellers.
  • Engage with the global Pro Audio community online, in media, and in person as a voice of expertise and education.
  • Collaborate with our Content team to produce industry-leading reviews, tutorials, artist pieces, and more.
  • Guide Pro Audio catalog marketing and merchandising efforts across site/app, email, and advertising channels.
  • Curate the best new, used, and vintage Pro Audio gear for all levels of buyers.
  • Develop new global partnership opportunities with artists, suppliers, and shops.
  • Advocate for improvements to our product experience in service of Pro Audio users.
  • Train our Customer Experience team on Pro Audio concepts.
  • Own and maintain Pro Audio buyer cohorts and personas.
  • Track and report on key growth and financial metrics.
Requirements:
  • 5-10 years experience in sales, marketing, or business development, preferably with an e-commerce company.
  • Successful track record of building and growing a business, or a new division of an existing business.
  • Expertise in recording concepts and gear, music and sound production.
  • Ability to develop financial projections and manage a budget.
  • Ability to present a strategic growth plan with metrics. 
  • A quick thinker fast to act with the ability to articulate impactful strategies.
  • Experience and a network within the music instrument industry a plus.
What you'll get:
  • Competitive salary and stock options in a high growth company.
  • No-bureaucracy environment where ownership and initiative is valued.
  • Health insurance and a healthy work environment-- no 80 hour weeks.
  • 401k with 4% match.
  • Flexible vacation and sick days.
  • A MacBook Air, monitor, keyboard, mouse of your choice and standing desk.
  • Discounts on music gear.
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Location

Open, loft-style workspace conveniently located near the Paulina Brown Line.

What are Reverb.com Perks + Benefits

Reverb.com Benefits Overview

Not many people can say that they keep a bass guitar next to their desk for an impromptu jam session or that they’ve sung along as their CTO belted out Rage Against the Machine at their annual holiday party, but that’s just a day in the life of a Reverb team member. The team stays motivated through weekly all-company meetings, where several team members give TED-style talks on everything from Taekwondo to improv comedy. Another motivator? The fact that all employees have ownership in the company via stock option plans.

Every two weeks, employees learn from music gear experts from inside and outside of the organization through sessions ranging from “How to Set up Your Amp Without Blowing it Up” to “DJ Basics 101” and each month, several employees are recognized via the “Reverb Badass” prize drawing. Of course, there’s always tons of music, whether at our desks, seeping through the doors of our video room, or at a monthly happy hour — and it’s not uncommon to see a rock star roaming the halls.

Other perks we love? Monthly free lunches, daily healthy snacks, unlimited vacation, and birthday cake. Reverb’s flexible hours and vacation policy also make it an ideal workplace, particularly for musicians who might need to leave early for a gig or take off a few weeks for a European tour. Above all else, employees love working at Reverb.com because the company is making an impact: Reverb is making the world a more musical place by making it easy to buy and sell music gear.

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401(K) Matching
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Child Care & Parental Leave Benefits
Generous Parental Leave
Flexible Work Schedule
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Unlimited Vacation Policy
Paid Sick Days
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Casual Dress
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Job Training & Conferences

Additional Perks + Benefits

Competitive salary and stock options in a high-growth company. Flexible vacation and sick days. No-bureaucracy environment where ownership and initiative are valued. Discounts on music gear. 100% coverage on health insurance and a healthy work environment.

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