Growth-Hacker (H/F)

  • CDI 
  • Paris
  • Bac +5 / Master
  • > 2 ans

La tribu



  • Logistique, Mobilité, SaaS / Cloud Services
  • De 50 à 250 salariés

Le poste

Growth-Hacker (H/F)

  • CDI 
  • Paris

À propos

Founded in 2014, Cubyn is a fully integrated fulfillment solution for e-commerce companies allowing them to stock their items in Cubyn’s warehouse and automatically process their orders. Cubyn raised 7M€ + 12M€ and is developing its new fulfilment solution with both french and international vendors.

Descriptif du poste

As a Growth-Hacker you’ll be working in the Growth team to set the growth strategy, build your own experiments and analyse them.
You are ambitious, always raise the standards, thrive on going the extra-mile and have a “getting things done” mindset. This is a real opportunity for you to make a difference and measure your impact in a faced paced environment !

Missions :
• Leverage data to identify and qualify prospects for Cubyn
• Optimize Cubyn’s acquisition funnel using tech
• Find new ways of generating and qualifying leads
• Design, build and analyse growth experiments

Profil recherché

Profile :
• 2 years in a growth/marketing team
• You have a strong analytical mindset
• You are tech savvy, can build scripts, scrapers (python, javascript, SQL…)

What you get at Cubyn:
• Work in a fast growing company
• Have direct and visible impact on the company’s growth
• The perfect environment to gain knowledge, acquire new skills and evolve quickly
• Events and drinks with the team
• Gymlib

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