Green Visor Capital

Management Company, LLC

Director of Growth at WeFunder
San Francisco, CA, US
We have a hard time saying "growth hacker" with a straight face; we're not quite used to the latest Silicon Valley buzzword. But, at the end of the day, that's the most concise way of saying "we're looking for a marketing manager that can code".

We're focused on driving new accredited investors to sign up for Wefunder, so startups get more funding. It's a brand new world: for the first time in 80 years, companies can advertise their fundraising efforts to the general public.

We're looking for a self-directed marketing brain that can come up with new ideas to drive investor acquisition, and then have the skills to execute them single-handedly. The ideal person can ‘scale up' to manage a marketing team as Wefunder grows, yet, particularly in these early stages, get their hands dirty with the actual work.
Responsibilities include:

Improving our SEO
Creating targeted Facebook & Twitter ads for various niches
Overseeing the creation of blog articles
Tweaking our rewards program to enhance sharing & virality
Creating & AB testing landing pages to increase conversion
Measuring results with KISSmetrics & Google Analytics
Identifying and interacting with niche online investing communities

You should have enough HTML and Ruby on Rails experience to be self-sufficient as a marketer. You'll be expected to do things like commit to git, deploy to Heroku, modify basic html, create landing pages, and run simple database queries.

Market-rate salaries and stock options
Unlimited vacation days
Medical, dental, & vision insurance
All-expense paid vacation
Apple equipment. Whatever you want.
Lots of free food and drinks
Gym or rock climbing membership
Up to $200/month Lyft or Uber
Reimbursement for classes and conferences


Email Nick with why you'd like to work for us, and provide links to your work. Brownie points: include a survival skill you'd offer the team in a post-apocalyptic world.

About Wefunder

We give everyone the opportunity to invest as little as $100 in startups. We've funded 75+ startups with over $10 million from accredited investors. And now we're waiting for the SEC to implement the JOBS Act, so anyone - no matter how wealthy - can invest. We’ve been preparing for that day since 2012, when we were invited by President Obama to watch the JOBS Act signed into law.

Our ambition: We aim to turbo-charge GDP growth and decrease disparity of wealth. Entrepreneurship is dying outside of SF. The percentage of under 30 year olds owning a private company has fallen from 10.6% in 1989 to 3.6% in 2014. Our goal is to bring it back to 1989 levels within 5 years. We'll democratize investing so that everyone has access to high-growth startups, not just the wealthy and well-connected. We'll also fund more legitimate businesses, from tech startups to local coffee shops.

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