Internal Communication and Employer Brand Manager

USA

What is MANTL?

MANTL is a fast-growing fintech company helping local financial institutions and their communities thrive. We’re drastically changing the banking landscape. Think Shopify, but purpose-built for community banks and credit unions. These institutions play an important role in their local communities and in the economy. Our software enables them to better meet the needs of the people and businesses they serve.

Our flagship online account opening (OAO) product has quickly become best-in-class in our industry, showing clear and material performance beyond any of our competitors. And investors are paying attention: we just raised $40 million in a Series B round of funding led by Alphabet’s independent growth fund, CapitalG.

Who Makes up Our Team?

Here at MANTL, people are our most important asset. We value accountability, autonomy, and collaboration. We have agile teams with clear, measurable goals. We’re a remote-first organization with team members located all over the country, and we’re committed to enabling remote work both now and in the future.

We cultivate a supportive and transparent culture that fosters productive, respectful, and engaging discussions. We want to work with diverse, inclusive, and kind people—people who will gladly go out of their way to help others.

We are always a work in progress and love hearing feedback from our team.

What You Will Do?

As the Comms Manager, Internal and Employer Brand, you will be responsible for activating MANTL’s brand internally and externally through activities like developing communications to drive candidate attraction and engagement, whether through social media, online marketing or other digital channels, and developing internal content to engage current employees. This includes but is not limited to emails, social posts, internal company newsletters, company award submissions, Fintech events and company-wide communications and presentations for executives. 

You will:

  • Be organized, proactive and outcomes-focused. 
  • Identify what exactly makes MANTL attractive to candidates and highlight key differentiators that set MANTL apart from other Fintech companies.
  • Own and drive creative and engaging candidate-facing communications, social media and video to convey the corporate culture and employee experience.
  • Developing and projecting the employee value proposition.
  • Furthering MANTL initiatives around Diversity, Equity & Inclusion internally and externally.
  • Developing collateral to support internal employee communications, including communications for executives, a monthly newsletter and All Hands presentation.  

Your Background:

  • You have a degree in Communications, Journalism, English, Advertising, or a related field.
  • You have 5 to 7  years of employer brand and internal communications experience in a fast-paced environment.
  • You have superb writing skills.
  • You are extremely attentive to detail.
  • You have exceptional visual and oral communications skills.
  • You are organized and can manage your time effectively to meet deadlines.
  • You bring fresh, creative ideas to the table.
  • B2B, fintech, and/or enterprise experience is preferred (but not required).
  • An understanding of the banking industry is preferred (but not required).

We don’t expect you to have all of these things, but we do expect you to be exceptional at some. Tell us what those are.

What you’ll love about us:

Joining MANTL means joining an ambitious, exceptional, remote-first team that solves complex problems every day. We strive to show that we truly care about our employees' wellness. From unlimited vacation, fully covered health benefits, and generous paid family leave to fun team events, we’re deeply proud of our culture.

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