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Title:  EMEA Strategic Partners Marketing Manager


Uxbridge, GB, UB948F

Requisition ID:  27660

Job Summary

The EMEA Strategic Partners Marketing Manager is responsible for driving the joint-marketing strategy, plan, campaigns and program with our PAN EMEA Partners and manage our EMEA partner programs investment.

Critical elements to this role include day-to-day interaction with our partners, NetApp Sales and Marketing teams in EMEA. The role will also require this person to work very closely with our worldwide partner team to drive adoption of global programs into our region. We are looking for a candidate who will own the full partner marketing mix from planning stage to ROI analysis. 

Job Requirements

  • Own the strategic partner marketing strategy, planning and reporting processes across EMEA
  • Build joint marketing plans with strategic partners to drive demand for our joint solutions.
  • Drive the partner pipeline generation targets and manage joint demand generation programs
  • Manage the EMEA program investment including MDF
  • Support the organization of strategic EMEA partners events.
  • Execution and tracking of financial transactions
  • Provide monthly and quarterly reporting and ROI on joint investment program.
  • Internal and external budget communication.


  • Partner marketing experience at EMEA or global level – 5 years minimum.
  • Knowledge of the IT Industry in B2B environment.
  • Strong project management skills across multiple countries
  • Experience in working with sales in driving pipeline and revenue
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision and as part of a virtual team
  • Ability to function well in a fast-paced, dynamic environment with competing priorities
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Willing to travel to attend business meeting, events
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Marketing

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