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The Red Hat People (HR) team is looking for an Employment Brand Manager to join us in Raleigh, NC. In this role, you'll play an integral part in working with the Global Employment Branding and Talent teams that are responsible for bringing innovative new marketing and talent experience efforts to life. You will develop the brand and marketing strategy to share unique stories about working at Red Hat while authentically communicating our culture to attract top talent in the technical industry. This is a highly collaborative role requiring solid global partnership with Talent Acquisition (TA), Events, Communications, Creative, Marketing, and Public Relations teams with a record of building compelling branding and marketing content. You will be working with the leader directly and other key members of the team to deploy strategies that enable the long-term goals of a fast-paced, client-focused, and high-growth company. We will be pushing the boundaries on traditional marketing, so you'll need to be quick and creative with your ideas as well as your problem-solving approach.
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