Working at Redscout
At Redscout, we work with clients to define the
future of their businesses and brands. We love diving into new categories,
exploring the edges of culture, and working on problems that give us a window
into how people think, work, and live.
Scouts (that's what we call each other) have high
standards for quality and a strong sense of community. We value learning,
diverse experiences, original perspectives, personal growth, and mutual
support. We're also entrepreneurial. You won’t always have the perfect template
to work from, but you will always have a team to turn to for advice, help, and
guidance as you create solutions together.
As a Growth Associate, your role is to support the Redscout growth efforts in building new client relationships, developing winning proposals and the outbound initiatives that drive our business. Your contributions help keep the project pipeline full and ensure that all businesses who come to Redscout walk away thinking that Redscout is in a league of its own.
As a Growth Associate, you are responsible for:
- Management of initial response to inbound enquiries
- Responding promptly and setting introducing senior growth / strategy team members
- Scheduling time for briefing call
- Preparing tailored Redscout 101 deck for first conversation
- When appropriate writing backgrounders for briefing call and subsequent introductions of RS team
- Monitoring and staying on top of growth pipeline in Notion
- Tracking progress of deal flow and ensuring that internal and external timelines are being met
- Prompting and supporting senior team in managing correspondence (eg. following up with clients)
- Attending all key growth meetings and representing the voice of the client in the pipeline in terms of timings and needs
- Contributing materially to proposal development, including lay-out of structure, drafting approach, and conducting research to support upfront provocations
- Understanding resourcing requirements to deliver Redscout quality work.
- Capable of roughly forecasting resourcing needs over the span of a project life cycle
- Interfacing with potential clients and speaking to logistics and timings on calls.
- Having a high level understanding of the client’s world
- Owning specific Outbound initiatives (ex: conference participation, newsletter, etc.) and ensuring their successful completion.
- Aligning on goals with leadership
- Developing operational plans and resource needs
- Reporting progress updates
Knowledge and skills required:
- Great attention to detail / strong organizational skills
- Proactive with a go-getter attitude
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Team player and willing to collaborate across disciplines (strategy, design, growth, operations)
- Ability to work both independently and in small groups
- Open to receiving feedback and willing to absorb and adjust behaviors in order to learn and grow
- Confident providing feedback to peers
Benefits and Compensation
We have transparent pay bands that are competitive within the industry.
Pay at Redscout is tightly connected to performance. As part of our standard year 1 onboarding plan, you will have a formal 6-month review at which point we will re-evaluate your role and level and adjust compensation and title upward if warranted.
We’re also deeply invested in one another’s wellbeing. As a result, we have a generous
time-off policy that is standard across the company including vacation and wellness time,
bonding leave, and progressive health benefit options.
Redscout provides equal employment opportunities to all Scouts and applicants without regard to race, color, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, citizenship status, pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or related medical conditions, physical disability, mental disability, age, military status or special disabled veteran, familial or caregiver status, marital status, registered domestic partner or civil union status, gender (including sex stereotyping and gender identity or expression), medical condition (including, but not limited to, cancer related or HIV/AIDS related), genetic information, sexual orientation, criminal conviction, unemployment status, physical characteristics such as height or weight, or association with an individual who is or is perceived to be a member of a protected class in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.