Now Hiring

Junior Operations/Marketing Manager

It's completly remote, and pays

£10 per hour

The transition into parenthood is tough. ​1 in 3 parents are experiencing perinatal mental ill health. Kami’s vision is to empower parents with a personalised, data-driven, evidence-based coach. The value that we deliver to our users comes from the knowledge of our experts and coaches, whose intuition and experience allow them to customise support based on what they pick up from the user.

We are delivering our support through a judgment-free, artificially intelligent, digital chatbot enabling parents to:

  • Get trusted, non-judgmental advice and answers to their questions;
  • Set goals, monitor progress and accomplish goals for their wellbeing and parenting;
  • Access tele-consultation sessions with vetted consultants specialising in fertility, parenting, wellbeing, and behaviour change;


We're looking for a Junior Operations/Marketing Manager who can help us best present our proposition to both the buyers of our product (HR professionals) and the end-users, and contribute towards the operations team's goal of providing better tools and services for the parenting and mental-wellbeing markets.

Day-to-day responsibilities:

This is a varied role, with some tasks including:

  • Creating marketing materials and content to enhance our brand exposure
  • Undertaking desk research to better understand industry, customers, and competitors
  • Communicating with organisations and HR professionals to obtain information and further sales efforts
  • Supporting the COO and sales team with sales, marketing & operations

Hard Skills:

  • Background in business, operations, or marketing preferred but not essential
  • Fluent in English, excellent written English (previous writing experience is a bonus)
  • Comfortable using MS Office and Google Suite products (excel, word, powerpoint, etc.)

Soft Skills:

  • Responsive and able to use initiative
  • Accurate and high and standard of work
  • Versatile enough to be able to work well as part of a small and agile team


  • Join an innovate, impact-driven healthtech company at an exciting growth stage
  • Flexible work-from-home policy
  • Strong potential for progression onto a full-time, permanant contract at a higher wage


As part of the application process we will require sight of your CV and a cover letter. We are looking for someone able to start working as soon as possible.

*This role is minimum 6 months, starting at 27 hours/week with potential to progress to full-time hours (see 'Benefits' section above). As the position is funded via a government scheme only candidates aged between 16-24 are eligible to apply*


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