General Details

Position title: Content Demand Manager

Reports to: Head of Content


This position will be in charge of proposing which templates will be made to be sold on Placeit.

Job Description

Key Duties:

  • Look at customer requests, market trend reports from the marketing team, existing templates on the site and sales data to understand what we should be making.

  • Propose the different template types that should be made for Placeit.

  • Get those template types approved.

  • Pass them to the Project Manager to get them made by the different team.

Required Skills:

  • At least 2 years of experience working on advertising, media, communication or a design agency.

  • Very basic knowledge of SEO and market trends.

  • Excellent communication skills.

  • Criteria to understand visual content.

  • Highly motivated to propose new ideas.

  • Excellent grammatical English skills.


  • Inflation adjustment every year.

  • Profit sharing from global Envato once a year (5% is divided).

  • We pay for any flight tickets around Mexico to a place you haven’t been 2x a year.

  • Unlimited ebooks / books.

  • Paid for educational courses that relate to your work.

  • Our vacation days start at 9, they are earned proportionately during the year instead of having to wait at the end of the year.

What is our way of working?

Fast, constantly changing, proactive. We handle a lot of data (content, templates, requests) quickly.

How is a typical day?

You will look at the different data points we have and propose items that we should make. Once a month, we will review those proposals and select the best ones, to be created by our content team


How can I contribute to the team? Can I contribute with my own style and knowledge?

You can propose new niches that could become best selling items at Placeit. You can find new anchor markets. You can also contribute with different ways to organize the workflow to make it more efficient.


What is the goal of the department?

To create high quality templates that are relevant to our users’ needs.

Which metrics do we use to guide the department?

The department is guided by the amount of templates we create. Your position is measured by the amount of approved proposals and the sales they eventually generate.