At Zeus Living, we believe housing shouldn’t constrain how, where, and when you want to live. You should be free to follow opportunity, curiosity, love, desire, friends, and family—and not just when your lease runs out. That’s why we’ve created a new, modern mode of housing, making it easy to live well—reliably, safely, comfortably, even stylishly—wherever, whenever.
At the center of everything we do are our people—our customers, partners, and our Zeus team. We wouldn’t be anything without them. That’s what our founders knew when they started Zeus Living in 2015, setting out to make renting a home easier. The goal then—and now—is to remove the stress of finding housing.
We’ve grown a lot since we started, and today we’re a hardworking team of creators, problem-solvers, and strategists who enjoy each other’s company and believe in what we do. Based in San Francisco and backed by Airbnb, Comcast, Bowery, and Initialized Capital, we’ve raised $90M in funding.
Zeus Living is seeking a data-driven Performance Marketing Manager who will be responsible for driving growth across paid media channels. Both analytical and imaginative, the ideal candidate understands performance data and derives actionable insights that will help optimize paid media strategies. The ideal candidate will have in-depth knowledge of the advertising landscape, and a demonstrated understanding of attribution methodologies to measure impact. We want a strategic marketer who can execute—someone who drives critical KPIs—while diagnosing areas of opportunity, building roadmaps for new initiatives, and ensuring marketing spend remains profitable and efficient. This leader will drive campaign optimizations, identify new channels, help develop innovative product opportunities, implement meticulously, and manage iterative testing—with the ultimate goal of driving resident acquisition and Zeus Living’s brand awareness.
For the ideal candidate, this position provides an incredible opportunity to drive growth, make a measurable impact and help Zeus Living lead the FlexLiving movement.