What we need is Marketing. We’re looking for someone who is Marketing, and Marketing is what they do.
In our vision, a marketer is someone who has a lot of exposure to the disciplines of marketing. You don’t have to have huge levels of experience, but you need to know your way around. We want you to know what marketing is, how it works, and how to make it happen. You can run a website (but you don’t need to be a coder – we can hire those) that makes customers excited. You can run a PR effort and quarterback our attendance at conferences and tradeshows. You know how to create effective email marketing campaigns and build social media presences that engage potential customers. And you have a good idea how to do all of this in a B2B context as we sell primarily to corporations and government agencies.
Most importantly we need YOU to create a huge pipeline for our sales team to convert into raving fans and customers.
- Some demonstrated experience in marketing roles and an understanding of all of the various concepts and strategies within marketing disciplines and how to perform them effectively.
- Have extremely strong written communication skills in English
- An ability to learn new tasks in marketing and think on your feet
- A desire to run projects on your own with little supervision and an ability to get things done on time and at a level of quality that makes us all say “Wow!”
- The ability to create compelling presentations and collateral that our team would be excited to use
- Be a self-motivated team player with demonstrated ability to work limited guidance.
SALARY AND LOCATION:
This role is virtual – we don’t care where you are as long as you’re Marketing. Salary is in the $40K range, but is commensurate with experience, and we’re incredibly incentive happy – if you perform and the company does well, you will be rewarded.
Email your CV in Word format (No PDFs please) and a cover email that will positively blow our mind too: (As a hint: your cover email should give us an idea of your email marketing skills. If the subject line doesn’t make us want to open the email in the same way that we expect you to make our customers open the ones you send, don’t expect a response because we probably didn’t open it.)