Maybe you’re a natural hustler who is curious about the overlap between advertising and sales. Or you like to keep on the pulse of what’s happening, internet culture, and technology. If any of this makes you say “that’s me,” a job in marketing might be your next big move.
Here we’ve rounded up 8 open marketing jobs for newbies that are just establishing their careers and more seasoned pros. Our list includes a managerial role for a lifestyle fashion brand, associate positions for tech-driven companies, and even working with a company devoted to parties.
Don’t forget, every company needs a good hype person.
This female-founded fashion brand is looking for a product marketing manager to join their team and bring minimalist fashion to women around the world. If you have at least five years of marketing experience, have worked with lifestyle brands, and know a thing or two about partnership strategy consider applying for this San Francisco-based role.
Who doesn’t love a good party? This family-owned and operated business is the digital version of Party City and they’re looking for a marketer with at least two years of experience in marketing and PR. If analysis, sales, and relationship management are your jam then consider this role based in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
This sales consulting firm is looking for an associate with at least two years of experience. If you have superb writing and editing skills and a background working with B2B content marketing, get excited about this NYC-based position.
The San Francisco-based company that makes custom forms is looking for an SEO pro. If you enjoy content creation and analysis this might be a fit. A minimum of three years of SEO experience is needed to apply for this associate role.
Here’s an opportunity to lead a team of marketers whose mission is make the world a little more creative. The brand responsible for creating the tools that create game-changing designs is looking for a director with experience in global campaigns. If you have at least ten years of experience consider this role based in San Jose, California.
Here’s one for the storytellers. If you’ve mastered conveying personality through pen, then this role on the editorial team might be a fit. At least four years of experience is required for this Los Angeles-based gig.
Event marketing means you’ll be hands on working at pop-up shops, trade shows, and a host of other live experiences throughout Connecticut. This entry-level role is a great start for a marketing newbie who like working with people. A desire to learn is what’s really needed for this Pennsylvania-based role.
Only one year of experience is required for this role and it’s a huge opportunity to learn from a household brand. While an MBA is preferred for this role, those with a four-year degree will also be considered. A career in brand management working with foods you’ve grown up with could be a great start with this Oakland-based role.
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