Digital Marketing Manager
1111 Third Avenue Seattle, WA 98101
You know you deserve to work for a boss this cool.
I’ ve gotta say, it gives me a special feeling of warm delight when someone I’ ve helped place looks to me for assistance in finding just the right person to work for them.
Maybe it’ s just the fact that I’ ve fairly recently become a Grandma – the whole perpetuation-of-timeless-cycles thing. Whatever. In any event, I brim with sentimental pride. I’ m going to need a box of Kleenex to get through this one, so bear with me.
You see, just this past April, we announced the placement of Sonia Martinez as the VP of Marketing at Changepoint. We knew – just knew! – that our Sonia was something special.
She had amazing tech-marketing leadership experience. Her hobbies included racing cars, swallowing fire, and “ outdoor adventure.” (I am making absolutely none of this up.)
I didn’ t know exactly what “ outdoor adventure” meant in Sonia’ s case, but anytime you’ re talking about a person who sees fire as something to consume rather than as something to fear being consumed by, most likely you’ re not dealing with someone who’ s going to stick to the visitor’ s center and the kiddie trails. I’ m thinking something more along the lines of avalanche-surfing or the barehanded hunting of elk. You’ d join that person’ s team in a hot second, right? Well, here’ s your chance!
Sonia and her group are looking for an experienced Digital Marketing Manager to oversee the company’ s online marketing campaigns and activities. This includes everything from the corporate website to search-engine optimization (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC) initiatives.
The ideal candidate likes to build strategy and structure, and is able to work collaboratively across marketing leadership. The company would also like to see design experience across a range of media and platforms, including display, print, web, email, and events.
For this role, 7+ years of relevant digital marketing experience is a must, as is a strong understanding of B2B digital-marketing tactics; website management; SEO; retargeting; and digital analytics.
This is an ideal position for a design-savvy comms pro seeking an opportunity to learn and thrive in a highly successful company under a fantastic supervisor. Channel your inner daredevil and take the leap!
PS From PSP: Across the US and especially here in the Pacific Northwest, tattoos have become so common that in certain settings, an un-tatted bare arm has almost become a statement of its own. Of course, the personnel maven in me is interested in learning how the swift mainstreaming of body art has played out in the workplace.
As a BBC piece from earlier this year observed, tattoos have become far more acceptable in professional settings on both sides of the Atlantic – but there are still some circumstances where they might cause problems for an inked employee or job applicant.
Have tattoos ever been an issue in your workplace, or in an interview? If you have tattoos, how – if at all – have they come up in your work experience, for better or worse? Have you noticed a difference in perceptions of body art when working with people outside the PNW, or in international contexts where it might be less common? Satisfy my curiosity! ###