Do you see the beauty in marketing and media everywhere you look and constantly think about how brands can engage their customers?
Are you creative? Like really creative? And do you enjoy media production?
How about going to a tradeshow once a year, or visiting our studios in Dallas, Texas?
With as little as 5 or as much as 20 hours per week, you can enjoy helping some of the world's greatest brands create the marketing and media they need.
The world has changed. Opportunities to engage with these companies are now possible, from where you areremote, at homethis role is coming to you.
But it's more than a job, for which competitive hourly compensation and full training, software and onboarding takes place.
It's a portfolio builder, a community, and a lot of fun.
Let's define what success means for you - whether it be building your personal brand, the pride of growing a client's media channel, or just enjoying getting back in the game! And you'll be joining a community of like-minded Creators for discussion, mentorship and advice.
At least five hours per weekProficiency in Google Analytics, Social Media and other related marketing technologiesExperience working in an agency, marketing, production, or business strategy environmentExperience managing projectsExperience communicating directly with clientsStrong business writing and communication skillsProficiency in business productivity and project management tools such as Word, Excel, Asana, and related technologies5-10 years of minimum marketing or production experienceBachelor's degree in related field
MarketScale is a B2B media and marketing company, that helps many of the world's leading enterprise companies start and manage their own media channels including podcasts, live broadcasts and events, original video productions and more. If you are looking to work in an inspiring, creative and entrepreneurial field, at a fast-growing company apply today.
Learn more about our Creator Community at Creators.MarketScale.Com and on our instagram at @marketscalecommunity!
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