Marketing Coordinator

Brooklyn, New York, United States · Marketing

Description

Big Duck is looking for a marketing coordinator to join our marketing team.

Big Duck (www.bigduck.com) develops the voices of determined nonprofits by developing strong brands, campaigns, and teams. We are looking for someone to work in our office with our marketing team for approximately 16–20 hours/week between September-December 2019. (Our timing is flexible.)

You'll work closely with members of our marketing team to support our company’s marketing and business development efforts. You days will be filled with posting content across our platforms (website, email, social media), helping administer our marketing automation program (via Salesforce and Act-On), compiling presentations for meetings with prospective clients, coordinating speaking and training logistics for workshops we deliver and conferences we pitch, and proofreading/drafting proposals and contracts.

Requirements

The marketing coordinator position is ideal for an undergraduate or graduate student or as an entry-level position. It is perfect for someone who loves learning, systems, processes, data, and working collaboratively. Ideal candidates have some experience in marketing or communications and/or are pursuing a degree in a related field, and are available to work on-site at our office in DUMBO, Brooklyn.

Benefits

We offer compensation for the marketing coordinator of $15/hour, as well as paid sick and safe leave, consistent with New York City law.

Big Duck is a values-driven and certified woman-owned business (WBE). We celebrate equity, diversity, and inclusiveness on our team, with our clients, and among our partners. We strongly encourage candidates who identify as people of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQ, and/or gender non-conforming to apply.


Interested? Please submit your cover letter, resume, and answers to the application online by July 26, 2019. And please, no calls or visits; we'll be in touch if we think you might be a fit.
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