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Marketing Automation Specialist

ADDRESS: 211 N. Pennsylvania Street, 4th Floor , IN 46204

Job description

The Marketing Automation Strategist will be the owner of the back-end automation platforms within Marketing, with the focused goal of increasing Marketing’s contribution of activity to the Sales pipeline.

The primary system to accomplish this goal is Salesforce Marketing Cloud. By necessity, there will be crossover with various teams in the company for sharing data access with Sharpen’s instance. This will include discovery of our current methodology, recommending applicable best-practices, and (when necessary) engineering ways to reconcile any unique issues that may arise. This position will also be the primary resource for all automated email activity, including monitoring and ensuring compliance, recommending best practices for email creation, and the creation & management of email campaigns.

Other systems in the purview of the Marketing Automation Strategist will include our company website, and Google Analytics. The website is to be used for attracting and inviting new users for Sharpen, and Google Analytics is our way of gathering activity data, and making decisions for creatively addressing our viewing public. These systems may require varying levels of hands-on work, as well as working with other team members to complete projects.

Your target audiences are our potential partners/end users, others within the telecom industry, and the media. You’ll also work with our Design and Dev teams to get projects accomplished that are outside of your scope of abilities (i.e. coding websites or projects and pieces that require design work). It will be important for this person to build and strengthen relationships within the industry in order to gain access to local and regional opportunities to further expand our brand recognition and client base.

Success will initially be managed by increasing the amount of activity Marketing puts into the Sales pipeline. Longer-term, that focus will evolve into increasing ROI for paid activities, refining methods for finding potential buyers, and brainstorming creative ways to address the public.

Education & Experience:
Bachelor’s degree.
Knowledge of basic public and new media relations with solid research, writing and editing skills.
Proven experience in strategy, management, implementation and analytics tracking of social media, website and digital assets.
Experience with marketing and advertising principles, tactics and research.
Basic grasp of sales/business development.
Passion for branding, marketing and all things telecom.
Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
Our ideal candidate will possess other essential qualities such as general niceness, open- mindedness, and the ability to take a joke. He/she should be a self-starter and be able to complete tasks without being micro-managed.

Work Environment:
Ability to work in a fun, team environment.
Generally, be awesome.
Be flexible and have the ability to multi-task.
Have a positive attitude and be trustworthy.
Understand working with a small, younger organization can necessitate long hours. We work until we get the job done, but want to have a good time while doing it.
All prospective employees must pass a background check.
The work environment will typically entail an office setting with moderate temperatures, moderate lighting, and moderate noise. The work environment will sporadically involve wet or humid conditions; work in high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; outdoor weather conditions; risk of electrical shock; and, vibrations. Sounds intense but it’s not. We just have to cover our bases.

Date Posted: 05/10/2017
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