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Digital Brand Manager

Manage companies’ online marketing strategy, develop and manage digital campaigns, track conversion rates, and make improvements to websites. Utilizing a range of techniques (including paid search, search engine optimization and pay-per-click), you’ll evaluate customer research; manage online brand and product campaigns; oversee the social media strategy for the company; and improve the content, conversion, design and usability of the company’s digital properties and channels.

Digital Marketing Manager

Oversee the implementation of strategies that drive online traffic to an organization’s website, including digital marketing and social media campaigns. Oversee planning and maintain budgetary control of those efforts; evaluate customer research, market conditions and competitor data; review new technologies; and stay on top of new developments and trends in digital marketing.

Digital Marketing Strategist

Develop, direct and analyze digital marketing strategies while leveraging resources and opportunities in the marketplace. You’ll conduct market research, perform high-level research and analysis, and report findings to key team members to continually refine your organization’s digital strategy.

Digital Media Director

Craft and execute strategy for all digital, social, mobile and video content platforms. Oversee the creation of digital content, as well as teams of media creators and planners, with the goal of building an online audience of loyal followers while continuously stay one step ahead of market trends.

Director of Marketing

This high-level role involves short- and long-term forecasting and strategic planning of organization-wide marketing activities. Typically, it also includes directing market research data collection, analysis and interpretation; identifying and implementing corrective actions as needed; increasing market shares by developing plans and programs for products or service lines; leading marketing teams; and striving to achieve financial objectives by preparing annual budgets.

Editor

Prepare and edit content; guide writers through revisions to improve readability and storytelling; correct errors in fact-checking, punctuation, spelling and syntax. Plan the creation of content according to media outlets’ particular styles, editorial policies and publishing requirements; assign events, stories and topics to individual reporters or writers; and manage schedules and deadlines. You’ll also approve layouts prior to production and publication. Meet frequently with creative teams to discuss projects and resolve problems.

Event Coordinator

Oversee the planning of events that boost business revenues, enhance customer loyalty, increase awareness and strengthen brands. The event planner often works collaboratively with multiple contacts to book venues, coordinate onsite logistics, create agendas, maintain event calendars, manage events budgets, order equipment and resource materials, and plan special events. This role could also include creating and overseeing presentations, collateral materials and promotional giveaways.

Field Producer

Oversee the production of stories and work with reporters and photographers to collect information, set up interviews and shoot video. Serve as the liaison between production crews and newsrooms and be responsible for the overall content and quality of a TV broadcast, commercial, film or other type of media product.

Fundraiser

Help an organization meet its donation targets by approaching and working with corporations and foundations, major donors and private individuals, and statutory bodies. Organize fundraising events that cover one or more donation sources, and work with businesses and charitable trusts, communities, and individuals to raise awareness of the charity’s goals and work.

Government Relations Coordinator

Coordinate activities related to an organization’s interaction with the government, interest groups, legislators and the media. These might include direct communications with governmental representatives, discussion of regulatory issues and the initiation of lobbying efforts aimed at educating legislators. Stay on top of issues that have the potential to impact the organization, how it does business, and how it interacts with and is regulated by the government.