In February 2021, Constant Contact's former parent company, Endurance Group, was acquired by Clearlake Capital and Siris Capital. As part of this acquisition, Constant Contact was spun off to operate as a stand-alone business and Endurance has been dissolved.

We couldn't be more excited to continue the focus on building simple, yet powerful tools that help small businesses achieve their goals with our new partnership.

 

Constant Contact is looking for creative content strategists to assist our customers with marketing strategy and execution. This role is in our Professional Services organization where consultants are responsible for managing and delivering value-added services to Constant Contact customers. Working remotely, you will be instrumental in helping customers achieve unique and specific email marketing goals, understand the breadth of services we offer, and coach them on which free or fee-based services are appropriate. We are looking for an individual who has excellent customer communication and coaching skills as well as a willingness to come up with creative solutions to customer requirements.

“The pay range for this position in Colorado is $17.54 - $21.92 per hour, however, actual base pay offered may vary depending on job-related knowledge, skills, work experience, education and certifications.  The company also offers a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, and vision care coverage, retirement savings, paid time off, sick time, and life insurance to eligible employees.”

What you’ll do:
Create and execute marketing plans that will help a portfolio of customers achieve their marketing goals
Manage services projects from start to finish including communications with customers, vendors, and team(s) involved
Plan and guide the creation of social campaigns, working closely with our internal designers
Provide advertising budget recommendations for Google Ads and social media.
Write and curate content for emails, social campaigns, lead generation forms, and blogs
Track campaign metrics and shift strategy as needed to maximize effectiveness

Who you are:
Bachelor’s Degree and/or two years of marketing experience required
Excellent writing and communication skills
Strong understanding of Facebook Ads Manager
Solid understanding of SEO
Basic understanding of Google Analytics

Proficient in Google Ad Words
Persistent, patient, and adaptive personality; an active listener with the ability to shift priorities based on customer needs
Highly organized and keen attention to detail
Experience with B2B lead generation a plus

Effective working remotely (Computer hardware provided)

We are open to remote employees; however at this time, this position cannot be performed remotely in Colorado.

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