The ideal JP team member is an energetic person with a positive attitude looking to join a dedicated and vibrant management group. We are proud to be disrupters in the organic, plant based, grab-and-go food sector. If you are looking to join a creative mission-based company with growth opportunities, you have found your match!

Digital Marketing

  • Assist in development of email marketing campaigns

  • Assist in analyzing consumer data to inform marketing initiatives

  • Assist in app promotion execution

  • Social Media

    • Photography:

      • Develop shot lists

      • Coordinate photoshoots

    • Develop content for social media:

      • Caption Instagram posts

      • Photography + video execution where needed

    • Manage community management (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter)

    • Aid innovation team in product launch messaging

    • Assist in daily posting on Instagram

  • Assist in creation of bi-weekly internal newsletter “The Juice”

  • Assist in creation and the analysis of marketing surveys

Marketing/Communications Department

  • Lead New Store Openings

  • Create list of target customers and partners

  • Coordinate product sampling opportunities

  • Coordinate and support marketing initiatives with strategic partners i.e., WeWork, SoulCycle, adidas, Equinox etc.

  • Assist in weekly marketing meeting (agenda, scheduling, minutes)

  • Manage interns

  • Manage monthly and yearly marketing calendars of all promotional products

  • Oversee general marketing email:

    • Vet event inquiries for review/approval

  • Support in store marketing initiative, app promotions, new products launches & customer outreach

    • Communicate all promotions and in-store marketing initiatives with managers and team members

Brand Ambassadors/Events

  • Manage sampling & events calendar

  • Coordinate logistics with event manager

  • Monitor product spend for all promotional activations

  • Work various events as the onsite Juice Press contact and ambassador

    • Build strong connections during event experiences.

    • Manage Brand Ambassadors for events (includes HR, scheduling, training)

    • Coordinate Product, Collateral, and Equipment needs for events

  • Interview and train brand ambassadors to work in store and off-site events

Public Relations

  • Support PR mailings, events, gifting, and product drops

  • Manage Influencer database

  • Stay on top of Pop Culture trends


  • A passion for wellness

  • Self-starter with excellent verbal, communication, and presentation skills

  • Detail-oriented and organized with strong ability to multitask

  • Excellent writing, editing, and brainstorming skills

  • Ability to work both as a team player and independently

  • Availability to work weekends

  • Ability to meet tight daily and weekly deadlines

  • High familiarity and interest in all things Pop Culture

  • Willingness to learn all aspects of our business i.e., smoothie making, register duties, obtain a food handler license etc.

  • Nutritional, Culinary, Public Relations, Photography, and Data Analysis skills/background is a plus


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