Marketing Coordinator Intern at Pattern89

Location: Remote or Indianapolis, IN 

 

Are you a creative thinker? Do you want to produce innovative marketing campaigns? 

If so, join us! We’re an AI-powered marketing platform that enables brands to predict their winning campaign creative.

Position Summary

As a Marketing Coordinator Intern at Pattern89, you’ll work with an expert digital marketing team, gaining experience building campaign creative while also participating in planning and strategic work. Reporting to the Director of Marketing, you’ll be responsible for a variety of marketing assignments of varying complexity. More specifically you will:

  • Write original blog content, that focuses on data-driven findings, product updates and unique marketing campaign concepts
  • Execute social media strategy for organic posts.
  • Gain experience in how to extend a corporate brand across a variety of digital media.
  • Work alongside the Director of Marketing to develop content and strategy for future campaigns.
  • Develop content for presentations, webinars, trends reports and case studies.

Additionally, you have:

  • A bachelor’s degree in progress or complete
  • A portfolio of digital marketing work (class assignments, freelance work or professional work samples are all acceptable)
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Experience with creative writing and the demonstrated ability to produce design deliverables on deadline

Compensation:

  • Part-time position up to 20 hours per week
  • $15 per hour

 

WHAT WE VALUE

As we set out to build the world’s best AI platform for marketers, we seek to enrich our team in significant ways.

WE'RE TRANSPARENT

We expect open and honest communication at all levels of the team, and we share even the most critical of ideas while embracing cross-functional collaboration.

WE EXPERIMENT

We have adopted an environment that minimizes the fear of failure. Innovation requires taking risks, which we mitigate by iterating over small feedback loops with a commitment to fail fast, learn from our mistakes, improve upon them, and move on to the next challenge.

WE'RE COMMUNITY DRIVEN

We believe that software has the potential to make people and communities better. While striving to be strong communicators with an entrepreneurial spirit, we are building a diverse culture of respect and leadership among ourselves and in the world around us. We want a company that represents the country.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We encourage applicants of all race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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