Primer exists to make the world a safer place.  We do this by providing trusted decision-ready AI to the world's most critical organizations.  Our software enables leaders, operators, and analysts to better understand the changing world around us in real time and make informed decisions when the stakes are high.  Primer has offices in San Francisco, Pasadena, CA and Arlington, VA.  For more information, please visit https://primer.ai/

As we scale our public sector events program and expand our marketing initiatives, we are seeking a versatile Marketing & Event Coordinator to bring administrative and operational focus to our marketing team. This role will primarily focus on organizing trade shows, conferences, expos, and hosted events while also supporting broader marketing efforts.

Role Responsibilities - How You Will Make an Impact 

  • Support day-to-day operations of events, including (but not limited to): coordinate end-to-end workflow for programs, manage event calendaring for the team, oversee logistics and shipping, keep trackers and reports up-to-date, etc.
  • Assist in the development and execution of marketing initiatives, contributing to content creation, social media engagement, email marketing, and other promotional activities
  • Act as air traffic control for major cross-functional tasks, managing action items and following up with key stakeholders
  • Manage systems and reporting for production trackers, event plans, and event communications
  • Collaborate with internal teams and external vendors for branded goods, event collateral, check-in materials, etc.
  • Assist in market research efforts, gathering data and synthesizing findings into actionable insights for the marketing team
  • Work on data cleanliness alongside the Business Development and Marketing Operations team

Relevant Skills and Experience:

  • Organized and consistent; proficient in managing multiple deadlines and demands simultaneously
  • Enjoy organizational processes, internal communications, and fostering collaboration
  • High integrity, discretion, and ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Attention to detail with a grasp of the big picture
  • Team player with adaptability and strong interpersonal skills
  • Hustle with a bias for action and strong ownership of outcomes
  • Comfortable navigating ambiguous situations with patience and poise
  • Flexibility to travel (<15%) to support events onsite as needed
  • Bonus: Figma or Adobe Creative experience

The annual cash compensation range for this position is US $65,000 to US$80,000.  Final compensation will be determined based on experience and skills and may vary from the range listed above.

Primer works closely with the U.S. defense and intelligence establishment. Any offer of employment is conditioned on an applicant or employee being able to meet any applicable government contract requirements. The company may rescind any offer of employment to an applicant or terminate an employee if the applicant or employee is unable to perform the functions of the position in compliance with applicable government contracts or if an applicant or employee makes a false attestation of compliance.

What We Offer

We are a series D funded company with investors from Addition, USIT, Lux Capital, Amplify Partners, Addition Capital, Bloomberg Beta, and others.  We are intentional around building a diverse and inclusive team of subject matter experts to better advocate for the needs of our users. 

We care a lot about our work and about the well being of our team. We encourage everyone to work at a sustainable pace and have an unlimited vacation policy for team members to utilize, Wellness Days and 100% paid leave for parents of growing families.

We offer competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits. This includes full medical, dental, and vision coverage, fertility benefits through Carrot, mental health coverage on demand with Ginger, 401(k) (US employees), remote work stipends, and monthly internet allowance.


Primer is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. Please see the United States Department of Labor's EEO poster and EEO poster supplement for additional information.

 If you need assistance or accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at info@primer.com.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

 

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