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As the Email Marketing Manager, you’ll own our email and SMS programs, work closely with our creative and site merchandising teams to plan out campaign themes and calendars, design and execute AB tests, analyze results, and optimize overall program performance.  We're looking for someone with a great mix of creative and analytical skills who can lead the creation of brand-reinforcing, high-performing marketing campaigns. We'd love to meet you if you're an empathetic marketer who knows their way around a spreadsheet! 

The Email Marketing Manager will report to the Chief Marketing Officer.

This is a hybrid position that would be asked to come into our waterfront Brooklyn location periodically, as needed for collaboration and brainstorming meetings.


  • Lead our email and SMS programs. You’ll design quarterly content plans and testing strategies, write creative briefs, optimize and implement new program features, and be responsible for overall program performance. 
  • Explore new programs, such as browser push notifications, as appropriate. 
  • Help coordinate marketing messaging across programs, ensuring email and SMS are aligned with social, homepage, and other customer touchpoints. 
  • Lead and mentor a direct report. 


  • A bachelor’s degree or relevant marketing experience is preferred.A passion for creative problem-solving.
  • Highly accountable, self-motivated, and dedicated.
  • Demonstrated experience working closely with creative teams to execute brand/content deliverables.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to analyze marketing performance.


  • Benefits: We invest in your well-being through subsidized medical, dental, and vision insurance and in your future via 401K matching. You can even invest in our future through employee stock options.  
  • Education Subsidy: We reimburse up to $5,250 (the yearly IRS limit) of tuition for college coursework or professional training.  
  • Service: We offer eight hours of paid time off each year for volunteering. 
  • Commuter benefits: We offer a pretax discount for those who take public transportation (train, bus, and ferry). For those who prefer to pedal to work, we offer significantly discounted yearly Citi Bike memberships and/or will provide money to help purchase or repair your bike.  
  • Team member discounts: Our team members can buy our goods at a 40% discount (and take our Uncommon Experience classes free).  
  • Work/life balance: We offer generous paid time off and supplement New York State Short-Term Disability for three weeks and New York State Paid Family Leave for 8 weeks. 
  • Casual environment: No need to dress up—wear comfortable clothes every day. And we hold occasional, fun, company-wide events. 
  • Open book policy: We share our financial results with the entire team weekly in our management update email and our monthly company-wide meeting, UncommonCo. 
  • Collaborative environment: Whether a data analyst recommends products to the buyers or a warehouse manager provides the theme for an email blast, we welcome your talents and insights, wherever they apply.
  • Learn more about your FMLA rightshere.

This position's annual base salary range is $80k—$90k. This role is eligible for our annual performance bonus program and options. 

To apply, please submit: 

  • Resume 
  • A cover letter that includes answers to the following two questions in the application form: 
    • What excites you about the E-mail Marketing Manager role at Uncommon Goods?
    • Is there anything you would like to add that is not communicated in your resume?


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