You are a naturally curious self-starter who thrives in fast-paced, ever-changing environments. You hold a strategic mindset and always consider the bigger picture. You have a knack for breaking down strategy into pieces are are trusted to execute and deliver on time. You are extremely organized and have the ability to multitask. You are an effective communicator, in written and verbal communication inside the organization and with external partners. 

VSCO is seeking a Brand Marketing Specialist to assist in marketing programs and activations that involve our VSCO community members and brand partners. You will help the marketing team with event and partnership production, project management, and post-program success metrics. You will also work alongside the team to support our grant program VSCO Voices which is an annual program dedicated to creating social impact through creativity in partnership with Access Ventures.

 

The day-to-day

  • Support the Marketing Manager on brand partnerships and community programs 
  • Support the VSCO Voices grant program, from concept to grantee selection, stewardship and final project reveals (working in partnership with Access Ventures and collaboratively with internal VSCO team across social, content and creative)
  • Work with the internal and external creative/production teams to deliver materials to support the run-of-show/go-to-market plans for partnerships 
  • Collaborate with data and distribution teams to collect and present measures of success in evaluating partners/activations 
  • Build close relationships with community members and brand partners 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Advertising or Communications
  • 3+ years of marketing or advertising experience (brand or agency-side experience)
  • Program management expertise; able to break down and execute complex projects end-to-end, and establish next steps with clear, mutual commitments
  • Highly collaborative with the capacity to partner cross-functionally throughout the organization
  • Excellent organizational, communication, presentation and interpersonal skills

Nice to have

  •  A deep appreciation for photography, video and/or other aspects of the arts would be greatly valued
  •  Sense of creativity and understanding of the creative process
  • Appreciation and understanding of the creative community; experience in the grant or social impact world

 

 

About VSCO
VSCO is a creative channel. We build creative tools, spaces and connections driven by self-expression. Our Mission is to help everybody fall in love with their own creativity.
 
Job Perks
Free delicious lunches daily, amazing snack selections, and the best coffee around. Equity, health, vision and dental insurance for families, and a flexible vacation policy. 
 
Why VSCO?
 
Creative Freedom
We value the creative process and our employees’ opinions — input is encouraged, regardless of your position or title. We want to work with people who are driven and demonstrate initiative in taking our mission to the next level.
 
The Working Life
At VSCO, everyone works hard but also takes the time to enjoy life outside of the office. Balance is important to us.
 
It Won’t Be Boring
Try new things. Think outside the box. We celebrate an environment that fights stagnation and challenges the status quo.
 
Interested in this position?
Tell us why you want to work at VSCO and what we should know about you.
 
VSCO believes in building a safe place for creative expression and celebrating that which makes us human, welcoming unique and personal backgrounds and experiences. We’re proud to foster diverse perspectives within VSCO as we continue to build an inclusive culture.

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