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Marketing Coordinator

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A large scientific association in Washington, DC is in need of a marketing coordinator for the next several months. This position is responsible and accountable for implementing projects in support of the overall activities of the Marketing unit. Reporting to the Assistant Director, Marketing, the position supports the development, maintenance and tracking of a range of marketing initiatives. Responsibilities include assisting with the development and implementation of a range of marketing activities such as creating and deploying emails, coordinating with designers and other vendors, copy writing, identification of target markets and lists, processing and reconciliation of invoices, working on ad hoc projects, and assisting with implementation of various aspects of marketing activities under the guidance of the Assistant Director, Marketing.

Work design: Works with some supervision. Work is reviewed in progress and after completion. Recommends solutions for a variety of routine problems. Applies specific policies, practices, procedures and principles. Seeks guidance on unusual problems.

Position Accountabilities:
1. Supports the efforts of the Marketing unit by implementing projects for activities of the Assistant Director, Marketing. Establishes efficient, organized procedures for handling project flow and prioritizes assignments based on the direction of the Assistant Director, Marketing.
2. Coordinates marketing project flow, developing an understanding of creative processes, campaign scheduling and planning, and promotion analysis. Demonstrates a progressive knowledge by applying skills to future projects.
3. Supports marketing activities by coordinating standard jobs such as creating and deploying emails, print and web ads, updating of web pages, creation of flyers for use at conferences, etc.
4. Maintains email lists. Maintains and updates email lists by adding alert registrants, conference participants, etc.
Education/Experience/Technological Knowledge


• Bachelor’s degree in Marketing (or related area) or equivalent experience with a scientific/technical or business publisher; 1-3 years of related experience such as marketing program administration. Position requires good organization, excellent PC skills, and strong written and oral communication skills.

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