Marketing Jobs Monday: 10 Best Digital Openings

Happy Monday folks! Guess what’s back, back again? It’s another edition of Marketing Jobs Monday, where I share a fresh batch of 10 of the best digital marketing jobs.

They’re located in cities such as LA, NYC, and Chicago, but all of them are currently remote, and some have the opportunity to continue being so. Even if the one you want doesn’t state it, if you’re their most magical unicorn they might make it work long-term, too.

Finally, it’s tough out there. Don’t get discouraged if last week was filled with deafening silence or rejections. It tends to take around three months to find a job. So shake it off (it’s not you, it’s them!), and get back to applying. You’ve got this!

Discover this best digital marketing jobs this week:

Last time y’all were most interested in the Substack job. Was that just a symptom of it being number one on the list? We’ll soon find out…

1. Influencer Marketing Manager, Disney Streaming Services

What’s the scoop: The Influencer Marketing Manager will assist in the planning, execution, and optimization of acquisition-focused influencer campaigns. The promotion of Disney Streaming Services products will take place through partnership with influencers and digital channels (Paid Social, Display, etc). 

What’s unique: Be part of sharing amazing stories worldwide! It’s a great time to get in on Disney+, the streaming service that launched earlier this year. Disney Streaming is responsible for the ESPN+ premium sports streaming service; the Disney+ SVOD service; and BAMTECH Media, a global leader in direct-to-consumer video streaming products and solutions.

You can apply here.

2. Social Media Manager, Modcloth

What’s the scoop: They’re looking for a motivated and hands on Social Media Manager to ideate and execute social media strategies, guidelines, best practices, promotional campaigns and day-to-day activities while optimizing and monetizing the brand’s presence on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest and other relevant social media platforms.

What’s unique: ModCloth is an innovative, digital-first lifestyle brand committed to inspiring personal style and helping its community of customers feel like the best version of themselves. They offer a whimsical design aesthetic and bright, colorful prints. The company sells its own exclusive line of apparel and carries a unique assortment of fashion and home decor from over a hundred independent designers – so you can help lift up others!

You can apply here.

3. Director, Digital Marketing, Activision

What’s the scoop: The Director of Digital Marketing, Call of Duty will lead a team responsible for managing digital marketing across the brand, including social, digital, web, content, and strategy. They will partner closely with other marketing, communications, and product teams to develop and execute programs that deepen the relationship with players and attract new fans to the franchise.

What’s unique: Activision has continuously disrupted the world of entertainment as a leader in the video game industry, and there’s never been a better time to be in gaming. Call of Duty has been the bestselling franchise of the past 10 years. Recently, with the launch of Call of Duty: Warzone, over 65 million people jumped in to play their free battle royale Call of Duty game.

You can apply here.

4. Director, Social Media, alice + olivia

What’s the scoop: They’re looking for a Social Media leader to develop and implement innovative platform and content strategies that drive Social Media channel growth, community engagement and e-commerce revenue. This person will lead influencer and affiliate ambassador marketing programs that drive reach, awareness and revenue.

What’s unique: The brand is a Hollywood favorite with celebrity fans including Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker, Michelle Obama, Jessica Alba, and Kourtney Kardashian.

You can apply here.

5. Growth Content Marketer, Blavity

What’s the scoop: The Growth Content Marketer is responsible for sourcing and developing unique and thumb-stopping social media content which attracts, converts, and increases web traffic and brand awareness for our brands.

What’s unique: Blavity, Inc. is a venture-funded technology and new media company, founded in 2014 around a simple idea: enable black millennials to tell their own stories. The company has grown into a market leader for Black media, reaching over 80 million millennials per month through our growing brand portfolio which includes: Blavity News, 21Ninety, AfroTech, Travel Noire, and Shadow & Act. 

You can apply here.

6. Paid Acquisition Manager, Bark

What’s the scoop: The Marketing Manager will help run a variety of paid acquisition channels on Barkbox, Superchewer and Bright Dental, ranging from paid social, search engine marketing, display advertising and other test channels.

What’s unique: Try to name someone who doesn’t own a pet in the US! Pretty hard, right? BARK (by Disney) is a company building products, experiences, and entertainment for dogs and the people who love them. They launched in 2011 with BarkBox, a monthly themed subscription of all-natural treats and clever toys. Since then, they’ve shipped more than 50 million toys and treats to the dogs across the world.

You can apply here.

7. Paid Search Strategist, Squarespace

What’s the scoop: They’re seeking a Media Strategist to optimize, elevate, and expand our paid search programs domestically. They wan someone who is a creative, results-driven marketer with both deep expertise in search and a desire to be part of a full-funnel, collaborative media team

What’s unique: Lots of business are moving online right now. By blending elegant design and sophisticated engineering, they empower millions of people — from individuals and local artists to entrepreneurs shaping the world’s most iconic businesses — to share their stories with the world.

You can apply here.

8. Marketing Science Partner, Retail, Snapchat

What’s the scoop: As a member of their Marketing Science US team, you will leverage insights, measurement, and learning plans to help advertisers in the retail vertical maximize ad performance on Snapchat. The Marketing Science team collaborates across sales, measurement product, and product marketing to drive adoption of the most important and performant ad-buying and measurement tools Snapchat has to offer.

What’s unique: Snap Inc. is a camera company, and the camera is not going away anytime soon. This seems like an interesting opportunity for an analyst to apply their skills in a new way.

You can apply here.

9. Manager, Marketing Strategy & Analytics, Grubhub

What’s the scoop: This leader will bring a passion for customer experience with an analytical mindset to help bring quantitative rigor to decision making, while balancing a variety of stakeholder interests and cross-functional partnerships. Some of the projects you will be involved in may include: A/B testing plan development and evaluation, marketing channel spend optimization, campaign performance analytics, market/diner segment deep dives, initiative business case development, and quarterly strategic planning.

What’s unique: More people than ever are ordering food, since restaurants are closed. And with Uber’s Postmates acquisition, this space just got even more interesting.

You can apply here.

10. Freelance, Content Manager, Complex Networks

What’s the scoop: Complex is seeking a Freelance Content Manager (Commerce) with a focus on Style to join the Distribution team. This position will report into the VP, Business Development and Commerce. The ideal person for this position is style fanatic who is in tune with streetwear and the industry behind it.

What’s unique: Complex Networks’ digital channels, which include Complex News, First We Feast, Pigeons & Planes, Sole Collector and more, are the Top 10 publishers in the U.S. for social engagement on channels like Facebook and YouTube. A diversified and profitable media business with premium distribution partners such as Netflix, Hulu, Pluto TV, Roku, and iFlix, Complex Networks’ original content exemplifies convergence culture, exploring topics that span across popular culture from music to movies, sports to video games, fashion to food.

You can apply here.

Apply to these open digital marketing jobs now!

Submit your applications as soon as possible for the best digital marketing jobs, because the early bird catches the worm. If you’re looking for a specific level or skill set, please let me know and I’ll try to include those next week.

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By Megan Mitzel

I'm the wearer of overalls behind the marketing advice website Marketing Overalls. I'm also a senior marketing director with more than ten years of experience leading acquisition and lifecycle marketing at successful startups. Before that, I got a business degree at UNC-Chapel Hill. Before that, I owned a seashell shop. And that's the tea on me.