Marketing Jobs Monday: 10 Picks

During this pandemic many people have lost their jobs. And even if you’ve been lucky enough not to, we’ve talked before about how it makes sense to always be applying to jobs.

So, on Mondays you’ll find a fresh batch of 10 interesting marketing jobs I’ve seen recently, ripe for the taking. All of them are currently remote, and some have the opportunity to continue being so. I’d argue that even if the one you want doesn’t state it, if you’re their most magical unicorn they’d make it work long-term, too.

Discover this week’s open marketing jobs:

From humor-filled TikTok to online gaming platform Twitch, find a new marketing job that’s the perfect fit.

1. Content Strategist, Substack

What’s the scoop: Substack is looking for someone to embody the “Substack voice” and extend it throughout all the work they produce. Maintain a consistent editorial brand, figure out how their growing body of written and visual work fits together, and create more of it on their blog, within resources, and on their website. 

What’s unique: Just when you thought email newsletters couldn’t be more modernized or monetized, this company came along and did just that. They’ve made it dead simple to start up an email newsletter and charge subscribers for different tiers of access. Basically it’s Patreon, only for email. Also it sounds like they’ve got a pretty experienced team and it’s in its early days so lots of opportunities to learn and grow.

You can apply here if you’re interested.

2. Campaign Manager, Twitch

What’s the scoop: They’re looking for an ad operations manager to handle campaigns end-to-end – from order building to inventory management to trafficking and billing. You’d also communicate campaign performance with sales and client services, recommending optimization changes to achieve client expectations 

What’s unique: Enjoy a smaller company vibe within Amazon, who is insanely ahead of the tech stock pack with Wallstreet right now. Twitch gaming and TwitchCon are huge. Especially with more people staying at home right now. Plus, the Metaverse is on the way and Twitch has a jump on it.

You can apply to this open marketing job here.

3. Search Marketing Manager, LEGO is a remote marketing job

What’s the scoop: Join the newly created B2B eCommerce Center of Excellence team. Drive commercial growth in the Americas through search engine marketing and search engine optimization. Specifically focused on Amazon, Walmart and Target.

What’s unique: As kids are stuck at home and not headed back to school anytime soon, LEGO has an opportunity to make a difference by keeping children occupied and learning, and their working parents sane. They say up front that this position can be remote anywhere in the US, and you’ll be part of a new team so it might be easier to bond and onboard as everyone likely just went through it.

You can apply here. And also I have to mention they’re hiring for a Manager, Digital Marketing – Girls which might even be cooler.

4. Digital Strategist & Webmaster, The HistoryMakers

What’s the scoop: The HistoryMakers, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit African American video oral history archive, seeks to hire a full time Digital Strategist & Webmaster that is skilled and results driven and can work as a one person team. The Digital Strategist will be tasked with building a community of users by analyzing user experience data, initiating digital projects, reporting on current and planned strategies, user outreach on the web and on social media, leading effective digital marketing strategies, ensuring the projects are executed on time and within budget and serving as an effective project manager. 

What’s unique: Contributing to the nation’s largest African American video oral history archive, a one-of-a-kind collection, housed permanently at the Library of Congress – I mean, come on!

You can apply here.

5. Senior Copywriter, Peloton

What’s the scoop: Peloton is on the hunt for a digital campaign thinking Senior Copywriter to concept and execute 360 digital campaigns for our products and services. You will provide creative strategies from concept for messaging ideas and copy that takes the brand and our products to the next level for consumers. This role is ideal for a creative that thinks big-picture and dreams about how to evolve the conversations across multiple digital channels including Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, and web.

What’s unique: Peloton sales are going bonkers due to everyone being safer at home. And it looks like at-home fitness is probably here to stay – so it’s got some job security while being a new field a distinct voice can really make a mark in.

You can apply here.

6. Sr. Social Media Manager, CAVA

What’s the scoop: As a Sr Manager of Social Media your role will focus on Acquisition and Engagement of our guests. You will lead social strategy end to end, originate story ideas that connect with audiences and achieve KPIs, and establish processes and framework for seamless implementation and performance optimization across all audience-relevant platforms.

What’s unique: Everyone I know who’s worked there has had good things to say. CAVA is also pretty DC-centric, and presumably eventually this role would be based there, so you’d have an opportunity to make an impact on your community in a big way.

You can apply here.

7. Growth Marketing Manager, TikTok

What’s the scoop: Drive user acquisition through performance marketing activity on major social platforms including Facebook, Google, Twitter, Snapchat and Pinterest.

What’s unique: We both know you’ve seen more TikTok videos in the last three months than you ever wanted to. The platform has been seeing explosive growth, and the content is funny (and humor can reduce stress!).

You can apply here.

8. Offline Media Manager, Casper

What’s the scoop: This person will own end-to-end strategy and implementation of cutting-edge marketing campaigns across radio, podcasts, direct mail, print, and OOH. 

What’s unique: Casper’s well known for their growth in the DTC space. Everyone still needs beds – particularly beds that you don’t have to visit a store to shop for. Plus, offline is where it’s at (it doesn’t get better than direct mail!).

You can apply here.

9. Senior Product Marketing Manager, Hulu

What’s the scoop: Hulu’s Marketing team is seeking a(n) Senior Product Marketing Manager who will be an exceptional addition to our Engagement and Retention team. As a(n) Senior Product Marketing Manager at Hulu, you will help to deepen engagement with our existing subscribers by understanding and prioritizing user needs, launching new products/features to market, and developing impactful marketing campaigns. 

What’s unique: I can’t imagine a better time to be in online entertainment. Also this is one of the few product marketer postings I’ve seen that would be in a b2c type environment. Could be a nice escape from b2b. And Hulu has Better Things, so that’s something.

You can apply here.

10. Sr. Director, Branded Content, Sesame Workshop

What’s the scoop: They’re looking for a multi-disciplinary brand creative leader to drive brand vision for Sesame Workshop, Sesame Street and new IP and deliver effective brand solutions across multiple media platforms including on-air promo, video, digital, web, social, experiential, and consumer products.

What’s unique: OMFG Sesame Street? Last year I read Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street, and I’m obsessed. Now is an incredible time to have an impact on the youth.

You can apply here.

Apply to these open marketing jobs now!

That’s all folks. Get working on your applications because the early bird catches the worm. Also you might have noticed this is quite an eclectic mix of jobs in terms of disciplines and level. If you’re looking for a specific level or skill set, please let me know and I’ll try to include those next week. (You’re welcome!)

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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.