We’re hiring!

Online marketing account manager

Who should apply?

2+ years experience in an online marketing focused role, preferably search, social, email, or content marketing.

What’s the position all about?

We’re looking for a fun, brilliant and energetic professional to help us with account management, project management and execution of online marketing strategies for our clients.

Performance objectives:

Take the lead on 3-4 accounts depending on engagement scope.
Be responsible for the client hitting performance metrics.
Manage deliverables, timelines, and other resources via a project management system.
Proficiently execute marketing initiatives such as PPC campaigns, SEO tasks, content and/or copywriting, social media advertising and management, analysis and reporting, etc.
Collaborate closely and effectively with other CZ team members through proactive communication and early warning of any actual or potential issues.
Be completely up-to-date and informed on all critical internet marketing strategies, technologies, and tactics offered by CZ.

Must-have skills & qualities:

Super-duper relationship management skills
Demonstrated project management skills
Excellent writing skills
100% dependable
Ultra-responsive & consistent
Takes outstanding notes
Impeccable follow-through
Creative thinker
Fun to be around

Nice-to-have skills that we will teach you if we decide you’re 100% awesome:

Strong understanding of online marketing playing field & common strategies
SEM (AdWords, Bing pay-per-click management)
LinkedIn / Facebook PPC ad management
Social media management
Google Analytics & other analytics tools
Email program management

About this job:

You can work from anywhere you want, though preference goes to people who are regularly in the Bay Area.
You’ll have a tremendous amount of creative freedom
This is a salary position with bonuses for client performance.
Compensation is commensurate with experience.

How to apply:

Send us a message with the following information.

– Your resume

– 3 words that describe you professionally

– 2 sentences about you that aren’t work-related

– In a paragraph, explain something complicated, that you know a lot about