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$40,000 – $60,000 a year

  • Use social media content to build customer relationships.
  • Build and manage a social media audience.
  • Experience with social media campaign development.

Gluten Intolerance Group of NA

Auburn, WA

$21 – $30 an hour

  • Collaborate with Social Media Associate to manage content calendar and help develop content that aligns marketing initiatives and communication strategies.

Federal Way, WA 98003 (Steel Lake area)

From $35 an hour

  • As a full time GenCare employee, you will receive Commissions and Bonuses a Benefit Package including paid sick and vacation days and holidays.
  • Developing and coordinating marketing projects from inception to completion including print/ web-based with attention to detail, accuracy, and deadlines.

Stepherson & Associates Communications

Seattle, WA 98121 (Belltown area)

Temporarily remote

$55,000 – $65,000 a year

  • Support external marketing efforts including collateral, social media, coordination
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Chicago, IL 60606 (Loop area)

$56,000 – $62,500 a year

  • Implements targeted marketing campaigns (print, online, email, social media, etc.) with measurable objectives for assigned program areas.

Meltzer Hellrung LLC

Chicago, IL 60602 (The Loop area)

Temporarily remote

$70,000 – $100,000 a year

  • Digital marketing delivery (email, social media, website).
  • Well- developed and proven experience with all aspects of B to B marketing and special focus on…

Pearson Realty Group

Chicago, IL 60642 (Noble Square area)

Temporarily remote

$45,000 – $50,000 a year

  • Marketing support for real estate agents in the form of creating brochures, property flyers, signage, social media ads, and more.
  • Temporarily due to COVID-19.

VectorBuilder Inc.

Chicago, IL 60609 (Bridgeport area)

$30,000 – $70,000 a year

  • Proven experience as a marketing specialist or similar role with a thorough understanding of marketing elements (including traditional and digital marketing…

KOZAKH Incorporated


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