Anglin PR is hiring for a digital marketing specialist. The job description is below, but to give a sense of cultural fit - we have 3 enduring characteristics that define us: (1) Humble - understanding that other peoples' skills and input can make their work better (2) Hungry - a natural curiosity that likes to explore new ideas and try new things and (3) Smart - learns from successes and mistakes and displays good decision making and follow through. Know someone like that?
Job Description for Digital Marketing Specialist – Full Time
Anglin PR specializes in communication strategy and implementation. The firm provides services ranging from strategic planning and image development to customer, community and media outreach.
Anglin PR is hiring a digital marketing specialist to participate with the team in the research, planning, implementation and evaluation of client programs. This team member will have marketing and PR experience with a specialty in digital marketing.
Scope of Responsibilities:
Range $35,000 - $45,000, depending on experience.
Please submit resume, 2 writing samples and descriptions with samples from 2 digital marketing campaigns:
Anglin Public Relations
720 N.W. 50th, Ste. 200a
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
no phone calls please.
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