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Digital Marketing Coordinator

Company Name:
Grand Entrance
Digital Marketing Coordinator

Grand Entrance is a high-growth, innovative company with very unique products and services aimed at providing architects and designers with solutions to complex building product problems. We are market leaders and innovators with over 75 patents worldwide. Interior building products include wall protection, entrance flooring systems, specialty and anti-fatigue flooring.
We are seeking a Digital Marketing Coordinator to join our Marketing and Design Department to assist in the development of marketing collateral and assist with various tasks. The ideal candidate should thrive in a challenging, fast-paced environment and have a thirst for developing new ideas and marketing concepts!
The Digital Marketing Coordinator should have exposure to digital marketing tactics and tools such, email marketing, analytics, social media platforms, and website content writing. The coordinator will also assist with the management of our tradeshows, maintain product document library, and communicate with outside vendors.

Responsibilities:
Knowledge of digital platforms and their potential impact
Coordinating a range of events, including trade shows, presentations, and webinars
Working with the marketing department to craft and deploy email campaigns
Updating and improving website content
Drafting unique content for social media platforms and monitoring progress
Research and stay abreast to competitors and product trends for future content development
Be a team player and contribute creativity, thinking outside of the box at team meetings and brainstorming sessions


Qualifications
Exposure to digital marketing strategies
Capable of multi-tasking and creative problem-solving in a fast-paced setting
Outstanding communication skills both verbal & written
Working effectively under pressure and maintaining a positive attitude
Eagerness to grow and develop current skill sets and learn new disciplines

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