Remote Marketing Jobs
4 Jobs Posted
Demand Generation Marketer
We are looking for an experienced, results-driven marketer to join our demand generation team to help lead the development and execution of demand programs and campaigns at Blend.
This position is Remote First and requires proof of vaccination unless Blend grants you an exemption.
Blend is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity, inclusion and belonging. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We will consider for employment all qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records in a manner consistent with applicable laws.
Remote Marketing Campaign Strategist
UPMC Health Plan is hiring a full-time Campaign Strategist to support the Marketing Communications Department for its downtown Pittsburgh location at the US Steel Tower. This is a Monday through Friday daylight position. The selected candidate can work remotely.
Email Marketing Manager
Jetfuel.agency’s team is seeking an Email Marketing Manager to join our team. The ideal candidate will have a balance of proven, data-driven performance chops and creative gusto to help achieve stellar organic results. S/he will be able to draw actionable insights from data and proactively plan out the next steps.
If you have a track record of exceeding goals when it comes to Email Marketing, with a highly proactive attitude, then please keep reading!
This position is fully remote and will involve regular weekly and monthly calls.
The Giving Block
Email Marketing Manager
This is an exciting opportunity to join our Marketing team and build out and own our email marketing channel. In this role, you will develop and execute our email engagement, capture, nurturing and conversion strategy to drive lead-generation and acquisition across our nonprofit organization and crypto donor user bases.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I find remote marketing jobs?
Finding your first few gigs as a remote marketer can be tasking, however, if you’ve closely followed this guide so far, it should be somewhat easier. Here are ways to get new jobs:
- Enquire from your network of friends for job openings.
- Build your CV and qualifications, then apply to a marketing company.
- List yourself on a freelancing website.
- Take remote marketing courses, most help their graduates find jobs upon completion of their program.
- Create a website and social media channels to advertise your services online.
What are the best remote jobs?
Finding the “best” remote job is entirely subjective since people have different inclinations, aptitudes, and employment preferences. However, for someone who’s new to marketing, being a virtual marketing assistant or an email marketer might be a great way to start. This way, you can build up your reputation, CV, and portfolio until you’re ready for the more lucrative marketing management jobs. You can even land a job as a market research analyst. They help analyze the effectiveness of a marketing campaign to help their clients decrease costs and increase sales.
How much do remote jobs pay?
Like traditional jobs, salaries for remote jobs vary with someone’s experience and skills. That being said, software developers and customer success engineers are among the highest-earning remote workers in 2019 with an average pay of over $100,000 a year. Marketing managers are also among the top earners with an average yearly salary of $63,250. However, if you’re someone who is considering working remotely, you should also keep in mind that working remotely allows you to save money on transportation, food, and parking, among other things.
What skills do I need to work remotely?
Although certain roles and employers will probably look for specific skills and backgrounds, there are general skills and requirements that every remote worker must have. Since your manager and coworkers may not always be readily available to cater to your questions, especially if you work on a flexible schedule, remote workers must be independent and resourceful. Additionally, you need to be motivated, have strong communication skills, since most communication is done through emails and chats, and be proficient in various digital tools. These are the essential skills that candidates need to possess to apply for available remote marketing jobs successfully.