The responsibilities of the Marketing Program Manager include planning marketing campaigns focused on Swell Utility Programs. Working with cross-functional teams, this person will be responsible for building, and executing on time and within budget. To be successful as a program marketing manager, you should have strong leadership and strategic planning skills.
- Maintaining an up-to-date understanding of the company, its products, and its client base to implement effective marketing campaigns.
- Working with the marketing director, utilities and the program team to create a strategic marketing plan and map out the tasks needed to implement that strategy.
- Ensuring program partners (such as utilities) and management are satisfied with the proposed marketing campaigns including navigating the complexities of utility messaging.
- Managing and supervising marketing campaigns from concept to completion.Collaborating with writers and graphic designers to create advertising content.
- Creating and managing a content calendar and scheduling deadlines.
- Determining marketing campaign budgets and ensuring that all staff adheres to them.
- Tracking campaign success and ROI including understanding of Google Analytics, email campaign data and program KPIs.
- Developing and maintaining strong working relationships with external vendors.
- Bachelor's degree in business, management, marketing, related field, or equivalent work experience.
- Experience with project management theory and best practices.
- Excellent organizational, prioritization, and decision-making skills.
- Strong analytical skills.
- Good communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills.
Compensation: $98,000- $100,000 Annually
Swell Energy, Inc is an Equal Employment Opportunity
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