If you’re looking for a job, possibly a career that makes you feel anchored 

Work is demanding, marketing is time-consuming, but there is a way to achieve all that you want.

You’re always willing to step up and do whatever is asked of you. 

Aspiring

Looking to make a bigger impact, play a bigger role in the success of the company

If you have a desire to help grow ideas, grow businesses and ensure the customer has a great experience this could be the gap you fill.

Problem Solvers

If you like solving problems and would be interested in using your skills to help your company’s brand expand and deliver a meaningful experience.

Be a Team Player

If you like being someone that lifts the entire team up and will look out for the customers best interests. We may know the perfect gap to fill.

Filling the Gaps

Do you see ways to streamline things at work? Have you seen recurring issues or are you willing to dig around to find ways to improve the way your company communicates and serves its audience?

Career Marketeer

Customer advocates first and foremost

We dissect and pick apart the little things that have a huge impact on the customer’s experience. Such as the checkout process, customer service, and communication throughout the marketing cycle.

But don’t get it twisted. While Marketeers do care genuinely for their community of customers, they are also thoughtful gatekeepers. Nobody wins if the company’s solutions or core values aren’t a match with a potential customer.

We take our job as gatekeepers seriously and happily design our marketing to repel those that aren’t a great fit for our community or offerings.

Problem Solvers

Marketeers like to solve problems and are willing to voice their opinion. Especially if it improves the customers experience and results.

Team Players

Marketeers are natural team players. It’s less about recognition and more about the entire team coming together to create a share worthy customer experience.

Intuitive

You may not be the best communicator but you naturally read between the lines. A customer unhappy with the result likely has more to do with everything they aren’t saying. You pick up on it and know how to navigate the disappointment without backing them into a corner.

Resilience

It’s about the team and ultimately it’s about the customer’s experience. You have resilience that lets you be wrong and learn from it. Failure only encourages you to try again until you find a solution that fits the longterm strategy.

Survialist Marketeer

You’re a team player reaching your limits

You’re supportive, helpful and always willing to put in a few extra hours when needed. You likely don’t get the recognition you should, nut that everyone’s story right!?

You do have a choice to make, you can shed a few unwanted responsibilities to dive deeper into the career you want. Or you can keep jumping from fire to fire which makes you a hero without gaining the experiences you need to make you more successful in your field of work.

You don’t need more time, you just need to make a choice.

You’ll always say yes

Who doesn’t appreciate a go getter that takes on the world and stays on their feet. But when your knees start to buckle it’s likely a good indicator that you are ready to shed a few responsibilities. You get to choose which ones.

Peace Keeper

It’s amazing that you want to keep the peace. To help and support your boss and the team you work with. Do you sense that you could be doing more for the team and the company as a whole, if you were able to be responsible for less tasks, with more accountable of the few?

Responsible

Everyone at work knows they can count on you to do more than your fair share. They know you’re dependable, reliable and willing to jump in at moments notice. If you felt taken advantage of, or wished you could just say no it’s time to make some choices for your own happiness and self worth.