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Marketing Manager

Atlantic Media Strategies (AMS) is the award-winning creative agency and consulting firm of The Atlantic.  Our team helps leading brands engage their audiences and move their organizations and ideas forward.  We bring together the best thinking across journalism, communications, audience research, design, marketing, and product development, to help our clients succeed in a changing world.  

After nearly five years in operation, AMS is at an exciting moment of growth.  We are differentiated as a brand and as a business by our ability to share strategic and tactical media insights, which we unearth from The Atlantic, its sister brands, the broader media landscape, and our own client work.  We are seeking to build on this thought leadership in media and communications by adding a new Manager to the Insights and Marketing teams.  This individual will report to the Senior Director of Brand and Marketing.

Our new hire (ideally, you!) will lead the storytelling and presentation of insights, thinking critically about how to share and package them to grow our brand and thought leadership.  She or he will work across live forums, presentation decks, sales collateral, and other creative concepts.  She or he will be particularly focused on translating AMS’s proprietary insights into compelling content for AMS’s growing roster of events, including presentation decks, scripts for keynote presentations, interviews, interactive discussions, and takeaway collateral for attendees.

Job responsibilities:

  • Brainstorm new storytelling strategies and concepts centered around sharing valuable knowledge to highly targeted communities
  • Build Powerpoint decks and other sales collateral that showcase AMS’s insights
  • Create programming and scripts for AMS’s growing roster of marketing events and speaking roles, including presentations, panel discussions, 1:1 interviews, and more
  • Collaborate with the Marketing and Business Growth teams to brainstorm new event ideas and create a vision, framing, and formats for those events
  • Craft compelling invitation copy and social media promotion to attract targeted audiences to those events
  • Identify and pursue new speaking opportunities at must-attend industry events

Qualifications of the ideal candidate:

  • 3 - 5 years of experience working on a high-growth marketing team
  • A passion for, and particular professional focus on, telling compelling stories—written, verbal, and visual
  • An ability to create well-articulated and highly designed PowerPoint presentations and other sales collateral
  • Experience in crafting insightful thought-leader content for events, ranging from small breakfast discussions to large forum and paid workshops
  • A curious mind, with a particular fascination for modern media and digital and social communications
  • Stellar writing and communication skills
  • Excellent design skills, particularly in Powerpoint presentations and slide decks
  • Ability to excel in a fast-paced, highly collaborative environment, and to balance many tasks at once
  • Spirit of entrepreneurialism, intellectualism, supportiveness, and positivity

Across Atlantic Media, generally, the firm looks for two “pillar gifts” in you, and everyone else.  In all of us, these are more aspirational than actual, but they are central in our intentions:

  1. Force of Intellect – a discipline and rigor of thought as manifested, often, in remarkable academic performance and, later, success in a professional environment.
     
  2. Spirit of Generosity – a natural disposition towards service and selfless conduct.

Atlantic Media is an EOE of Minorities/Women/Vets/Disability.

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