Upworthy’s mission is to draw massive amounts of attention to the most important stories in the world. We are a mission-based media company focused on changing what the world is paying attention to.
We spend our days at the intersection of data and storytelling, developing tools and techniques to find, develop, craft, optimize, and even assess the impact of our stories in novel, powerful ways. But to make the kind of difference we want to make in the world, we need to go even further. That's where you come in.
We’re looking for a hyper-organized, multitalented Brand Marketing Manager who can help manage and support our marketing initiatives. You’d be working directly under our Vice President of Marketing to communicate and execute projects to amplify and clarify the Upworthy brand.
The Brand Marketing Manager position is built for someone who thinks of themselves as a creative generalist, who has the practical skills to bring an idea to fruition. It’s a chance to work with a small, creative team that is dedicated to experimentation, creativity, and fun.
This role is part creative, part execution, and most things in between. You’ve got to be able to think creatively about how to satisfy a project’s demands and work with the timeline and budget parameters to execute high-quality ideas. This job is just as much about brainstorming interesting ways to tell our story as it is keeping the trains running on time in a virtual office space at a fast-paced startup.
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For this position, it's important that you live in New York City (or can easily commute to and from the city) and don’t need a U.S. work visa.
Why It’s So Great to Work at Upworthy:
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At Upworthy, we believe that the diversity of ideas, experiences, and cultures that our employees contribute to our company is our greatest advantage, and we are proud to be an inclusive and equal-opportunity workplace, where all applicants and employees are considered for hire, promotion, and job status without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, or physical handicap.
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