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Marketing Coordinator

Bolste is an all-in-one collaboration platform that unites teams to plan, communicate, align, and reach their biggest goals faster than ever, anywhere. Pretty cool, right? But working at Bolste is more than just a job. It means rocking out with some of the most talented colleagues in the game and working together to level-up in everything we do. Oh, and how do great benefits, flexible time off, and a killer Scottsdale location sound?

We’re looking for an amazing new Marketing Coordinator to add to our Arizona team. Think you might be it?  

Job Description

Do you love staying up-to-date with the latest in online advertising? Do you eat, sleep and breathe digital marketing? Can you write a riveting one-sheet or an intriguing blog in a snap? Than you might be the perfect fit! The Marketing Coordinator role covers the entire spectrum of marketing, and will include helping with paid campaigns, shaping events, social media support, content/collateral creation and much more.

The ideal candidate will have the proven ability to multi-task, a keen eye for detail, a passion for all things marketing, and a love of working collaboratively in a team environment. They should also have a proven track record of working closely with the content, inside sales and lead gen teams.


  • Assist with paid lead generation programs, including planning, promotion, execution, optimization and reporting.
  • Help coordinate social media efforts, including Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter
  • Coordinate collateral creation with the Sr. Marketing Manager and Demand Generation Manager to build content that will educate, raise awareness and nurture prospects.
  • Help with the creation of landing pages, email assets and automated workflows to support the execution of digital campaigns in the marketing automation system.
  • Support marketing efforts with inside sales to ensure campaign alignment and execution.
  • Coordinate demand generation efforts for internal and external webinars and events.
  • Support product marketing efforts as needed.

Desired Skills and Experience

  • 2+ years marketing experience, including SEM, email campaigns, content creation, retargeting, etc.
  • Self-starter who values autonomy, manages their workload and consistently meets deadlines.
  • Deliver high-quality campaign assets based on marketing team goals.
  • Experience with collateral creation, including one-sheets, blogs, comparison guides, corporate backgrounders, etc.
  • Experience working with Hubspot, Unbounce, Outbrain and Google Analytics preferred.
  • Strong social media skills, including Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
  • Strong analytical skills and metrics-driven decision making.
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills, effective in both formal and informal settings.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in marketing or related field required.
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a team environment. Enjoys working in an agile and fast-paced atmosphere.
  • Experience with display advertising, retargeting, promoted content and digital community building.
  • HTML/CSS, WordPress and JavaScript experience all pluses.
  • Experience with Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator preferred. 
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