The Economist is a leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from newspapers and magazines to conferences and electronic services.
An opportunity has arisen for a motivated and experienced marketer to join The Economist as a Marketing Lead. The successful candidate will be based out of our New York office and will be responsible for the strategic planning and delivery of cross-channel marketing campaigns to secure delegate attendance for our portfolio of Custom Events.
The ideal addition to the team is a strategic thinker who can interpret data to make recommendations and has a proven track record of owning campaigns that attract, engage and retain audiences. The successful candidate will create and maintain budgets and be client-facing in a marketing planning, consultative and delivery capacity.
This is a rare opportunity to join an ambitious team who are truly customer-centric and committed to delivering the very best results for our clients. The portfolio has experienced unprecedented growth over the last 18 months, and as a result we’re looking for a Marketing Lead who is eager to develop their skills and career fast.
The ideal skills for this role are:
The expected base salary for this position ranges from $86,000-$90,300. It is not typical for offers to be made at or near the top of the range. Rather, salary offers are based on a wide range of factors including relevant skills, training, experience, education, and, where applicable, licensure or certifications obtained. Market and organizational factors are also considered. In addition to base salary and a competitive benefits package, successful candidates may be eligible to receive a discretionary bonus based on role and level." (only use as applicable).