The American Society of Nephrology

Washington, D.C., The American Society of Nephrology (ASN)–which represents more than 21,000 physicians, researchers, nurses, and other health professionals dedicated to creating a world without kidney diseases—seeks a full-time Marketing Associate.
Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Communications, the Marketing Associate will work closely with the marketing and communications team to plan and implement the marketing campaigns and plans for the organization. This role may work with various marketing channels, including email, website content, and social media. The ideal candidate should know how to plan marketing tactics, collect market data, and manage daily administrative tasks for the marketing department.
This position is based in Washington, DC, where we employ a hybrid work environment (80 days in the office required).
Responsibilities are not limited and include:

Marketing Operations and Tactical Execution – Collaborate with the marketing team and internal stakeholders to develop and execute marketing campaigns across various channels, including digital and traditional marketing.
Stakeholder Communications – coordinate with internal stakeholders and third-party vendors to develop and manage marketing campaigns.
Campaign Development and Implementation – Work alongside the team to assist with copy development and design strategy for all promotions, including email marketing and social media management.
Data and Analytics – Assist in database management to ensure data integrity. Compile and analyze marketing campaign data to provide insights on campaign optimization and improve marketing strategies.
Team Collaboration – Work across all ASN teams to ensure all marketing efforts and campaigns align with strategies and goals.
Marketing Trends and Insights – Stay up to date and current with emerging technologies and industry trends to drive creativity within department and campaign development.
Project Management – Effectively manage multiple and shifting deadlines and campaign priorities within a fast-paced environment.

The above responsibilities are a general description of the level and nature of the work assigned to this position and are not considered all-inclusive.  Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Advertising, Communications, English, Public Relations, or a related field
One to three years of related marketing or communications experience, including intern experience
Proficiency in using technology to organize and execute projects (particularly Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).
Ability to work independently and as a member of a team, including managing multiple deadlines and projects at the same time.
Collaborative style to work effectively with volunteer members and leaders, colleagues, and other departments.
Outstanding interpersonal, written, and verbal skills 
Demonstrated understanding of marketing operations, including use of email marketing platforms (i.e., Higher Logic or MagnetMail), social media platforms (i.e., Hootsuite), Association Management System (AMS) software (i.e., NetFORUM), and analytics platforms (i.e., Google Analytics or FullStory).

Desired Qualifications:

Experience using Association Management System (AMS) software, including Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Experience with NetFORUM is preferred.
Experience using broadcast email software. Experience with Higher Logic or RealMagnet/MagnetMail and HTML experience is preferred.

Experience using project management software to organize and execute projects. Experience with Monday.com is preferred.

ASN offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and a comprehensive fringe benefits package.
Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements (with the subject line: Marketing Associate) to ASN at [email protected] .  Please note that the Society can only accept online applications for this position. 
 

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