19 Most Common Flexible Marketing Job Titles
Calling all marketing professionals with varied skills and experiences! With projected growth looking promising, landing a flexible marketing job may be more possible than ever before.
According to the BLS, marketing professionals with varied skills sets are in high demand. Marketers with well-rounded backgrounds that include both creative and technical skills are desired in the current job market.
Looking at the most popular job titles listed on HubSpot and comparing them to the FlexJobs database, we were able to find that their popular marketing titles are also flexible marketing jobs. Check them out below!
19 Most Common Flexible Marketing Job Titles
Digital marketing managers will develop and implement online marketing campaigns to promote products or services for a company. Knowledge of web analytics tools, email marketing, social media, and search advertising is needed. This position is a growing fully remote option, too.
This common marketing job title involves using online content to promote a company’s products or services. They will create and distribute content and measure the results. Content management system experience is often needed.
Marketing managers also create, implement, and manage marketing campaigns, but may work more on print initiatives. The ability to analyze industry trends and demand for products and services will be required.
This common marketing job assists with increasing brand awareness and promoting company products and services. SEO, social media, and email marketing are some common skills needed. This role typically requires one to three years of experience.
Marketing coordinators are an entry-level role that often take on more administrative tasks, such as tracking campaigns, maintaining databases, and preparing reports. Writing and organizational skills are needed.
A Search Engine Optimization (SEO) specialist helps improve website rankings on search engines. They will maintain title and meta tags, look for link-building opportunities, and research keywords.
Account executives build relationships with existing and prospective clients. They may help execute marketing campaigns by identifying client marketing needs.
Social media managers oversee and direct all social channels, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Using best practices to write posts, create images, and interact with the online community will be a part of the role.
The analyst function of this role means that you’ll analyze statistics and find ways to improve digital marketing efforts. Research, analytical, and communication skills are highly desired for this role.
Marketing specialists use their expertise to conduct market research, develop ideas for marketing campaigns, and assist with outbound or inbound marketing activities. A minimum of five years of experience is usually required.
Also known as a UX manager, this job works to bridge the experience between a business and a consumer, creating positive experiences. Focused on websites or apps, UX managers ensure consumers get the information they need.
Account managers will work with customers to build relationships, create marketing plans to meet client needs, and ensure marketing projects are on track. Interpersonal and communication skills are valuable in this role.
Marketing directors will lead marketing campaigns and branding for a company. They’ll implement large-scale projects and analyze trends. Typically, more than 10 years’ experience and the ability to manage others is required.
A content strategist is a marketer who develops, writes, and distributes content to drive inbound traffic, convert traffic to leads, and drive sales. Strong writing skills are a must-have for this common marketing job.
SEO managers plan, implement, and manage an organization’s SEO strategy. Website, content, and social media optimization is the main task for this common marketing job, and a few years of experience is usually required.
An executive director of marketing will oversee all marketing operations by setting benchmarks, creating marketing strategy, developing annual budgets, and managing employees. Over 10 years of experience is commonly required.
Also known as an PPC specialist, this role manages paid search campaigns in search engines and executes and monitors bid management and keyword research. PPC experience and sometimes a Google AdWords certification is needed.
Social media specialists create social media strategies, distribute content, engage in conversation with users, and overall improve an employer’s presence on social media. A few years of experience will usually be required.
Finding Your Next Flexible Marketing Job
Whether you want to work part-time, with a flexible schedule, remotely from home, or as a freelancer, FlexJobs has a variety of marketing jobs available. Our fully vetted and verified jobs ensure that you’ll only find real job opportunities, leading to a faster and safer job search experience.
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A version of this piece was originally published on August 21, 2015.
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Jessica Howington, FlexJobs Content Manager
Jessica Howington is a prior stay at home mom with a background in education and healthcare. As a Content Manager for the award-winning site FlexJobs , she strives to support those in search of flexible employment opportunities by providing job…Read More >
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