Guide Studio seeks a part-time or full-time Marketing Coordinator with 1-3 years experience in relevant fields including Architecture, Planning, Interior and Graphic Design. Candidates should possess a knack for thoughtful problem-solving, have excellent written communication skills, balance creativity with practicality, be detail-oriented, and manage processes independently and on time. To be successful in this role, you will need to be proactive, anticipate next steps and adapt to changing needs. Proficiency in Adobe InDesign is required.
Working closely with the President and Marketing Communications Director, the Marketing Coordinator supports the marketing of Guide Studio services with an emphasis on business development. He or she will identify and organize new business opportunities, and support communications efforts to nurture prospects and leads. Responsibilities will include:
- Assemble RFP responses and project sheets
- Support the creation of business development proposals and presentations
- Coordinate, create and deploy the monthly newsletter
- Conduct client research and investigate potential opportunities
- Manage and monitor the Contacts Database (Active Campaign)
- Assist with proofreading and copyediting
- Coordinate printing, mailing and other types of communications
US + YOU
If this sounds like a good fit for you, please apply through our website or email your cover letter, resume and digital portfolio to email@example.com.
At Guide Studio, all employees have the opportunity to learn and expand skillsets by working on various projects as well as taking advantage of educational resources, such as courses, webinars and conferences. We have an open and communicative culture where we champion each other and support and nurture career development.
We believe in the connection between people and place. Whether it’s a city, park, museum or campus, visitor experience can make or break its success. At Guide Studio, we use strategy and design to help clients develop an intentional experience for visitors and regulars that leaves them with a positive and lasting impression.
Our crew is a talented team of tenured designers, wayfinders, communicators and experience junkies. We not only enjoy the work we do, but the places we support and the long-term partnerships that come with it.
Our work and office culture are built on a spirit of ego-free collaboration. We share ideas, feedback and jokes freely to make our days both productive and fun, and occasionally crack open a bottle of wine or a growler of beer to celebrate a successful project or simply keep creative juices flowing.