PR and Social Media Specialist – Creative Marketing Alliance (Princeton Junction, NJ)

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Build and maintain B2B and B2C client relations
  • Manage client projects/accounts
  • Develop client marketing communication plans including strategy, goals, budget and tactics
  • Create and curate engaging content and spark conversations on social media channels to help clients achieve their marketing goals
  • Develop campaign tactics, track key metrics and adjust tactics accordingly
  • Leverage existing media relationships and cultivate new contacts
  • Write feature magazine articles

 QUALIFICATIONS/ATTRIBUTES:

  • Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications and/or 5+ years’ related experience
  • Outstanding time management and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent writer/editor
  • Exceptional interpersonal competence
  • Self-starter and team member
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and social media channels
  • Prior client experience preferred

THE COMPANY: Creative Marketing Alliance (CMA), a full-service marketing agency, provides innovative solutions in the areas of traditional design, interactive design, content creation, public relations and strategic marketing.

WHY CMA? CMA is a dynamic, fast-paced, growing company with a casual, pet-friendly environment. Our culture is built around core values such as client passion, enthusiasm, excellence, solution-oriented and teamwork. We have a “work hard, play hard” committee that keeps the “play” in our culture….summer BBQs, Halloween costume contests, employee recognition awards, birthday and anniversary celebrations and involvement with community/charity events.

CMA combines competitive salary with benefit options for health, dental, vision, and life insurance as well as PTO and a 401(k) savings and investment plan.

APPLY: Send resumes to jmorgan@cmasolutions.com or visit our career website (http://cmamarketingsolutions.com/our-people/careers/).

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