We are a SaaS company that offers an integrated digital marketing platform trusted by 1,000+ leading retailers and brands for email, text message marketing, identity resolution, behavioral triggers and cross-channel orchestration. Our HQ is in Lititz, PA, but we have employees spanning over 30 states (and growing!). We are a family-run, 350-person organization led by a passionate leadership team that is invested in bringing together diverse, creative, intelligent minds to create an amazing workplace and product.
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About the role:
We are recruiting a dynamic driven marketer to support business operations for our Mobile Channel team. The Mobile Project Coordinator will focus on ensuring the timely & accurate orchestration of compliance activities involved in launching new programs. This essential team member will become a subject matter expert, helping internal stakeholders stay abreast of the latest compliance regulations.
Develop a strong understanding of compliance requirements, apply them to marketing programs, including calls-to-action and terms & conditions and be able to apply them to campaign briefs
Create client marketing briefs for review and approval
Consult with Implementation and Onboarding teams on project updates for new Listrak clients
Ensure proper compliance standards are consistently maintained
Responsible for new client program tracking and reporting to provide insight into campaign efforts
Conduct compliance audits for existing client programs to ensure adherence to regulations and provide recommendations for issue resolution
Research industry trends and the evolving competitive landscape as it pertains to compliance regulations
Bachelor's degree or other relevant experience
2+ years of experience working in digital marketing or project coordination - prior experience within mobile marketing is not required
Proven ability to apply best practices for client needs and customer experience
Attention to detail
Adaptable and flexible
Why join Listrak?
At Listrak, we take every voice into consideration-we invite and encourage our employees to help us solve problems and anticipate the unknown. We invest in our employees and work to grow and develop you in your career. We are highly collaborative and team oriented, and we take pride in our culture at Listrak!
Some of our amazing benefits include:
Remote and Hybrid Work Options*
Open Time Off
Volunteer Time Off
Adoption and Fertility stipend
Education and Gym Reimbursement
Family Care Time
We also encourage our employees to have work/life balance, with benefits like generous time off, remote capabilities, and volunteer time off. We love to give back to our community (and yours!) and we take our social responsibility seriously, sponsoring and hosting local high school tech programming, volunteering our space for community organizations, and donating time and resources for non-profits like Meals on Wheels, Habitat for Humanity, and our local YWCA.
Come join our growing team!
Listrak is proud to be an and affirmative action employer. We do not discriminate based on gender, race or color, ethnicity or national origin, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other applicable characteristics protected by law.
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