Two Hats is looking for a digital marketer to launch, test, analyze, optimize, and scale current & new marketing channels to attract new audiences for Two Hats and our clients. This person will be data-driven and results-oriented (if you love reports, that’s a great sign). One of the more important things we’re looking for is the ability to create and deliver marketing campaigns that show ROI. This role will eventually be client-facing. This is a unique opportunity to work on a small, close-knit team that shares equally in creative decisionmaking. Work-life balance is more than a buzzword to us. On average our team logs 30 hrs a week with a 50/50 split of remote and in-office work time. For this role, we’d like to move from contract to hire. Your first project will be marketing for Two Hats and then we’ll slowly transition you to client projects if that makes sense. We believe in incremental growth, so if you’re looking for a full-time role right off the bat, this probably won’t be a good fit.
Here are some of the things we’d like to see from this role…
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What it’s like to Work at Two Hats
The work is creative and there are lots of diverse projects to contribute to. We each feel strong ownership over our work and for Two Hats. All of our roles here are amazingly flexible and you can switch up what you do and how many hours you do it. We believe in human-centric design and human-centric workplace rules. Our team is highly independent and collaborative. To fit culturally, our next digital marketer will need to be someone who thrives with autonomy and responsibility, has strong interpersonal and communication skills, and can hold the throughline for projects that run for months. Flexibility and adaptability are critical, as we all make our own schedules. We work when we want, and we can manage this while meeting our promises to our clients and each other. SalaryThis is a contract-to-hire position. As a contractor, we’ll work with you at your freelancing rate (we’re open to taking bids). When we transition to employee, we’ve got a lower than an industry-standard hourly rate and offset that with an employee profit-share. We’re looking for someone at an early/mid-stage of their career. So if you’re a senior-level badass, we probably shouldn’t interview you unless you’re willing to trade in your salary expectations for a different kind of workplace environment.
1-10 team members
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