Partnership Marketing Lead
The Partnership Marketing Lead will be responsible for sourcing and nurturing corporate marketing relationships. This is a great opportunity for somebody that is passionate about tech education, forging relationships with outside partners, and growing brand awareness as well as incremental student acquisition.
This is a collaborative and cross-functional role. You’ll have the opportunity to work with the Marketing, Admissions, Community, and Operations teams to plan and execute partnerships focused on driving new student acquisition. You’ll spearhead marketing initiatives that raise awareness and support qualified applicant goals for Flatiron School’s in-person and online courses. The ideal candidate is a marketing innovator who has a track record of achieving (and measuring) great results through partnerships.
- Identify new strategic marketing partners on both local and national levels.
- Build mutually beneficial relationships with new and existing partners.
- Help ideate new initiatives and promotions to use in partnership pitches.
- Work with legal and other internal teams to execute contracts and implement partnership terms.
- Develop methodologies to highlight trends and provide meaningful insights to partners and internal stakeholders.
- 3+ years of marketing and/or sales experience.
- Experience building relationships with key marketing decision makers, brand digital advertising managers and agency partners.
- Analytics capabilities necessary to understand performance objectives, build a program intended to meet them, and provide meaningful insight into results.
- Employs critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills to navigate relationships and partner conversations.
- Business acumen and desire to understand and participate on a wide range of strategic business issues.
- Knowledge/experience with the latest trends and best practices in online marketing and measurement.
- Knowledge of higher education marketing and admissions operations.
- Advanced knowledge of marketing concepts and strategic account management requirements.
- $70K-$80K annually