Marketing Specialist

Company Name:
Beacon Midwest
We are seeking a highly motivated Marketing Professional for a long term contract
with one of our Madison area clients.
To qualify for this position, you must have a strong understanding of how to engage a range of internal and external audiences. Know how to effectively communicate through various channels including but not limited to web copy, blogs, newsletters, social media, case studies, whitepapers, brochures and product sheets. Additionally, you thrive in a fast-paced environment and can manage multiple, ongoing marketing projects. Your strong prioritization skills make you a master at managing each marketing project from ideation through delivery, leading the editorial and Compliance review process to meet deadlines.
10+ years of writing content for the financial/insurance industry
Able to write content that resonates with senior credit union leaders and credit union members
Strong ability to manage multiple, ongoing marketing projects, use tools to organize projects, tasks and meet deadlines
Able to proactively recruit content contributors, provide editorial support, and help them publish great content on time
Strong team collaboration and communication skills
Experience at writing compelling financial-centric content and adapting it to serve multiple audiences
Strong digital content writing for newsletters, blogs, social media, case studies and other formats
Able to understand the values and needs of the
being served and how to communicate with them effectively
Able to use communication tools such as direct email programs and social media platforms
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Results oriented with strong focus on quality, deliverables and timelines

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