Did you ever see that old episode of Star Trek with the scary aliens in the blue sparkly muu-muus who could just kind of pulse their giant brains at you and get you to do stuff? That’s the type of impregnable leadership and persuasive moxie we’re looking for. (Minus the sparkly muu-muus. We think.)
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Our client Alliant, besides rhyming in an uncanny way, is on the hunt for a Divisional Marketing Director in their Seattle office. 8-10 years of experience suggested; awesome personality required. We should mention that Alliant is one of the largest insurance brokerage firms in the nation. We should also re-mention that the position is located in Seattle, magical land of flying fish markets and misshapen trolls. If we didn’t already have jobs, we’d be there in a heartbeat.
Not only is Mortar the proud editor of MortarBlog, we are also a fast-growing San Francisco shop specializing in integrated brand communications.
Yes we are.
We attract a great mix of clients who love our blend of integrated services.
Now, we need a fiendishly clever Public Relations Pro.
Most important is finding a self-starter with the right blend of media and client relations experience and superb organizational and writing skills.
Our ideal candidate will think differently about PR and understand how it interacts with marketing, branding and all the rest of the communications goodness. They will have an acute sense of the big picture, get excited by the possibilities of a start-up and won’t break a sweat at the challenges of a small budget. They will also need 3-5 years experience pitching consumer goods and services, with at least 1-2 in an agency. (Oh, and sorry, but we don't want to hear those w/only deep-tech exp.).
You’ll also need a killer book—heavy on media coverage that made a difference, great writing and creative, strategic programs.
Sense of humor g-o-o-d.
In addition to the obligatory coffee, skittles and beer, we’re offering something a little different.
The chance to help build a new kind of agency.
Send an email pitch to email@example.com, along with your resume.
Due to time constraints, we can only respond to candidates we want to interview.
Also, we can’t consider candidates who live outside the Bay Area. Sorry.
And no calls, please. We’re on the phone enough already.