We Are looking for a:
LooseGrip engineers great marketing. We use process, data, and a testing-first mindset to drive impact for our clients and customers. We build software to make our lives better. We develop apps to support our clients. We create campaigns that evolve from day one. We are a small, mighty team of people who are committed to moving our agency forward while supporting each other every step of the way.
We’re looking for an experienced paid media director to help grow our team. LooseGrip is a 10-year old digital marketing agency that has taken a head-first dive into SaaS with the launch of our first product, MeetBrief.
The team is small but the opportunity is large. You will be working directly with Neil, the founder, and with the rest of our passionate, agile team. This role has the potential to build into a leadership position as the need for more direction grows with our product and our agency.
We’re a smallish one million dollar agency, building the team and framework that will help us become a 5 million dollar company. We have a broad mix of clients who sell everything from ice cream, to hotel rooms, to servers and DDoS protection. Our competitive advantage is providing superior, customized service to our clients where we emphasize data-driven decision-making and quantifiable results that bring added value.
Employees are directly involved in the success of the company on a day-to-day basis and successes are shared across the board. LooseGrip also does do-goodery: we work hard to help organizations doing great things organize and market themselves on the web.
We’re small, nimble and virtual. While we’re “based” in New York without fancy office digs, our remote team works from all over the globe. We use quarterly meet ups to make sure we’re all pushing toward the same goals and get a chance to have a beer together every now and then.
Most of our day-to-day collaboration happens via video calls, Slack and Trello.
Is this you? Sound Interesting?
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