Staff members in this role and all roles beyond this position are expected to “own” their area(s) of expertise by strategically planning and managing community events and activations focused on neighborhood placemaking and retail support.
The senior manager is consistently someone who has demonstrated that they can effectively plan, execute and report in on placemaking events and other strategic programs, while also providing support for the overall performance of the Community Marketing team.
The individual should possess the ability to hit the ground running in a fast-paced environment and consistently deliver high-quality results. The candidate should demonstrate a high level of personal initiative, integrity and responsibility. This person must be highly collaborative and have experience working across multifunctional teams to deliver results.
- Support the neighborhood marketing program for one of Fearey’s clients from conception to completion under the supervision of the Director of Community Marketing and in partnership with the Seattle-based team
- Support and execute daily account work with minimal supervision
- Support clear strategic approach and quantify measurable results in line with client marketing and business goals
- Maintain a strong standard of quality control for all work, including that all visual communications and brand standards are met
- Demonstrate client relations skills
- Demonstrate thought leadership in marketing and communications strategy
- Oversee retail partnerships and serve as liaison between client, businesses, property managers and client
- Ensure timely completion of all Program deliverables, including documentation, policies and procedures, customer-facing tools, and client reports
- Ensure KPI’s are met, service benchmarking, and portfolio standardization
- Support quality audits to ensure compliance with policies, procedures, and contractual obligations
- Constantly improve the program to improve efficiency and scalability
- Promote ownership and accountability for all program team members
- Build collaborative relationships with client retail tenants, community stakeholders and Property Management teams
- Act as a point of contact for specific programs and customers
- Support the adherence of budget priorities and ensure compliance for annual program budget cycles, and monthly budget management responsibilities
- Oversee vendor relationships to ensure success of the program
- Support the quarterly and annual business reviews to client
- Be a relentless problem solver and creative idea generator
- Collaborate with client and program stakeholders to develop initiatives that have high impact and ongoing value to the client and the community
- Support the development of the annual program goals/objectives/strategies/tactics
- Support the development of annual program roadmaps to help achieve program goals and deliverables
- Outgoing and enthusiastic personality. We need a go-getter!
- Comfortable and confident talking to leaders, executives and ambassadors online and offline
- Solutions-focused and driven by results
- Excellent communication skills: solid grammar, ability to write concisely, great on the phone!
- A Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, PR, business, or similar field and 5+ years working as an employee in marketing, communications, community relations or retail marketing
- OR 7-9+ years working as an employee in marketing, communications, community relations or retail marketing
- A task-oriented leader, proficient in planning, organizing, executing, and communicating
- Understanding of retail marketing and community relations
- Demonstrated excellence in client service
- Positive and professional attitude and demeanor that lends itself to quality client service and team building
- Excellent written and verbal skills, strong account management skills
- Excellent attention to detail
- Strong ability to manage multiple ongoing tasks in a fast-paced environment
- Solutions-oriented mindset with a problem-solving persona
- Self-starter – ability to work well alone and with others
- Proven track record in similar role
- Sit for long periods of time
- Use hands to handle, control, or feel objects, tools, or controls
- Repeat the same movements
- See details of objects that are less than a few feet away
- See differences between colors, shades, and brightness
- Lift up to 25 lbs.
- 100% paid base premium for employee’s medical, dental and vision coverage
- Five percent commission on all new business accounts identified by the candidate and awarded to the firm
- Annual four weeks of paid time off (prorated to start date), a minimum of nine paid holidays per year
- Home office reimbursement
- Lunch reimbursement provided every Friday
- 401(k) plan with match on employee contributions
- Annual professional development reimbursement
In its fifth decade, Fearey has earned an outstanding reputation as the leading independent full-service public relations firm in Washington state. For more than 41 years, we have had a track record of long-term client and employee relationships. With our combined focus on public relations and public affairs, we bring a real-world understanding of the business climate and the local political landscape to every situation. We pride ourselves in our award-winning practice and have been recognized as a Best Workplace to Work by the Puget Sound Business Journal and Seattle Business.
We strongly support employee involvement in the community through board appointments, non-profit involvement and civic participation. Our industries of focus include healthcare, real estate, built environment, life sciences, environmentally-friendly/innovative products, financial services, municipalities, social good and non-profits.
Fearey consistently rewards individuals with drive, creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit. Our motto is “Fearless Thinking.”
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Fearey is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, veteran status or any other discriminatory factors prohibited by law.