The Caviar Marketing team is seeking a Part-Time Email Marketing Coordinator/Intern to join our growing team in our New York City office. In this role, you’ll collaborate across the team to ship a variety of email campaigns, triggered messages, in-product marketing assets, and all other owned communication channels with our diners.
You are perfect for the role if you are a super organized, detail-oriented, enthusiastic marketer with an impeccable ability to meet tight deadlines. Most importantly, you are eager to roll up your sleeves to find opportunities and efficiencies in a fast-moving company at the forefront of on-demand food ordering. Also, you probably love food.
This is a part-time role for 20-25 hours/week.
Work closely with our Growth Marketing Managers and other Email Marketing Coordinator(s) to produce Caviar email campaigns in support of our 10 markets: NYC, Boston, Philadelphia, DC, Dallas / Fort Worth, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, and San Francisco Bay Area
Create, schedule, QA, and deploy all email campaigns as well as in-product marketing assets such as notifications and announcements
Run A/B tests to optimize subject lines, offers, timing, and other variables that drive email performance
Assist with concepting fun and interesting content based on past email performance
Manage cross-team collaboration to ensure assets are collected, QA’d and deployed on schedule
An interest in email marketing with the ability to think both creatively and analytically.
Strong attention to detail, from using the perfect punctuation to creating well-structured spreadsheets.
Hustle. You’re willing to roll up your sleeves and jump in where needed.
An eagerness to learn from a supportive team of marketing specialists.
At least 2 past marketing, brand, or other relevant internships.
A love for food & hospitality.
A Bachelor’s degree or current pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree.
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