Hiring at Involver
We just opened up a positioning on the Involver Marketing team, I've loved developing relationships with you all as readers - and I think some of you might be a great fit for our team.So you know: I won't post about jobs often, but when I think there's one that particularly might make a good fit, I will announce it with a short post.
If you're interested in working at Involver, apply for the position now. Here's some more details:
This is a very cool job, a place where you can learn about the cutting edge of marketing programs, and I hope is a great fit for you.
If you, or anyone you know, is a fit -- please send them our way.
Willing to help us spread the word?
Click the link to send any of the below as a tweet (or copy/paste to LinkedIn/Facebook):
http://clicktotweet.com/8faO5 Are you the next Marketing Manager @Involver? (over 400k prospects and the team is awesome) http://bit.ly/mDH5wK
http://clicktotweet.com/d3dX1 Learn Agile marketing and more as the next Marketing Manager @involver. (New Job in SF - Plz RT) http://bit.ly/mDH5wK
http://clicktotweet.com/PYfqM The team @involver is hiring a Marketing Manager, this might be the coolest job in San Francisco right now. Apply now! http://bit.ly/mDH5wK
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