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Director of Interactive Marketing: Full Plate Diet
Ardmore Institute of Health
Ardmore, Oklahoma, United States
Date Posted: 02/01/2012
Categories: Internet/E-Commerce - Management
Job Type: Full-Time
The Full Plate Diet is the lifestyle-based weight loss program that is a sustainable approach to healthier living. We’re a non-profit group of people whose only mission is to help people live vibrant, abundant and meaningful lives.
If the prospect of applying your marketing and interactive expertise to do good lights your fire, we want to get to know you.
The director of marketing’s roles and responsibilities:
• You’ll be accountable for devising and implementing the annual promotion plan.
• You’ll head the development and expansion of our business–to-consumer website.
• You’ll help us envision new and innovative ways we can use technology to deliver our products and services.
• You’ll guide us in using social media to grow our influence.
What’s it like to work here?
You’ll thrive if you prefer determining your own schedule. We favor collaboration. We value flexibility…the folks that didn’t left long ago. We’re a small team. You’ll likely get a chance to try your hand at every aspect of the business. Most of all, we have fun.
We prefer that:
• You’re fluent in building top-shelf consumer websites
• You have experience running e-commerce websites
• You intuitively know how to employ social media tools
• You’re an innovative thinker with excellent creative writing skills
• You have a degree in a related field
Your salary will be based on your experience and qualifications. Benefits are competitive. We'd prefer that you office at our Ardmore, Oklahoma headquarters, but if you're the one, and you can’t move to Ardmore we'll see if we can work something out.
How to apply
Please submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
In your cover letter, answer the following questions.
In your opinion:
1. What distinguishes a good diet from a bad one?
2. What is the most significant strength of the Full Plate Diet?
3. What makes the Full Plate Diet unique?