Entry Level Marketing Representative

Job Description Who We Are: During ever-changing times like these, it's important to be with a progressive company that is willing to staying ahead of the curve. For the past 17 years, Red Label has been doing just that. For almost a decade we've been serving the Los Angeles community and helping our clientele expand their brand reach. In recent months, Red Label has been deemed an essential business . Which means that no matter the circumstances, we are able to not only help service our clients, but also still provide stable income and job security to all current employees. Why Red Label: $300 sign on bonus! Paid training in marketing, customer service, and communications Paid on a weekly basis Job security (throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, no employees have been laid off or furloughed) Environment that fosters learning and development Hourly pay Optional weekly team building activities Optional bi-monthly activities paid by the company (i.e. trips to Six Flags, Raging Waters, Clippers games, etc.) (pre-COVID) Full time and part time schedules available Team and family oriented atmosphere Who You Are: An effective communicator Capable of taking direction Able to set and reach goals individually Self motivated and driven Eager and willing to learn/enhance a skill set Upbeat and enthusiastic Goal oriented An efficient problem solver A team player Comfortable working solo or in a team Job Requirements Builds knowledge of marketing systems implemented during each customized client promotion/field campaign Executes promotional marketing strategies Cultivates and sustains positive atmosphere Applies knowledge of the products, services, and brands to develop customized marketing strategies Connects customer to the client Assists in executing annual projects in alignment with the overall goals of the company Resolves disputes on a small and large scale Ensures the highest level of effective communication and leadership daily Actively engages with clients/customers and builds rapport

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