Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, Kentucky, Location: Bowling Green, KY Category: Staff Posted On: Tue Nov 10 2020 Job Description: Marketing Specialist will be responsible for supporting the Advantage Kentucky Alliance with setting sales appointments, general outbound marketing and administrative support.
Main responsibility will be prospect development (cold-calling) and secondary responsibilities will include but are not limited to the development of prospect/customer educational pieces including press releases, coordination of team articles/email blasts, general website updates, and general administrative support.
Position can be remote but will have monthly required visits to AKA’s HQ’s in Bowling Green KY.
Job Requirements: Associate’s degree or equivalent (four years of working experience) Must be organized, detail orientated and a self-motivator; At least six months of experience and documented success “cold calling” with targeted prospect lists, calling, qualifying targeted prospects according to pre-established templates setting up appointments with prospects; At least six months of experience coordinating educational pieces; At least one year of experience in Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, WORD), Adobe, and Data management software; Additional Information: Salary Grade: 108 Salary Range: $17.
95 – $23.
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