This Company is Hiring Part-Time, Work-From-Home Marketing Coordinators

September 19, 2016
by Carson Kohler
Junior Writer
Work from home

Finding a quality part-time, work-from-home job can be like finding a needle in a haystack.

OK, so that’s a bit of an exaggeration.

But if you don’t necessarily want a job that involves answering customer calls all day, then check out this rewarding gig we found for you.

Worldwide101 is hiring part-time, work-from-home marketing and social media coordinators — yes, more than one! — in the U.S. or Europe.

Marketing and Social Media Coordinator Responsibilities at Worldwide101

In short, Worldwide101 helps small business founders and executives find quality virtual assistants. As “a market leading business,” it’s growing fast.

Cue you. Worldwide101 needs marketing and social media coordinators to keep expanding. “We offer flexible hours, a positive company culture, and an opportunity to grow with a forward-thinking organization,” the job listing reads.

As the marketing and social media coordinator, you’ll work your magic on the company’s social media accounts (think: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest and possibly Snapchat, Instagram, Vine — the possibilities are endless).

It has a good start: 779 likes on Facebook and 2,098 followers on Twitter. But the company needs you to create content, engage in discussions, run social promotions and campaigns, connect with other media outlets and journalists, as well as build and manage email lists.

You’ll also be responsible for managing webinars and helping with any event planning.

I reached out to Worldwide101 about the job’s salary. I left a message with a human representative — refreshing! — and will update this as soon as I hear back.

Are You Qualified to Work for Worldwide101?

To snag this job, you’ll need three to five years of experience in a marketing-related role. The listing does not state any education requirements.

You should have time-management skills, be able to juggle multiple tasks and know your way around online tools and software — or learn how to use them quickly.

You need strong verbal and written communication skills, must be outgoing and a team player. You can reside in the United States or Europe, but you need to know how to fluently speak and write English.

You can find more information about this job on The Muse.

Not qualified? No worries. Look into becoming a virtual assistant for the company.

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Carson Kohler (@CarsonKohler) is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder. After recently completing graduate school, she focuses on saving money — and surviving the move back in with her parents.

by Carson Kohler
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