Social Tables

Digital Marketing Associate
Position Location: 
700 6th Street Suite 420 Washington, D.C. 20001
Position Type: 
Position Reports To: 
Digital Marketing Specialist
Position Description: 

As the Digital Marketing Associate, you will:

• Support the digital marketing team to help drive awareness and sales of Social Tables across all channels (SEO/PPC/SEM/Social)
• A/B test landing pages and website copy
• Analyze past and current campaigns in order to influence future strategy
• Explore new and emerging advertising platforms
• Help take digital marketing campaigns from idea to execution
• Develop and test email marketing strategies


The ideal Digital Marketing Associate will be a self-starter who welcomes challenges and is excited to grow in the digital marketing space. Prior work experience is not mandatory, but you should fit the following criteria:

• Undergraduate coursework in Marketing, Communications, PR, or other related field
• A base understanding of digital marketing, analytics, email marketing, and social media marketing
• A strong passion to learn and grow in the digital marketing space


Please note that although this is an unpaid internship this is not your normal internship. We are looking for candidates who are ready to jump into projects, lead discussions and are eager to learn.

How To Apply: 

Email your resume to Alex Parent [email protected]

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