Now Hiring a Sales and Marketing Coordinator

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Are you outgoing and able to easily form connections with new people? Do you have an eye for detail but also a passion for big ideas? Do you exude creativity and want to help businesses figure out the best marketing mix to meet their goals?

If so, you might be right for a Sales & Marketing Coordinator position at Oneupweb. This is an entry-level position, so while some prior digital marketing and/or sales experience is beneficial, we’re also willing to train the right person.

For (roughly) the first six months to a year, a Sales & Marketing Coordinator will train by:

  • Learning the lingo—you’ll become familiar with all the services we offer, how they work together, and how we use them to achieve clients’ goals
  • Supporting sales efforts—coordinating schedules, setting meetings, writing proposals, and creating presentation decks
  • Working with the various teams at Oneupweb to develop marketing strategies for clients, ensuring they are on a path to success
  • Becoming proficient at using marketing tools such as Google Analytics, HubSpot, SEMrush, Screaming Frog, and more

After you’ve been fully trained, you’ll be responsible for:

  • Leading sales calls with potential clients
  • Helping lead the marketing strategy for potential clients
  • Documenting the sales process and smoothly transitioning accounts to the project teams
  • Helping the Oneupweb project teams identify opportunities for upselling current clients
  • Developing new services, products, or ways of working at the company—when it comes to career advancement, the sky’s the limit!

This position offers a competitive salary and benefits along with an amazing opportunity for those who have a passion for our industry. We offer a rewarding and casual, yet professional, work environment in The Village at Grand Traverse Commons – Traverse City, Michigan. If interested, please submit your resumé and cover letter to and visit our website at to learn more about our business and culture.

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