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Marketing Operations Associate

National Journal—the premier provider of intelligence tools, research, and reporting for those operating in Washington’s policy and government arenas—is seeking a forward-thinking, process-driven Marketing Operations Associate to join our marketing team.

This role is responsible for executing email marketing campaigns and providing day-to-day management of the organization’s marketing automation software (Marketo) to serve the team’s overall goal of attracting and retaining members.

You will be a part of a growing team focused on demonstrating value to over 1,000 of Washington’s top public policy organizations.

Major responsibilities include:

  • Build and manage distribution lists for targeted email campaigns to clients and prospects, including consideration of subscription management preferences, list segmentation, and trigger campaign management
  • Coordinate A/B testing of various email features to continually improve engagement
  • Employ email best practices for send times, subject lines, list segmentation, format, and deliverability
  • Track campaign performance and communicate results to stakeholders
  • Work across teams to develop marketing assets, such as landing pages, product downloads, and other elements for digital marketing campaigns
  • Help manage a lead scoring model and recommend improvements
  • Play a key role in optimizing all of National Journal’s digital communications
  • Strong organizational skills and keen attention to detail
  • Manage and deconflict an email distribution calendar


  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience working in marketing automation software
  • Experience working with CRMs, such as Salesforce
  • An analytical, data-driven mindset, with the ability to derive actionable insights from data (A/B testing, analyzing email deliverability/open/click metrics, using Google Analytics)
  • Knowledge of best practices for reaching audiences through digital media channels (e.g. how to improve deliverability, how to best personalize email content, email template design, creating strong calls-to-action, writing compelling subject lines, etc.)
  • Sharp copywriting and editing skills
  • Basic knowledge of HTML and CSS
  • Strong organizational skills and keen attention to detail
  • Strong technical and digital media skills
  • Ability to collaborate well with multiple teams
  • Strong project management skills and ability to meet deadlines

Atlantic Media Values:
Across Atlantic Media, generally, the firm looks for two “pillar gifts” in its candidates.  In all of us, these are more aspirational than actual, but they are central in our intentions:

  • Force of Ideas – Atlantic Media seeks a discipline and rigor of thought as manifested, often, in exceptional academic performance, and, later, success in a professional environment.
  • Spirit of Generosity – Equally, Atlantic Media seeks what we term a spirit of generosity – a natural disposition towards service and selfless conduct.

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