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Customer Experience Marketing Specialist

We’re looking for a Customer Experience Marketing Specialist to join Printful's marketing team—a person who understands the complexity of the customer journey and is up for some digital content experimentation. 

Your job will be to study the Printful customer journey to come up with efficient email and marketing automation campaigns to turn promising leads into Printful customers. 


Your responsibilities

  • Develop a lead scoring system with definite touchpoints 
  • Use available data to create automated email and marketing campaigns that nurture all Printful lead types
  • Optimize campaigns, carry out A/B tests, and prepare reports on the results
  • Collaborate with marketing, sales, and other Printful teams to improve existing lead nurturing processes and come up with new ideas

Our requirements

  • Experience using email, marketing automation, and other digital platforms 
  • Experience in lead generation and management, customer journey mapping
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Basic knowledge of HTML
  • Resourcefulness and creativity, ability to come up with new ideas, innovative problem-solving skills
  • Excellent spoken and written English

We offer

  • Monthly salary EUR 1200–2000 gross, depending on work experience, education, and other skills
  • All the resources required to perform your tasks
  • Modern and welcoming work environment in Riga, 6B Ojara Vaciesa Street
  • Flexible working hours (start your day as late as 11 am)
  • Day off on your birthday
  • Gym membership, health insurance, and other bonuses   
  • Exciting team building events and guest lectures
  • Possible business trips to the USA

If you’re up for the challenge, send us your resume and a cover letter in English, showing us how you're the right fit for the job. In your cover letter, please give examples of how your skills and experience match up to the requirements mentioned in this job description.

AS Printful Latvia (Registration No.40203050078)


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