30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

Technology is making it easier to raise funds for the people and campaigns we care about. You could work for an organization leading the way if you land this week’s featured position.

Just because #GivingTuesday has passed doesn’t mean the spirit of giving must end.

Online platforms offer people opportunities to raise money for the projects, people and campaigns that they hold dear—and GoFundMe is a leader in the digital crowdfunding industry.

Founded in 2010 by Brad Damphouse and Andrew Ballester, the crowdfunding organization offers people from countries around the world the opportunity to raise funds for the charitable endeavors they champion.

To date, GoFundMe has helped families, community members and complete strangers raise 5 billion dollars to help those in need of financial assistance.

It has acquired other charitable donation platforms such as Crowdrise (which was started by Edward Norton) and YouCaring, which owns Indiegogo‘s Generosity.com, making it a juggernaut in the online fundraising industry.

Want to work for the organization helping others raise money for those in need? GoFundMe seeks a content manager in Redwood City, California.

It summarizes the position:

GoFundMe is looking for a highly motivated and creative self-starter to join our marketing team, as a Content Manager. You will be responsible for ideating, developing, improving and maintaining our global site and blog content with the goal of increasing organic traffic, improving engagement and conversion, and strengthening our user NPS. Our ideal candidate will have strong writing and editing skills, extreme attention to detail, ability to manage multiple projects effectively, and perform well under deadlines. Huge bonus if you have a strong background in SEO.

Not the job for you? See what else we have in our weekly professional pickings:

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Assistant vice president, digital strategy communications—MetLife (New York)

Communications assistant—Pew Research Center (Washington, D.C.)

Communications manager—consumer content—Cleveland Clinic (Ohio)

Executive communications director—Walmart (Arizona)

Public information intern—United Nations (Brazil)

Communications manager—adidas (Oregon)

Public relations manager—Durée & Co. (Florida)

Network director of digital strategy—University of Vermont Medical Center (Vermont)

Engagement editor—Voice of San Diego (California)

Senior content manager – EMEA and India—Herbalife (United Kingdom)

Communications manager—Microsoft (Washington)

Editor, officer—State Street (Massachusetts)

Assistant public relations manager—Nintendo of America, Inc. (Washington)

Director of content operations—University of California Office of the President (California)

Social media manager—HomeAdvisor (Colorado)

Senior content editor—MathWorks (Massachusetts)

Senior associate marketing manager—Canadian Tire Corporation (Canada)

Product marketing manager—Spotify for Artists—Spotify (New York)

Communications coordinator—University of Maryland (Maryland)

Managing editor—The American Prospect (Washington, D.C.)

Marketing and communications manager—Hard Rock Hotel London (United Kingdom)

Communications manager—Merz North America (North Carolina)

UX copywriter—GoDaddy (Arizona)

Strategic communications senior coordinator—HDR (Alaska)

PR manager—campaigns—Capital One (Canada)

Corporate communications director—k12 (Virginia)

Public relations manager of consumer media and influencer relations—GameStop (Texas)

PCS marketing manager—PwC (Alabama)

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