There are 10 levels, available, as follows:
Market Research Intern
As a Market Research Intern, you’ll be gathering together and analysing data from diverse sources to produce results, which are then presented back to a client. Which, hopefully, they’ll like, and the manager might keep you on!
Marketing Assistants support the work of marketing managers and executives on projects directed at maximizing company profits and developing sales strategies or marketing campaigns. Excellent organisational skills are the main requirement for this role, so keep yourself Focused!
As a Junior Copywriter, you’ll be developing your passion for writing, and generating copy for various advertising projects. No personal emails, please! And get off Simstagram!
Hopefully, you don’t crack under pressure, because as an Advertising Copywriter, you’re going to have to work to plenty of strict deadlines. You’ll find yourself working in the conception and production of the verbal and messaging elements of advertising campaigns.
You’re on your way up the ladder, and as an Advertising Coordinator, you’ll now direct the scheduling of television and print advertising campaigns for clients.
Internet Marketing Specialist
You’ll like this one! As an Internet Marketing Specialist, you’ll be responsible for marketing the company’s business online through various channels including website, email campaigns and advertising campaigns. It may also include blogging and social media!
Social Media Advertising Coordinator
Social Media Advertising Coordinators help implement and maintain online marketing strategies through, you guessed it, social media. By using various forms of new media, such as blogging, social networking sites, chat rooms, discussion boards, wikis, RSS feeds, and search platforms, you’ll help represent a company through an online channel.
Digital Marketing Manager
As a Digital Marketing Manager, you’ll play a major role in enhancing brand awareness within the digital space as well as driving website traffic and acquiring customers. Keep that smile plastered to your face- you’ll need your Charisma here!
As the company’s Advertising Director, you’ll be in charge of creating campaign budgets, negotiating client contracts or hiring advertising staff members. Advertising Directors will work with other departments in the company, such as sales or digital media, in preparation for upcoming advertising campaigns.
Chief Marketing Officer
As the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), you’ll find yourself responsible for overseeing the planning, development and execution of the organization’s marketing and advertising initiatives. You’ll ensure the organization’s message is distributed across channels and to targeted audiences in order to meet sales objectives. No pressure, then?