If you’re a marketing up-and-comer – especially one with a strong interest in real estate – you’ll want to read this one carefully, because it’s tailor-made just for you. A dynamic development company needs an assistant who’s ready to leap in and make some serious marketing stuff happen – newsletters, pitch book, social media, broker outreach, and more. For an energetic self-starter, this promises to be an invaluable education in both marketing and real estate, with significant potential upside for outstanding performance.
Without much handholding or facetime with your boss, but while working with the larger marketing team, you’ll handle social media for five agents and 33 development projects that are in the pipeline. Your peers at other companies will be surprised and jealous about your autonomy: you’ll have project-management authority from soup to nuts on small projects, from conception to sales, even managing in-house creatives for broker outreach, newsletters, and so on. That’ll also mean coordinating with a host of players, including graphic designers, brokers, stagers, suppliers and clients. You’ll prepare marketing collateral and materials for open houses. You’ll manage a Mailchimp account and keep contact lists up to date; you’ll send out e-blasts around project events; you’ll request brokerage agreements; you’ll perform quality control and copy editing on listings, postings, and sales and marketing data; and you’ll maintain templates, files and documents for the team.
Hired Gun Profile
It would be a fine thing if you had a nice New York real estate license to go with that bachelor’s degree of yours. But even if you’re without the license, you’ve got a lot of fire in the belly when it comes to the real estate game – enough to make you want to hustle hard. You’ve hustled hard before, and can show it; you’re super-detail-oriented, enough to tick smoothly along through such a variegated list of tasks as we’ve shared above without ever losing your cool. When there’s a new problem to be solved, you bring innovative thinking, and you’re able to share those good ideas through outstanding written and verbal communication skills. And of course you’re right there at home when it comes to MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
This is a base-plus-commission gig, so there’s no telling what the high end might look like if you approach this with a highly enterprising spirit.
What we’re talking about here is a mighty rare opportunity to break into real estate and marketing: An on-the-ground education where you’re granted the autonomy to prove yourself and a compensation structure that’ll incentivize you to pull out all the stops.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, creed, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.