Marketing Manager


About the organization

For more than 60 years, SEO has created a more equitable society by closing the educational and career opportunity gap for ambitious Black, Hispanic/Latinx, and Native American young people. All are welcome to apply to our programs.


The Marketing Manager will collaborate with the San Francisco Development and Program teams to develop and execute a cohesive marketing plan designed to elevate brand visibility and awareness across the Bay Area and promote the SEO Scholar SF program. This role requires a strong marketing generalist who can align branding across all platforms, drive student enrollment, and engage with the Bay Area community. The Marketing Managers responsibilities include:


Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, or relevant field required.
3+ years experience working in marketing or communications role.
Working knowledge of email marketing, digital strategy, social media strategy, print advertisement, and basic public relations.
Direct experience developing creative campaigns and project plans and leveraging project management tools (e.g.,, Asana, Basecamp)
Superb interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills. Must have experience communicating with large corporations, partners, donors, news outlets, and high school- and college-aged youth.
Technical proficiency in standard cloud-based workplace applications: Windows, Google Suite, Outlook, Excel, Box, Zoom, and other similar platforms, Canva and Adobe CS
Working knowledge of social media strategy and campaign planning; must be familiar with major social channels and how to leverage them to meet campaign goals. Experience with Hubspot, Salesforce, or similar tools is strongly preferred.
Strong reporting and analytics skills, including working knowledge of social media analytics tools and measures, and an intermediate understanding of social media algorithms.


$67,000 - $73,300

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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