Marketing Assistant - II

Denver, Colorado, United States


  • Contract
  • 1
  • Never
  • 2-5 years
  • Green Card, US Citizen

Job Description

  • Supports marketing, sales, and creative teams in the development and execution of promotional programs including brochures, sales sheets, direct mail, advertising, and web content. Performs basic research and prepare documents and other marketing materials.
  • Provides logistical support through planning, scheduling and coordination.
  • Helps with task administration, ensuring requests are submitted, tracked and shipped in a timely manner.
  • Strong MS Word and PowerPoint skills required.
  • Assists with or drives marketing projects as needed.
  • Ensure the highest level of quality is achieved within deadline.
  • Utilities experience preferred.
  • Undergraduate degree required Strong communications skills (over the phone and in writing), detailed oriented, organizational skills
  • Website content management, content creation for communicating program processes and requirements
  • Support the daily operations of the Solar
  • Rewards interconnection application process by communicating directly with customers and solar installers, and coordinating with multiple internal departments to get the work done.

Questions from the employer

You will need to answer the following questions when you apply to this job.

  • Do you hold an undergraduate degree?
  • Have you worked for Centurylink in the past? If so please provide manager name and dates of employment:
  • Have you used the template and sent as WORD version of the resume making sure that there are no gaps unaccounted for? All resumes MUST be in the client's required format. If you do not already have it, download the template here:
  • Candidate phone number:
  • Candidate DOB (day & month only)
  • Last 4 digits of candidates SSN:
  • Hourly Pay Rate Candidate is locked down at:
  • Have you confirmed that your candidate is able to pass a background and drug screening?
  • Have you confirmed that your candidate is able to work in the US without sponsorship?