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  • 16 Jan 2019 3:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Audience Growth Analyst


    Are you eager to grow a media organization’s audience? Do terms like “conversions,” “KPIs,” and “engagement metrics” give you immense amounts of joy? Do you give a damn about the fate of the planet? If so, Grist wants you.

    Grist, a leading national environmental media non-profit, is looking for an Audience Growth Analyst to work with our small (but growing) audience team. In this role, you will help build a culture of analytics-informed decision-making at a mission-driven media outlet. You will track all of Grist’s audience measures, report audience and engagement data back to the audience team and the staff at-large, work hand-in-hand with our award-winning editorial team, and help the organization reach its ambitious audience goals. This is an ideal position for someone in the early stages of their career. We prefer candidates based in our hometown of Seattle, but are open to alternatives for the exceptional somebody, as many of our team members work remotely.

    Grist is an independent nonprofit media organization that envisions a planet that doesn’t burn and a future that doesn’t suck. It’s our mission to make the story of a better world so irresistible, you want it right now. We are devoted to eye-opening environmental journalism that explores solutions, exposes injustice, and emboldens readers to act. And we go beyond the page to convene leaders bringing about a sustainable world that works for everyone.


    • Use data to inform Grist’s growth and engagement strategy and help the audience team hit KPIs
    • Help the organization set clear, actionable, attainable goals based on trends and habits of users
    • Use analytics to deeply understand the Grist audience and their behavior across platforms; help translate this information to staff members
    • Track what stories people are consuming, where our readers are coming from, and how we are reaching our most loyal readers
    • Work with the Growth and Engagement Editor to build a rigorous reporting system to monitor progress against audience growth targets
    • Develop analytics and reporting system with Growth and Engagement Editor and Video Producer to increase engagement of YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter channels, monitor growth.
    • Administer daily reporting and monitor key metrics for audience team
    • Build and share periodic high-level reports for stakeholders across the organization; deliver insights and actionable recommendations through numbers
    • Serve as an in-house expert with analytics tools (e.g. Google Analytics,, video platforms)
    • Track analytics from third party platforms (Apple News, SmartNews, Flipboard, etc)
    • Measure success of syndication and any content-sharing partnerships
    • Use analytics to recommend iterative improvement to site and product design
    • Understand the objectives, challenges, and opportunities of each department at Grist
    • Provide analytics support across all of Grist


    • Passion for journalism, prior experience in publishing a plus
    • Fluency in Google Sheets + Docs,, Chartbeat, Google Analytics, Salesforce, social media analytics; some experience with Tableau
    • Ability to collaborate and communicate across teams
    • Critical thinker, eager to learn and understand new things
    • Proficient at building and understanding spreadsheets
    • Goal and detail-oriented, able to multitask and meet deadlines
    • Eager to further develop their knowledge and skill set
    • Independent thinking and problem-solving abilities
    • Preference for Seattle based


    • Competitive Salary
    • 10 paid holidays per year, 15 days of paid vacation, and 10 days of sick pay accrued per calendar year
    • Medical, dental, and vision benefits (Grist pays 85% of the premium)
    • Public transportation benefits
    • Short-term and long-term disability and Life/ADD benefits
    • 401(k) retirement plan, with an employer match
    • Flexible Spending Account

    Cultivating an inclusive workplace is central to Grist’s focus on advancing equity. We’re interested in hearing from people who can work with diverse colleagues of varied experience. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Grist is an equal-opportunity employer.

    To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to with “Audience Growth Analyst” in the subject line. We are looking for a thoughtful cover letter that displays your qualifications, enthusiasm, and communication style. No phone calls, please.

  • 5 Sep 2018 12:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Metro's Marketing and Service Information Unit in the Customer Communications and Services Section of King County's Metro Transit Division has a senior Marketing and Promotions Specialist (Marketing and Sales Specialist III) position available.  This is a senior individual contributor position who will be responsible for managing complex projects.

  • 17 Jul 2018 4:31 PM | Anonymous

    Start Date: August 6, 2018

    Job Description:

    C+C is a communications agency with offices in Seattle, Portland, Boston and Washington DC. Our motto is DO GOOD WORK!

    We are looking to hire a highly motivated, upbeat event planning intern for a full-time position from August 2018 to January 2019. The position pays $15 per hour and will include some weekend work. You will also be provided with an ORCA pass for your commute.


    So, what is the SPARKS Event Planning Internship all about?

    Event Planning & Coordination:

    You will focus mainly on the planning, development, and execution of the sixth annual SPARKS conference, organized by The Pacific Northwest Social Marketing Association (PNSMA). This involves direct and frequent correspondence with PNSMA board members as well as SPARKS speakers, sponsors, caterers, venue staff, volunteers, and attendees. The SPARKS intern is a 50/50 split between being a behind-the-scenes coordinator and client-facing liaison. The ideal candidate is able to switch between these modes when necessary.

    Additional Account Support:

    In between SPARKS responsibilities, you will offer support to other accounts with a range of tasks. This might include proofing, copywriting, social media monitoring, making storage unit runs, media list building, researching and ordering materials for clients, staffing field and outreach events, scuba diving, T-Rex wrangling… you get the idea.


    As an intern, you may also assist the receptionist with front desk coverage, and/or run errands for project support when needed.


    • Experience organizing/planning events
    • An understanding of basic social marketing concepts is a plus
    • A four-year degree or comparable experience
    • Demonstrated writing skills (there is a writing test)
    • Basic Microsoft Office skills (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
    • Experience writing for social media and tracking/analyzing results
    • Ability to multi-task, work independently and be self-directed
    • Ability to work in a rapidly moving environment
    • A valid driver’s license and ability to operate company vehicles without causing (major) dents
    • Bilingual capability is a plus


    You value inclusion and diversity and are open-minded and respectful. You sincerely care about our clients’ issues. You are ego-free. You’re flexible, positive, proactive, and results-oriented. You’re collaborative and value a work culture where great ideas can come from anywhere (yes, even interns!). You have a sense of humor. You’re kind.

    C+C is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.


    Picking up what we’re putting down? Please send resume and cover letter to and reference "SEA SPARKS Intern" in the subject line. In your cover letter, please include a brief (300 words or less) answer to these two questions:

    1. What is the most urgent social/political issue facing your community and why? Community can refer to your neighborhood, college campus, religious group, city, those who share any aspect of your identity, etc.
    2. What are you looking to gain from this internship?

  • 30 Mar 2018 2:54 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The Marketing Manager is responsible for developing and implementing an ongoing marketing, media, communications and public relations plan for Gay City. Responsibilities include drafting press releases and media statements, creating marketing messages, materials and supporting creative briefs, and creating the annual report. Additional responsibilities may include leading or assisting with special events and third party functions, as well as providing support to the Executive Director, Development Director and to the Board of Directors in their fundraising capacity.

Pacific Northwest Social Marketing Association (PNSMA) is a 501(C)6 non-profit organization. 
1011 Western Avenue, Suite 702, Seattle, WA 98104

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