Digital Performance Marketer

The Funraise marketing department is growing and we're looking for an amazing performance marketer to come and join the fun! The ideal candidate will have hands-on experience with creating, executing, and monitoring marketing campaign elements. Are you a wizard with webinars? Amazing with AdWords? An expert with email?

If you're interested in putting your skills to good work—empowering nonprofits to do the best work in the world—then we want to hear from you. It'll also be handy if you are able to recognize The Office quotes as they come up in conversation (or at least not get too upset if your stapler winds up in a jello mold).

Funraise Perks

check_markUnlimited paid time off

check_markHealth, Dental, and Vision

check_mark401(k) plan

check_markBeer on tap

check_markTaco Tuesdays

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check_markMonthly parking/transit pass

check_markGood vibes all day long

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

Creating lead generation campaigns and tactics that delight everyone we encounter

Design multi-touch and nurture digital strategies

Optimize all pieces of the digital toolkit, including webpages and content

Own the analytics and performance of campaigns—be the wayfinder for our strategy

Google AdWords experience and/or expertise

Search Engine Marketing (SEM)

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Hands-on experience with Marketing CRM system to design and execute digital tactics


Formal education in Marketing or related field is preferred but not required

2+ years of Marketing experience with an emphasis on digital performance marketing

Experience with marketing tools or software including CRM, heatmaps, session recording, A/B testing, etc.

Experience designing and executing marketing tactics such as webinars, face-to-face events, podcasts, paid advertising, etc.

Happy disposition achieved through good personal balance

Extraordinary writing and editing skills, even in a time crunch

Understanding of the practical application of basic marketing principles and practices

Flexibility, especially when it comes to multi-tasking and shifting priorities

Passion for current digital trends and genuine curiosity about the future of technology

Skills to juggle several projects moving forward at once

Ability to complete tasks in a timely fashion with minimal supervision

Bonus Points

Pardot Marketing CRM

Salesforce experience

Nonprofit or volunteer experience

Experience marketing SaaS or technology products

Core Values




We’re All in This Together

Freedom to Fail

Work Requirements

Ability to work in fast-paced environment with shifting priorities and directions. Instructions may come from various departments/people but should always be confirmed through direct management team before action is taken.

Ability to work in shared, open-office environment. Accommodations will be made for privacy, noise reduction, etc. to the best of management’s ability but cannot be guaranteed. Quiet work spaces are available within the office and the building but cannot be guaranteed.

Comfort when working in an office environment with dogs. Our office building is pet-friendly and there are several dogs who come to work inside of our offices. Dogs are required to be current on vaccinations and be reviewed for temperament but behavior cannot be guaranteed, so all staff must be comfortable working in an environment where dogs exist and may or may not be leashed.

Any and all reasonable accommodations for work space environment will be made, including adjustable desks and chairs, stress padding for standing, monitors, keyboards, mice, etc. and any equipment that is necessary to the employee’s job that is not currently available can be specially requested through management.

This job may include some traveling to events and customer sites, as-needed. Employee should be able to travel domestically in the US and possess all necessary paperwork (ex: ID card, driver’s license, etc.). Should a passport be required to travel outside of the US, the organization may provide assistance with paperwork and costs.

This job may include some ad hoc tasks that include minor lifting or moving of boxes, desks, chairs, etc. (ex: relocating ordered items from the desk to the cabinet) Employees who are unable or uncomfortable doing these tasks should speak with their management.