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SR. WEB DEVELOPER
WEB MARKETING ANALYST MANAGER
Will create, execute, monitor, analyze, and manage online marketing campaigns via SEM/PPC/AdWords. Research and apply web marketing best practices, methodologies, and technologies into PLI’s SEO and SEM efforts. Monitor, measure, and analyze various PLI’s web properties using Google Analytics and other web analytic tools/resources; ensuring web tracking is implemented correctly and conducts data audits to maintain minimal margin of error against internal data sources. Regularly present as well as report on information regarding SEM, SEO, and web analytic activities to mid and upper management teams. Responsible for educating the organization about web analytics and web marketing in general. Superior knowledge of web analytics, SEO, and online marketing. Working experience with Google Analytics, AdWords, HTML/CSS, social media tools, and blogs. Must be able to abide by strict deadlines and to multitask. Detail-oriented and proactive. Proofreading/editing experience a plus. Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills to work in a team environment as well as independently. Bachelor degree and relevant work experience required, preferably in marketing, statistics, or business. Proficiency in Microsoft Office products, particularly advance Excel.
Will support the needs of the Program Attorney in preparation of seminars and training programs. Type correspondence and marketing materials, answer phone inquiries, maintain and update computer database information and program files and assist in the submission of course handbook materials to the Publishing division. College degree plus 2-4 years administrative support experience required. Excellent computer skills with knowledge of various software programs necessary. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required.
MARKETING DATABASE SPECIALIST (2 positions)
Will help grow and maintain the PLI’s database of individuals and organizations, and perform various tasks to support sales and marketing operations. Perform data mining, research, and monitoring including database updates from new list building efforts and professional announcements; must effectively find and use appropriate online and print directories, newsletters, and articles as well as relevant public websites.
Compilation of lead lists for Sales and Marketing involving heavy and advance use of internal reporting systems, Excel, and Salesforce.com. Maintain sales CRM separately from internal WMS/EDW database; analyze sales, database counts, and market audience in order to identify opportunities in the marketing database. College degree required, preferably in marketing or statistics. Strong data entry skills/high keystroke per minute, intermediate to advanced skills with MS Excel, strong data analysis skills and strong internet research skills necessary. Experience in CRM/relationship marketing platform a plus. Knowledge of legal and/or financial industry and terms, proficiency in MS Office including Outlook and Access, strong verbal and written communication skills a must.
SENIOR ACCOUNT MANAGER
Will manage existing accounts. Research PLI programs and services in order to sell to clients and renew contracts. Bachelor’s degree plus 3-4 years sales experience required. Excellent interpersonal, communication, organizational and customer service skills necessary. Proficient in Microsoft Office and Internet search engines required.
LIBRARY RELATIONS MANAGER
Will be responsible for training and outreach existing Discover PLUS clients and work with new clients to ensure they have all the tools and resources necessary to maximize the benefits of their subscription. In addition, the successful candidate will solicit and synthesize customer feedback for the product management/development team and assist with technical writing for Help Menus and Search Guides. Travel required. PLI provides the legal market with more than 400 programs annually, covering a wide variety of complex legal topics. PLI also offers access to its entire publications catalog through its eBook library and research tool, Discover PLUS. PLI publications cover a broad range of legal subject matter — from Tax and Accounting to Intellectual Property, Litigation, Corporate & Securities, Banking, and more — via Course Handbooks, supplemented legal treatises, and Answer Books. PLI published materials are essential secondary resources for any lawyer involved in complex corporate legal matters. College degree with advanced academic credentials required. MLS preferred. Knowledge of online research (preferably legal online research). Excellent communication skills, especially public speaking. Knowledge of the publishing field; experience at a publisher is a plus. Self-motivated and able to work independently as well as collaboratively.
PLI is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any candidate based on age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, creed, national origin, marital status, disability, citizenship or veteran status.