Seeking a Marketing Coordinator to support marketing and branding initiatives in a fast-paced, high-demand office. We work hard and have fun doing it–sense of humor required.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Respond to RFQ/RFP
Responsible for RFQ/RFQ kick-off calls and documentation
Compile required information
Manage proposal development within deadlines
Lead/support shortlist interviews
Support design, layout, and production of communications and marketing materials to meet marketing goals and objectives – including but not limited to: content development; graphic design; qualifications and presentation materials; brochures; award submissions; advertisements
Coordinate and participate in developing materials for conferences and conventions
Help plan/support client engagement events
Required: Bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, Communications, Marketing, or 5 years of relevant work experience
Able to take direction and work independently
Skilled time manager able to handle shifting and mounting priorities
Adobe Creative Suite and MS Office
Preferred but not required:
AEC industry experience
Cosential or other CPSM experience
Graphic design experience
Competitive compensation and benefits package. Salary commensurate with experience. Send a resume and portfolio of writing and graphics samples to email@example.com.
About Pfluger Architects
In 1972, two men started an architecture firm in Austin, Texas. Fifty years later and 1.5 miles from that original address, Pfluger Architects is still in Austin—and Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Corpus Christi.
Growth brings opportunities and challenges, and with five offices dotting the state, one of the challenges is keeping a common culture. Every member of the firm knows our first clients were small, rural districts, and their values became those of the firm—selflessness, intention, creative problem-solving, and graciousness.
Fifty years later, those are still the hallmarks of Pfluger’s practice, but as growth continues, how can team members across the state be inspired to use their own creative genius to work with intention, creativity, and kindness? —By developing a common purpose, an aspirational ethos that can be uniquely lived out in their work. That motivation for Pfluger is to design built environments that are functional, beautiful, and inspire people to create a more meaningful human experience.