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SherlockTalent is actively looking for a bilingual Marketing/Communications Coordinator for an exciting opportunity in Miami. The ideal candidate will be able to produce written, digital, and video content across multiple channels, and be an accomplished presenter. Experience or interest in cybersecurity issues preferred, however, we will also consider a candidate with proven ability to reduce complex topics into concise and easy-to-understand articles, presentations, and or educational content. Candidate will work closely with the Managing Director of Communications

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for assisting the development and editing of cyber content in multiple formats for distribution across multiple channels
  • Create and present webinars and live presentations in English and Spanish, working with SMEs
  • Conceptualize and coordinate speaking opportunities for company executives in the cyber, legal, financial and other industries
  • Research and edit articles, speeches and presentations in English and Spanish
  • Supervise production of Spanish-language product including management of translators, voice-over and video production vendors
  • Build relationships with associations in our target markets to promote the company and seek out speaking/webinar opportunities
  • Serve as an on-air spokesperson and presenter in English and Spanish
  • Organize and manage all marketing events and presentations
  • Increase audiences for content across multiple channels in the U.S. and Latin America through diverse and creative ways

Requirements

  • A degree in marketing or journalism and
  • 3 years of experience preferred
  • Entry-level candidates that demonstrate excellence in the competencies required will be considered
  • Provide at least 5 writing and or presentation examples and a one-page summary of why you should be hired
  • Experience with CLE events preferred

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