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Chronicle Books

Chronicle Books is looking for a Marketing Manager for our Art category and Chroma imprint. This hands-on role will conceptualize, execute, and track the success of marketing campaigns while working with authors on publicity plans and acting as a category “champion” that will drive sales efforts. Creating project briefs with Brand Design, partnering with the Social Media Manager, and overseeing the implementation of trade and consumer advertising will also be part of this role. In addition, the Marketing Manager will track and manage expenses, build strong relationships with sales account managers, and oversee consumer research with the aim to build a strong understanding of the key accounts.

Successful candidates will have demonstrated experience and ability in creating marketing strategies and plans that are executable, with a minimum of 5 years’ marketing experience, preferably in book publishing. This position requires someone who is organized and detail-oriented with effective communication skills, self-direction, and strong written and verbal communication abilities. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, AirTable, and Excel is a plus. The Marketing Manager will also need to have the ability to travel for work as needed.

Chronicle Books is committed to fostering an inclusive company culture that respects and promotes diverse backgrounds and points of view. We look for candidates who will add to our culture and support the company’s vision of a diverse, equitable, inclusive, and collaborative workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to jobs@chroniclebooks.com. Be sure to include "Marketing Manager” in the subject line. While this is currently a remote position, the expectation is that this San Francisco-based role will eventually move back in-house when it is safe to do so.