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Posted by Willy Franzen on January 27, 2011. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Outside Regional Account Sales (Digital Advertising)||Dallas, TX|
|Account Supervisor||Atlanta, GA|
|Marketing Communication and Public Relations Manager||San Francisco, CA|
|Consumer Engagement Manager||San Francisco, CA|
|Director of National Partnerships, Restaurant Channel||Atlanta, GA|
|Data Integration Specialist||Atlanta, GA|
|Technical Project Manager||Atlanta, GA|
|Data Quality Analyst||Atlanta, GA|
|Quality Assurance Systems Engineer||Atlanta, GA|
|Implementation Engineer||Atlanta, GA|
Just yesterday I had a few people complaining to me that they weren’t having any success finding interesting, non-scammy jobs on job boards. That’s like complaining that you can’t find any healthy options at Cinnabon. You’re missing the point. The best way to go about the job search is to seek out interesting companies that appear to be growing, regardless of whether or not they have jobs posted that match up with your qualifications. It’s not easy, and it can often feel like a waste of time, but when it pays off, it pays off big. A perfect example is Cardlytics. Their name has popped up in a couple of articles that I’ve read recently including this one from The Washington Post. They’re an Atlanta, GA based company that has developed a “Transaction Marketing System” that “integrates into a financial institution to deliver relevant offers to consumers based on their everyday purchases.” I know it sounds really creepy, but it’s happening, and you’re probably going to be better off because of it.
The ways Cardlytics works from a consumer standpoint is pretty simple. You keep using your credit or debit card as you normally would. When you look at your statement, there are targeted advertisements and offers. If you accept one of the offers, you can get a discount on future purchases with the company. The really cool thing is that the discount is automatically applied to your statement—no coupon necessary. This is obviously a new idea, so Cardlytics is working hard to partner with both advertisers and financial institutions. Plenty of privacy advocates will be up in arms about this, but Cardlytics does not collect or transmit any personally identifiable information. Everything is automated—so you get personalized offers without having the advertisers actually now who you are. Now, you may want to consider sending some personally identifiable information to Cardlytics if you want to work for them. Their Careers page only lists more experienced positions, but don’t let that stop you. They’re a growing company with a great idea and seemingly excellent implementation. Reach out to them and see how you can be a part of it—you may want to take a look at their LinkedIn company profile to see what kind of positions they currently have.
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