Embrace Pet Insurance is an industry pack leader that was awarded the top spot for pet insurance on the Forbes list of America’s Best Insurance Companies 2022. Along with our Great Place to Work certification, Embrace has been recognized 7 years in a row by The Plain Dealer as one of “Northeast Ohio’s Top Workplaces” and is a 10-time winner of the NorthCoast 99 Award, a program that recognizes 99 workplaces for top talent in Northeast Ohio.
As an employer, Embrace understands the value of supporting our team inside and outside of the office. By providing a good work/life balance and room for growth, we do all that we can to set our team up to win – professionally and personally. Embrace offers a competitive compensation model and benefits including, but not limited to; health insurance (human and pet), dental, vision, wellness reimbursement program, 401(k) with a company contribution, and flexible paid time off.
We value diversity — in backgrounds and in experiences. Pets are vital members of the family, and we hire people from all backgrounds and swaths of life to ensure they receive the best possible care. Embrace is empathetic, caring, and supportive; we are deliberate and self-reflective about the kind of team and culture that we are building. We are seeking individuals who are not only strong in their own aptitudes but also care deeply about supporting each other's growth.
As a Marketing Project Manager you will be responsible for all aspects of project planning and development within the Marketing team, and will work collaboratively with other Embrace teams. The Project Manager is responsible for coordinating Marketing strategic projects from start to finish by managing resources from the requirements gathering phase to launch. Your goal will be to drive projects forward always keeping in mind how the project effects the growth of the company and your role in increasing Embrace’s value.
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