9 Cool Jobs: Cool Job Titles

Achieving Goals, Career Discovery, Cool Jobs
03/06/20 - Randi Hill
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Our clients and community are looking for unique jobs in a fun environment. This edition of 9 cool jobs focuses on cool job titles that come along with cool, fun jobs. Above all, these jobs reside within organizations which prioritize people and culture and provide exciting ways to make an impact beyond the mundane 9-5. We are particularly interested in positions that don’t neatly fit into an obvious career path box (e.g., doctor, lawyer, accountant). If you know od cool job titles that you think would be great for us to share with our community of driven career-transitioners, you can submit it here for us to consider for a future post!

Now, onto the list of cool job titles!

VP of Finance 

Company: Jellyvision

Location: Chicago, IL

Why we like it: Jellyvision is known for creating “ALEX”, an interactive employee communications platform that makes tricky decisions—like choosing and using employee benefits—easier and more enjoyable. If you’re ready to work alongside the Jellyvision team to build a first-class, data-driven finance organization this could be the new job for you! In this position, you will be a business partner to multiple senior leaders. In addition to running point on the financial planning & analysis, you will chart strategy regarding business intelligence, and contribute in just about every aspect of our day-to-day finance & business operations.

Read more and apply here.

Total Rewards Specialist

Company:  Duolingo

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Why we like it: Duolingo makes learning a new language as easy as playing on your phone! They believe that people are their most valuable asset and for that reason, they are looking for a curious, quirky, results-driven individual to develop and refine their worldwide benefits and compensation programs. This role will work closely with the other members of the people operations team to attract, reward, and retain a diverse employee population. 

Read more and apply here.

Chief of Staff

Company: CodePath

Location: Remote or San Francisco, CA  

Why we like it: CodePath is a nonprofit organization with a vision to one day ensure that every student in college, regardless of background or personal circumstances, has the opportunity, skills, network, and pathways available to become a confident and successful software engineer in the tech industry. This position provides a unique opportunity for an experienced operations manager to enhance their skillset. While also building relationships with key education, corporate, and philanthropic influencers. 

Read more and apply here.

Regional Sales Manager

Company: Skinny Dipped

Location: Chicago, IL or Minneapolis, MN

Why we like it: Skinny Dipped is a female-founded and proudly women-led snack company making thinly dipped chocolate almonds that are exceptionally good-for-you and ridiculously delicious. For instance, you’ll spend your time leading the development and implementation of planning at the account level. You’ll spend your time focusing on total volume sales and profit/share growth within Candy and Snack Nuts. As a result, you can expect travel and overnight trips to the central region account locations, you’ll be sure to flex your strategic planning and execution muscles. 

Read more and apply here.

VP, Ecommerce 

Company: TOMS

Location: Los Angeles, CA 

Why we like it: TOMS Shoes is a company that will match every pair of shoes purchased with a new pair of shoes for a child in need. One for One®. What started as just shoes has developed into bags, eyewear and coffee. Along with their one for one initiative they now invest resources to help bring clean water, restore eyesight, and help ensure safer births to those living in poverty around the world. This role will contribute to TOMS’s overall success by serving as a key business partner to the Chief Merchandising Officer/GM of the Americas. In addition to collaborating with cross-functional business leaders, and providing direction and leadership for the eCommerce strategy and business planning. 

Read more and apply here.

Senior Adobe Stock Campaign Manager

Company: Adobe

Location: San Francisco, CA

Why we like it: Adobe is changing the world by giving people the tools to bring their ideas to life and create content that makes life more fun and work more meaningful. As a Senior Manager on the Adobe Stock campaign team, you will be a part of building the strategy. While driving the execution to create brand engagement and generate lifetime value with Adobe’s fast-growing subscriber base. This role will join a highly collaborative marketing team while leading a global cross-functional team driving post-sales subscriber engagement. As the subject-matter expert for personalized customer lifecycle marketing programs, you will apply deep knowledge of customer needs, competitive situations and our elite offering to delight our customers – from onboarding customers for success, while on the other hand, maximizing the lifetime value of a customer through repeat purchase and cross-sell programs.

Read more and apply here.

Director of Healthcare Market Growth

Company: Hireology

Location: Chicago, IL

Why we like it: Hireology is a technology company that empowers businesses to build great teams. This role acts as a Director of Business Development and is responsible for leading business and partnership development activities. Therefore, you will work with our VP of Corporate Development and members of the team to create and define the business development strategy and drive the execution of that strategy to propel the business forward. For example, one of your focus areas will be growing the accounts related to Home / Home Health Care, Senior Living, Skilled Nursing and Community Living facilities. 

Read more and apply here.

Head of Customer Marketing

Company: Drift 

Location: Boston, MA

Why we like it: Drift is a Conversational Marketing platform that combines chat, email, video, and automation to remove the friction from business buying. Drift allows companies to start conversations with future customers now, on their terms — not days later. The Head of Customer Marketing is responsible for building the customer marketing strategy at Drift. In other words, this role works alongside the Sales and Customer Success teams to understand Drift’s customer pipeline. In addition to making recommendations around how Drift can improve customer experience through marketing to increase customer engagement. You will also focus on retention and progression from purchase to advocacy.

Read more and apply here.

Holster and Duty Gear Product Manager

Company: CamelBak

Location: Virginia Beach, VA

Why we like it: The Product Manager of  Holsters and Duty Gear will be responsible for achieving annual top and bottom line metrics through product management. Furthermore, you will assist in new product development in support of the tactical team’s product strategy. Above all. this position also relies on an innovative skill set, personal drive and intimate knowledge of the product category. That is to say, you will work towards defining and creating differentiated products that satisfy the unmet needs of end-users. In addition to being user-focused, this position will support the Director, Product Development—Tactical Business Unit—to achieve success and meet the key metrics for the team. This is also arguably a pretty dang cool job title.

Read more and apply here.

If you’re excited about one of these cool job titles, but maybe you are struggling to get the attention of employers? In addition to all the work you have done, you can try booking a complimentary consultation with us here. So, our career coaches are standing by ready to help you land a very cool new job!

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