Posted 5 months ago
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The Red Hat Content team is looking for a Marketing Communications Specialist to join us in Raleigh, NC. In this role, you will join a team that helps our global prospects and customers solve complicated IT and business problems in cooperation with the product and corporate marketing teams. You will serve as a content strategist, cooperating directly with marketers to plan, write, and edit digital marketing content for our website, redhat.com. Working alongside your team associates, you will advocate for a consistent voice across all of Red Hat’s marketing while continuously learning about content marketing, digital marketing, translation and localization strategy, branding, community building, and open source technologies. Your priorities will be to simplify and amplify the Red Hat voice, to engage IT prospects positively along their entire Red Hat experience, to connect Red Hat content contributors, and to build awareness of the importance of quality writing and communication at Red Hat.
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