Marketing Coordinator

Company Name:
Toll Brothers

Grow with an award-winning company!

Toll Brothers, Inc., America's leading builder of luxury homes, seeks an organizedMarketing Specialist to support our Las Vegas and Reno divisions. Help implement exciting marketing strategies and grow with us!
In this highly visible role, the Marketing Specialist will help manage marketing campaigns---from print and online advertising, brochures, direct mail, and sales displays to
and public relations---for luxury home communities in Las Vegas and Reno. Our ideal candidate will thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment and possess strong project management and interpersonal communication skills, with a meticulous eye for detail. The candidate will be a self-starter who is able to work both independently and as a part of a team.
Excellent opportunity to join one of the nation's most respected companies!
2012 Builder of the Year
We seek a positive and energetic multi-tasker with a three to five years of marketing experience, a four-year degree in marketing or a related field, solid verbal and written communication skills, and proficiency in Microsoft Office. Publisher, Photoshop or Adobe skills are a plus. Candidates should have experience in or an understanding of event planning, media relations, marketing (preferably in
real estate
) and social media (a plus).

Candidates must be willing to travel to Reno as needed from their homebase in Las Vegas. Up to 20% travel will be required.

We offer an excellent benefits package that includes comprehensive medical/dental, 401(k) with a company match, discounted stock purchase, discounts on mortgages, homes, appliances, and much more!
Come see why Toll Brothers has been attracting and retaining some of the best professionals in the industry!

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