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Marketing Coordinator

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San Francisco, CA, USA

About the Role

Huntsman’s marketing department is an integral part of the firm’s business operations across three U.S. offices, and plays a critical role in establishing, promoting, and growing the firm’s brand. The marketing team leads and supports business development, research, PR, and communications efforts in a fun and fast-paced environment. The marketing coordinator will bring a wide range of skills to the firm, including strong written and verbal communication skills, passion for design, and ability to collaborate with creative professionals. Candidates must be detail-oriented, committed to high standards, and thrive working in a creative, communal, and deadline-driven environment.


  • Gain comprehensive understanding of Huntsman’s portfolio of work, practice areas, and firm wide capabilities

  • Maintain marketing collateral for use in proposals, brochures, award and editorial submittals

  • Maintain project photography library & participate in shoot coordination

  • Support the Marketing Manager, Project Managers, and Executives to generate SOQs, proposals, interview presentations, and leave-behinds

  • Assist the Marketing Manager and PR Consultant with creating written content and graphics for marketing campaigns, promotions, digital communications, and collateral materials

  • Conduct client and opportunity research, as needed, in support of interviews and strategic marketing pursuit

  • Collaborates in pre-interview planning and presentation rehearsals with design teams and contributes to the development and implementation of the established win strategy in presentation materials

  • Maintain firm-wide contact and project database/CRM system

  • Ensure consistency in branding, format, and content, for pursuits and marketing communications

  • Update staff resumes and intranet bios

  • Administer social media accounts, coordinating the relevant messaging and graphics

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Bridge

  • Basic knowledge of marketing fundamentals and the A/E/C profession.

  • Ability to work on concurrent assignments, meet deadlines, and creatively problem-solve.

  • Experience in writing, copyediting, and graphic design.

  • Well-organized, extremely detail-oriented and a self-starter

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including proofreading and editing abilities.

  • Ability to handle proprietary and confidential information

  • Professional demeanor and able to present a positive, on-brand image of Huntsman

Education/Experience Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in marketing, business administration, journalism, English, public relations, communications, or related competency

  • Minimum 2 to 5+ years of marketing experience in an architecture, interior design, or related studio environment

Additional Information

We offer a competitive compensation package based on experience and qualifications. Excellent benefits include medical, dental, and vision coverage. We also offer the opportunity to participate in pre-tax Flexible Spending plans for medical, childcare, and commuter expenses, Employee Stock Ownership Plan, and 401k.  Salary range: $65,000 to $75,000 depending on qualifications.

Candidates must have legal working status in the U.S. as Huntsman will not be sponsoring work visas at this time. If you are hired, we will require you to prove that you have received the COVID-19 vaccine.

Application Instructions

If you meet the qualifications, experience, and requirements for this position, please e-mail your cover letter, resume, portfolio and/or a link to your work in a single PDF (maximum 10 MB) to: hr(at)huntsmanag(dot)com. In your e-mail subject line, please indicate Position - Office Location.

We will review your information and contact you should your qualifications align with our needs.

About the Company

Huntsman Architectural Group is an award-winning architecture and interiors firm dedicated to elevating the human experience by designing places that connect, sustain, and inspire.

We actively engage clients as partners in the design process to explore their unique aspirations and culture, while prioritizing wellness, sustainability, and equity in the built environment. The result is places with meaning.

We believe in the conservation of environmental resources. Our focus is on realizing the potential of existing buildings through revitalization and on responsibly crafting inspiring interior environments to create lasting value for our clients and communities.

Our services include strategic workplace consulting, interior design, and architecture across a wide array of project types in the commercial, institutional, educational, residential, and other sectors.

The firm was established in 1981 and is a 100% ESOP employee-owned company. Our offices in San Francisco, New York, and Chicago are home to over 70 architects, interior designers, project managers, and support staff who are passionate about their work – explorers and innovators who never lose sight of our client’s vision. We maintain a fast-paced and fun work environment where team-based success is highly valued.

Huntsman is committed to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in its design practice, its operations, and in the greater community by improving access for all to the architecture and design profession. We value our employees’ work-life balance, offering hybrid work (home/office), comprehensive benefits, and paid time off, in addition to competitive salaries. We consider mentoring and continuous learning integral to the long-term professional development of our team members.
Huntsman is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We seek talent in every job position that best supports our clients, teams, and workplace. We prohibit discrimination based on race; color; creed; sex; gender (including identity and expression); religion (including dress and grooming practices); marital status; registered domestic partner status; age; national origin or ancestry; physical or mental disability; medical condition; sexual orientation; military and veteran status; caregiver status; political affiliation; or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.

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