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Available Scrapbook Jobs at Stampin’ Up!

Stampin Up featureRiverton, Utah-based Stampin’ Up! has a large slate of available jobs currently posted. The jobs cover areas from marketing to graphics to IT. Click the links in the job names below to visit the listings, learn more, and apply.

PRINT/WEB DESIGN MANAGER
If you thrive on creativity, and love amazing people and designing, you will love working at Stampin’ Up! We are looking for a phenomenal designer and leader to join our crew.

MARKETING MANAGER
In this role, you’ll use your marketing expertise to drive brand and revenue goals, primarily by ensuring the overall success of a product line. You will be directly responsible for creation, budgeting, project management, and tactical execution of marketing programs.
PHOTOGRAPHER
Provide photographic services to market company products creatively and support organizational needs. Collaborate with key individuals to develop and produce photos that meet company objectives. This is a 6 month temporary position.

DEMONSTRATOR SUPPORT DIRECTOR
Responsible for maintaining positive demonstrator relations and for developing, implementing, and administering demonstrator support programs that meet company objectives. Responsible for developing and maintaining high productivity and morale within the demonstrator support department.

MARKETING WRITER
Develop material that effectively communicates information to internal and external audiences. Manage communication projects from inception to delivery.

DS AGENT-FRENCH SPEAKING
Perform customer service for inbound calls and e-mails from English and French speaking demonstrators including order entry, order corrections, and questions regarding programs and policies. Ensure demonstrators are receiving accurate and efficient service through effective research, problem solving, and coaching.

ETL DEVELOPER
Analyze, document, design, develop, and maintain highly complex Extract, Transformation and Load (ETL) processes in the support of data warehouses, data marts and operational data stores. Determine appropriate design for ETL applications and gather information to determine data sources, data targets, data definitions, data relationships and business rules.

GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Work with communication design team to design and maintain company publications and print collateral marketing pieces. Assist design team with web promotional projects that may include concept design, layout, photo, and illustration.

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7 Responses to Available Scrapbook Jobs at Stampin’ Up!

  1. PjP June 21, 2014 at 12:24 pm #

    Uh-oh. NOW what are they up to? It looks like they’re replacing a lot of people in key positions in marketing and customer service. This makes me nervous because last time they messed with the creative/marketing side of things the results were “less than stellar,” as Nancy would say. It seems like an odd move, given that they finally seemed to be getting their groove back after a couple of bad years.

    • Nancy Nally June 21, 2014 at 1:28 pm #

      Hard to tell what they are up to! Don’t forget they are in the process of setting up Apostrophe S…maybe this is related to that?

  2. gabmcann June 21, 2014 at 9:33 pm #

    So many jobs has got to mean that SU will be around for a while – I hope so anyway!

    • Nancy Nally June 21, 2014 at 10:07 pm #

      The demise of Creative Memories has lead to a lot of growth for Stampin’ Up!, so I would say they are in a good position right now.

  3. Katherine June 21, 2014 at 10:10 pm #

    Speaking of Creative Memories – what happened to Rhonda Anderson’s new venture? She said it would be going by National Scrapbook Day, the first Saturday in May, but I haven’t seen a thing since. ??

  4. Cindy June 22, 2014 at 9:40 am #

    Your title “Available Scrapbook Jobs” is not accurate. I don’t see any job listed for scrapbooking. “Several Job Openings at Stampin’ Up!” would be better.

    • Nancy Nally June 22, 2014 at 12:25 pm #

      Unfortunately as a web writer I have to write not only for people but for the computers at Google. Sometimes, that leads to slightly mangled phrases that would make my English teachers cringe. :(

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