Mockingbird is made possible by a team of insanely smart, eager and genuinely fantastic human beings. We’re located in downtown Seattle, in the heart of Pioneer Square, and are constantly looking for talent and unique perspectives. As a Google Premier Partner, we have access to advanced training for our employees, and are constantly striving to meet our core goals of bettering the lives of our employees and clients, in that order.
Think you have what it takes to help us grow our operations to deliver the absolute best data driven legal marketing services?
Throw out everything you’ve come to expect from a marketing agency and check out our job postings below. Non-dog lovers need not apply!
Looking to gain tactical experience in search engine marketing and reporting? Our agency provides that in spades. Marketing Managers are our entry level position and are trained and given hands on experience tackling everything from adding new website content to backlink audits. If you’re curious, a strong troubleshooter and hate being bored, this role may be exactly what you’re looking for!
Search Account Executive
Don’t be fooled by the title! This is not a sales position masked as an account manager. The role of our Account Executives is to own and foster the relationship between our marketing agency and a book of business. As the backbone of the agency, AEs are responsible for the success of our legal clients and work to create, execute and report on all marketing investments.
Freelance writers looking to tackle big and small projects focused on the legal industry are always in demand at Mockingbird. Multi-lingual? Even better! Our clients need high quality, thoughtful content for all their marketing channels.
Our most successful law firm engagements usually start with a website redesign onto WordPress. We primarily work on WordPress because it doesn’t trap our clients into using us simply because we built it. If you’ve got experience building best-in-class WordPress websites and thrive on being part of a team that’s hyper focused on performance, consider a job with our marketing agency!
How can we use design to convey that our client is the authority when it comes to criminal defense for military veterans? Does it matter if the button is green or blue? Where should contact forms be for maximized conversions? Does professional photography matter? If you’ve got answers, we’re listening.
Marketing Sales Consultant
We’re constantly looking for business consultants who can evaluate a law firm’s business, audit their current marketing efforts, assess their market, identify marketing priorities and position our agency as the steward of their marketing investment. This shouldn’t sound like a typical sales position, because it’s not.