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UX / CRO Marketing Consultant

LunaMetrics seeks a digital marketing consultant with experience in UX, front-end development or conversion optimization. A day at the office might include redesigning landing pages for a tech company, PPC automation strategy for an online retailer, creating campaign efficiencies with Google Apps Script. This position requires someone who embraces variety and flourishes in it.

This position reports to the director of the Digital Marketing Strategy department.  

  • Do you have genuine interest in all things digital? Gifs, nerdy wearables and big data puns are everywhere in our office.
  • Can you lead a conversation about SEO, Google Analytics or Google AdWords? We strive to speak with confidence and be experts in our field.
  • Ever wanted to apply an Outranking Share Bid Strategy to an RLSA campaign to see what would happen? At LunaMetrics, our PPC innovations become client best practices.
  • Do you have confidence writing in HTML and Javascript or jQuery? Personal sites/sandboxes would be worth extra points, too.
  • Interested in building things? We like creating tools, designing reports and programming and automating to make our lives easier.
  • Are you Pittsburgh proud? We need people that can work from our office in the South Side. Our teleport machine is out of order, so no commuting from Krypton, either.
  • Bonus points are awarded for friends of tag management, AP style, social media advertising and all things data analysis.


  • Perform digital marketing analysis that contributes to client ROI
  • Influence client marketing initiatives by creating strong, clear reports
  • Maintain daily interaction to update clients or coworkers on project progress
  • Create professional deliverables for clients that meet the LunaMetrics quality standard
  • Train clients in digital marketing best practices and join our national AdWords training squad
  • Develop process efficiencies to assist our fast-paced Digital Marketing Strategy department
  • Continuously further knowledge of digital marketing, with an emphasis on search
  • Mentor less experienced team members and learn from those with more experience
  • Consistently meet department and client deadlines
  • Remain current in a quickly evolving industry
  • Carefully track and record billable time
  • Other duties as assigned

To Apply

Please submit a resume and cover letter that explains (1) your experience with digital marketing, (2) an anecdote for your analytical mindset and (3) an example of a self-taught digital skill.

About LunaMetrics

It is an amazing time to join LunaMetrics. We are expanding in a fantastic space on the South Side, just  a few blocks off Carson Street. It has murals from local artists, bean-bag chairs for sprawling and a coffee bar to meet those caffeine cravings.  (The Latte Lounge coffee maker is more than a machine, it is a coworker and friend.) Our beverage and breakfast bar is the perfect place to catch up with coworkers and share ideas across teams. There are 30-something Lunametricians. Some of us ride to work on the Three Rivers Trail (that’s just a block from the front door) and the others park their jet packs on the roof.

Team members invest in LunaMetrics and the company goes to great lengths to reinvest in the team. We were named one of Pittsburgh’s Best Places to Work in 2014, 2015 & 2016 and received a 2015 PHRA Engaging Pittsburgh: It’s All About The People Award for our commitment to employee development.

We are a tightly-knit team of talented, driven individuals. To really fit in here, you’d have to be committed to internet marketing as a career and be a little nerdy in your own way. We are genuinely passionate about what we do. We are life-long learners, and our continuing education initiatives back this up in a very real way. Each employee gets to attend national conferences every year and keeping up with industry blogs is not only expected, it’s required.
We think it’s the best of both worlds: A small company culture with all the awesome personal freedoms that it entails, coupled with the big company client list. Interoffice banter is encouraged, Nerf fights are unavoidable and beer o’clock is tradition. All of that and we still get the work done and meet deadlines. As stated, we are a talented bunch.

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