Coordinator, Integrated Marketing

New York, NY
Full Time


The TED Partnerships team is a group of strategists, marketers, analysts, creatives and producers devoted to supporting the non-profit mission of TED through revenue generating partnerships. Our partners include Marriott, Lexus, Google, Facebook, Dove and many more–and our programs span not only events and conferences, but digital sponsorships, podcasts and audio, video and social custom content created through our TED Ideas Studio. 


The Integrated Marketing Coordinator is an integral support role across the entire Integrated Marketing team, working collaboratively to assist with multiple on-going partnership projects –across experiential, digital, and audio– on a revolving basis. This position is detail-oriented and serves as a trusted, reliable resource to further the success of TED partnerships and to help hold the team accountable to internal and external deliverables. 


Team administrative support: 

  • Coordinate team meetings, including scheduling, setting agendas and ensuring timely follow-up on action items and deliverables 
  • Assist with maintaining internal files, making sure documents and resources are organized and available 
  • Provide administrative support to Integrated Marketing Management as needed

Project support: 

  • Work with Integrated Marketing team on multiple ongoing partner projects –across experiential, digital, and audio– including research, idea generation and material updates
  • Manage internal databases and timelines on behalf of the integrated marketing team, working with internal TED stakeholders to ensure they are up-to-date 
  • Assist team in generating project kick-off materials along with recap materials post project
  • Other duties and special projects as may be assigned as needed


  • Strong project management and organizational skills; ability to manage multiple projects and timelines 
  • Strong writing and communication skills
  • Detail-oriented, perceptive and ability to meet deadlines 
  • An eye for continuously analyzing and optimizing processes to improve the team’s efficiency and effectiveness 
  • Self-starting, self-motivated and ability to think on one’s feet
  • Great analytical and creative problem-solving skills 


  • BA/BS College degree 
  • Past professional experience, internships or otherwise 
  • Strong computer applications skills (Microsoft Suite, Keynote, G Suite, Slack)
  • Availability for travel (domestic and/or international), as needed 


  • General: Office environment; position is based in TED’s New York City office 
  • Physical: Repetitive movement of wrists, hands, and/or fingers 
  • Mental/Visual: Concentrated mental and/or visual attention; work involves performing tasks to very close accuracy and quality specifications 
  • Machines, Tools, Equipment, Electronic Devices, Computer Software, etc.: Ability to use common office equipment such as telephone, computer and copier 


Housed within the larger TED Partnerships team, the Integrated Marketing team is a small group of hard-working and collaborative high-achievers who come with a diverse range of interests, backgrounds and skills. Together, we ensure that the revenue-driving sales arm of TED has the concepts and materials needed to build interesting, strategic partnerships. We then support the creation and production of these programs. TED’s mission of ‘ideas worth spreading’ serves as our guidepost and we take pride in furthering the work of a globally renowned non-profit entity that’s making an impact.


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