DELCO Careers – Mobiquity

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With a location in Wayne, Mobiquity is a rapidly scaling, digital engagement player that envisions, designs, creates, and optimizes compelling, game-changing digital solutions across all channels, combining its strengths in strategy, data science, and engineering.

Program Manager

This position ensures that project teams are properly staffed with desired and complementary skill sets, provides regular status and financial reporting, and identifies new revenue opportunities through lateral selling.

The ideal candidate will possess 12 years of relevant experience, including five years of experience as a project manager, experience and/or certification in Scrum or Scaled Agile, and a successful track record of growing client revenue.

Click here to read more about the Program Manager position at Mobiquity.

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Marketing Coordinator

This position executes all aspects of the company’s e-mail marketing program for lead generation; drafts and edits marketing content; and helps format pitch decks and produce case studies for sales and account teams.

The ideal candidate will possess one to two years of marketing experience, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and strong organizational skills.

Click here to read more about the Marketing Coordinator position at Mobiquity.

QA Engineer

This position responds to and resolves customer satisfaction escalations as necessary, tests application functionality and defect resolutions, and assists in investigating defects found in production or during customer testing.

The ideal candidate will possess three years of application testing experience, excellent troubleshooting capabilities, experience with Android or Apple iOS software, and an understanding of mobile software and systems.

Click here to read more about the QA Engineer position at Mobiquity.

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