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About Good Wealth Management
Not your grandfather’s stockbroker. We are a full-service wealth management firm with offices in Harrisonburg, VA and Fairfax, VA. We provide top notch service to clients in 22+ states: we pride ourselves on being completely independent and we are closely aligned with our clients –not the interests of a corporate entity. Through our Hybrid RIA Branch, we have agreements with custodians such as Charles Schwab, Fidelity and LPL Financial. And we love technology.
Marketing Intern (Paid) – Come join our team!
We’re looking for a super smart and fun marketing intern. This learning experience will help you expand your online marketing skills and provide you with knowledge of different marketing strategies. Your insightful contribution will help develop, expand and maintain our digital channels. Overall, you will gain broad experience in online marketing and should be prepared to enter any fast paced work environment.
– You must be a Junior or Senior.
– You must have solid understanding of online marketing (e.g. Facebook ads, online analytics, Google Adwords, etc).
– You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
– You must have passion for sales, marketing and communications.
– Understanding of WordPress, InDesign, and/or Photoshop is desired (not required).
Are you ready to join our team? Send your letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org asap!
Experienced Advisor? Join Our Office
Do you really own your book? Let’s talk about Independence and Flexibility with our Hybrid Model. Let’s focus on ways we can help you improve the service you offer your clients. Let’s focus on ways we can help you improve profitability. Let’s talk about taking control of your own book of business. We know how to do it — let’s talk, confidentially.
Contact Dan Uribe, Managing Partner, for an open and confidential conversation.
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