Careers at Beacon

Smarter marketing is the perfect mix of strategy, design and technology

Join a team as passionate and driven as you are

Based out of Greensboro, NC, Beacon is an industry-leading provider of custom web development and marketing solutions and local IT services to companies and universities across the United States. While we provide unparalleled service to our clients, we also know how to take care of our own. That means we're dedicated to your well-being, work/life balance, and career development.

We invite you to join us as we grow and improve together. Take a look at some of our positions here, apply for openings on our Beacon Job Board, or contact our HR Manager for more information.

  • Web Designers and Web Developers - Do you have experience in hand-coding HTML, XML/XSL, Javascript/jQuery, XHTML, CSS? Can you make a website as functional and user-friendly as it is beautiful? Let us know! 
  • .NET Developers - We're always on the lookout for experienced .Net Developers with VB.NET and ASP.NET experience.
  • Account Executives and Sales Representatives - For this position, you should have experience in sales and internet technology, and be ready to walk potential clients through the variety of custom and standard packages for website development, digital marketing, and web hosting services. You'll need a  natural flair for building and maintaining relationships, and be able to create and identify opportunities for new business when working as a consultant to current and prospective customers.
  • Digital Marketing Analysts and Specialists - If you have strength in search engine optimization (SEO), social media marketing, pay-per-click marketing, email marketing, and Google Analytics, then consider joining our growing digital marketing team.
  • Project Managers - If you are an experienced Project Manager with strong organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills, reach out to us! Related experience in IT or digital marketing is always a plus!

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