Join the TrackableMed Team! We'd love to hear from you!

Our business is growing and we are looking for the next new member of our team! We work for private medical practices across the US and we care a lot about our culture. So, first decide if you are ok working in an environment that holds true to these specific behavioral values:

  1. Willing to Learn - There is something to learn from every human on this earth.
  2. Problem Solver - Figure out a way, there’s no such thing as “It can’t be done”.
  3. No Drama - It is your job to get along with co-workers, look for positive intent.
  4. Results Oriented - Not just doing the job…but accomplishing the goal.
  5. Personal Integrity - Act the same whether you’re being watched or not.
  6. Reliable - Behave and act in a way that removes all doubt. Do what must be done.
  7. Positive - We will make mistakes, being positive is understanding this is a reality and that we can learn and grow from all events.

If any of the above rubs you the wrong way...we're probably not a good fit.

Open Positions

Creative Strategy Director

You have an understanding of advertising and marketing. When you see other companies' messages, you instantly have a sense that it works or doesn’t.

You like data because it tells you outcomes, but your main focus is creating a message and planning the delivery for it to be the most effective.

You like the idea of freedom to try new things, using different tools, getting fast actionable feedback. If you have to dive into a platform, you will figure it out, but it’s not the best place for you to spend your time.

You have strong opinions held lightly about:
Search engine marketing, social media advertising, programmatic, broadcast, print, outdoor, etc.
You have a knack for understanding the story behind why someone uses a product or service.
You like the idea of someone handing you the keys to creating the best results.

You are excited to learn about:
New platforms for accessing audiences, Human behavior and how to influence it, Neuroscience and an understanding of biased behavior.