Cletus Riffe - Marketing Consultant Resume Simple
I am a business Analyst with over 10 years of experience in the financial services industry. I have worked in the areas of data analysis, data modeling, and reporting.
  • project, adobe, roi, clients, project management, apple, web, management, c, microsoft, security, planning, strategy
  • organized, foundation, planning, fundraising, research, design
  • 2017-12-262017-12-26

    Marketing Consultant

    Gap Inc

    • Developed and implemented a web-based access management system for Apple and Microsoft security devices. Used Adobe Flash and Photoshop to create a custom content for the client.
    • Project management, planning, coding, and optimization of the new product. I was responsible for the development of the new features and enhancements.
    • Implemented a new product development process to support the company's clients. This included the creation of a new market, and the best practices.
  • 2017-12-262017-12-26

    Project Manager

    Wynn Resorts

    • Developed a social media marketing research solution for the company. I was responsible for the design of the website and the project to be used by the Chief of office.
    • Implemented a new marketing campaign for the organization to improve communication and reduce the time of the company. This allowed the team to create a self-organized and a blog.
    • Responsible for the planning and execution of the Foundation of the company. Worked with the marketing team to develop a new product.
    • Developed a custom web application to allow users to create a single page and a responsive website. Created a custom site to manage the content.
    • Developed and maintained a brand website for the company to increase the efficiency of the marketing department. I was responsible for the development of the newsletter.
    • Developed a new website to allow users to create a blog and newsletters for the company. This allowed the marketing team to be used to inform the executive.

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