At Nationwide, you’ll have the opportunity to help bring the On Your Side® promise to life through exciting marketing jobs. By defining who our customers are and the best way to reach them, marketing ensures that our customers get consistent, meaningful and reliable communication.
When you choose a marketing career at Nationwide, you can leverage various vehicles to sell our products, including social media, creative materials, strategic sponsorships and interactive websites.
A huge perk of working in a marketing job is our innovative Marketing University, which includes a lecture series, seminars and 10-week college business courses to keep us at our best. You can even earn a master’s degree in marketing through our Educational Assistance Program.
Explore marketing careers at Nationwide
Nationwide’s marketing team works hard to deliver an On Your Side® experience to our customers through a variety of roles.
Strategy and planning
The strategy and planning team is responsible for developing long-range marketing strategies for the company’s business objectives.
Discovering what drives customer decisions is one of the most important roles at Nationwide. The customer analytics group measures campaign analytics, evaluates marketing information and manages behavior research.
Through internal messaging and external public relations, our communications professionals deliver consistent and brand-driven messages to an internal audience and to our customers across the country.
Brand and reputation
The brand and reputation team creates all company advertising and sponsorships. They ensure our brand is not only exceptional, but also consistent.
From graphic design to Facebook updates, the creative services team translates the Nationwide message through the Internet, multimedia channels and print.
Develop your marketing career at Nationwide
Whether your skill set is best served in a technical, creative or management capacity, Nationwide provides an exceptional opportunity for career growth.
As a marketing professional, you’ll take 40 hours of continuing education each year through the company’s Marketing University. The skills you’ll learn through Marketing University and on-the-job experience will help you thrive throughout your career.