A learning science company and one of the "big three" educational publishers that provides customized educational content, software, and services for pre-K through postgraduate education is seeking a Social Media Manager to help them out next month.
Duration: Maternity leave
Start: December 2nd or December 9th
End: expected to return April 20th. They would like a week to transition so your end date will probably be April 24th
Interview Process: with the current Senior Manager of Social Media and Content. You may also interview with VP of Marketing & Branding
This person can sit remotely
Team: immediate team is VP of Marketing & Branding, Intern who works 16 hours/week. You will interact with several people.
Purely a maternity coverage
Level: mid, 4-6 years
Seeking someone who is savvy with digital and social
Covering for Senior Manager, Social Media and Content
Her last day is December 20th
Day to day:
more than just organic social media. manages their hire rise social channels with organic content you would see on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn. That is in a platform called Sprout. experience/knowledge of social media platforms and knowledge of Flipfrog, maintenance channel. Understanding of social media and how channels work and how to communicate through those channels.
she also does their paid social media programs. sets up, builds and executes all ads through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter. You do not need to have full knowledge of that, but they are going to try to have all ads set up beforehand. a lot of programs launch in early January anyway. more of a maintenance position. have some understanding of logging into ad managers on each platform and troubleshoot an ad or check on an ad. she can train before on how to add contacts and what not.
there is an intern, part-time. she helps with Sprout, writes a lot of content and the Senior Manager approves it. should have writing skills, writing for social media.
strategy: doesn’t necessarily need to come to the table with strategy, but just maintenance
understanding the metrics that you are recording and how to explain those metrics
NO industry knowledge is fine
having a creative eye would be great, creative look and feel. experience with creative ads and designing creative, working with designer.