Paid Social Media Strategist | Media
Posted by: Amy Onori
Boston, MA |
Join us at Mediahub, winner of Adweek’s 2018 US Media Agency of the Year and MediaPost’s 2016 & 2017 Creative Agency of the Year! We’re an award-winning, full-service agency with endless opportunities.
We are looking for a passionate and talented individual to join our team in Boston as a Paid Social Media Strategist. We need someone with experience developing social strategies, and executing and buying paid social media.
– Develop, manage, and optimize comprehensive paid social campaigns for the brand you work on.
– Execute paid social media strategy across all major platforms.
– Partner with a cross-functional team to execute large-scale paid social programs and social extensions.
– Manage the social performance reporting process, communicating results with key stakeholders in the agency and clients.
– Prepare presentations and recommendations, and be comfortable sharing with the clients and internal team members.
– Familiarity planning, executing, optimizing and reporting on paid social media efforts. You must have experience in Facebook and Instagram. Twitter, Pinterest, and Snapchat are a plus.
– Social media know-how. You are up-to-date on the latest and greatest across social platforms, have an eye on what is new and exciting in the space, and what brands are doing it right.
– You aren’t afraid to jump in, speak up, and take charge in a situation.
– 1-2 years’ experience in a role where paid social media management was a core job responsibility.
– Agency experience preferred.
You must be eligible to work in the United States to be considered for this role.
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