Social Media Manager or Strategist

What's the Job?

As a Social Media Manager or Strategist you will:

Have experience of creating successful strategic plans and creative content campaigns on social media. This covers all primary social organic and paid platforms including but not exclusively:

• LinkedIn
• Twitter
• Facebook
• Instagram
• Have good knowledge of using propagating software such as Hootsuite and/or

You will have the skills to:

• Create and deliver innovative social strategies.
• Creative content creation, in the form of engaging copy and images – perfect grammar and spelling is a must.
• Manage various clients’ social media accounts.
• You’ll work closely with them to understand their needs.
• Working as part of a wider team, delivering social media as part of a larger client project.
• Attending potential client business development meetings and presenting a social media proposal in conjunction with the sales team.
• Working with and managing social content for Wagada.
• Must have a minimum of 2 years’ specific experience within social media, working across multiple channels. You will need to demonstrate success with a portfolio of work.

We’re a growing company and, if you’re ambitious, want to keep learning and are looking to make your mark in a fast-moving small business, we’d love you to grow with us. We’ll offer you excellent opportunities to progress and a flexible, sociable working environment.

Do You Fit the Bill?

We’re not your average marketing agency, so this isn’t your average marketing position.

You’ll have a strong background in Digital Marketing and Social Media and be looking to develop further digitally. You’ll therefore need to have a passion for all things digital and be keen to expand your knowledge and skills.

We’re a busy agency, so you’ll be ready to muck-in with the rest of the team to get things done, but also be willing to down-tools from time to time to join us for a Bake-off, game of darts or a ping-pong competition too!

The Nitty-Gritty

You can find more information about the job in the attached job description, but here’s the most important stuff:

Pay: TBC subject to experience
Hours: Full-time, 9.00am-5.30pm (37.5 per week), Monday-Friday
Holiday: 23 days per year including festive period and public holidays rising to a maximum of 28 days, plus bank holidays
Benefits: Pension, training (both external and internal), Friday Team lunches

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Key Details

  • Full-time, 9.00am-5.30pm (37.5 per week), Monday-Friday
  • 23 days per year including festive period and public holidays
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