Magnet Media is looking for a Social Media buyer to be an integral part of the team in building a wellness product.  

What you’ll work on:

  • Maintain an online presence through paid social media for our client through multiple channels including FB, IG, and Google Ads
  • Ideate original, culturally relevant concepts that strategically answer the brief and bring the brand to life
  • Create weekly reports and optimize based on results, working closely with design and copywriting to bring the data to life

 Who you are:

  • 3+ years of experience as a social media buyer with proven success with customer acquisition 
  • Excellent organizational skills and a track record of managing multiple schedules and tight deadlines efficiently and effectively
  • Familiarity with all major social media platforms
  • Excellent communication skills, able to present ideas clearly and persuasively.
  • You are customer centric and an out-of-the-box thinker.

Life at Magnet 

Since our inception 20 years ago, we’ve continued to uphold our original mission of telling stories that matter, so that we live in a more inclusive and equitable world. This means having an intentional focus on including people of color, veterans, LGBTQIA+, people from different faiths, cultures, and religions, single dads, women returning to work after raising children...from brand new citizens to those whose family came over on the Mayflower, and both junior protegés and sage experienced talent. Differently together is what drives our passion for meaningful creative storytelling. 

At Magnet, you’ll find talents from around the world with a variety of experiences bonding over coffee, video games, books, pets, sports, interior design, music, the latest meme or streaming series... and many more! We believe in working smart and prioritizing our mental health, that’s why we require our team members to take paid “self-care” day once every quarter and company wide remote lunches once or twice a month to destress and catch up with each other. 

Based in New York City, currently operating remotely. 



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