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Job Description

Magic Leap is looking for a Social Media Specialist to assist in day-to-day operations of our social media channels. This role will be responsible for collaborating with our Content Marketing Manager and external agencies to create, publish and manage campaign and always-on content, while also providing community management for channels. The best candidate will be a self-starter with experience in original social content production (from bite-sized content to larger campaign social support). He/she has an expert-level understanding of social media marketing principles and community management, understanding of the creative process, and strong creative brand writing skills with a copywriting portfolio that speaks to the modern customer. Most importantly, the owner of the shoes who fill this role will be self-motivated and proactive team member responsible for leading social and community management across Consumer/Developer teams. An appreciation for startup culture is expected and desire to forge new paths. Buckle up!


  • Manage Magic Leap social media day-to-day operations (posting, scheduling, boosting, response and analysis)
  • Own community management processes, and collaborate with additional customer-facing teams across the organization
  • Own real-time social activations (at events, on special days, etc.)
  • Copywriter relevant, on-brand [and sometimes witty] social media posts and responses
  • Assist in general asset creation: writing briefs, providing creative direction, etc.
  • Liaise with creative agencies in concepting and execution of key campaigns across social channels
  • Create and manage always-on social calendar including liaison with agency partners and 3rd party vendors in the production of bite-sized assets (graphics, photos, short GIFs) for always-on social workstream
  • Strategize on how social media content strategy folds into overall paid strategy
  • Provide guidance and input on overall social media and digital content trends. Report platform updates to the broader team and recommend optimizations to strategies
  • Proofread social, email and web content as needed
  • Be a general team player, and jump in to assist different areas when needed
  • Manage configuration and maintenance of our social media management tools


  • 2-3 years experience agency or client side in social media strategy or copywriting.
  • Superhero social copywriting skills with a portfolio of content to write home about
  • Experience with social media management systems. Sprinklr experience a plus.
  • Impeccable organization skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Experience working in the tech sector a big plus
  • Experience working with Photoshop, Illustrator, and AfterEffects


  • BS/BA degree from an accredited college or university

 Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

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