Associate Director, Content + Engagement

Position: Full-time

 

OVERVIEW

Movement Strategy is seeking an Associate Director of Content + Engagement in our Los Angeles, New York, or Denver Office. This role is managerial and executional, working closely with our VP. of Digital Content and providing management for our Digital Content team. The Digital Content team is a fun, quickly growing, an integral part of our agency, working to develop creative, cutting edge content and proactive Community Management. As an Associate Director, you bring a mix of experience in content development, strategy, community engagement, and production to the table. You’re willing to provide leadership and mentorship, while also getting in the weeds of the day-to-day of our clients. This role will focus particularly on building communities in the Web3 space and developing an expertise in DAOs, NFTs, and the Metaverse as they relate to current and future clients.

Movement Strategy is an independent social-led creative agency with a focus on digital marketing initiatives through the combined use of strategic creative and a deep knowledge of the latest social features, tools, and digital trends. Now at its 13-year tenure, Movement produces groundbreaking work for partners including Amazon Prime Video, NBC Universal, Intuit, Netflix, and Warner Bros.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

You will be responsible for managing a team of social strategists and community engagement managers based across our Los Angeles, New York and Denver offices as we grow. This will include mentorship, check-ins, reviews, and overall team goals. You will also be able to execute social media campaigns in both a strategic and tactical manner, willing to fill in the gaps on accounts when needed, whether it’s scheduling posts, reviewing copy, or providing high level content strategy insight. We need a leader who doesn’t shy away from rolling up their sleeves.

As part of this role’s Web3 focus, you’ll be a leader within Movement Strategy in the space as we build and sustain native Web3 communities on behalf of brands and internally at our agency. You will work with key stakeholders to implement strategy around Web3 clients for Discord, Twitter, and other social media platforms. This includes channel curation, community management, and policies, server rules, bot usage, and more to ensure an active and engaging dialog. You will be actively involved in the larger Web3 community and continually educating people within our agency about what is happening that we should be aware of and opportunities in the space for us to look at.

REQUIREMENTS 

  • 7+ years of experience
  • Experience in leading social media campaigns (preferably within an agency or brand)
  • Must have direct team management experience, ability to work across offices
  • Strong communication, teamwork, collaboration
  • Ability to work and collaborate across multiple departments

 

IDEAL QUALITIES

  • You’re proactive and naturally curious about the digital space, constantly looking for opportunities
  • You are passionate about the work you do and treat your client’s business as if it were your own
  • You make others’ jobs easier (no matter who they are or what they do)
  • You create a positive and open environment when around others
  • Your attention to detail is unmatched
  • You know how to hustle

 

PERKS

  • 100% employer contribution for health, vision and dental
  • 401k plus discretionary match
  • Paid vacation and sick
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Life insurance
  • Short and Long Term Disability
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Support for continued education
  • Commuter benefits (NYC)
  • Anniversary bonus 
  • Flexible Spending Account 
  • Movement Journey – Stipend for continued education or personal growth
  • Amazing colleagues! 

 

Movement Strategy is an Equal Opportunity Employer

At Movement, we believe that what we put out into the world matters. And since we were founded on the principles of paving our own path, we take bold steps towards what we believe is the right direction. This means addressing the big stuff: the systems of inequality that impact some of us far more than others. As culture creators, we firmly believe we have a responsibility to our colleagues, clients, communities, and the industry to live up to the Movement name. We confront inequities head-on as they come, knowing that this work is never done and that we must keep the momentum.





 

 



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