quip is seeking a Content Manager  to help develop and grow our owned communications including our social media presence across new and existing platforms and our monthly newsletters to consumers and dental professionals. As a core team member on the front lines of representing our brand, the ideal candidate for this role has experience in executing end-to-end strategy for a brand that is known for an exceptional social presence and newsletter engagement. 

The right candidate also has a desire to create new content trends — rather than going along with old ones — and the know-how to seamlessly apply their creativity and marketing strategy to other Marketing team projects and initiatives. This role is part of the Marketing team and is based out of our headquarters in Brooklyn, NYC.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Develop, build and execute quip’s strategy to deliver unique and engaging content across social media platforms.
  • Manage consistent and diverse social media calendars for Instagram and Instagram Stories, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other platforms.
  • Collaborate with in-house creative team on end-to-end production of content, including visual assets (photography, video and curation) and copywriting.
  • Support community management team with recommendations to maintain brand voice and helpfulness, including comments on paid or promoted content.
  • Assist in strategy for paid social campaigns.
  • Constantly come up with new, out-of-the-box and beyond-the-brush ideas to make quip the authority in oral health and known as a producer of engaging, relatable content.
  • Report on community sentiment, follower growth, engagement, newsletter subscriber levels, open rate, click through rates, and campaign performance regularly.

Who You Are

  • 3+ years in a fast-paced environment being the sole owner of creating successful, innovative social content.
  • A knack for creating tasteful feeds and identifying a like-minded aesthetic, with an aversion to overplayed trends (like white marble flat lays) and the desire to be different.
  • You know what locals are and love living through the internet. You’re witty, get online culture and posting to Instagram or tweeting make you excited.
  • Experienced at writing short articles and enticing ledes that motivate readership and encourage sharing. 
  • You’re a self-starter who is interested in identifying and creating your own projects, while working well with a team.
  • You like to actively learn and are interested in managing and mentoring others.
  • Experience creating visual assets through CC Premiere, CC Photoshop, photography and videography is a plus.

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