Sony Music Group’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) and Philanthropy & Social Impact teams are seeking a Digital Community Manager to join Sony Music Group. This manager will work with both teams to:

What you'll do:

  • Engage with the EVP, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, EVP of Social Impact and Philanthropy, and several Sony Music Group stakeholders to define overall goals, scope, and milestones for various projects
  • Steer components of several projects: initiation, planning, execution, and closure
  • Develop, nurture, and grow relationships with internal partners and labels to advance Social Impact & DE&I priorities
  • Manage Social Impact and DE&I social media campaigns, tools, platforms, and web content
  • Gather, research, and interpret data to inform strategic decisions
  • Create, edit, and publish engaging visual media (videos, graphic, audio, etc.) for multiple channel outputs, including digital (e.g. YouTube, Amazon, Spotify, Apple Music, etc.) and social media (e.g. Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, etc.) for Sony Music’s DE&I and Social Impact Teams
  • Design and implement social media strategy to align with business goals and values; align content schedule with several SMG social media calendars to ensure execution of coordinated, consistent, and timely campaigns and digital initiatives
  • Manage social media campaigns, tools, platforms, and web content related to Social Impact & DEI, in partnership with internal SMG teams such as corporate communications
  • Update websites and other digital properties, as needed
  • Set, monitor, scale, and track goal metrics and ROI for external digital messaging
  • Collaborate with several global SMG teams and business units to highlight key DE&I, Philanthropy, and Social Impact initiatives and storytelling narratives
  • Inform Sony Music Group on best practices and current trends related to social media technology, tools, and applications
  • Interact with Sony Music Group labels to incorporate label-specific information, data, and branding; streamline label information to tell comprehensive SMG narrative

This is a tremendous opportunity to embrace and steer strategic initiatives that expand Sony Music Group’s social impact and philanthropy efforts, and to shape the future of diversity and inclusion within music.

Who you are:

  • 3-5 years of progressive experience in a digital communications role, working with senior leaders
  • Strong skills in Adobe Cloud Suite and video/photo editing applications
  • Ability to apply creative thinking to developing engaging concepts and producing web and social media content
  • Able to draw conclusions from data and propose effective solutions
  • You have a strategic mindset and lean on data to inform and track business goals
  • An excellent communicator and enthusiastic collaborator who works well with team members, external partners, and senior management
  • You have sound cross-functional collaboration skills, can build relationships internally and instill a sense of solidarity across teams
  • You are willing and excited to support the team as needed
  • A thoughtful, organized and results-oriented professional
  • You embrace, support, and inspire innovation through a creative and collaborative approach
  • You have confidence bringing your unique insights, ideas, and perspectives to the table, and welcome the same from your colleagues

What we give you:

  • You join an inclusive, collaborative and global community where you have the opportunity to fuel the creative journey
  • A modern office environment designed to foster productivity, creativity, and teamwork
  • An attractive and comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life & disability coverage, and 401K + employer matching
  • Voluntary benefits like company-paid identity theft protection and resources for pets, mental health and meditation resources, industry-leading fertility coverage, fully paid leave for childbirth or bonding, fully paid leave for caregivers, programs for loved ones with developmental disabilities and neurodiversity, subsidized back-up child and elder care, and reimbursement for adoption, surrogacy, tuition and student loans
  • We invest in your professional growth & development

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