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Job Overview: 

We are currently seeking a Content Strategist with community management experience to add to our Irvine, CA team. The selected candidate will support US communications for a growing health supplements brand. The ideal candidate will have experience in digital and social marketing communications and have a strong curiosity for the health and wellness space. You will be responsible for helping to make the brand’s social presence best-in-class in their competitive space in terms of reputation, growth, engagement, innovation and quality.


Content Strategy & Development

  • Creation and management of content calendars
  • Coordination with copywriter and art director for concepting, copywriting, content planning, photography, etc.
  • Rich media asset management
  • Create, manage, and optimize content plans for media moments and ad-hoc content needs
  • Develop hashtag strategies, consumer engagement strategies, and other ad-hoc recommendations as needed
  • Collaborate with influencer team to identify relevant social influencers to partner with
  • Supports and collaborates with account Strategy Director and Account Services Team

Community Management

  • Daily management of social properties: Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest
  • Monitor and moderate incoming and outgoing social activity on owned channels
  • Provide daily customer service and 1:1 engagement with fans and influencers
  • Track platform updates, tools, and new products & services

Paid Media

  • Implement paid social media and post boosting
  • Optimize content towards campaign objectives and KPIs
  • Analyze and provide content learnings post-campaign


  • Own monthly internal and external performance reports and competitive analysis
  • Collaborate with analytics team on social listening reports and social conversation tracking
  • Share out content analysis and learnings

Training & Education

  • Creation of how-to guides for client and team as needed
  • Draft and provide POVs as needed
  • Research and draft case studies as needed
  • Go-to expert on client’s “Tone & Voice”


  • Participate in campaign planning brainstorms
  • Collaborate with creative team throughout content development
  • Provide strategic feedback on creative during planning and development
  • Collaborate with account copywriter for daily content needs


  • At least 1-2 years of community management experience required
  • At least 2-3 years of content management experience required
  • Communications, Marketing, Business majors preferred
  • Strong command and knowledge of major and emerging social media platforms
  • Ability to apply creative vision to complex subject matter
  • Extremely organized and resourceful
  • Ability to meet deadlines, multi-task, prioritize multiple simultaneous deliverables
  • Must be a team player and exhibit a high-level of personal responsibility, commitment, and accountability
  • Proven ability to thrive under pressure, stay level-headed, and meet tight deadlines. Strong and effective decision-making skills
  • Able to plan and carry out responsibilities with minimal direction
  • Strong and effective decision-making skills
  • Strong written and communication skills
    • Copywriting experience a plus
  • Client Communication Skills


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