About You:

You're solution oriented social media and creative strategist, with a passion for insight driven media, brand and content strategy. You are obsessed with understanding the nuances of social platforms, geek out over social listening and like keeping up with and consuming social media trends, marketing tactics, and emerging technologies. You are a quick learner, a great communicator, and a team player. You love crafting reports that tell a story through quantitative and qualitative data. You’re not afraid to throw out an idea or challenge an existing one. You get fired up when a post over-indexes on social, and are even more excited to understand why. You have experience or a strong desire to work with high-profile public figures and believe in the power of "personal branding" to achieve business objectives.


The Task at Hand

Provide and execute day to day community management and growth hacking tactics to grow and scale the personal brands of a variety of public figures online with impactful content. Responsible for keeping social media profiles updated and optimized for a variety of high-profile clients. You will post all content, monitor channels and pay close attention to community engagement and cultural insights in order to effectively communicate how the team can optimize and maximize every piece of content. You will keep all content calendars organized, create regular insight reports and work closely to craft and implement effective paid, earned and owned growth strategies.  



  • 3+ years of experience managing social creative for a personal brand or company
  • Demonstrates strong knowledge of all major social media platforms
  • Can create a strategic social media roadmap based on business objectives and goals outlining the content, platform and distribution strategy
  • Can identify and capitalize on social media content and marketing trends
  • Confident in building excel tables and can interpret and analyze social media and paid media analytics
  • Growth hacker mentality, always looking for insights and opportunities to leverage
  • Deep understanding of cultural landscape  
  • Strong analytical skills for analyzing social platforms, especially Facebook, Instagram, and 
  • Top-notch written and oral communication skills
  • Understands how to make content work for different audiences and different platforms
  • Understands the importance of copywriting for social media posts and advertising
  • Extremely trustworthy, organized and discreet 

Bonus Skills

  • Previous experience executing paid media campaigns on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin Youtube, Twitter, Snapchat
  • Has a history of growing social media profiles and accounts
  • Knowledge of adobe creative suite


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