Social Media Manager

Do you love all things social media? Thrive in a busy, integrated work environment? Never step down from a challenge? Crisis management your jam? Pride yourself on being able to pivot and hop from one industry or brand voice to the next? Do you love pushing creative boundaries for bold thinking? Have a high attention to detail and consistently get it right the first time? Send us your resume and your social handles – you know we’re going to creep you anyway.

*Remote candidates considered. Love food and food brands? Bonus points

The Ideal Candidate Will:

  • Communicate with client, industry professionals and influencers to build a strong network
  • Work in a very fast-paced environment with competing priorities and deadlines
  • Edit and publish engaging content
  • Assist in the research and social media audits
  • Have a natural ability to link strategy with execution; you can review a social media strategy and understand how to holistically set it into motion, from content conception, through development, execution, community management and everything in between.
  • Understand brand voice and are comfortable communicating with multiple social media audiences
  • Possess the ability to collect analytical insights per platform and extract meaning, translating them into actionable items and recommending adaptations or optimizations where appropriate
  • Develop monthly and campaign-specific content calendars
  • Report on KPIs and other insights
  • Understand different tones of clients and can communicate with their audience
  • Work in tandem with the existing Social Media Managers to support the Digital Strategist and Director of Social Media
  • Facilitate with members of the Creative team to communicate concepts and collect assets as required


  • Are a team player
  • Are you on social media
  • Have incredibly high attention to detail
  • Have a minimum of 3-5 years experience working in social media
  • Have the confidence to suggest something better
  • Keep on top of the latest social media best practices and technologies
  • Are flexible; able to link understandings and communicate cross-departmentally
  • Aren’t afraid to lean into projects where you feel you could add value outside of social media
  • Have a diploma or degree in Marketing, Communications, Public Relations, Psychology, Journalism, or a similar field