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SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR , Sloan School of Management , to join the Office of Communications in creating and promoting editorial and news content for an audience of global business leaders. Responsibilities include daily management of Sloan social media networks, development of a data-driven editorial social media strategy, managing paid social, contributing to a weekly email newsletter, web production for the Ideas Made to Matter website, and creation of content for Sloan social media and Ideas Made to Matter. Specific tasks include writing and scheduling social media posts; creating social media content; developing a social media calendar of timely, creative content; collaborating with other editorial staff to develop content; and contributing to the weekly Thinking Forward email.
REQUIRED : a bachelor's degree; a minimum of four years of experience as the primary social media manager for a business, organization, or brand; experience managing editorial-driven social media and paid social media; comprehensive understanding of social media platforms, trends, tools, practices, and measurement; experience producing an email newsletter; familiarity with content management systems, Adobe Photoshop, and email management software; strong writing, editing, and copyediting skills; careful attention to detail; knowledge of Associated Press style; solid editorial judgment and a commitment to accuracy and engaging, meaningful content; and an understanding of design and photography best practices and tools and analytics and tools for measuring impact and reach of content (e.g., Google Analytics). Job #17179-O
Internal Number: 17179
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