Description: The Digital Content Strategist (DCS) for Harvard Magazine has three primary responsibilities:
Leading Harvard Magazine's digital outreach for its contents and business operations;
Writing social media posts and headlines for web and email, creating additional social content;
Growing HM's audience and brand awareness.
The DCS will serve as HM's primary content promoter for social media and e-mail, working with both editorial and business colleagues to create content that establishes a real
2-3 years social-media experience.
Demonstrated success with growing a following, preferably in a news organization.
Directly related web and social-media experience required—preferably in a news organization. Fluency with social-media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc.). and prior experience with e-mail production using a platform like Mailchimp required.
Proven comfort with learning and mastering new applications and technologies.
A passion for great storytelling, digital innovation, and new technologies.
The ability to plan comprehensively, work both independently and collaboratively, and manage projects to satisfy competing deadlines.
Attention to detail.
The ability to thrive in an entrepreneurial environment where you don't wait for direction but instead pitch new ideas and strategies
The presence and confidence to interact directly with editorial leadership.
Experience with Google AdWords, Facebook Ads, Twitter Ads, and other digital marketing platforms a plus.
Prior experience with SEO and using content management systems such as Drupal is preferred.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Internal Number: 49154BR
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