The Mary Sue Is Looking for a Part-Time Social Media Manager!
Do you love intersectional feminism? Geek culture? Pop culture? Social Media? If you answered yes to all those questions, then congratulations! You might just be the person we’re looking for to take The Mary Sue’s social media presence to the next level.
We’re looking for someone with a flair for social media to work part-time out of our office in Midtown New York City and expand our reach across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest—you name it.
Here are a few of the things the ideal candidate will be able to do as our Social Media Manager:
-Schedule articles for sharing on social media.
-Get our stories in front of groups and individuals who would be interested in them.
-Create custom social media content related to daily news topics.
-Interact with our readers, potential readers, and public figures on behalf of the site on various social media platforms.
-Work with our editorial team to create and launch new initiatives to expand our social media presence.
-Keep editorial staff aware of relevant trending social media topics.
Necessary experience and other requirements:
-Experience using social media accounts in a professional setting.
-Local to NYC and able to work out of our office in Midtown.
-Strong social media presence. (Activity/familiarity in online fandoms is a plus!)
-Knowledge of social media platform best practices (especially Facebook and Twitter)
-Available around the hours of 12PM – 4PM, Monday through Friday.
-Strong knowledge of geek culture, pop culture, and feminism.
What we’d like in your application, sent to email@example.com, with the subject line “Social Media Manager 2017”:
-Cover letter, explaining why you’d be perfect for the position, as your email body.
-Resume/CV as an attachment OR LinkedIn profile link.
-Links to any of your relevant, public social media accounts, blogs, etc.
If we think you’re right for the role, we’ll be in touch!
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