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Social Media Manager/Producer

Godfrey Dadich Partners (GDP) combines the best of journalism, strategy, and design into The New Editorial. And we’re looking for a Social Media Manager to join our growing team.

Godfrey Dadich Partners is looking for an experienced, social media storyteller. This person knows how to build an engaging social media presence on multiple platforms, is highly industrious, creative, and process-oriented.

This person will not only help build social campaigns and strategies for our clients, but also work directly on GDP’s own social presence—one of the primary ways that we showcase our work, share our point of view, promote our many services, and give a taste of our unique and creative workplace culture. Crafting engaging and beautiful social content for our constantly expanding online audience is a vital part of any modern communications strategy, and core to our mission of helping reach and engage audiences with The New Editorial. The person who oversees our social media will work closely with our editorial team to ensure great narratives across multiple platforms.

In the spirit of diversity and inclusion, GDP seeks candidates from all walks and all realms—and will explore conversations with a wide variety of leaders, with different backgrounds, masteries, and talents. The role is best suited to be located in the San Francisco Bay Area, though travel will sometimes be necessary when it is safe to do so.

Responsibilities include:

  • Oversee GDP social processes
  • Conceive, develop, and execute social campaigns, franchises, and strategies
  • Build robust processes for social storytelling within a broader editorial framework
  • Manage the planning, conception, and scheduling 
  • Resource, assign, and produce creative and copy
  • Manage reviews and approval process with internal and external stakeholders
  • Work closely with PR, editorial, and account team leads to stay on top of new work and firm news
  • Execute all posting and manage communications and comment hygiene
  • Track and distill analytics, providing insight and recommendations
  • Stay up to date with market trends and algorithm changes

Qualifications & Skills:

  • 2-3 years of Community/Social Media Management
  • 1-2 years of Creative Project Management or Production Experience
  • Strong understanding of social media channels, content development, and social analysis
  • Exceptional writing and editing skills
  • Excellent communication skills, with the ability to build trust and partnerships across levels
  • Forward-thinking, well-organized and has an obsession for detail
  • Experience working together with internal creative teams and cross-functional departments
  • Proficiency with Google Suite (Slides, Sheets, Docs) and Keynote.
  • Effective leadership and project management skills
  • Proven ability to work in a fast-paced, multi-tasking environment and flexibility to shift projects as priorities change

Godfrey Dadich is an organization dedicated to ideas, process, and vision. But we know that true success comes from people. We’re always looking for new collaborators who believe optimism is a strategy for making a better future, and we recognize that great stories come from people with all manner of backgrounds and experiences. We’re committed to building a more diverse and inclusive team; we value different points of view and welcome unconventional paths. If your experience doesn’t entirely conform to the qualifications listed above, please apply with a cover letter to let us know how you believe you can bring your unique skills to the GDP team.

 

 

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