Calling all superstars out there in agency world! Here’s an opportunity to work with the biggest and the best as a Social Media Account Manager in our PR Team.
Why choose FCB?
Here’s an opportunity to grow your overall knowledge and skills, working with high profile clients, creating innovative and award winning creative campaigns.
As an Employer of Choice, we’re famous for producing award winning work within a fun, people focussed environment.
Oh, and too many perks to list in a job ad! But here’s a few key ones! Staff bar, free coffee, free daily breakfasts, birthdays off, team away days, tonnes of discounts, rad Freemans Bay office, great career development.. we could go on!
Say hello to FCB New Zealand!
About the gig:
We have an epic opportunity for a kick-ass Social Media Account Manager working across a range of social media activity, development and implementation social-led content and campaigns!
• Work with Social Creative on concepting social post ideas for clients
• Collaborate with peers across the agency from Creative, Media, Production to Account Service, you’ll have mates all cross the agency
• Trafficking social projects from start through to post campaign analysis
• Experiment with new and alternative ways to leverage social media opportunities
• You will also take an active role in mentoring junior members of the team (fun right!)
• 3 – 4 years’ experience in a similar role ideally in an Agency
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Experience trafficking work from clients to delivery
• A good understanding of all key social trends and channels, including; Instagram, YouTube, Flickr, Twitter, Wikis, Vine, Snapchat, Messengers, Pinterest and LinkedIn
• Good networker, able to establish great relationships easily
• Ability to think creatively about social media communications
• Commercial acumen
Keen to apply?
We’d love to hear from you! Please apply via our careers site at firstname.lastname@example.org
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