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Social media manager - WebGet


Job Description

As a social media manager, you’ll manage an organisation’s online presence by developing a strategy, producing good content, analysing usage data, facilitating customer service and managing projects and campaigns.

Social media management can be a distinct role in larger organisations and is sometimes known as social media coordination. In small and medium-sized companies, the role may be combined with other marketing and communications responsibilities. In agencies, the term social media account manager is often used.

Requirements

– Strong English communication especially in the writing section
– You have your own Computer to work
– Internet Connection

Responsibilities

As a social media manager, you’ll need to:

  • Develop creative and engaging social media strategies
  • Manage the day-to-day handling of all social media channels such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Tiktok and YouTube, adapting content to suit different channels
  • Oversee, plan and deliver content across different platforms using scheduling tools such as Sprinklr, Hootsuite, Asana and Olapic
  • Create engaging multimedia content (and/or outsource this effectively) across multiple platforms
  • Develop, launch and manage new competitions and campaigns that promote your organisation and brand
  • Form key relationships with influencers across the social media platforms
  • Undertake audience research
  • Manage and facilitate social media communities by responding to social media posts and developing discussions
  • Monitor, track, analyse and report on performance on social media platforms using tools such as Google Analytics and Facebook insights
  • Research and evaluate the latest trends and techniques in order to find new and better ways of measuring social media activity
  • Analyse competitor activity
  • Recommend improvements to increase performance
  • Set targets to increase brand awareness and increase customer engagement
  • Manage, motivate and coach junior staff such as social media executives or assistants
  • Manage a budget for social media activities
  • Educate other staff on the use of social media and promote its use within your company (in-house roles)
  • Encourage collaboration across teams and departments
  • Regularly liaise with clients via telephone, email, conference calls or face-to-face (agency roles).

Skills

You’ll need to have:

  • A solid understanding of the use of a range of social media platforms, particularly in relation to advertising/branding and customers
  • Strong copywriting and editing skills suitable for each platform, from knowing how to write a successful tweet to use effective storytelling techniques
  • Knowledge and understanding of algorithms and search engine optimisation
  • Creative skills for contributing new and innovative ideas
  • Strong communication and people skills for articulating ideas to colleagues and clients
  • Leadership qualities to lead and motivate a team
  • Excellent team working, collaboration and networking skills
  • Organisational skills, with the capacity to prioritise and work across multiple projects
  • Project and campaign management skills
  • The ability to work well under pressure in order to meet deadlines
  • Skills in data analysis and interpreting statistics
  • Online community management and customer service skills to strike the balance between publicity and stimulating direct discussion with potential and actual customers
  • An eye for detail and the ability to work accurately
  • Motivation and commitment.

Working hours

You’ll usually work normal office hours, 9 am to 5.30 pm, Monday to Friday. However, you may work longer hours, including evening and weekend work, if working to a campaign deadline.

Full-time work is common, although part-time work and contract work is available, particularly if freelance. If you work on a freelance basis, you may work longer hours depending on the needs of your clients and the amount of work you’re prepared to take on.

What to expect

  • You’re likely to find the role challenging but rewarding, as social media and the wider digital marketing industry is a continuously changing and fast-paced sector.
  • You’ll usually be office based but may sometimes travel to meet clients or attend relevant networking events and conferences.
  • Opportunities exist across the UK but tend to be located in major cities, particularly jobs with larger agencies.
  • Flexible working patterns and some home-working may be possible. Self-employment or freelance work is possible with experience.

Salary

  • As an assistant or junior social media manager, your starting salary is likely to be between 500 and 700 from 1 – 3 months as training.
  • More experienced social media managers typically earn 1500 LYD or more
  • With substantial experience, your salary can increase to 2500 LYD or more.

Salaries vary depending on a range of factors including your location, the sector you work in, the type of organisation you work for (e.g. agency or in-house), your experience, and the success of your social media campaign activities.

Benefits

  • Working remotely ( from home ) in UK companies
  • 22 days Paid holidays
  • you will receive your money in Cash or through famous platforms Like PayPal or Visa

How To Apply

send your cv or your details information to Sabri@webget.co.uk to book your online interview

One Last thing you don’t have to be perfect to apply, just you have a desire to learn and doing everything as supposed to do, it’s enough for me.

لتقدم للوظيفة Sabri@webget.co.uk

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