Social Media AOK is a fun, flexible and fluid social media agency based in Adelaide’s CBD that specialises in all things Social Media. We place a huge amount of importance on the culture in the team and are looking for a switched on person with an eye for detail to come and join us.
As Adelaide’s leading social media agency you will be joining a faced paced environment with competing priorities so the capacity to self manage your work flow is a must. Being able to make the client you are dealing with whilst juggling these priorities feel like they are your one and only concern puts you in the superstar category. The trade off is you will be working upstairs at a pub.
Suitable candidates will tick the following boxes –
To really get our attention you will be a natural conversationalist
You will be responsible for sourcing and creating digital content for clients from a diverse range of industry sectors including; finance, health and hospitality.
You will know your way around Canva or the Adobe Suite and have a great eye for graphics
You will be a great storyteller and copywriter
We want to talk to you If
You have experience managing social media accounts for organisations and engaging on their behalf.
You have held a role that requires you to liaise with and develop strong relationships with clients.
About the role
If you are successful you will be joining a team that prides itself on providing a flexible family first work environment so the role may be Part-time or full-time dependent on the applicants and the businesses needs.
You will be responsible for the creation of Social Media content and advertising campaigns in line with client briefs.
This role reports to Simone Douglas the CEO and Tamara Caire General Manager applications close June 17th 2019
To lodge your application please email [email protected] a Cover letter including your social media links and your resume.
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