The Social Media Partnership Manager serves as a core member of the Social Media team and an integral part of the Marketing team. She/he works closely with key stakeholders, externally as well as across the Movement. Collaborating with internal partners including Fund Development, Alumn, Program, and Marketing, she/he spearheads content creation, campaign ideation, and execution to engage and educate our audiences on funded / strategic partnerships and initiatives.
The Social Media Partnership Manager serves as a liaison between the social media team and Fund Development/Partnership teams, providing posting schedules and detailed analytics reports that help increase effectiveness of all funded and partner campaigns. This role will be on the front line of communicating to with stakeholders and will be required to make, in the moment communication decisions, when speaking about related sensitive issues on social media, on calls or in meeting with external stakeholders and will be accountable for communicating relevant information to councils. She/he also plays a role in the content production of the Girl Scout Blog and other National social channels. She/he will meet with potential contributors to create content and blog series that fulfill organizational objectives while maintaining a consistent and unified brand voice in all pieces.
Applicants with experience determining when to take an issue “offline” and how to do so are preferred.
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