Social Media Manager (Contract)


$2,500/month, Part-time, 3 months



Job description

We are looking for a savvy social media manager to help us build our social media presence. This role will help us establish a cadence of content on various platforms to share our work and culture as a studio. Candidates have to be up-to-date with the latest digital technologies and trends. You should have excellent communication skills and establish a social media presence that depicts the personality and culture of goodjuju.


  • Design and implement social media strategy to align with business goals
  • Conceptualized creative content for social media campaigns
  • Build a social media presence by maintaining a consistent online presence
  • Collaborate with relevant teams to ensure brand consistency in aesthetics, tone, and voice across platforms
  • Build brand awareness by engaging relevant influencers
  • Establish and maintain community engagement by communicating with followers and responding to comments
  • Analyzing data to ensure social media campaigns are achieving their goals
  • Stay on top of the latest social media trends across established platforms


  • Proven work experience in social media management roles
  • Hands-on experience in content management
  • Proficient in using multi-social posting programs such as Hootsuite,  HubSpot or HeroPost
  • Strong understanding of marketing and communications strategies
  • Experience developing social media strategies
  • Excellent copywriting skills
  • A basic understanding of graphic design principles.
  • A foundational understanding of Adobe Creative tools


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We're a studio focused on Black culture and meeting the disparities Black people face. All who understand that are welcome to apply. We're building a culture that prioritizes mental health and growth. We operate with respect, understanding, and collaboration.

The only way we can build a passionate and creative team is to make one that is diverse and open-minded. We strongly encourage those belonging to traditionally marginalized communities to apply.