|Date Posted||August 26, 2020|
|Industry||Newspapers / Wires|
|Required Education||Bachelor's Degree|
The Washington Times is seeking an enthusiastic, creative and resourceful individual to join our social media team. As part of our fast-paced newsroom, the Social Media Coordinator will play a leading role in coordinating and promoting The Washington Times brand, content and personalities across multiple platforms and social media networks in order to increase audience engagement, readership and brand recognition. The successful candidate will be a vital member of the Social Media Team promoting Washington Times content and assisting in the management of social media accounts, i.e., Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, etc.
The Social Media Coordinator understands the news business and has experience packaging content across multiple platforms. This position will identify other areas of growth, including outreach to outside organizations to promote content, and may be assigned specific areas of focus (e.g. Opinion Content).
This position requires 2-3 years of relevant work experience with a minimum 1-2 years demonstrated success in developing, implementing and managing the social media presence of a news organization across multiple social media platforms. The ability to manage multiple and sometimes conflicting priorities. Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills and a proven ability to meet competing deadlines are necessary.
The Washington Times offers a competitive base salary and commission, as well as, medical, dental, vision, company-paid life insurance, and a generous paid time off program, matching 401(k) plan, and free on-site parking! If you have a huge drive to succeed, outstanding work ethic, integrity, a proven professional with excellent communication skills who is ready to take the lead, apply TODAY!
The Washington Times is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Washington Times is committed to providing equal employment opportunities All qualified applicants and employees will be considered for employment and advancement without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, physical or mental disability, age, genetic information, sexual