Social Media Manager

Job Title: Social Media Manager
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: £45000 - £48000 per annum
Reference: 123958_1567180334
Contact Name: Matt Hearnden
Contact Email:
Job Published: August 30, 2019 16:52

Job Description

Social Media Manager
£45,000 to £48,000

Major Players are really excited to be working with a brand that's going to make Britain a better, smarter, and more efficient place to live. You'll be working in a company that's mission is to literally change the future of Britain, and that's what you'll get to do every day alongside other friendly, passionate, and award-winning people. The organisation itself is all about being conscious of the environmental impact our society has, and so the organisation itself is focussed on its own sustainability - thereby leading the way and setting an example for us all.

A pivotal member of an award-winning team, our Social Media Manager acts as the editor-in-chief for our social channels, leading our strategy to engage and inform the British public on the social media sites they visit daily.

Your remit will span the entire organisation, acting as the social expert on all briefs and social content - working seamlessly with PR, advertising and brand teams. As our in-house thought-leader, you will re-think how we use social media, defining our channel strategy and overseeing our network of agency heavyweights. Seeing social campaigns from inception to fruition, you will be pivotal in delivering our company-wide objectives.

You will not only oversee the creative development of social content, but, with your team, you will also have oversight of community management. As comfortable with numbers as with copy, you'll put measurement at the heart of everything we do, to ensure we deliver best-in-class results for our investment.

Interviews will very likely be happening this week and next, so if you want to be part of that then get in touch with me, Matt, on 0207 845 7708. Or you can email me on I'm also on LinkedIn if you want to connect there: