Content Publishing Strategist - Fully Remote/Off-site

Starts ASAP
Duration Ongoing
Status Full Time
Rate up to $$27 hr, DOE
Our agency client is looking for a Content Publishing Strategist to assist their team full-time. This will be 40 hours per week, fully remote.

You will be responsible for the go to market strategy that defines the recommended core content priorities, creative format, and best practices across all media and publishing channels for clients.

What you'll be doing as a Content Publishing Strategist:
- Collaborate with media, account, production, strategy and creative teams
- Lead and manage day-to-day content strategy across owned and paid channels for clients
- Create and execute monthly and quarterly content calendars for social channels
- Develop and oversee creative asset grids that guide creation for paid media channels
- Identify potential efficiencies within content production based on established channel strategies
- Lead all content partnerships from a strategy standpoint with major publishers and media networks
- Create content testing strategies to determine creative/copy combinations, formats and/or environments that resonate best with the target audience
- Work closely with Public Relations to identify content opportunities across owned, paid and earned initiatives
- Collaborate with the Director of Content Publishing Strategy to ensure both planning and execution of social channels meet parameters and objectives


What you need to know as a Content Publishing Strategist:
- Bachelor's degree in advertising or equivalent experience
- 3+ years of experience leading digital/social content strategies
- Relevant experience in publishing (paid + organic content) within the following platforms: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, LinkedIn, Pinterest
- Must stay educated on industry trends and market conditions
- Strong attention to detail with impeccable communication skills


MAY 2021

Submit resume (and samples if applicable) to: CC321@jobalert.creativecircle.com


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