Cool Job: Social Media Campaign Manager at Manchester United
Thanks to Nicola for the heads up on this one. It is an almighty cool social media job, especially for a Man United such as myself (and have been for almost 25 years). They look to have come on leaps and bounds since I met with them around a year ago on what they are doing in the field.
As a fan I have not enjoyed a lot of the content, despite the Facebook page growing at a massive rate. This has been more due to the popularity of the club than any great strategy. But that looks like it will be changing. This year they have hired a ‘Head of Content’ in the form of Andrew Diggle, as well as a Senior Digital Media Analyst and Digital Project Manager but this is the first social media specific role at the club. Something many of you will be surprised about no doubt.
The closing date for this post is this Friday (30th November) so get your application in quickly!
|Job Title||Social Media Campaign Manager|
|Social Media Campaign ManagerA vacancy has arisen for the permanent position of Social Media Campaign Manager.
The successful candidate will oversee the creation and execution of the club’s social media campaigns across multiple platforms, both global and geo-specific in nature. You will work across the Media, CRM and Marketing teams to deliver first-class campaigns for the club and commercial partners and keep a close focus on campaign metrics to ensure all commercial objectives are met. Demonstrable experience in managing, delivering and tracking targeted social media campaigns for global brands, across a range of social media platforms, is essential.
Closing date: Friday 30 November 2012
“Manchester United Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer and recognises
Post Title: Social Media Campaign Manager
Rate of Pay: Salary offered will be commensurate with relevant experience and the level of responsibility undertaken in the post. Benefits include (subject to certain eligibility criteria) membership of the Group Pension Scheme, up to 25 days paid annual leave and an Occupational Sickness Scheme.
Accountable to: Head of Content
Purpose: The primarily role will to be oversee the creation and execution of the club’s social media campaigns across multiple platforms, both global and geo-specific in nature.
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