Freelancer Hub is Hiring - Social Media Manager
Are you a well-organized, detail-oriented self-starter with at least three years of experience in social media management and communications? Do you have strong ties to New York's creative community and a passion for supporting freelancers?
We’re looking for a Social Media Manager for the Freelancers Hub, a new freelancer-focused community center that provides networking, training and education, and free coworking to New York City freelancers.
How to apply
This is a full-time position offering competitive pay and a generous benefits package, including health and a 401(k) plan. The position is funded by a grant from the City of New York. To apply, please email your resume, cover letter, two writing samples, and relevant social media links to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to know more? Check out the full position description below:
Freelancers Union is an innovative nonprofit representing over 375,000 independent workers across the United States. We support our members with advocacy and education, including the landmark Freelance Isn’t Free law, the first-of-its-kind Freelancers Hub, community-based local SPARK meetups, and the #1 blog for freelancers in the country.
We’re looking for a Social Media Manager who can drive online and in-person engagement to catalyze community growth at Freelancers Hub, a new training center to provide entrepreneurial skills to creative freelancers in New York City.
Your responsibilities would include managing Freelancers Hub’s communications calendar, posting engaging social media content, developing campaigns to promote Hub events and grow Hub channels, copywriting, and reporting on growth and engagement metrics. You will also be assisting the Program Director with events production.
You should be well-organized, extremely detail-oriented, and have a strong understanding of the NYC creative community and a knack for producing highly engaging content.
Scope of Responsibilities
Manage a rigorous calendar of communications in order to drive event attendance and build social channels from the ground up
Draft all communications and marketing for the program: web and email copy, social media, and blog posts, and produce flyers, brochures, and other print materials
Generate and implement social campaigns and other content strategies to build engagement in the program to meet strategic growth targets
Support the Program Director in supervising community/coworking space, building positive relationships with the freelancer community, identifying community leaders, and leveraging member insights to identify new content areas and strategies to improve member resources
Analyze program and outreach metrics, reporting weekly to provide insights and measure results against strategic goals
3+ years experience in communications, social media, and community building
Experience and prior knowledge of data analytics and social media metrics for growth and benchmark setting
Passionate about working with creatives and building connections with our community
Well-organized and detail-oriented, with strong copyediting and project management skills
Creative thinker and writer, with a punchy and engaging tone and an affinity for the NYC creative community
Warm and engaging interpersonal skills; able to effectively lead meetings and represent Freelancers Union’s brand
Bilingualism strongly desired
Freelancers Union is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual based on any non-merit factor, and is committed to an equitable workplace where everyone is treated as a respected and valued member of the team. In fact, Freelancers Union actively seeks to build and maintain a diverse staff with regard to race, culture, ethnicity, class, religion, physical ability, age, gender, and sexual orientation. Freelancers Union is committed to fostering the leadership and elevating the voices of women, young people, people of color, Native people, immigrant and refugees, low-income people, LGBQ+, and transgender, gender non-conforming, and non-binary people, people with disabilities, young parents, people who were formerly imprisoned, and people living in the many intersections of these experiences. We encourage people from these communities to apply.