Assembly Paid Social Specialist in Detroit, Michigan
Assembly ? Ad Age?s 2018 Media Agency of the Year is searching for its next great team member. The paid social media specialist will join our growing performance digital team and assist with building, managing, optimizing and analyzing paid social media campaigns for nationally-known brands across social platforms from Facebook to Snapchat.
Experience with paid social media ads and campaigns is preferred but not required. But the ideal candidate must be highly-motivated, possess strong communication skills, and be highly organized (like Marie Kondo). We?re searching for someone who has a great eye for detail and can manage multiple projects while maintaining a positive attitude.
Assembly offers hands-on training, career growth and the opportunity to work in a cutting edge industry where memes and emoji usage are encouraged.
Do you have what it takes to join our unique team and help produce culture-changing work?
Execute paid social campaigns to help achieve overall marketing goals and objectives
Includes: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Snapchat, YouTube and LinkedIn
Monitor paid social campaigns for accuracy and efficiency (including budgets)
Communicate efficiently and effectively with internal team members and clients
Review and manage data for client reports; identify trends and insights through research
Optimize social media campaigns to ensure client KPI?s are exceeded
Maintain a collaborative and cooperative work environment
Participate in development of trends reports, social platform updates for clients
Excellent communication skills and organizational skills
Understanding of basic marketing and the social media landscape
Experience using Microsoft Excel and Powerpoint in a business environment
Ability to review data, proofread campaigns, and manage projects
Experience with paid social media platforms (Facebook Blueprint, Twitter Flight School) or performance marketing (SEM, SEO) is a bonus but not required
A degree in marketing or related field is preferred, but not required