Social Media Strategist
Posted 25 July by OpenDor Media

Job Description

Do you not only love scrolling through your Instagram feed but have experience building a channel of followers? Jerusalem U is looking for a creative, talented social media strategist to work with us full-time.

This position requires working in our office in the Old City of Jerusalem and reports to our Chief Marketing Officer.

What You’ll Do:

Join a motivated team that is responsible for bringing the various Jerusalem U brands to life digitally

Develop a strategic content framework and social media calendar for multiple brands

Create, curate and manage published content across all content platforms with a focus on Instagram, but includes Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter.

Experiment with different forms of visual storytelling; execute detailed plans for how major enterprise stories will appear.

Track and analyze data to help inform social platform strategy

Who You Are:

Proven experience in growing audiences and generating engagement with organic content strategies on the Instagram platform

Minimum of 4 years of relevant experience in editorial, marketing & social media space, preferably with entertainment or media brands.

Strong writing skills and ability to write creative, engaging copy

Strong visual eye

Experienced user of popular social publishing, reporting, and listening tools

Knowledge of Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, video editing programs, iOS/Android apps, and cameras

Must be agile and flexible, and a constant student to stay ahead of new trends and platform changes as they happen

Ability to work in a fast-paced, collaborative team environment

Incredible attention to detail and intolerance for errors

Native English speaker who is able to legally work in Israel

Who We Are:

Jerusalem U is a groundbreaking non-profit media organization for young Jews that creates purpose-driven content for an audience of smart, passionate and curious teens and young adults. Using innovative storytelling that sparks ideas, conversations and discussions, we’re re-framing the way the eternal Jewish story is being transmitted to the next generation.