So You Want to be a Field Specialist at The Social Lights?

Posted on: 09/25/12, 4:49pm

We are in the process of hiring a Field Specialist (or two) at the agency:

Description
• Assist with developing college marketing campaigns
• Assist with developing editorial and social media content calendars
• Assist with social media monitoring and management
• Assist with event planning and promotion
• Brainstorm and execute online contests, giveaways, and promotions
• Gain valuable experience working in a young, dynamic, high-energy environment!

Qualifications

Our ideal candidate for this position is a junior or senior in college studying Marketing, Advertising, Mass Media, Communications, PR, or Journalism. The candidate is also a highly creative, outgoing, and self-motivated individual.

The Field Specialist will play an integral role in developing collegiate marketing campaigns—utilizing creative communications strategies to plan and execute events and promotions.

Application
If you think you’d be a good fit for The Social Lights Field Specialist position, do some research on our company via our website (www.thesocial-lights.com), social media sites, and by reviewing our case studies. If you like our style and client list, send a creative cover letter and resume to info@thesocial-lights.com.

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