We're Hiring A Social Media Producer. Is It You?

Our social media team is growing. We're looking for a Social Media Producer to join our staff.

I'm excited to announce that we're expanding the social media team at Fast Company. No one covers innovation and creativity the way Fast Company does - in large part because we've got an extraordinarily innovative and creative staff working behind the scenes here every day. I'm looking for an energetic and motivated Social Media Producer to help me with the exciting social editorial initiatives we have in the works. 

Thinking of applying? You should, if you have had education or work experience in online journalism; are able to multi-task and work quickly; are keenly committed to accuracy in your reporting on all platforms; have strong writing skills; actively incorporate social media in all aspects of your work as a journalist; and are extremely enthusiastic about technology, innovation, and news.

This is an early-career staff position, with benefits.

Duties may include: 

- assisting with the maintenance of official Fast Company and Co. social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc. 

- researching and writing stories

- helping to engage readers in comments sections on-site

- helping to engage readers on social platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc.

- assisting with coordination of and social interaction during live editorial events online and in real life - live chats, panel discussions, etc.  

- building editorial projects on platforms such as Storify and Pinterest

- assisting the Social Media Editor with other social editorial projects as they arise

To Apply:

Please email a C.V., cover letter, links to your editorial work online, links to your professional social media accounts, and two references to Anjali Mullany, Social Media Editor: gigs@fcmob.com

Please write "Social Media Producer Position" in the subject line of your email. 

Applications that do not include a link to an active and relevant Twitter account will not be considered.

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