Social Media Community Manager –

Internship position. (commuter position)

This person will handle the writing of social media content, publishing, and maintaining organization of content for reporting. Managing and monitoring our social communities on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest, Instagram and responding where necessary.


Understand the wide array of services offered to motherhood clients, prospective vendors.
Utilize our product offers, promotions, and product images to create compelling and interactive social content.
Effectively interact with parent and baby companies to boost Impressions profile and buzz in the industry.
Research and follow/like our partner agencies and suppliers
Seek to boost social engagement via the creation of quality content
Monitor competitive and industry pages and translate into actionable recommendations
Utilize Hootsuite as a publishing and link shortening & metrics tool
Stay informed of social media trends and best practices and understand how they should be used when publishing content, images, blog posts, etc.
Interview baby product experts in order to create product related blog posts showcasing Urban Mommy Inc expertise

Skills And Qualifications

A strong interest in parenting and motherhood
Some social media communications experience required
Very strong written communication skills
Deep knowledge on the inner workings of Social media platforms
Experience in blogging, working with WordPress (a plus)
Experience in using a publishing / link shortening tool (a plus)
Computer skills including: proficiency with Microsoft Office, particularly Excel; using the Internet, Google, and the main social media platforms

Email cover letter with interest only

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