We’re looking for a Social Media Manager to grow CareerFoundry’s audience across multiple touch points (we consider Instagram and LinkedIn our primary channels, we post on Twitter and Facebook from time to time, and we’d love to open TikTok in 2022). You will work closely with a team of event managers, designers, and videographers to share career change stories and advice. You will take over the entire social media management lifecycle, including ideation, planning, production, community management, and reporting. You will be “the voice and face on social media” for CareerFoundry— adapting CareerFoundry’s tone and writing style to the needs, opportunities, and dynamics of each channel.
CareerFoundry is building the most human-centric online education experience for career changers in tech. We are a startup with nationalities from over 30 countries who value learning, growing, and working in an integrative, collaborative, and transparent environment.
This is a full-time position based in Berlin, Germany. We are a remote-first company but will still have regularly occurring in-person meetings when the health situation allows.
The Social Media Manager’s main focus will be to build an engaged audience across social media channels through valuable and relatable content, contributing to CareerFoundry’s organic growth.
More specifically, the Social Media Manager will be responsible for:
All community management efforts from a customer service perspective will be managed by a different team within Marketing, but the Social Media Manager will still have the opportunity to engage with our audience through comments and private messages.
A fully covered Urban Sports Club Membership
The CareerFoundry Culture:
CareerFoundry is committed to an inclusive workforce that fully represents many different cultures, backgrounds and viewpoints. The more diversity we have in our team, the more unique perspectives and bright ideas we share.
All applicants will be considered for employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran or disability status. We actively encourage applicants who self-identify as a member of any of these groups to apply.