TWEETIEPIE Media in Greenock have a vacancy for a full-time Social Media and Website Assistant.
Do you love the world of digital media, what’s trending on the latest platforms, and have a creative side that’s just bursting to get out? If so, you could be the next member of the dynamic and successful team at Tweetiepie Media, an established business — started in 2011 — and continue to go from strength to strength.
Tweetiepie Media cover everything from the implementation of content planning, scheduling, and creation throughout The Big Five (LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok).
This can come through various different avenues and programmes such as creating images and documents with image editing software, and also leaning into project management programmes.
It can take the form of creative discussion with the team, where your input could prove to be invaluable. The role requires someone who can work to deadlines, the ability to pivot at the last minute, as well as being flexible.
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The skills needed to flourish in the position:
Attention to detail
Excellent time management
Good spelling and grammar
Great communicator – verbally and written
Project management and planning skills
Forward thinking and the ability to keep abreast of industry changes and trends
Creating quality copy and visuals
Agree objectives and targets and strive towards them
Able to make the most of these changes and platforms relating to the goals and objectives set
Analysing results and making changes/decision based on this data
Researching clients and industries
Creating reports – Google analytics and social media
Setting up clients on our systems
Utilising project management software
Updating WordPress websites (this is not essential, but desirable)
Preparing e-newsletters on behalf of clients
Ability to understand and interpret the tone of each client and customer
Problem-solving — able to work on your own initiative to figure out issues before asking for help
Good communication — not afraid to ask for help under any circumstances, e.g. even if the team looks or seems to be busy
Accountability and responsibility — able to plan and manage your own workload in order to meet deadlines, while also holding yourself accountable for your behaviour and any mistakes made