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social media executive jobs in warwickshire

The Role
The main remit of a Social Media Executive is to drive customer interaction, engagement and sales through social media channels. This could be through organic content such as competitions, promotions and engaging content or paid for advertising.
In this role, depending on the nature of the business, you would need organic and paid experience across the main social channels, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. This role would usually sit within the digital marketing / communications team and either report into the marketing or digital marketing manager.
A social Media Executive role would suit someone how is already working within a communication, digital content role has experience of the different social media channels and an awareness of how they can be optimised and used as part of a marketing strategy.
As a Social Media Executive, the role would usually encompass the following responsibilities:
  • Implementing social media activity in line with brand guideline and content calendar
  • Supporting social media activities, providing interesting and engaging copy for posts across main social channels
  • Reporting and analysis of activity through channel dashboards and Google analytics
  • Keep up to date with latest trends and development within the social media industry as a whole and per channel
About Warwickshire
Warwickshire is divided into five districts of North Warwickshire, Nuneaton and Bedworth, Rugby, Warwick and Stratford-on-Avon and has an estimated population of 571,010.
Famous for William Shakespeare the playwright who was born, resided and died in Stratford-upon-Avon the connection bring tourist from across the world to see productions and the RSC and visit his grave in the local church.
Warwick Castle also attracts it fair share of tourists and sightseers. Kenilworth Castle also offers atmospheric ruins and Coventry boasts two stunning cathedrals and the excellent Transport Museum.
Warwickshire can also claim to be for the last 500 years the traditional centre of England with Meriden, near Coventry has marked the exact location.