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Social Media Coordinator

About the company:
PMD Personal Microderm offers beautifully effective at-home microdermabrasion using a patented spinning disc system that puts the individual in full control of their treatments. PMD helps individuals with all skin types rejuvenate their skin and build brilliant confidence. PMD is a fast paced high growth company that is looking for a Social Media Coordinator to be apart of the team. The success of PMD can be highly attributed to social media. The new PMD team member will help PMD take social media to the next level.
Job Summary and Responsibilities:
The goal is to build relationships with our customers and engage with them. Provide content including giveaways, and collaborations, and surveys, fun facts etc that allows them go get to know PMD as a brand. Fully utilize multiple social platforms to help grow PMD as a successful business. This will include increasing subscribers, engagement and revenue.
Social media platforms
Content and customer service management, Advertisement creation and management, Promotions and giveaways/blog and company collaborations, Pinterest collaboration via FB/Twitter
Email Marketing
Content creation/copy writing
Social collaboration execution and maintenance
YouTube
Fan engagement maintenance
Instagram
Platform maintenance
Job Requirements:
Skills and abilities:
Highly motivated, driven and honest. Proven track record and case studies of social media success. Part time (25hours plus) to fulltime work.
Education and Work Experience:
Preferred undergraduate degree with 2-3 years in social media.
Contact: Kim Nolan
Email: kim.n@trypmd.com
Applicant must submit resume, cover letter and salary requirement to be considered for the posted position.

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