Are you a strategic thinker who thrives in a fast-paced environment looking to bring your social media skills and and experience to support a best of children’s hospital? As a member of the Creative Team under the Marketing Communications department of Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation, you’ll have the opportunity to tell the hospital’s most powerful stories, you’ll use data to inform your decision-making process and you’ll work with clients across the organization to support campaigns and events to achieve goals and objectives across all social channels. The social media specialist will be a self-starter who can refine social media strategy and take ownership of and manage the social media calendar; coordinate outreach and gathering of copy and materials needed for social media posts; write copy for social posts or request copywriting and/or design support as needed; schedule and publish posts across all social media channels; analyze results and provide recap reports of events and campaigns; communicate with stakeholders to understand goals and develop social media strategies/plans to support campaigns, events, initiatives, etc.; leverage data to pull together monthly social media reporting and make recommendations based on findings; respond to comments and inquiries as they come in across social media channels; research other brands and stay current on social media trends to provide recommendations based on best practices and trends.
Working in close collaboration with leadership, the Specialist I assists in the development and implementation of many aspects of multiple programs that align with hospital’s mission and support the Foundation’s goals. Working independently, the Specialist I may be in charge of overseeing program/project execution that could include staffing, volunteers, budget and fundraising goals from start to finish. This position may also be responsible for special events that publicize the organization and its programs to the community. Position may have direct and/or indirect oversight of lower-level staff members and/or volunteers.
Bachelor's degree in related field or equivalent experience. (Required)
Bachelor's degree in related field. (Preferred)
3 years of related experience in related specialty. (Required)
Project and/or program management experience. (Preferred)
People management experience. (Preferred)
Strong written and verbal communication skills provided in a professional manner with a positive disposition. (Required)
Excellent organizational abilities with acute attention to detail and multi-tasking. (Required)
Knowledge and experience working with a variety of computer software. (Required)
Self-motivated with a desire to exceed objectives. (Required)
Ability to maintain a flexible schedule to accommodate occasional night and weekend activities. (Required)