London, UK
Digital media executive
at Caro Communications

Caro Communications is seeking a digital media executive to join its busy digital media team in London. 

Location: Clerkenwell, EC1
Salary: Dependent on experience

About Caro Communications

Caro Communications is an award-winning, multidisciplinary, communications consultancy specialising in architecture, design and culture. Our clients include: property developers, architects, luxury brands, retailers, designers, manufacturers, exhibitions, cultural organisations and tech.  Like our clients, our London-based team comes from a range of backgrounds. We are: writers, curators, spatial planners, communications specialists, architects, economists, art historians and journalists. This is reflected in the way we work – we promote joined-up thinking and a cross disciplinary approach with all our clients.

About the role

Key objective: Your day-to-day activities will be split between looking after clients’ digital projects and campaigns as well as managing the company’s digital channels. You will also play a supporting role in the marketing and PR teams.

The breakdown of the role is as follows:

  • produce digital and social media strategies
  • develop and implement creative digital campaigns
  • create, write and distribute content on various channels and platforms, maintain a suitable level of activity/engagement across all active campaigns
  • produce engaging visual content including videos, occasionally liaise/ brief filmmakers and graphic designers to produce the required assets
  • curate and maintain Caro Communication’s digital feeds
  • use analytical insights to monitor web and social activity, ensure KPIs are met and produce campaign reports
  • support the marketing and PR teams with email newsletter and bulletin creation and distribution

Desired skills and experience

You will have:

  • minimum of two years of experience in a digital and social media management capacity within the arts, design or architecture sectors
  • excellent writing and verbal communication skills
  • well versed in Facebook/Facebook Advertising, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Youtube – aware of the latest digital tools and trends
  • experience using Photoshop to produce/edit visual assets for social media use
  • analytical skills and experienced with Google Analytics
  • the ability to foster strong client relationships across a range of cultural backgrounds is key, as is being an effective member of a busy and highly motivated team
  • a highly proactive and organised approach to work

Salary and benefits

  • competitive salary – based on experience
  • 20 days holiday plus bank holidays and office Christmas closure
  • Pension scheme
  • a creative working environment with an enviable client list

How to apply

Please send your CV with covering letter and salary expectations to:

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