Goldman Sachs to Hire Social Media Strategist

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According to Slate, Goldman Sachs is hiring a "social media community manager" to help manage their Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other social media accounts to "build brand visibility".

Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is looking for a Community Manager/Social Media Strategist to serve as the administrator for Goldman Sachs social media communities. In addition to the management of these communities, this person would play a strategic role as initial point of contact for our relationships with representatives of the various social platforms. The Community Manager/ Social Media Strategist will be responsible for ensuring active and engaged communities around a defined topic or topics by managing long-lead editorial calendars, monitoring online conversations and participating in those conversations to build brand visibility and thought leadership. The goal is to establish a positive online presence for Goldman Sachs as well as to integrate our messaging into the online community in a compelling and valuable way for participants. In this role, the Community Manager/ Social Media Strategist will be part of our Brand Management Group.

Preferred Qualifications
• Passion for and experience with managing social media presences, personal or professional, and an interest in the latest trends.
• Creativity and strong interpersonal skills.
• Excellent project management and organizational skills.
• Very high attention to detail.
• Analytical skills, comfortable working with, interpreting and presenting data.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint, as well as effective presentation skills.
• In-depth knowledge and understanding of online community platforms and their respective participants (Forums, Blogs, Photo Uploads, Profiling etc.) and how they can be deployed in different scenarios.
• Background in corporate social media strategies, guidelines and implementation; familiarity with financial services industry a plus but not required.
• Confidence to take the lead within a team and work collaboratively with other teams across the organization.
• Ability to effectively communicate information and ideas in written and verbal format.
• Good technical understanding and ability to master unfamiliar tools quickly.
• Ability to work well under pressure.
• Editorial, Marketing, Customer Service experience a plus.

Your main goal would be to make Goldman Sachs not appear like the money grubbing, "toxic culture" having, monsters they are. My guess is they won't be hiring Greg Smith.

So if you're an old white man, really into Facebook, and have the ability to make yourself or others look good in the public eye, this job is for you.