Social Channel Manager


Do you stay on top of the trends in the marketing/digital space? Are you familiar with a variety of social channels and able to produce relevant and compelling social content that gets attention? Do you want to work with a fun but professional team to organize and drive outstanding results efficiently and on-time?


AMA Toronto is a not for profit community that helps marketers develop their careers. We are very active on Facebook, LInkedIn, Twitter and Instagram. Social is the primary way we communicate about our events and promote ourselves as thought leaders in Canada on all things marketing related. How we portray ourselves through these channels is critical to our branding. As a Social Channels Manager you will have opportunities to learn and grow as you work with a variety of our volunteers, showcase your skills, build your network and give back to the marketing community.


Your responsibilities would include:
  • Managing 1-2 different social channels: LinkedIn and Instagram
  • Supporting the events team in the lead-up and follow-up from our monthly events
  • OR helping promote AMA Toronto through thought leadership, supporting membership or other adhoc events
  • Event support: Under the direction of the Event Manager creating social posts to promote upcoming events. Creating a few posts after the event to thank and summarize. This may include creating text based on the event brief and manipulating creative (images, photos) for the posts.
  • Thought leadership: Curating relevant articles and creating posts to promote the themes of upcoming events, AMA Toronto’s content calendar and/or “in the news” marketing topics to enhance our profile as thought leaders in the marketing community.

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