Job Title: Social Media Lead - Cloud Marketing Organization
Location: Redmond, WA
The Global Demand Center (GDC) within the Cloud Marketing Group is leading the marketing and digital marketing transformation of Microsoft’s largest and fastest growing commercial cloud businesses. The GDC’s Blog & Social Experiences Team is looking for a social media lead to drive forward and deliver impact in a subset of our social channels within our Cloud ecosystem.
The Blog & Social Experiences Team is focused on providing value to our customers through deep connections and meaningful engagements across our blog and social ecosystem. The ecosystem stretches across Microsoft’s Commercial Cloud products including Azure, Microsoft 365, Teams, Security, Biz Apps, Dynamics 365, Power Platform, Viva, and Windows 365.
The team is looking for seasoned candidates with social marketing, social content/creative development, and channel management experience. Specifically, we will be looking for candidates who have experience managing channel growth and health (preferably for B2B global brands), have managed organic social campaigns to drive engagement and brand love, and those who have developed actionable insights from data to influence business decisions, content, and drive deeper impact. The ideal candidate is passionate about social media with a strong pulse on the landscape, trends, a strong digital marketer with solid business acumen, the ability to anticipate response within social and has the ability to think statically and manage across business partners and groups to bring the best experiences to life in the social channels.
- Set channel strategy and goals, thinking audience first
- Develop memorable content/post experiences in partnership w/ agency resources
- Manage editorial schedule prioritizing needs of the community and needs across the business
- Coordinate across multiple groups to keep a pulse on upcoming moments, news, and product updates that will be relevant and should be shared with the community
- Produce and provide monthly overviews on channel health, pulling in data from centralized dashboard and generating insights to be shared w/ leadership and partners
- Integrate social into centralized marketing motions/campaigns and ongoing marketing activities across the GDC
- Strategic thinking
- Strong collaboration
- Excellent communicator
- Strong project management
- Trusted partner and builder of strong partner relationships
- Team player, builder, and positive culture cultivator
- Ability to hit short term and long range deadlines
- Ability to coordinate across multiple stakeholders and against different business asks, in a fast paced environment
- Strong storytelling and presentation skills
- Ability to review data and translate into insights
- Strong attention to detail
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, Economics, Public Relations, or related field AND 3+ year(s) integrated marketing (e.g., digital, relationship, social media, campaign), event management, marketing strategy, business planning, marketing operations, or related work experience
- OR equivalent experience.
- Additional Or Preferred Qualifications
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, Economics, Public Relations, or related field AND 3+ years integrated marketing (e.g., digital, relationship, social media, campaign), event management, marketing strategy, business planning, marketing operations, or related work experience
- OR equivalent experience.
- Integrated Marketing IC4 - The typical base pay range for this role across the U.S. is USD $101,200 - $194,800 per year. There is a different range applicable to specific work locations, within the San Francisco Bay area and New York City metropolitan area, and the base pay range for this role in those locations is USD $130,000 - $213,200 per year.
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