HeadOffice connects people and brands. We do this by creating strong connections with unique storytelling in content marketing, brand activations and brand identity. As a result we strengthen long-term interactions and build personal relationships between your brand and your audience.
That’s why we’re looking for a social savvy M/F to reinforce our social media team. As a social media & performance manager, brands like A.S.Adventure, Miele and Harley-Davidson will benefit from your skills.
Identify perfectly with target audiences of various brands, including leading retailers.
Manage accounts with various social media platforms, with excellent judgement, instincts and a sharp feel for the social media landscape.
Track, report, and communicate the success of campaigns and conversions from social media. Share learnings, develop benchmarks, and establish our clients focus on best practices across all social media channels.
Develop paid social media lead generation and retargeting campaigns.
Collaborate on content to drive traffic, present a seamless user experience across all channels, and manage the budget to maximize ROI.
Speak and write perfectly in Dutch, fluently in English and properly in French.
Explore new ways to engage and new social networks to reach audiences.
Proactively seek out media opportunities and industry news to develop up-to-date social and mediabuying strategies.
Assist with community management of our social media channels.
Constantly thinking about social media marketing or content marketing, and have been for a while now. (+/- 5 years)
A digital know-it-all, and you give Facebook a big thumbs up. You’re addicted to #Instagram, and you can’t resist Pinterest. Your friends claim your hand is beginning to look like a smartphone claw.
An independent thinker who lets his or her mind flow over content, followers and hashtags.
Experienced in social media advertising (Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Linkedin,…).
Passionate about all things social media but also have an established understanding of the wider digital communications landscape.
A challenging and creative opportunity in a growing and dynamic workplace.
A diversified job with a sweet cup of independence.
Chances to learn through training, webinars and so on.
An interesting salary package (yes, you get paid) supplemented with fringe benefits.
A permanent contract.
Strong coffee and weak puns. Or is it the other way around?