Bachelor’s degree preferred
Required Skills and Experience:
1-2 years experience in an agency setting (preferably digital marketing or PR)
Excellent customer relations skills with transparent and empathic communication.
You should be able to influence others to get things done while maintaining a high level of emotional intelligence.
Ability to effectively communicate externally, as well as with internal teams.
Impeccable attention to detail.
An ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, with each project having many moving parts. Someone with a high level of organization combined with the ability to think nimbly is needed to be good at this.
The ability to creatively problem solve. You should be a strategist. Each client is different, and will require ingenuity and resourcefulness on many levels. In order to find success you will need to be a self-starter who has the ability to overcome obstacles and find creative solutions to problems without excessive hand-holding.
The right candidate will be an Internet Junkie, someone who lives and breathes the Internet and consumes content online voraciously. You should consider yourself somewhat of an Internet nerd. You should be an avid participant in most (if not all) of the following: Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Youtube, Vine, Instagram, Reddit, Stumbleupon. You should understand the nuances of Internet culture, including Memes and other aspects of Internet history/folklore. You should also be a reader of a good variety of popular blogs and sites. Places like Buzzfeed.com, Huffpost, Mashable, Techcrunch, etc. should be places you visit on a regular basis.
You should consider yourself to be an expert at Google-fu. That is, your searching technique and ability should enable you to find the answer to nearly any question. If you operate under the assumption that the Internet contains the answer to almost any question, and you feel confident with your search ability that you can find nearly any answer, you will probably fit in great here. You should also have significant experience and confidence in your ability to look for and find information in unexpected places. You should be an Internet Sleuth, because in many circumstances that is exactly what you will be doing.
You should have a working knowledge of SEO, and how off-page factors like links and social engagements can impact search visibility and keyword rankings.