Influencer Senior Manager

  • Remote
  • Full Time
  • Senior Manager/Supervisor

Influencer Senior Manager 

As an Influencer Senior Manager, your primary function is success in the eyes of your client, which includes managing client communication, expectations and feedback while overseeing teams assigned to each account you are supporting.

  • There is an expectation that Influencer Senior Managers:
    • Have strong leadership and team management skills
    • Have substantial influencer/social/digital media experience 
    • Can train and teach influencer marketing and other relevant skills
    • Start honing presentation skills 
    • Supervise direct reports, monitor and approve time, and conduct reviews
    • Work along-side client leads to contribute ideas towards a long-term strategy for a variety of our clients
    • Are capable multi-taskers and can juggle multiple projects at once
    • Demonstrate strong client service skills, are responsive and professional in client communication
    • Establish and maintain warm relationships with both content creators and management teams
    • Proactively originate out-of-the-box ideas that strengthen client’s marketplace positioning 
    • Play a vital role in new business, current client strategy & team allocation planning
  • Your job functions include:
    • You have at least 5-7+ years of relevant experience (agency experience or fast-paced startup background preferred)
    • You’re able to develop and execute influencer marketing strategies and campaigns
    • You’re comfortable advising clients in relation to their influencer strategy
    • You’re an expert at managing influencers, monitoring publications (timeline, quality of content, etc.), and optimizing campaign budget
    • You’re in tune to emerging social media trends, technologies, and influencers
    • You’re ready to lead overall client communication, including client meetings
    • You can identify new client needs and shepherding clients through the project intake process and understanding their goals
    • You can confidently navigate discovery and strategy development in coordination with Directors, especially influencer strategy
    • You’re ready to oversee influencer campaign production and creative in partnership with Managers and Associates
    • You’re proficient at communicating program updates, challenges and changes to the clients
    • You can monitor overall client health across multiple projects
    • You’re able to delegate and assign tasks/projects based on workback and timelines
    • You’re an expert at anticipating your client and team needs before they arise
    • You are comfortable presenting strategy and providing strategic counsel to client teams 
    • You are ready to contribute to new business efforts related to influencers marketing
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