We envision a world where everyone can create powerful, flexible websites, and apps as easily as they create documents today. Because the only thing better than the internet is an internet we can all create for.
As a Social Media Associate, you’ll …
Act as the “voice” of Webflow on the social media platforms we love: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and TikTok — and expand our presence to other platforms, as appropriate.
Work closely with the Senior Social Media Manager and Director of Content to execute a social strategy that entertains and engages, increases brand awareness, and ultimately improves key metrics like share of voice and our followings.
Design and lead production of your own unique campaigns focused on improving brand affinity.
Consistently and delightfully engage with prospective and current customers, brand advocates, and the broader design community on all social channels.
That said, these responsibilities are just the start! At Webflow, we encourage you to contribute wherever your interests take you — and shape your role accordingly. And this isn’t just a philosophical bent: we actually give you 4 hours a week (10% of the work week) to pursue passion projects outside of your role responsibilities.
You’ll thrive as a Social Media Associate if you:
Have strong written, verbal, and visual communication skills, and communicate proactively
Experience managing a sizeable social media presence across several channels
Extensive knowledge of social media marketing channels, memes, tactics, and tools
Equal facility working independently and collaboratively
Have a growth mindset, a willingness to own problems, comfort with ambiguity, and a healthy balance of humility and confidence
Experience working with SproutSocial, Buffer, or other social media scheduling tool
Bonus: Familiarity with Webflow and/or web design and development
Bonus: Working knowledge and interest in design disciplines like web design, graphic design, typography, etc
If you don’t meet 100% of the above qualifications, you should still seriously consider applying. Studies show that you can still be considered for a role if you meet just 50% of the role’s requirements.