Ladders is seeking a junior social media associate for its new publication about the future of work, which features breaking news and analysis of everything related to careers, management, and the evolution of the workplace.
We reach millions of readers with our coverage of everything from innovations in corporate culture to the Millennial takeover of the office to stopping an Artificial Intelligence from stealing your job.
If it affects how the modern professional lives and works — we’ll be leading the pack.
Responsibilities of the Junior Social Media Associate:
Pitch Ladders stories daily to major publishers and platforms
Build relationships with strategic partners
Expand Ladders’ social media presence to new platforms
Help Ladders own the conversation around “the workplace”
Be ahead of the curve in spotting trends
Qualifications of the Junior Social Media Associate:
Enthusiasm to document one of the most important and fast-changing aspects of American life
1+ years of experience working in the field of digital journalism
Demonstrated ability to drive news coverage
An ear for stories that will travel socially and get people talking
Familiarity with major platforms, including (but not limited to) Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Reddit, and Apple News.
To apply, please submit a brief cover letter, resume, and five links to relevant work.
How We Can Help
Ladders has the tools, expertise, and advice to help make you a stronger candidate for top positions. Our products are specifically designed for focused professional who is ready for the next step and wants to continue moving up in their career.
We Focus on Quality
We make sure all of our jobs posted are on the executive-level you need. Our site makes it easy to apply to quality jobs and track the progress of your applications.
Be Seen By the Best
As a Ladders member, you'll also get instant visibility to recruiters from over 200,000 companies that use Ladders to find the best talent for their most challenging $100K+ positions.
Since 2003, Ladders has been a leader in the professional-level job search. We've become experts in career management - having conducted many studies on the sociology and culture of the executive job space, including the famous Ladders Eye-Tracking Study. Ladders has also published many books and articles on career-related subjects, and has reviewed over 1.5 million resumes.