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Senior Social Strategist

Who We Are

We’re Madwell, a full-service creative agency headquartered in sunny Bushwick with sister offices in Denver and Hong Kong. Get to know us at


Who You Are

From its main streets to its rabbit holes, you know social media inside and out, and you appreciate the sheer scale of its marketing potential. You’re a level-headed leader who knows that social can unlock business results, define communications plans and bring value far beyond any individual ‘post.’


What You’ll Do

As a Sr Social Strategist at Madwell, you’re the digital team lead for a large and fast-paced account. You’ll author social strategy, lead campaign development, and work alongside our comms and brand planners to architect world-class strategy that’s social by design. Equal parts charismatic and objective-oriented, and you understand the larger media mix and how to lead in an IAT setting.


Specifically, You’ll Be:

  • Owning and authoring social strategy and campaign playbooks, with rationale, data, and sources to support your perspective
  • Developing campaigns briefs to inform creative where owned social, paid social, and digital brand connection touchpoints will achieve stated KPIs
  • Proactively coming to the table with ideas and inspiration. You’re a thought leader and a direct point of contact to our clients
  • Working in partnership with our internal media teams as well as our IAT partners to provide holistic marketing recommendations
  • Monitoring in market creative, continuously optimizing in accordance with platform standards, and in-market performance and creative rotations
  • Forging partnerships with Facebook, Twitter, Tik Tok, etc
  • Creating and leading compelling presentations to senior clients
  • Mentoring junior staff members

Our Must-Haves

  • Advanced marketing knowledge of all major platform capabilities on all major social, video and streaming platforms
  • Ability to work with social listening tools (Pulsar, Brandwatch), crunch numbers and apply data insights to ongoing workstreams
  • The ability to navigate both the creative and analytical sides of social media. You can tell stories with data (versus simply just reporting on the numbers) and know how to identify clear implications and recommendations
  • Professional maturity and a hunger to make inroads with clients and external partners 
  • Excellent presentation skills 

What We Offer

  • Competitive medical, dental, and vision benefits, including a subscription to One Medical
  • Generous vacation policy
  • Retirement plan with matching
  • Performance-based bonuses
  • 12 weeks paid parental leave as a proud member of Pledge Parental Leave
  • Commuter benefits
  • Team and company outings and events
  • Monday morning brunch, free snacks, and coffee & beer on tap
  • Pet-friendly offices

Where You’ve Been

  • 6 years of experience in social media at a creative agency or in-house
  • 2 years in paid social or communications strategy is a plus
  • Proven ability to own social strategy from end to end for major brands





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