Social Media Manager, TBC

TBC’s social media experts are unabashedly obsessed with the platforms, content and communities that make social media a prevalent part of pop culture and brand growth. They are personally invested in social media trends and outwardly share this passion with colleagues and clients alike. Our social media managers thrive in our fast-paced industry—seamlessly shifting between a proactive and reactive mindset to ensure our Clients are in the right conversations at the right time.

We’re looking for ambitious candidates who have 3-5 years of social media experience and are ready to collaborate with a tight knit creative team to plan, produce and distribute scroll-stopping content.


  • Assist in developing organic content strategies for various Client’s social channels
  • Help implement monthly organic content calendars—including scheduling, posting and reporting
  • QA content produced by other team members to maintain brand consistency and quality
  • Serve as a go-to agency resource for social knowledge—striving to be an expert on all things social media including platform updates and innovations
  • Identify opportunities for our Clients to engage audiences—actively participating in brainstorming content ideas based on relevant trends and topics
  • Actively monitor discussions, mentions and trends within relevant Clients’ social communities
  • Sourcing user generated content—gaining and documenting permissions for Clients’ to repurpose
  • Troubleshoot day-to-day social media efforts within assigned Client relationships
  • Study and understand the needs and interests of our Clients’ communities
  • Occasionally support the larger team by writing post copy that adheres to a Client’s voice and tone

Characteristics & Qualifications

  • In-depth knowledge of various social platforms including Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, TikTok and Snapchat
  • Proficient using social media listening and publishing tools such as Sprout Social, HootSuite and Sprinklr
  • Basic understanding of how paid media works across the social landscape and how paid advertising, influencer marketing and organic content can work together to grow a brand’s presence online
  • Clear communicator who can express themselves to clients and other members of the creative team—rockstar copywriting skills are a plus
  • Organized and able to adhere to timelines and independently manage priorities to meet milestones
  • Strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to be flexible in the ever-changing social media landscape
  • Reliable team player who fosters camaraderie
  • Passion for creativity and a desire to do work others admire

It’s not by accident that 60% of our team has been at TBC for over 5 years!
We take pride fostering an Agency culture that allows our employees to be fulfilled both professionally and personally. While the approach is ever evolving to meet the needs of our team, the following four Cultural Pillars are foundational: Social, Philanthropic, Professional Development, and Personal Enrichment. To follow are examples of how these Cultural Pillars come to life:


We have a committee that’s dedicated to making sure TBC isn’t all work and no play. With input from all corners of the agency, they plan activities and events all year long. One of our favorites is the Annual Cornhole Tournament, but the committee is also known for planning awesome:

  • Potluck Cooking Contests
  • Offsite Happy Hours
  • Football (and Fútbol) Viewing Parties
  • Scavenger Hunts
  • Wine Tastings
  • Fitness Fridays


Throughout each year, TBC collectively supports various charities that are important to the Agency and our team members. In the past these have included:

  • House of Ruth
  • Beans & Bread
  • Epilepsy Foundation
  • Midtown Academy
  • NAACP Legal Defense Fund

Professional Development

  • Lunch and Learns
  • Cross-department Training
  • Professional Memberships
  • Subject Matter Conferences
  • Industry expert 1:1 Training

Personal Enrichment

  • 9 paid holidays
  • 401K matching
  • Paid time off and vacation
  • Flex Time Policy
  • Agency closed between Christmas and New Year
  • Summer Fridays

Last, but not least, Kindness Matters
We’ve learned most agency folks fall into one of two categories: the ones who refill the coffee maker and the ones who don’t. We far prefer the former, not just because we love coffee, but because considerate humans make considerate co-workers. Before we’re TBC’s copywriters or media planners, we’re people. Kindness isn’t always easy and patience takes practice, but when we prioritize goodwill, we do great work we can all feel good about together.

Interested applicants may send their creative samples and resumes to