Looking for Applicants to Fill Social Media Coordinator Position

September 23, 2020 8:46 PM | Ksenia Annis

WAS-H is looking to fill the position of Social Media Coordinator

Summary: The Social Media Coordinator will be responsible for planning, implementing, and monitoring the Watercolor Art Society – Houston (WAS-H) social media strategy to increase engagement, customer service, and sales. This position will report to the Marketing/PR Director.

Sample Responsibilities:

• Design, schedule, and interact on social media on behalf of WAS-H.

• Execute a results-driven social media strategy.

• Develop engaging content for social media platforms.

• Maintain a unified brand voice.

• Support the WAS-H editorial calendar via social media.

• Interact daily on platforms and respond to social media messages, inquiries, and


• Review analytics and create reports on key metrics.

• Thoughtfully edit written, video, and photo content.


• Appreciation for the arts.

• Passion for social media.

• Proficiency with major social media platforms and management tools, such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and scheduling platforms like Buffer.

• Ability to understand historical, current, and future trends.

• Strong copywriting and copy-editing skills.

• Excellent listening skills.

• Strong oral and verbal communication skills.

• Detail-oriented approach.

• Proficiency with video and photo editing tools, digital media formats is a plus!

Work Hours: This part-time remote position is perfect for a student, sole-proprietor, or volunteer looking to build their portfolio. The role is a one-year internship and includes support and encouragement to build a portfolio with samples, metrics, and letters of recommendation.

WAS-H is an internationally recognized art society, and this role is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to work in the art or social media industries.

Apply Now: send a letter of interest and resume to admin@watercolorhouston.org with the subject “Social Media Coordinator.”


  • October 20, 2020 10:34 PM | Mary Baker
    Is this a paid or volunteer position? If it is paid, I or my college student son could be interested.
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