The National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. has officially opened. The new museum has received an overflow of positive feedback as it has been highly anticipated by people such as Oprah Winfrey who donated over $10 million to the museum. Now that things are up and running, the staff of the exhibit is ready to get their social media going and they are willing to pay someone at least $92,000 to do so.
The social media manager position for the National Museum of African American History and Culture is a full-time permanent position with the government. Some of the responsibilities include developing social media strategies, curating content for social media, and monitoring social media trends, in addition to other roles.
As far as experience, the position seems to be open to all that an applicant has done, so do not fret. In addition to full-time opportunities, the job will also consider part-time jobs, unpaid jobs, and volunteer experience as qualification requirements as long as the previous roles were related to the social media manager position.
Government jobs are extremely thorough and strict so be sure to read all of the details and requirements before applying or recommending to a friend. Happy job hunting!
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