74 Social Media Job Descriptions Saves HR Time -- Helps Companies Find Right Candidate, Set Expectations and Benchmarks

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Problem. HR departments are having to create Social Media Job Descriptions from scratch because few firms have hired these positions before. As a result they spend an average of 4-6 hours researching and developing job descriptions. Solution! New report provides 74 job descriptions for individuals responsible for creating company Internet strategies. HR professionals simply cut and paste from the report to create job descriptions for new positions like Email Marketing Director, VP of Interactive Media, Chief Internet Marketing Officer, Director of Internet Strategies and 70 more! Available at http://internetdough.net/social-media-job-descriptions

HR departments are having to create from scratch new job descriptions for positions like Director of Global E-Business, Digital Strategy Manager, Web Strategies, VP Director of Internet Marketing, Business Development Manager of Interactive Sales, Email Production Coordinator and many others because their firms are scrambling to develop Internet strategies to reach consumers and their customers online.

The only problem is however, that creating new job descriptions for new positions positions like theses takes time that busy HR professionals don't have!

Internet Strategies Group has created a comprehensive report, "Social Media/Internet Staff Job Descriptions" that includes 74 different Social Media and New Media Job descriptions HR professionals can cut and paste into a word documents and forward it department managers to add their comments. The job descriptions include examples of prerequisites, responsibilities and expected outcomes.

Don Philabaum, author of the book "Internet Dough" (http://www.internetdough.net) suggested, "The phenomenal growth in consumer use of social media and online communities is causing a rush by companies to hire staff responsible for developing company Internet strategies. It took the New York Times 157 years to reach one million subscribers. In just 4 years MySpace and Facebook have grown to over 100 million subscribers and Linkedin has grown to 30 million subscribers. Businesses leaders need to bring on board qualified staff to develop, maintain and manage a comprehensive business internet strategy for all departments in the company, including customer service, product development, sales/marketing, public relations, finance and other departments."

According to Philabaum: "A weak job description can result in the wrong hire. From the conversations we've had with HR professionals, many department managers ask them to find a social media candidate but they don't know what they are looking for. Even less have a clear understanding of the responsibilities and expectations. As a result they tell the HR department to develop a job description from scratch. This can take 4-6 hours to research, time HR managers don't have. Our report, 'Social Media/Internet Staff Job Descriptions' will save HR managers time. They can simply cut and paste from any of the 100+ job descriptions compiled in the report and in minutes send it to those who need it."

According to Phyllis Rodgers, VP of Internet Strategies Group, "Our report, 'Social Media/Internet Staff Job Descriptions' will help organizations craft better job descriptions for these new positions so they can find the right people and manage them more effectively."

Organizations interested in acquiring a copy of the report "Social Media/Internet Staff Job Descriptions" should visit http://internetdough.net/social-media-job-descriptions

Internet Strategies Group (http://www.internetstrategiesgroup.com) helps organizations create comprehensive Internet strategies to engage customers online. The firm meets with each department within the company to audit what Internet strategies they are using, then offers suggestions and best practices adopted by similar companies and then helps integrate each departments Internet strategy. Companies end up with powerful, competitive strategies that are measurable, repeatable and predictable. Contact Don Philabaum, for details 800-805-9413


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