Journal: Petrolicious Is Hiring: Social Media Manager

Petrolicious Is Hiring: Social Media Manager

Petrolicious Productions By Petrolicious Productions
October 12, 2017

If you’re as adept with analytics as you are reciting the lesser-known variants of the Ferrari 250, we want to hear from you. Petrolicious is seeking a full-or part-time Social Media Manager to join the team to help our content reach its audience across multiple platforms, primarily on Facebook and Instagram.

The ideal candidate will bring with him or her 1-3 years of social media experience—this isn’t just tacking on a paragraph’s worth of hashtags to a photo. The job will entail working closely with our editorial, film, and marketing team to maximize the impact of the content created therein. This requires not only a person well-versed in the world of classic cars, but somebody who can write clean, concise, and compelling copy for our presence on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Of course, having a strong grasp on the tools used to track and analyze these posts is a necessity. Please find the details, responsibilities, and our requisite qualifications below.


Job Type Part-time, possibly full-time
Location Culver City/Los Angeles preferred
Schedule Flexible, must be able to respond promptly



To apply:

Interested candidates should send an email to, with a resume and cover letter attached.

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Maybe I know about social marketing quite a lot, but resumes are very different. You need to pay attantion to each word, each sentences that you use. And as for me, it is very difficult. I can’t be so careful about words; I didn’t use to. That is why I believe all those about high quality of that service. And I am very certain that it is the best decision. Follow the link if you have the same question about resumes.

Darel Matthews
Darel Matthews

God, I can’t wait until I can afford to just drop everything for a job like this. Go home, mortgage. You’re drunk.