People on the Move in the Social Media Industry: June 10th, 2008

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I’m starting this post series (see archives) to recognize and congratulate folks who get promoted, move, or accept new exciting positions. Please help me congratulate the following folks:

  • Mike Street has joined Zezza Network as the Director of Social Media Marketing. Working on adding social media interactions across all accounts and mainly working on Jim Beam’s, “The Stuff Inside” campaign.
  • Jason Falls has recently assisted with the hiring of a new social media expert, interesting story.
  • Tom Raftery to join RedMonk to focus on Green issues as an analyst, congrats!
  • Dave Fleet has accepted a position with Thornley Fallis Communications (social media and PR) as a Senior Consultant, working out of their Toronto office.

  • How to Connect with others:

    Submit an announcement
    If you know folks that are moving up in the social media industry, leave a comment below, or if you’re feeling shy (it’s cool to self-nominate) send me an email.

    Seeking Social Media Professionals?
    If you’re seeking to connect with community advocates and community managers there are few resources

  • See Web Strategy Jobs powered by Job o Matic (There are three new jobs posted this month of May)
  • Connect with others in the community manager group in Facebook
  • Check out Jake McKee’s community portal for jobs
  • See Chris Heuer’s Social Media Jobs
  • SimplyHired aggregates job listings, as does Indeed
  • ForumOne Jobs for Social Media and Community
  • Teresa has a few jobs, some around community
  • New Media hire has an extensive job database
  • Social Media Headhunter
  • Hiring? Leave a comment
    If you’re seeking candidates in the social media industry, many of them are within arms reach, feel free to leave a link to a job description (but not the whole job description, or I’ll delete it.

    I’m seeking folks that are related to full time hands on social media strategy and community managers, to be on this list, so let me know if you see these folks, and please submit them. Also, I probably will not include executive management changes on this list at social media companies, as the list would go on and on, but you can feel free to express yourself in the comments!