Social media and audience data analyst (graduate)

DMARGE is a leading news and media publication in the men’s space. Our mission is to provide interesting and entertaining content that inspires and educates Australian men. Whether it’s food, fashion, health, cars, kicking or money, we deliver stories and videos with impact that connects with men. After a massive year of growth and accolades, we are looking for an ambitious and curious graduate to join our team in Sydney.

If you are looking for a career that combines business, data, media, and technology, then this role might be right for you.

Responsibilities include:

  • Help drive all web traffic activity from Google, Instagram, Linkedin, Facebook, Tiktok and other channels
  • Find new sources of web traffic beyond existing channels
  • Ensure SEO, cutting edge content and social strategies are used to drive audience growth
  • Performance reports with insights and optimization recommendations
  • Organize and schedule content on social networks
  • Be invested and involved in SEO and social media trends
  • Develop and implement quality SEO and social media strategies with recommendations and testing
  • Reflect and develop content ideas with the editorial team
  • Collaborate on content and editorial strategies and lead analysis of content planning
  • Manage and track monthly editorial content and social media calendars
  • Undertake competitor and industry analysis to develop strategies

What are we looking for?

  • A proven passion for everything digital
  • Ability to think for yourself and solve problems that may arise
  • Good with numbers and data (you’re a gun with a spreadsheet)
  • Ability to find information in data
  • Willingness to consistently exceed expectations
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Ability to think creatively and logically to develop content
  • Analytical mind with a knack for understanding data and how to apply it to problem solving

Qualifications we need

  • University degree (marketing / journalism / IT / business preferred)
  • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail
  • Understanding of internal workings of websites, analytics & SEO, social media
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Excel applications
  • Be extremely responsible and resourceful
  • Possess presentation skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication


  • Work in a growing, fun and rapidly changing digital environment
  • Be part of a diverse, passionate and collaborative team
  • Fun work culture
  • Advanced training and huge growth opportunities
  • Brand new offices
  • Flexible working arrangements

Small print

  • Full time position
  • $ 50,000 to $ 60,000 annual salary
  • Nice office in Redfern

Start your digital, data and content career with a leading media and publishing company.

Sean N. Ayres