Built in ten percent free time?
So it's one third for "developing community strategy", for whatever it is that, but probably ends up being a thick stack of powerpoint slides saying essentially nothing that anyone can understand and asking in the end to hire some kind of assistant, let's not oneself have to type things himself instead of golfing with other executives.
Then there is sixty percent listening and reporting, which means using your smartphone to read what other people post. Which is essentially irrelevant given that the official Goldman Sachs posture is not to care about what image they project on the rest of the world. And then putting in your wall the digital version of the same communication that PR has already created (which will be pasted by the assistant hired after the above presentation)
Then there is the remaining ten percent of... what? Yeah, doing nothing. Except perhaps hearing your friends and family how bad a person you've become since you started working for Goldman Sachs.
Does not look like a bad job overall.