HelloSociety (recently acquired by The New York Times) is seeking a Marketing Manager to support the Integrated Marketing team. We are looking for a candidate who is well-versed in social media and passionate about all aspects of marketing including but not limited to social media, digital media, experiential, video, and media strategy. He/she should have management experience and be able to set team priorities under quick deadlines. The Marketing Manager should also have experience with pricing and packaging for social & digital media programs, with experiential packaging experience preferred.
The role requires effective management of communication among internal HelloSociety teams as well as with select advertising divisions within The New York Times. Candidates should have a positive, make-it-happen attitude plus the skills required to work in collaboration with multiple internal departments including digital sales, talent management, and client services teams.
The Marketing Manager will report into the Marketing Director. Previous digital publisher and/or social Influencer agency experience required.
HelloSociety is a leading Influencer-centered social marketing agency recently acquired by The New York Times with a focus on premium Influencer content creation, social video production, and effective social distribution strategy to support brand messages and initiatives. We are based in sunny Santa Monica with a view of the beach in an open-office “work hard, play hard” environment. Benefits include medical, dental coverage, and a 401k program.
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