A bit about the role:

Airtime is looking for a VP, Content to drive the success of content and the creator community on a new kind of social platform, powered by live, shared experiences. The right candidate will be a proven partnerships expert with deep ties into the digital creator community, who can envision, source, and execute innovative opportunities to rapidly scale the Airtime content and creator ecosystem. If you are a builder, who sees opportunities where others don’t and are ready to challenge the status quo, please keep reading.

This role, reporting to the Chief Content Officer, will serve as primary interface with the digital creator community (including agencies, management companies, etc.), and articulate a clear vision for Airtime’s role in their social and content strategies. As the VP of Content you will:

  • Manage and mentor teams responsible for delivering day-to-day creator success, formulating content and programming strategy, and delivering on aggressive growth targets
  • Leverage data and insights to prioritize target opportunities to enhance Airtime’s existing growth plans, as well as develop and thoughtfully test new hypotheses around new areas for growth   
  • Deliver quantifiable growth of both the nominal size of Airtime content and creator ecosystem, as well as the objective quality of the content itself tied to key company KPIs
  • Create processes for content partner and creator onboarding that eases any potential friction to seamless platform utilization 
  • Ideate and execute opportunities to deeply engage with the creator community in order to identify and encourage best practices and increased engagement, as well as continuously capture ideas for future product/feature enhancement which drive ecosystem health and growth
  • Collaborate very closely with Airtime’s Product and Marketing organizations, acting as the connective tissue ensuring tight coordination of all corporate content objectives
  • Give direction to research and data teams to develop proactive analyses and data-driven recommendations, run tests and experiments, and produce output and insights for senior management consumption

A bit about you:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business or related field, MBA a plus though not required
  • 10-15 years experience in digital media, with 5 years of management experience
  • Strong industry relationships and deep understanding of, and passion for, the current social media and content landscape, as well as a real POV on where things are headed 
  • Demonstrated history of creative (and successful) dealmaking
  • Self-directed and experience thriving in uncertainty
  • A bias towards using data over gut instinct, and a high level of fluency in the key metrics that underpin platform success in this industry
  • High EQ and diplomacy capabilities
  • A true desire to celebrate team success, even at the expense of personal fanfare (read: big egos not welcome)

A bit about Airtime: 

Our mission is to empower people to create thriving online communities around shared interests, experiences, and passions. A goal like that doesn’t happen without an amazing team. With over 100 wonderful people in three offices across the country, we’re working hard to create the most welcoming online live social space out there, not only in our product but also in our organization.

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