Influencer Coordinator NYC, LA

Position: Contract



Movement Strategy is an independent social media agency. Now at its 13-year, with 100+ employees across offices, we produce groundbreaking content for partners including Netflix, Klarna, Amazon Prime Video, Warner Bros., and Under Armour. 

Movement Strategy is looking for a Contract Influencer Coordinator with at least 1 year of professional social media and/or marketing experience to join our Communications team in the New York office. A fast-growing team, Movement’s Communications Department primarily works in influencer marketing. We specialize in developing creative and smart influencer strategies for our clients, tailored to support any given part of a consumer journey. We have a deep and passionate knowledge within fashion, entertainment, pop and counterculture, and consumer goods; and we have a knack for identifying quality influencers.



The Influencer Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Communications team day-to-day on internal and client projects, consisting of various types of influencer-led social media executions within the lifestyle, entertainment, and consumer goods space. Internal work may be in the form of supporting administrative department or agency level work.

Responsibilities include:

  • Supporting the Communications Department from an administrative and operational perspective, including:
    • Industry research
    • Establishing and maintaining department-level processes
    • Managing team building initiatives
    • Building the internship program
    • Leading operations from a department level
  • Supporting all core accounts within the Communications department, including:
    • Researching, creating and maintaining influencer target lists for clients on a daily basis. 
    • Participating in internal briefings, creative brainstorms and strategy development
    • Asset management for clients
    • Operational lead for monthly reports and campaign wrap-up reports
    • Organic gifting opportunities for influencers and celebrities
    • Assisting the team in executing client and influencer events
    • Opportunity to support executional elements on influencer projects including initial outreach, concept ideation, and content management


  • At least 1 year of professional working experience within the social media or digital marketing space. Agency, influencer marketing, traditional PR, and/or project management experience are a plus. Experience working within the consumer lifestyle, fashion, and/or entertainment industry are preferred. Personal or professional experience and/or knowledge within newer social and digital platforms (ie: TikTok, Twitch) are also a plus.
  • Succinct communication skills—written and verbal. 
  • Polished and professional demeanor; projects enthusiasm, confidence and collaboration towards clients and day-to-day work. 
  • Ability to work both in a self-directed and proactive nature, as well as collaboratively in a team-oriented, energetic, atmosphere.
  • Excellent organizational skill sets with an ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines at the same time. 
  • Demonstrates keen sense of responsibility, ownership and pride in delivering quality results.
  • On top of the latest industry and culture trends, and a constant desire to consume all forms of media in the appropriate fields. 


  • You’re a strategic and forward thinker with a foundation in social media, marketing, communications, or traditional PR.
  • You’re up to speed on current pop culture and industry trends whether it’s the latest function rolling out on TikTok and Instagram or the week’s biggest meme on Twitter. 
  • You exercise both your left and right brains, in that you are both creative and strategic. 
  • You are driven to change the status quo of today’s cookie-cutter marketing methods. 
  • You’re a self-starter with an inquisitive and enthusiastic attitude—you love to learn the latest industry trends and think through how to implement it for best in class work
  • You’re innately resourceful when it comes to mining for information and you’re accustomed to always thinking ahead in life. 
  • You take pride in connecting culturally relevant and social-media driven creatives with brands—you may even embody this lifestyle outside of work and have proven relationships with your creative peers. 
  • You make others’ jobs easier (no matter who they are or what they do).
  • You create a positive and open environment when around others.
  • Your attention to detail is unmatched.
  • You have a diverse and inclusive perspective.

Movement Strategy is an Equal Opportunity Employer 

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