Senior Influencer Strategist | LA, NYC

Position: Full Time



Movement Strategy is looking for a Senior Influencer Strategist with at least 5 years of social media and influencer marketing experience to join our Influencer team. This position will report directly to the VP, Influencer Marketing and will work on a variety of lifestyle, consumer goods and eCommerce brands.

Movement Strategy is an independent social media agency. Now at its 13-year, with 125+ employees across offices, we produce groundbreaking content for partners including Netflix, Klarna, Amazon, and Warner Bros. 

A fast-growing team, Movement’s Influencer Marketing department leads all influencer marketing and content creator efforts at the agency.  Our team has a deep and passionate knowledge for social media and are the first to know when a new feature or platform emerges.  They have a pulse on entertainment, fashion, street culture, sports, technology, and consumer products, among others. 



The Senior Influencer Strategist is responsible for leading strategy and executional campaign work for 2-3 clients. Client work ranges from start-up brands to global franchise brands.

Responsibilities include:

  • Leading and participating in internal briefings, creative brainstorms and strategy development.
  • Supporting and presenting strategy plans to clients as well as executing on deliverables.
  • Interacting with mid/senior-level clients as the main point of contact.
  • Leading influencer performance reporting with support from account team members.
  • Managing talent conversations and negotiations for client initiatives and campaigns.
  • Identifying and creating meaningful relationships with influencers, content creators, and talent agencies on behalf of the agency and its clients.
  • Supporting new business pitches and opportunities.
  • Managing junior-level team members on projects.


  • At least 5 years of experience within the influencer marketing and digital/social space. Agency experience is a plus. Consumer goods, lifestyle, tech, fashion, and/or entertainment industry experience is a plus.
  • Proven connections with social media influencers, creators, and talent agents, and experience in navigating contract and deliverable negotiations. 
  • Experience in developing influencer marketing strategies for key social platforms including Instagram, Youtube, Twitter, and TikTok.
  • Knowledge in influencer reporting and analysis.  Experience using influencer reporting tools/technology is 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 a keen sense of responsibility, ownership, and pride in delivering quality results.
  • On top of the latest industry trends, and a constant desire to consume all forms of media in the appropriate fields.



  • You have an overall understanding of today’s fast-paced social media landscape and have a strong personal interest and knowledge of both leading and next-up influential creatives in the social media space. 
  • 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 skilled communicator with an inquisitive and enthusiastic attitude—ready to learn fast, absorb information fast, and implement fast! 
  • 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’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 next viral meme on the Internet. 



  • 100% employer contribution for health, vision, and dental
  • 401k plus match
  • Paid vacation and sick
  • Life insurance
  • Short and Long Term Disability
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Support for continued education
  • Health and Wellness program
  • Commuter benefits (NYC)
  • Movement Journey – Stipend for continued education or personal growth
  • Amazing colleagues! 


Movement Strategy is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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