Mutiny is Trailer Park Group’s integrated creative agency focused solely on the video gaming space, anchored by deep audience insights, integrated creative thinking, proprietary data, and strategy—all backed by Trailer Park Group’s premium content production resources on a global scale.

We seek an Account Coordinator with integrated and/or social marketing experience for our growing team. Please note that we will prioritize candidates based in commutable distance to Hollywood, California.

This role includes assisting our team on large, complex projects and providing administrative, organizational, and project management support across workstreams. You will oversee notetaking and distribution of important information on projects, track project progress for real-time updates, and help drive creative deliverables for the team.

NOTE - prior marketing agency experience is important in this role.  A love for all things video games is super helpful.

WHAT YOU WILL DO:

  • Client Management
    • Engage with clients daily to facilitate the successful delivery of agency work. Develop a strong relationship with clients based on trust, organization, and clear communication.
  • Account Support
    • Provide support to the Accounts team across multiple simultaneous workstreams.
    • Act as a critical thinker in helping the Accounts team ensure client requests are addressed.
  • Cross-functional Collaboration
    • Support communications between Accounts and cross-functional team(s), fostering positive internal relationships and ensuring everyone understands deliverables and clients’ needs.
  • Agency Deliveries and Publishing Support
    • Oversee the overall publishing calendar alongside your Accounts team and client
    • Execute asset uploads to Opal
    • Lead final asset deliveries to client

WHAT YOU WILL NEED: 

  • +2 years of experience at an integrated marketing agency or related organization - internships count!
  • Demonstrated track record of positive client and team relationships.
  • Highly organized with excellent attention to detail.
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize.
  • Skilled in quickly responding to changes and emerging needs and driving action.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Enthusiastic, energetic, and imaginative; approachable, outgoing and diplomatic

WORKING AT TRAILER PARK GROUP and MUTINY

Great work is only possible with great people. We want to find people who believe in our mission, vision, and values and feel inspired to grow while they’re here. Our approach to flexibility is called “Work Your Way.” You have the flexibility to work remotely or in the office—work where you can do your best work.

OUR PEOPLE AND CULTURE

We strive to create an inclusive culture that empowers our people to be who they are, contribute their unique perspectives, and make a difference individually and collectively. It enables us to leverage different ideas and bring creativity and innovation to everything we do. We want Trailer Park Group to be one of the most rewarding places you will ever work. 

WHAT WE OFFER:

Robust benefits program, Unlimited PTO, 401k with company match, Work Remotely, and many other perks. We offer a best-in-class editor training program and opportunities to build new skills, develop as managers and leaders, and connect and grow through mentorship. From on-the-job learning experiences to formal development programs, our staff have various opportunities to grow throughout their career.

At Trailer Park Group (Trailer Park, Art Machine, Mirada Studios, Mutiny, MXW, White Turtle Studios, and Dark Burn Creative), we want to improve the state of our world. We are responsible for driving equality and inclusion in our communities and workplaces. We are committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We view everyone as an individual and understand that inclusion is more than just diversity – it’s about belonging. We celebrate that everyone is unique, which makes us so good at what we do. We pride ourselves on being a company that embraces difference and represents our global clients.

We can't wait to learn more about you.  Apply today!

#LI - Hybrid

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS:

Please note that a potential offer for employment will be determined based on a number of factors, that may include experience, unique skills and/or other qualifications, location, performance factors (current employees), and a variety of business and budgetary considerations.  

In addition to base salary, we also offer a comprehensive benefits package to support the physical and emotional wellness of our employees. This includes unaccrued time off, sick time, paid company holidays, medical/dental/vision insurance, life insurance, disability insurance, maternity/paternity benefits, 401(k) for regular full-time employees, and other perks. Certain roles may also be eligible for bonus compensation.

Trailer Park Group employees have access to TPG Academy, a unique industry offering that includes a full suite of learning experiences and career development programs designed to support employee growth at all levels across the organization. At TPG, we are dedicated to supporting employees at every milestone to ensure our people thrive in their careers at TPG every step of the way

If your requirements fall outside of this pay range, we’d still love to talk. Trailer Park Group is a growing organization with opportunities at all levels, and we are always in the market for great talent to come join us in achieving our mission.

We can’t wait to meet you!


Hourly pay range for this position is below. If your requirements fall outside of the below pay range, we still encourage you to apply.
$25$27 USD

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