A little bit about Tumblr:

Social media platform where millions of people come together every day to share their ideas and connect over passions. Founded in 2007 by CEO David Karp and acquired by Oath Inc. in 2017, Tumblr helped establish New York City as a global innovation hub for technology. We’re big enough to give you the resources you need and still small enough that you can work on things that matter to our company and community.

Our Oath: 

Protect Earth's Subcultures

As the Marketing Partnerships Manager, you'll work to create and execute dynamic strategy to drive user growth and retention in partnership with entertainment brands, media companies, and other partners. You'll also advise those partners on their content strategy, helping them with large-scale integrations that include original, exclusive content on Tumblr.

Responsibilities: 

  • Identify media personalities, showrunners, writers, producers, news outlets, etc. who want to do cool things with Tumblr.
  • Create RFPs, pitches, treatments, budgets, project schedules and distribution plans
  • Educate partners about our platform and community, and create opportunities for us to work together.
  • Highly detailed, organized and excellent at project management
  • Ability to hit the ground running and thrive in a fast-paced and changing environment
  • Coordinate with teams across Tumblr and Oath—Business Development, Legal, Marketing—to design new programs, negotiate contracts, and facilitate cross-brand deals.
  • Proven industry experience

Minimum Qualifications:

  • You have 8-12 years of experience (maybe more) in entertainment, business development, sponsorships, or marketing for media companies.
  • You have a strong rolodex in TV and Film
  • You understand the motivations and objectives of potential media partners so you can recommend programs that make sense for the industry—and help execute them.
  • You know the digital media landscape. You understand Tumblr's competitive advantages, and you keep up with emerging platforms.
  • You are poised and professional—and doubly so when presenting to clients.
  • You're motivated to negotiate and close new business opportunities, and able to juggle multiple stakeholders simultaneously.

About Oath:

Oath, a subsidiary of Verizon, is a values-led company committed to building brands people love. We reach over one billion people around the world with a dynamic house of 50+ media and technology brands. A global leader in digital and mobile, Oath is shaping the future of media.

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