We are Creators, creative industry rogues, Instagram story lovers, community managers, and #foryoupage admirers. We are not just on the internet; we are creating the stuff the internet wants to see. Whether that’s a viral TikTok video or the latest Twitter meme, we’re passionate storytellers for our brands and the people we do it with. We move so fast and make so much good shit. So, we need more folks just like us, who can come up with compelling content ideas and then create them! We’re looking for the unconventional, less-obvious, unseasoned (or over seasoned) creative pros, but above all - passionate makers and culture shakers. 

Want in? The ideal team member will have an obsession with TikTok and be eager to propose ideas and creative solutions in order to be a trendsetter of the #fyp or be the ‘main character’ of existing trends. The ideal candidate has a passion for creating social video content with a focus on engagement and growth for a company or personal brand profile on the platform. Those who express creative ideas, attention to details, understand platform trends, great video editing skills, and a positive attitude will have a remarkable opportunity to contribute and grow personally and professionally in the position. 



Responsibilities

    • Create 1-3 TikTok videos per day for a dedicated channel
    • Contribute to the strategy, vision, and voice of the channels
    • Collaborate with various Creators to understand the brand's voice and visual identity
    • Deep understanding of TikTok’s ecosystem: trends, hashtags, music usage, functionalities, guidelines, and platform updates
    • Responsible for coming up with video concepts, filming all original video assets (mobile device is fine) and all editing whether in or outside the TikTok app
    • Selection of all music and motion graphics

Requirements

    • Creativity and an interest in thinking outside-the-box to ideate content for TikTok
    • Comfortable pitching, reporting your content ideas to brands
    • Demonstrate initiative, thrives on new challenges and adjusts to unexpected changes
    • Proven skills in creating TikTok videos either for branded or personal accounts
    • Familiarity with best practices for TikTok content creation
    • Ability to communicate, monitor insights, and use data to enhance new content
    • Competency in Adobe Creative Suite 

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