At Team Whistle, we’re on a mission to build a global sports and entertainment company at the dynamic intersection of media, technology and commerce that elevates and inspires our audience and community of partners. Every day. Every way.

Team Whistle is looking for a Talent Coordinator on our Content team, reporting to the VP, Talent & Media Partnerships. This is an opportunity to join a growing team, manage influencer campaigns for clients in the sports/entertainment space, and grow your strategic thinking skills. The Content team works cross-functionally with internal departments to develop, implement, and optimize strong influencer strategies for clients. 

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with team to develop influencer marketing strategies for clients. Develop creative concepts, talent ideas, and campaign KPIs. 
  • Research talent across social media to develop shortlists for client campaigns. Have the ability to share the reasoning behind specific talent selections.
  • Manage outreach to talent and agents to gauge interest and pricing on campaigns. Manage outreach tracker so all teams can stay up-to-date. 
  • Track against client campaign budget to ensure project success within financial parameters. 
  • Assist in negotiations with talent and agents to confirm deliverables, pricing, timing, etc. 
  • Manage creative production with talent, which includes making sure talent is adhering to production schedule, delivering assets on time, implementing feedback and revisions as needed. 
  • Keep track of live talent content and pull performance data.  
  • Lead reporting and development of wrap reports at the conclusion of campaigns to identify its success.
  • Keep up with trends, emerging talent, viral moments, etc. so we can provide clients with the most informative strategies and talent options. 
  • The candidate is at the cutting edge of the cultural zeitgeist; understanding internet, social and meme culture and how to credibly and sensitively work within it whilst maintaining brand safety.

Skills/Requirements:

  • 1+ years of working in influencer marketing or relatable talent agency experience. 
  • Experience managing influencer campaigns, specifically in the sports and entertainment space. 
  • Fluent in the influencer marketing space, understanding how to vet and research talent. 
  • Ability to understand the value of an influencer by looking at key metrics such as engagement rate, impressions, CPV, CPM, and CPE. 
  • Strong understanding of all social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, etc.). You understand best practices and what type of content performs well. 
  • Ability to turn social performance into meaningful insights and recommendations. 
  • Highly organized with ability to seamlessly juggle multiple high-priority projects at once.
  • Team player with strong work ethic, keen to work in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment.
  • Must have excellent verbal and written communication and collaboration skills.
  • Ability to perform tactical tasks effectively and with minimal supervision.
  • You demonstrate enthusiasm, passion and strong interests in sports, entertainment, advertising, and learning more about Gen Z / Millennials.
  • Proficient in Google drive (docs, slides, etc.). 
  • Willingness to work additional hours as needed.

At Team Whistle, we’re proud to offer a wide range of benefits. These include:

  • 80% of employer paid medical, dental and vision insurance premiums for employees and family members;
  • Unlimited paid time off;
  • Fully paid primary and secondary caregiver leave (10 and three weeks, respectively);
  • 12 months of free online therapy through Talkspace;
  • Annual membership fee covered for One Medical, a membership-based primary care practice offering both digital health and in-office care.

Team Whistle is currently operating mostly remotely. Candidates not based near one of our main offices (Charlotte, LA and New York) will be considered. 



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