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Sr. New Product Manager — Simulmedia — Manhattan, NY

Sr. New Product Manager - Simulmedia - Manhattan, NY

Simul­me­dia is seek­ing a Sr. New Prod­uct Man­ag­er in Man­hat­tan. Simul­me­dia is the leader in help­ing adver­tis­ers and agen­cies take a dig­i­tal approach to reach their fine­ly tar­get­ed audi­ences on lin­ear TV at nation­al scale. The Simul­me­dia Audi­ence Net­work reach­es 110 mil­lion house­holds across the US through part­ner­ships with over 75 nation­al cable net­works and the top mul­ti­chan­nel video pro­gram­ming dis­trib­u­tors (MVPDs). Based on a pro­pri­etary analy­sis of sec­ond-by-sec­ond activ­i­ty for over 50M peo­ple, Simul­me­dia deter­mines the best options to extend the reach of cam­paigns to spe­cif­ic tar­get audi­ences, and places adver­tis­ing across those dis­parate TV net­works. They take tremen­dous pride in main­tain­ing a high bar for employ­ees and fos­ter a strong team envi­ron­ment. They have a cul­ture that attracts and nour­ish­es inno­v­a­tive peo­ple, and empow­ers them to take big risks. While they work “start­up hard” the belief in let­ting loose via Hap­py Hours, team activ­i­ties, and an unlim­it­ed vaca­tion pol­i­cy. Apply Here What are you going have to accom­plish as the Sr. New Prod­uct Man­ag­er? Do you have a curios­i­ty, with a com­pul­sion to learn? For begin­ners, iden­ti­fy facts, trends, and insights as they emerge in the tele­vi­sion and media mar­ket­ing busi­ness­es. Col­lab­o­rate with Sales to devel­op busi­ness oppor­tu­ni­ties.…

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Social Media Manager – The New York Yankees

Social Media Manager – The New York Yankees

Yes, you have a chance to be the social media man­ag­er for the New York Yan­kees. If you’re a sport nut and a social media guru, you should be attack­ing this! Can you devel­op a com­pre­hen­sive Social Media plan to encom­pass the entire New York Yan­kees orga­ni­za­tion and brand through Twit­ter, Face­book, Insta­gram, Tum­blr, etc? The Social Media Man­ag­er is respon­si­ble for pro­vid­ing intel­li­gent and cre­ative mar­ket­ing to assist in the pro­gres­sion of the organization’s Social Media strat­e­gy. Wan­na play ball? Apply Here So who are the New York Yan­kees Look­ing for as a Social Media Man­ag­er? Can you be the ONE? Edu­cate and cul­ti­vate across all depart­ments that helps pro­vide con­tent and fan engage­ment. Proac­tive­ly mon­i­tor the club’s social media chan­nels for oppor­tu­ni­ties to engage cur­rent fans as well as poten­tial new fans. You’ll be respon­si­ble for cre­at­ing and man­ag­ing brand voice con­sis­tent with orga­ni­za­tion­al philoso­phies on new and exist­ing Social Media plat­forms. Research, devel­op and imple­ment new social media oppor­tu­ni­ties and strate­gies. Con­sult on mar­ket­ing plans, media plans, spon­sor­ship sales pro­pos­als and non-base­ball events. Mon­i­tor social media net­works; man­age the sched­ul­ing of posts and respond and com­mu­ni­cate with fans direct­ly. Ana­lyze social media medi­ums through mon­i­tor­ing tools and…

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Product Manager – Crowdtap in New York

Product Manager – Crowdtap in New York

Prod­uct Man­ag­er – Crowd­tap in New York Crowd­tap, is a star on the rise and prof­itable start­up; in search of a Prod­uct Man­ag­er for their New York office. At Crowd­tap, every team mem­ber spends every day mov­ing the busi­ness for­ward togeth­er, from engi­neer­ing to busi­ness devel­op­ment. Crowd­tap cul­ture is the main dri­ver behind their recent kudos from Mash­able (#6 Best Tech Com­pa­ny to Work, 2014) and Crain’s NY (#3 Best Place to Work 2013) and team fit is their #1 pri­or­i­ty for new hires. Call­ing them­selves Crowd­tap­pers, each has an entre­pre­neur­ial atti­tude, a love for prob­lem solv­ing, col­lab­o­rat­ing, and lots of hus­tle. Crowd­tap is a fast-grow­ing, prof­itable, VC-backed start­up that has been named one of Amer­i­ca’s 100 Most Promis­ing Com­pa­nies in Forbes in 2013 & 2014. By mak­ing it easy for mar­keters to col­lab­o­rate, their plat­form makes it easy for For­tune 500 brands to inspire con­sumers to cre­ate authen­tic con­tent, dri­ve unmatched social advo­ca­cy, and access real-time insights. Apply Here So who is the ide­al Prod­uct Man­ag­er for Crowd­tap? Love games and Net­work­ing? If that’s a yes and are pas­sion­ate about both, then we should pray you can come to the plate with a bachelor’s degree in busi­ness, mar­ket­ing, com­put­er…

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Why should you work at Skillshare?

Why should you work at Skillshare?

In 2011, a New York based start­up that goes by the name Skill­share launched a mas­sive, open online course approach, through inter­ac­tive, video-based lessons. The con­cept is to give peo­ple a real-world edu­ca­tion online and offline. You can find them think­ing big and work­ing hard out of their Soho, Man­hat­tan head­quar­ters. Their small team has bold vision and a laser-like focus. They have already grown to over 100K in paid enroll­ments in over 500 class­es, even the teach­ers can make quite a bit of mon­ey them­selves depend­ing on pop­u­lar­i­ty. The com­pa­ny has seen a recent injec­tion of funds bring­ing Skillshare’s total cap­i­tal to $10 mil­lion. Skill­share would like to hyper-expand in 2014 by going mobile and adding more cours­es (par­tic­u­lar­ly in busi­ness, design and tech). Cur­rent open­ings at Skill­share. So what makes skill­share dif­fer­ent from video-based edu­ca­tion plat­forms like Lynda.com, Cre­ative­Live, Khan Acad­e­my and Curi­ous, is lessons that are both live and inter­ac­tive, as well as cours­es that are project-based and allow stu­dents to learn at their own pace. Michael Karn­janaprako­rn, CEO and Co-founder seeks to boost stu­dent engage­ment by mak­ing its plat­form, and the learn­ing expe­ri­ence itself, more social. There is no bar­ri­er to entry for some­one to sub­mit…

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