Even online, WWE has built up a legacy of being, should we say, badass.
— WWE (@WWE) October 14, 2014
WWE is broadcast in more than 150 countries, reaching more than 650 million homes around the world. “Monday Night Raw” is a top-rated cable program, “Friday Night SmackDown” is the top-rated show on Syfy, and the organization brought in more than $500 million in revenue in 2013 alone.
Now, the so-called “sports entertainment” organization looking for a social media producer who can help continue the legacy.
The position involves working directly with WWE’s internal social media team, road crews, event producers, and marketing/PR teams to develop worldwide social media content surrounding the professional wrestling promotion’s live events.
Candidates should have at least two years experience in digital production, PR, or marketing, including experience covering live events through social media.
You should also like to travel, be able to work under tight deadlines, and be able to help WWE superstars manager their social media presences on a variety of platforms.
Interested applicants not intimated by the talent—or their outfits—can apply here.
If you like your fights on ice, the position of the NHL’s senior manager of social media might be more your speed.
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