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Communications: Media/Public Relations Servicing
Web Video Producer - Boston Bruins (Boston, MA)

Position Summary:

The Web Video Producer is responsible for shooting, creating and overseeing all video content on BostonBruins.com and the team's social channels, including filming Bruins practices, press availability sessions, and off-ice events with the responsibility of editing that footage and then creating compelling, original video content that is distributed throughout the team's social channels. The Web Video Producer will also be responsible for:

  • Filming all Bruins practices, press availability sessions and off-ice events
  • Editing footage to create original, compelling video content, publish video content to BostonBruins.com and distribute content throughout the Bruins social channels
  • Film for the team's all-access television show, Behind the B, and manage all footage archives

Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree required. Concentration in film/media preferred with 3 to 5 years experienced at shooting interviews, press conferences and action scenes using high-end HD video cameras (Canon, DSLR and Sony HD); edit video using Final Cut Pro and work with graphics, lower thirds, music, game footage, etc.; able to encode/transcode video into web formats; describe, name and publish video to the web via the club's content management system. Highly organized with the ability to properly manage and maintain the team's video archive. Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced enviornment.


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Communications: Internet Communications
Coordinator, In-Game Social Media - National Hockey League (Toronto, ON)

SUMMARY

The Coordinator, In-Game Social Media is a part-time seasonal position working as a key member of the Social Media Dept. with a primary focus on in-game content publishing from the Video Review Room in Toronto. The Coordinator will serve as the in-game Editor and Publisher for the Social Media Dept. and as the NHL Ambassador that relays the excitement and passion of NHL Hockey in real-time to fans around the world.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

- Write and post real-time content from in-game and post-game to League social media platforms; Engage with Fans primarily via Twitter 

- Execute the strategy and approach for content and engagement that exceed benchmarks

- Identify and create video and other short-form video for social media publishing

- Coordinate and assist on behalf of the Social Media team and as a representative of the NHL in its dealings with the 30 member clubs, media rights holders, external media and fans

- Within the office, interact primarily with members of the Hockey Operations Dept., Public Relations, and Dept. of Player Safety as they monitor games in Toronto and New York

QUALIFICATIONS

- An encyclopedic knowledge of the NHL, its current players and future stars
- Superb creative writing and interpersonal skills
- Demonstrable capability in light video editing tools, Photoshop and PowerPoint
- A strong understanding of the persona of the NHL Fan, verbiage used by players and fans
- Solid knowledge of the League's rule book and a passion for hockey
- Expertise for, and demonstrable experience working with social media in fast-paced environments
- Must be extremely fast, organized, a self-starter and resourceful
- Exhibit excellent attention to detail
- Must be able to work independently, effectively and creatively in a fast-paced environment
- Ability to work a varied evening and weekend schedule
- A desire to work in Social Media

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

-    BA in a related field
-    Experience in Community Management for a sports team, league or brand
-    Experience working at Club or League level and/or in media is a plus
-    Fluency in relevant languages is a plus

We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity however only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

No phone calls, emails, or recruitment agency inquiries please. Application receipt confirmation and/or status update inquiries cannot be provided.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you a legal and permanent resident of Canada and eligible to work for ANY employer in Canada for an UNLIMITED amount of time?
2. Please state your per-hour salary expectations. Note: a response is required in order to be considered for this position.
3. Do you currently reside on a permanent basis in the City of Toronto or within the Greater Toronto-Hamilton Area?
4. Do you possess a minimum of 2 years demonstrable professional experience managing real-time content via social media platforms? Please briefly describe your experience as it specifically relates to this position.
5. On a scale of 1 - 10 (1 being the lowest) how would you rate your knowledge of the NHL, our game and our players?
6. Are you willing and available to work nights and weekends as necessary?


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Communications: Internet Communications
Sr Manager, Social Media - National Hockey League (New York, NY)

SUMMARY
The Senior Manager, Social Media will be a data-oriented Social Media All-Star who will help lead strategy for Community and Content with a primary focus on driving engagement in real-time with hockey fans around the world. The Senior Manager will serve as a primary Editor and Publisher for the 24/7 Social Media Department’s operations and as the NHL ambassador that conveys the excitement and passion of NHL Hockey.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Develop strategy and approach for meaningful engagement, content thematics and tactical execution for season-long campaigns

- Optimize content performance and drive growth against all Key Performance Indicators

- Work collaboratively across the entire League to support League, Club, and Partner initiatives

- Write and post real-time content of in-game and post-game content to social media platforms

- Lead and assist in the execution of real-time content from tent-pole events

- Identify opportunities in the social media space for innovative and unique activations

- Lead delivery of actionable insights and relevant reports with the 30 member clubs, media rights holders, external media and fans

- Identify and create video and other short-form video for social media publishing

- Help develop and expand relationships with social media focused publications


QUALIFICATIONS
- An encyclopedic knowledge of the NHL, its current players and future stars
- Excellent creative writing and interpersonal skills
- Demonstrable experience delivering significant business results leveraging social media
- A proven capability to craft clear, innovative strategy in digital and social media
- Experience executing paid campaigns on social platforms
- Experience identifying and partnering with emerging technologies, platforms, and entrepreneurs
- Demonstrable capability with light video editing tools, Photoshop and PowerPoint
- A strong understanding of the persona of the NHL Fan, verbiage used by players and fans
- Expertise for and demonstrable experience with social media in fast-paced environments
- Must be very organized, a self-starter and resourceful
- Exhibit excellent attention to detail
- Must be able to work independently, effectively and creatively in a fast-paced environment
- Ability to work a varied evening and weekend schedule
- Ability to commit to significant travel during the post-season and for events


EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
- BA in a related field
- 5 - 7 years experience working in Marketing, Community Management, or Social Media Strategy for a sports team, league or Fortune 500 brand
- Experience working at a Club or League level and/or in media is a plus


LANGUAGE SKILLS
- Basic or advanced knowledge in French, Russian, Swedish, Finnish or Czech is a plus
 

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Our offices are located in New York City. Do you live in the tri-state area? Are you willing to commute to midtown Manhattan on a daily basis?
2. Do you have the legal right to work in the United States?
3. What are you currently earning?
4. On a scale of 1 - 10 (1 being the lowest) how would you rate your knowledge of the NHL and our players?
5. Do you have experience executing paid campaigns on social platforms? Where did you obtain that experience?
6. On a scale of 1 - 10 (1 being the lowest) please rate your Photshop and PowerPoint skills.
7. This position will require travel. Are you willing and able to travel?
8. Are you willing and able to work nights and weekends?


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Communications: Graphic Design/Creative Services
Junior Staff Photographer - New Jersey Devils/Prudential Center (Newark, NJ)

Junior Staff Photographer
Prudential Center and the New Jersey Devils

Our Art Department is looking for a creative, multi-faceted and enthusiastic person with a great eye for photography and strong technical knowledge of camera and lighting equipment. Ideally, the employee possesses a good sense of design, is highly collaborative, motivated and organized.

The Staff Photographer is responsible for the creation, organization and distribution of Prudential Center’s and New Jersey Devils images. This employee will attend events and provide photographic support, then properly maintain the company’s image assets so they can be readily available by marketing teams and others within the organization. The photographer will also digitally edit and process, color correct and clip (as needed) a standard set of photos for use in web and print.

Job Responsibilities

  • Attend necessary events to lend photographic assistance as necessary. This includes Devils games and post-game, Prudential Center concerts, community events, internal company events, and external sales and speaking events.
  • Shoot and maintain staff photo directory
  • Photograph sections of the Prudential Center arena
  • Use Photoshop & Lightroom to do high quality, high resolution post-production photo retouching on images by cloning, color correcting, compositing, adding shadows, light, and using complex image masks and adjustment layers, etc.
  • Photographic organizing of company server, naming files and archiving images
  • Assemble and disassemble equipment for photography purposes and ensure the operational condition of department equipment
  • Post web photo galleries
  • Participating in the planning and development of new content
  • Employing photographic standards set by company brand guides

Experience:

  • Photography Portfolio
  • 3 or more years photography experience; Includes schoolwork
  • Experience with current trends, usability and standards along with the tools and techniques to create beautiful images

Job Requirements:

  • Have a BA/BS or above in related field with a focus on photography
  • Be proficient in current design software programs including Photoshop and Lightroom
  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills
  • Highly motivated with strong attention to detail
  • Ability to work both independently and in collaboration with Creative Director

 


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