TikTok is looking for a quick thinking, driven community manager to look after creators on the platform. We need you to be passionate about all things TikTok - from the platform, to the challenges, to the creators. You'll need to have a good eye for spotting the next-big-thing, be clued up on what the difference is between a renegade and the Blinding Lights challenge, and be passionate about developing home-grown talent. You'll ideally be a creator yourself, actively making and watching TikTok videos and interacting with the community.
Build long-term relationships with new and existing users in the social media and entertainment industry by understanding the key needs of our community
Managing cross-functional projects, campaigns and initiatives to be the voice of the creator and the community team.
Identify growing talent on the platform and nurture creators to achieve personal and professional goals whilst achieving key business goals
Responsible for user operation and management, develop strategies to increase retention, user activation and user loyalty
Identify key areas of community growth along content verticals and across a global landscape with a focus on local culture and generational trends
Possess a strong understanding of our product, our competition in the industry and position to leverage them into impactful marketing activities
Design and deliver community events to promote and embed the TikTok product into key markets
Deep passion for creating and managing virtual communities (please include your TikTok username along with your application)
TikTok evangelist – you need to be passionate about the community, so please only apply if you genuinely enjoy and are ready to engage with TikTok
At least 3+ years experience in talent/influencer management, community development or influencer campaign management required
Fluent English with a strong understanding of UK pop culture and Gen Z, especially understanding and sourcing "tastemakers".
Proactive, collaborative, creative, data driven and energetic - you'll need to be switched on and able to handle the fast pace, whilst working with and being comfortable with data.
A fearless approach to introducing yourself to strangers, both in person and digitally
Degree qualified in journalism, media, communications, marketing, English or PR preferred, but not essential