TalentNow Job Alert - 7 New Searches!
Updated: Apr 28, 2022
We are currently recruiting for clients in creator, digital media, healthtech and public relations. Interested candidates can apply directly at the links below.
Our client is looking for a senior seller with at least 8+ years of saas sales experience and existing relationships with C-level decision makers at large health systems and hospital networks. CipherHealth is an award-winning healthcare technology company that delivers a comprehensive portfolio of scalable and flexible patient engagement solutions for healthcare organizations to keep patients, staff, families and communities up to date and informed about their preventative, acute or elective care -- whether it is in a hospital, clinic, facility, at home or anywhere in between.
Our client is hiring a mid-level seller with 5+ years of experience in branded content partnerships within a digital media or entertainment company, as well as, a strong understanding of social media platforms. Doing Things Media (DTM) is responsible for the funniest, most shareable and culturally relevant memes and video content on the Internet. With an audience of over 60 million fans, DTM is making life relatable, humorous, and entertaining through a portfolio that includes some of the most popular brands built on Instagram, including Shitheadsteve, All Gas No Brakes, No Chaser, Middle Class Fancy, Gamers Doing Things, Neat Mom, Neat Dad and Animals DoingThings, among others. They recently closed $21M in Series A funding.
Our client is hiring a senior executive to work closely with the co-founders to help them build a global youth media franchise. The ideal candidate will have prior experience in growing a digital-first business and expertise in branding, strategy and business development. The SpyNinjas YouTube series currently has 40M subscribers and 13B views across a handful of channels and is also streamed on Amazon and Roku. They also have a successful line of toys through Playmates Toys, a line of books and graphic novels through Scholastic.