Position: CREATIVE PRODUCER (SOCIAL MEDIA FOCUSED)
Fall/Winter 2022 (mid-october start). Ideal candidate will extend through 2023 spring.
ABOUT THE ROLE
This social media role is built for a creative individual excited about helping oversee the early-stage creative development and social media launch of our brand. We are looking for a strategic, creative, and practical mindset, someone who is able to see the bigger picture while being excited to conceptualize and produce creative assets for a start-up working at the intersection of popular media, emotion & cognitive psychology, and wellness. The ideal candidate will understand the power of social media at a time when mental health and emotional literacy are especially critical, and can demonstrate an understanding of creative production and narrative-building. The role is highly collaborative and will report to the head of creative, while working closely with our two founders.
Work side-by-side with the head of creative & branding to conceptualize, produce, and share creative content as we build our brand presence
Develop templates and other 2D assets, to support marketing & instagram
Manage content production, scheduling, and posting for instagram
Source and archive relevant reference material from popular streaming platform tv & movies
We expect a commitment of 5-10 hours / weekly
Preference for undergraduate or graduate students (we can help coordinate for school credit as needed)
Demonstrated interest/capability using social media, in particular instagram
Ideal candidate is well-versed in Adobe creative suite or comparable
Interest in psychology/media studies/pop culture/storytelling
ThinkHumanTV enables emotional intelligence training while watching content on streaming services such as Netflix and Disney+. It's the easiest and most engaging way to integrate effective social-emotional/EQ training in schools and colleges, and to deliver a scalable, preventative mental health solution to students. Founded by Columbia University cognitive scientists, ThinkHumanTV is backed by the National Science Foundation and Startup Health Ventures and was a finalist in the '22 SXSW EDU startup launch competition and a semifinalist in the '22 MIT Solve Challenge. The platform's efficacy has been validated in multiple studies. It has been approved as a wellness resource by the Jed Foundation, and is already being used at institutions such as Columbia, the NYC Department of Education, LaGuardia Community College, and independent schools like Chapin and Regis. More information can be found at www.thinkhuman.tv.