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387671 YouTube Trends Producer

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    Marketing, Creative, Digital & Tech

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    £29 - £31 per hour

  • Contact:

    Mark Pender

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    0207 758 4300

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  • Published:

    14 days ago

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As a YouTube Trends Producer at Google, you'll have the opportunity to shape and improve the understanding of YouTube, Internet culture and video content. For a one year fellowship, you'll work with the YouTube Culture & Trends team, which uses data to track trends, and connect YouTube stories to billions of people via marketing initiatives and other special projects.
You'll spend your days managing a diverse set of projects and becoming an expert on online video culture, sharing stories about YouTube trends and creators through YouTube's own communications and partnerships with the press. You will become an expert at turning data and research into compelling stories that help understand what’s trending on YouTube.
  • Manage multiple large-scale digital projects with critical deadlines from inception through to delivery.
  • Manage multiple work streams in a highly creative environment that ladder up to storytelling initiatives about YouTube trends.
  • Manage a complex ecosystem of partners, agencies, stakeholders, creators and senior sponsors both within YouTube and externally, to deliver rapidly on a brief basis.
  • Be a collaborative partner to cross-functional disciplines, including research, brand marketing social, PR, creative tech, agencies and go-to-market teams.
  • Leverage media know-how to make production launches a success through effective activation strategies and audience development.

Bachelor's degree or higher in online media, digital marketing, or a related field. 4+ years of experience telling stories related to web content, pop culture, music, tech or news for an editorial platform or brand. Deep passion for YouTube, web content and Internet culture. Deep understanding of media platforms and content trends in pop culture. Ability to lead creative projects of varying levels of complexity. Ability to manage complex stakeholder structures, serving as the primary point-of-contact while coordinating status reporting. Excellent storytelling, communication & presentation skills, both verbal and written. Ability to communicate findings clearly to both technical and non-technical audiences. Strong experience with project management and working cross-functionally with global teams.