Trusted Cape Entertainment is a disruptive digital-first story development, publishing and producing startup that is creating highly commercial content for small and big screens.
We are looking for a hustler (in LA or Austin, TX) to help build a global audience for our brands.
We do not want to see your resume.
We don’t want to read your cover letter.
We don’t want you to connect with us on LinkedIn.
In fact, don’t even bother with traditional means of getting this job because you won’t get it. And if you’re looking for a 9-5 with a rigid job description, don’t waste your time with us.
Still reading? Well, alrighty then.
What we do want: For you to market yourself to us as you would market our brands to the world. Surprise us. Shock us. Tease us. Please us. Let us know who you are and what you care about and what you can do.
You will build audiences for the content we create--interactive mobile and digital experiences that will eventually find homes in Hollyweird.
You will from scratch, manage and grow a community of fans.
You will drive viral advertising campaigns.
You will create publicity stunts.
You will tell stories.
And yes, you will do some grunt work (scheduling, travel planning, event organizing).
Above all, you will work smart.
You will get in on the ground floor of something special.
You will work with a passionate team of writers, illustrators, animators and innovators.
You will learn how Hollyweird works and maybe, just maybe, find yourself on a movie set.
You will have the opportunity to grow into bigger and badder roles and make more money as the company succeeds.
You will have a blast.
We don’t care how long you’ve worked; we care what you’ve accomplished.
You MUST have writing chops and killer communications skills.
You are fluent in all things Web (apps, SEO, HTML, email marketing, PPC, PPM, social media...).
Knowledge of mobile ecosystem, inbound marketing, squeeze pages etc. is a bonus.
The ability to become an expert in all of this stuff on the fly is a requirement.
Finally, we have a strict "no assholes" policy.
See what we said about experience.