In-Game Coordinator

    • New York, NY

SAMPLE TWEETS BELOW MUST BE COMPLETED FOR CONSIDERATION.

Think you can take Dodgers social to another level? 

We’re looking for someone whose skills can help amplify what we do. Reach out to us if graphic design is your passion, if you’re an expert at TikTok challenges or just simply a wizard at video editing.

We are looking to add a creative individual to join our Social Media team on a part-time basis. Candidates must have a deep and detailed knowledge of baseball and the Los Angeles Dodgers, and a keen editorial sense. Experience with Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat is required. A strong handle of grammar, punctuation and Twitter voice is required. Attention to detail is a must. Graphic design skills are a major plus.

This is a part-time, seasonal position offering 32 to 40 hours per week. Specifically, you would be required to provide in-game Twitter/Facebook/IG content during games to supplement and enhance the club’s daily efforts. This role is extremely collaborative, working daily in a team setting. Candidates are required to be flexible; we work when the games are being played, meaning days, nights and weekends. The plan is for you to work as many games as you possibly can, whether the team is at home or on the road. Shifts last from two hours or so before first pitch until 45-90 minutes after the final out.

Please send along your resume, social media handles, portfolio and any writing samples (short or long-form) you think best reflect your style.

Below are some sample tweet topics. Compose each as if you’re tweeting from the Dodgers team account. Assume each topic occurs in real time; could also include link to highlight video, Dodgers.com article or nothing at all. Feel free to include any ideas you have for images/GIFs/graphics. Please include this in your cover letter.

  1. Your team’s star hitter wins the batting title.
  2. Baseball is back hype post.
  3. Team wins ninth straight game.
  4. After entering a tie game with the bases loaded and no outs, your reliever gets out of the jam with a strikeout.
  5. Ace starter goes down with elbow injury in 8th 
  6. Your team’s best outfielder does it again, making an incredible diving play.
  7. Your manager gets ejected after arguing the result of a replay review.
  8. GIF of a bat flip on walk-off homer.


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