Careers

Rapidly growing little engine that could is looking for talented people that want to make an immediate impact and help drive astronomic business growth. We are looking for those who believe that happiness leads to health and in our Life with a Smile mission. We believe in the team collective, so we are looking for passionate creative types, no matter your discipline; difference makers who are not afraid to be proactive with great ideas. Join us and become part of the HooplaHa success story!

Office Location: Norwalk, CT - 55 minutes from NYC/40 minutes from New Haven. Close to both the Merritt Parkway and I95 and easy access from Metro North Railroad.

 

Current Full Time/In Office Opportunities

 

Content Coordinator

Responsibilities include story research, development and management of video segments including coordination/booking/shooting/post production and administration needs, as well as daily management of social media accounts and YouTube channels. Must be highly organized, have strong project management skills and be able to think outside the box. Should be familiar with video production and online content. Applicants with strong knowledge and skills in Final Cut, Photoshop, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter are highly preferred. Degree in video production, digital marketing or broadcast journalism a plus.

TO APPLY: email resume & cover letter to jobs@hooplaha.com with the subject line "CONTENT COORDINATOR"

 

Content Curator/Social Media Manager/Blog Editor

Daily responsibilities include curating great videos and articles, producing original blog posts, creating a daily newsletter email and sharing site content via Facebook and Twitter. The ideal candidate should be a strong writer, able to quickly write headlines, descriptions and social media posts that mirror the voice of our brand. Must have experience using social media as a marketing tool to garner engagement and site traffic. Knowledge of Wordpress and Photoshop a plus! Please forward resume with references.

TO APPLY: email resume & cover letter to jobs@hooplaha.com with the subject line "BLOG EDITOR"

 

Internship Opportunities

We are always looking for students who want to jump in and do work that has immediate and tangible impact on our business.Flexible hours available. Students must receive academic credit. We’re looking for interns in the following areas:

> Video Production/Post Production

> Content Curation/Story Development

> Social Media

> Public Relations

> Sales & New Business Development

 

Video Production/Post Production Internship

HooplaHa produces and manages video content for its website and YouTube network of channels and is looking for talented students with strong creative and technical ability to help develop, edit and upload our awesome videos. Our best candidates will be good at research and story development and can help us with storytelling. You will also assist the content team in organizing and managing video production and databases. When needed, you will assist on video shoots and post production. The ideal candidate will have strong knowledge of: Final Cut 10 or Premiere Pro and YouTube/Vimeo, and you should have a basic understanding of: Google Docs (drive) and the media production process.

TO APPLY: email resume & cover letter to jobs@hooplaha.com with the subject line "PRODUCTION INTERNSHIP"

 

Content Curator/Story Development Internship

HooplaHa creates its own original content and curates the best of the web resulting in “Life with A Smile” for our hub HooplaHa.com. Our Content Curator/Story Development intern will be responsible for story research, development and management of video segments including coordination/booking/shooting/post production and administration needs, as well as daily management of social media accounts and YouTube channels. The best candidates are highly organized, have strong project management skills and are able to think outside the box. You should be familiar with video production and online content. Applicants with strong knowledge and skills in Final Cut, Photoshop, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter are highly preferred.

TO APPLY: email resume & cover letter to jobs@hooplaha.com with the subject line "CONTENT INTERNSHIP"

 

Social Media Internship

HooplaHa is looking to grow our Social Media network and are looking for social media savvy students who are creative and can write well. You will help plan and execute multi-platform content distribution campaigns and track results and other online trends. By developing strategy and implementing different initiatives, you will directly impact the building of brand and audience engagement for a fast growing young media company. The best candidate will be familiar with, if not active on, all the major social networks.

TO APPLY: email resume & cover letter to jobs@hooplaha.com with the subject line "SOCIAL MEDIA INTERNSHIP"

 

Public Relations Internship

In addition to social network engagement, HooplaHa aggressively promotes its content through PR and our strong distribution relationships. We are looking for interns who want to see our audience grow as a direct result of their efforts. The most successful interns will use their writing proficiencies to convince content distributors to post our content. You will draft media pitches and editorial content for iconic web outlets. Innovative ideas welcome. Experience with CisionPoint a plus.

TO APPLY: email resume & cover letter to jobs@hooplaha.com with the subject line "PR INTERNSHIP"

 

Sales & New Business Development Internship

HooplaHa believes in the power of content marketing because engaging people via social networks has become a critical key to successful branding. We also believe that brands need to align themselves with positive uplifting “happy” messaging. Therefore Consumer Brands should want to leverage our turnkey, sharable and very affordable native content as a compliment to, or in place of some of their more traditional interruptive advertising methods.Working with the head of New Business Development, you will assist in identifying the brands that would make the best sponsorship or syndication targets, and other new business development opportunities. You will also help plan and execute marketing/sales campaigns. You should be organized with good research skills and a creative mind because you will also help develop sales collateral. It is a plus if you are comfortable with Microsoft PowerPoint.

TO APPLY: email resume & cover letter to jobs@hooplaha.com with the subject line "SALES INTERNSHIP"

 

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