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As a Marketing Consultant, you would be responsible for:

  • Maintaining Mustache Maniacs Film Co.'s social media presence

  • Informing superiors of emerging marketing trends and engage said trends in a brand-appropriate manner

  • Engaging with Mustache Maniacs Film Co.'s audience through discussions, Q&As, and more

  • Promoting upcoming and recent releases, as well as promoting the online network

  • Ensuring that all marketing content is brand-appropriate

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To become a Marketing Consultant, we simply request that you:

  • Show strong and proficient writing skills

  • Have a strong understanding of marketing trends and the ability to take advantage of said trends

  • Have completed at least 1 year's worth of marketing experience (any combination of coursework, personal work, and professional work will be accepted)

  • Are able to write in a timely manner

  • Are able to maintain secrecy regarding confidential material and sign a NDA (Non-disclosure agreement)

  • Submit a summary of your past experience, as well as a link to your work

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What is Mustache Maniacs Film Co.'s Brand?

Mustache Maniacs Film Co.'s brand can best be described as something silly and irreverent, yet is still intentional. In other words, we like to create unusual and crazy works that nonetheless have a weight of meaning to them. So while New Friends ~ An Environmental Fable has some silly moments with Wobbles the Dodo, this comedy is not intended to take away from the film's environmental message.

Why do I have to sign a NDA?

As a marketer, you will be knowledgeable of certain projects that, upon briefing, may not be public knowledge yet. On top of this, even if the project is public knowledge, having the information that will best allow you to market these works will potentially include plot-altering spoilers. By signing the NDA, you agree to not disclose this information on our official wiki or anywhere else.

What if I am in an audience discussion and someone asks a question that I do not have the answer to or am not allowed to answer?

We understand that sometimes, our audience is more invested in our works than our affiliates are, and that's okay. Not everyone on our team needs to know what day Leo Rawlins opened his deli restaurant, but if a question like this comes up, saying that you don't know is fine. The best option in this scenario would be to direct that person with that question over to our story team, whose job is partially to figure out these details.

What happens if I'm presented with marketing material that might contain incorrect or confidential information?

If you are unsure whether or not something like a movie poster spoils the film in question, send us an e-mail with your concerns, and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.