Here’s your chance to work for Justin Timberlake


Are you a social media expert? Love Justin Timberlake? Then you may have a chance at your dream job. Although it’s a temporary gig (one day, to be exact), it sounds like it will definitely create memories that will last a lifetime, not to mention be a bright spot on your resume.

LinkedIn and Live Nation are partnering to offer one lucky winner the opportunity to help manage social media for Justin Timberlake’s “The Man of the Woods Tour” from Live Nation’s social media accounts. On May 27, the winner will join the Live Nation social media team in Dallas, Texas and serve as the social coordinator for Timberlake’s concert that night at American Airlines Center. You’d be able to make your social media posts from a VIP concert seat. How cool is that?

To snag the gig, make and post a video to LinkedIn explaining why you should win, using the hashtag #LinkedInTopCompaniesContest. Make sure to post before 11:59 p.m. PT on May 13. The winning candidate will have a compelling, creative submission and convey their strong interest in the entertainment and/or social media fields. They’re also looking for someone who can inspire others with a story and who can show how the experience will fit into their professional goals. The winner will be notified on May 18 with an InMail from LinkedIn.

The first five weeks of the tour have been wildly successful, grossing $36.6 million and placing Timberlake in the number one spot of Billboard’s Hot Tours list. Timberlake has been documenting the experience on his own social media channels, sharing this snap and video with surprise guest Chris Stapleton, who joined him at his show in Nashville on May 9:

And on April 30, he was able to take time out of his busy tour schedule to join his fellow *NSYNC members when the band was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame:

Do you think you have what it takes to represent Timberlake on social media?

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