WWE Looking For Talent ID Manager

2 years ago by Connel Rumsey

WWE Looking For Talent ID Manager

WWE posted a new job opening on their careers site today, looking for a Talent ID Mananger.

Here is the official description of the job that the company posted:

Job Summary

The WWE is adding to its Talent ID team and is looking for an experienced individual to help find and identify elite athletes around the world that have a passion and desire to become WWE superstars.

This role joins a team responsible for building upon the WWE brand by creating compelling entertainers through talent identification, recruitment, development, and training.


Scout, recruit, and connect with elite athletes to better analyze and evaluate their potential within the WWE
Build relationships with agents, athletic directors, scouts, managers, coaches, and other player personnel leaders throughout the sports industry to help scale talent identification
Coordinate meetings between athletes, coaches, managers, and WWE Talent Development leaders
Attend various sport networking events to build strong relationships with those within the sports community and promote the opportunities that the WWE can provide to elite athletes
Coordinate contract negotiations and other talent related needs
Manage a robust athlete prospect database to help support the tracking of talent ID and development


Ability to build strong relationships and leverage a strong network
Understand the world and lifestyle of an elite athlete
Work with the social media team to utilize full capabilities
Familiarity with sports contracts and negotiations
Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
Intrinsically driven and organized with strong time management skills
Availability to travel frequently and to work during evenings and weekends
Experience as a college or professional athlete, scout, player personnel manager, athlete agent, or similar role is a plus

If you are fancying the job and feel you fit the bill, you can apply for it here.

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