Job hot off the presses (emailed to me by LW at NetworkPR) – you must know a someone wanting to move into this area, right?
Digital Communications Assistant (full time)
Network PR, a leading agency in online pr and social media communications, is expanding its Online team and we are seeking a Digital Communications Assistant
If you are hard-working, smart and efficient and want to contribute to this very dynamic area, our team is already working for great clients and we are growing fast!
We need a personable someone who:
- has tertiary qualifications in public relations, marketing or online studies
- already has 12 – 24 months work experience, either in house or in an agency
- possesses fluent English and good writing skills
- has a good understanding of online communities, social networks and tools
- contributes to blogs, ideally your own
- is committed to a high standard of excellence and innovation
- understands that Assistant roles do involve a fair share of admin grind
Ideally you will also have:
- good technical and design skills
- a methodical approach to work and time management
- a good sense of ethical online engagement and appreciation of current trends and concepts relating to online communities
- a “can do” attitude
- Support public relations and online research specialists to research, implement and monitor cutting-edge campaigns in online public relations (not online advertising), social media, social networks, online community relations and SEO;
- Create great looking presentations and reports using Windows and Mac operating systems; and
- Maintain and upload content for the agency’s website, blog and e-newsletter including creating podcasts or webcasts if required.
Applications due no later than Monday 25 February 2008
Please send a CV, 1-2 examples of your written work and links to any of your online work (outlining your role in its creation)
Email only to: email@example.com
I keep expecting to see young people crossed legged in the street, with a laptop instead of a guitar, cap full of coins on the ground and a piece of cardboard that says “Will Blog for Broadband, must have Facebook Access“. Not sure why I mentioned that. Heh.
If they are mean to you, let me know and we’ll be mean right back. But they seemed perfectly nice… for PR people… *evil chuckle*