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Job: MANAGER – INTERACTIVE & VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES Syd Melb


Online communities and social network management job in Sydney or Melbourne. For you?

Wanna see what a PDF looks like blogged? Look no further.  No logo, cos it’s embedded. I hate not being able to put up a logo or an image. And carriage returns are all roundabout. I had trouble changing to Heading 2 for the lead line. and so on and so forth. Yuck.

Job: MANAGER – INTERATIVE & VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES

• Online and Social Media Focus
• High Profile International Organisation
• Salary Package Circa $95,000

Our client is a high profile organisation that delivers a broad range services to its
customers across the globe. In taking the next step in their online development they
are seeking to enable the connection of their customers through social media and
virtual community avenues. In doing this they will become market leaders in their field
and potentially attract a new generation of potential customers.
Reporting to the Manager – Interactive Networks you will be responsible for using
your digital skills in implementing innovative online strategies to enable customers to
connect with one another and share thoughts / views. Managing a team of technical
experts you will work towards implementing the divisional strategy and communicate
these developments across the wider organisation.
You pride yourself on your up to date knowledge and usage of web and digital
programs such as social media, e-learning, web 2.0 and others. You may come from
a variety of backgrounds, yet you have experience in connecting people online
through interactive mediums. Your stakeholder management skills are regarded as
key strengths as you will need to influence others in accepting and promoting these
new avenues to customers.
Please respond by quoting ref. no 2008348 via email to
resume@sacsconsult.com.au (in Word format) or telephone Jarrod McLauchlan on
03 8622 8524 for a confidential discussion.

Don’t ever ever ever ever send bloggers PDFs. I’m serious. I’ll come slap you silly if you do. This one was lucky to be opened, let alone blogged about. No wonder journalists bitch about PDFs 😛

Laurel Papworth

Named by Forbes™ Magazine in the Top 50 Social Media Influencers globally, named Head of Industry, Social Media (Marketing Magazine™) and in the Power150 Media bloggers (AdAge™). CERT IV Training and Assessment certified trainer (Diplomas and Certificates etc) Adult Education. Laurel has manager Facebook Pages for Junior Masterchef, Idol, Big Brother etc. and have consulted on private online communities for banks Westpac, not for profits UNHCR & governments in SE Asia. Lecturer, social media, University of Sydney for 10 years and Laurel has 11,000 online students. Laurel Papworth personally connects to 6 million followers online and has taught around 100,000 people in the last 10 years how to be social media managers.

19 thoughts on “Job: MANAGER – INTERACTIVE & VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES Syd Melb

  1. Umm, it’s easy to put a PDF into a blog.

    You upload it to Scribd and it gives you the code to embed it in your post.

    1. EXACTLY! Why should I do it? Why don’t companies put PDFs up on Scribd then send the link for me to embed? And their logos on Flickr and their videos on YouTube – so much easier for bloggers than us having to do it for them…. Social Media Press Release FTW! 😛
      Interesting discussion on Twitter yesterday about it….

      1. Because then you lose control of the content on your site.

        They can pull that link at anytime. If it’s in your hands, you control it.

        I am forever finding myself “archiving” external content so I can do what I please with it and so I have the “evidence” when that content later disappears.

        1. Sure, if it’s important. But – especially when I’m blogging from my iPhone – it’s a nightmare. For companies in general, if they put the document on Scribd, they can track how many times it’s been viewed, embedded, downloaded. I’ve had one document viewed 8,000 times. Yay! But a pdf needs to be opened (on a smartphone not always easy), then uploaded to a sharing site… I guess I’m saying that as a blogger, I may choose to archive other people’s content myself, but as a person trying to get the word out, I’d be distributing on many channels yet PDFs would be low on the list…

        1. This blog is social media 🙂
          And my post was more for people wanting to distribute content e.g. jobs to be filled to their audience, not individuals swimming against the tide 😛

  2. Hey there.

    To save a bit of your sanity in future. Email the pdf as at attachment to: pdf2hmtl@adobe.com and it’ll send you back a html version in minutes. For text version it’s pdf2text@adobe.com.

    Dave

  3. Hey L
    Is there a way of using Scribd to “gate keep” the doc?

    What I mean is I want an email address from viewer before I’ll let you download my lovely PDF so I can track & respond.

    Jamie

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