Are you someone who loves to tell a good story and wants to launch their career in marketing or public relations?
Then this is a great opportunity for you.
Hi, my name is Brent and I am the Founder and General Manager of Flex Public Relations. A full-service PR and marketing business helping small and medium sized businesses grow their brand.
Genuine and authentic storytelling is what sets us apart from the rest.
Our services include:
Social Media Content
Copywriting for newsletters, blogs and websites
General Marketing and PR duties
At Flex PR we overdeliver for our clients and provide unexpected value in our partnerships with them. This is the reason we have been able to grow significantly despite the tumultuous year that 2020 has been.
We are looking to expand our team so that we can provide excellent service to even more businesses while the economy recovers.
As part of this, we are providing an entry level casual opportunity for the right person to join our team.
This may even be your first role in marketing & public relations. Perhaps you're studying marketing at university, or looking for a change in scenery"
Willing to learn
A great ‘storyteller’
Able to bring energy and enthusiasm to everything you do.
Then you just might be a good fit for Flex PR.
This position will initially be 5-8 hours of casual work a week with potential for future growth.
The right person for this role will be a highly driven individual who is able to work unsupervised and always deliver projects on time.
Some of the duties include:
Copywriting for client newsletters, blogs and websites (including research)
Social media design and content posting
Basic graphic design through apps such as Canva.
If you’re still reading and feel like you’ve ticked all the boxes, then we’d love to hear from you.
This position has an immediate start with work ready to go for the right person.
To express your interest in the position please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org
(0433 290 930)
Resume (no more than 2 pages)
A 200 word blog on what effective marketing looks like to you