What Is Necessary:
Firstly and foremostly, you have to love and breathe social media. You have to be the person who tweets so much people think you have your phone glued to your fingers. You have to be ingenious about how you tweet, you have to have the option to tweet a lot, meaning a good internet connection, and you have to know (or be willing to learn) to schedule your tweets.
You need to be able to meet deadlines, be interactive, take interest in what else could be said (we are always open to new ideas, and the more you have and the more they work, the better they will look when we give you a reference later!) and generally be all about Twitter.
These profiles would be perfect (but, again, nothing about this position is cast in stone!) :
- A student / graduate in sociology or any similar social studies (anthropology, psychology etc. all count)
- A computer science student /graduate
- A student /graduate in advertising, business or marketing
We will consider all applicants. Four individuals will then be chosen on the basis of their CVs and potentially an interview. Please contact us for the rest of the information.
If you are not a student but have had plenty of experience with the above, or if you have finished a while ago and are desperately looking for a job, or you are just bored and need a challenge, do still contact us. All we need is your CV and a proof that you can do what we want from you.
We will honestly consider you.
Reference: You will be expected to provide a reference from no less than three individuals (post that with your CV). We require the full name, occupation, telephone number and email of the referents. But, unlike most employers, we are happy to hear from your friends and even family. A lot of people work for their parents for at least a while, and if you cannot make friends who would give an honest appraisal of your skills, chances are you’re not going to fit in at work, where, we hope, you will make many more. So if you ask your best buddy growing up to give you a good character report, we don’t care! 🙂
Date Posted – 04 February 2014
Status – OPEN