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Never Liked It Anyway
Posted: November 16 2016
Company Location: Venice, CA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionHere's the deal...
Never Liked It Anyway is a fun, sassy and modern brand. It's an eBay for breakups where you sell all the stuff you're left with when a relationship ends.
I need a whipper smart, fun, sassy and modern community manager to run the blog (not yet live), write for the blog and manage the FB account.
We are in talks with TV networks to turn the site into a TV show and an entertainment platform (think He's Just Not That Into You), so there's HUGE potential to grow with the brand. But for now, it's lean! That said, the right person will become a core, and rewarded, part of the team.
Approx 8 hours a week. Starts unpaid. Paid upon greatness!!
Please DO NOT just send a resume.
This is no ordinary job. Please send me a note and tell me why it speaks to you, what you think you would add - and what excites you about the brand.
Responsibilities- Managing Social Media
- Writing unique, witty and interesting content for the blog - and syndicating it to other publishers
- Follow, manage and spark conversation on Social Media
- Inserting Never Liked It Anyway into conversations happpening online that revolve around our space
RequirementsYou must be spirited, cheeky and ooze irreverence - attitude is EVERYTHING. We cant teach you this!
You must be good at writing - we currently write for Hello Giggles, Huffington Post and PopSugar. Good articles will get syndicated to these publications.
You must be a fast worker - it's not about perfection, it's about momentum
You must be a creative force - you will not have anyone looking over your shoulder and will make your own editorial decisions
You must have two fingers on the pulse - ready to comment and jump on anything in the world of breakups.
You must be independent - most of the work you do will be done remotely, on your own time