Mamamia, the website founded by ex-Cosmopolitan editor Mia Freedman, is looking for a content/community manager.
The position, advertised as “not a clock-punching job”, will be based in Sydney.
The job ad reads:
Can you tweet and Facebook like a demon? Write clickable headlines and identify sharable content? Do you trawl the net constantly? Do you know what zeitgeist means? Does unearthing a great piece of writing make you tingle? Are you inextricably linked to your phone/laptop? Do you totally understand that women can be interested in light and shade? Heavy and fluffy? Do you know how to balance those two things to create a daily must-read mix of content? Are you organised? Motivated? A team-player? Able to take initiative? Are you prepared to work really hard? Are you excited by the idea of building and growing online communities across social media platforms? Are you across parenting issues? Style? Politics? News? Pop culture? Feminism? Body Image? Sex? Are you still reading?
Among the criteria for would-be applicants is a strong working knowledge of social media, especially Facebook and Twitter, solid journalistic experience and the ability to write strong headlines, tweets and Facebook status updates.