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Sales, Marketing, Event Planning and Administrative Coordinator

Advertiser: Drama TimeMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
18 Sept 2019
Location
Melbourne
Salary
$25 - $34.99 per hour
Work Type
Part Time
Classification
Administration & Office Support, Administrative Assistants

DRAMA TIME is an exciting company specialising in Drama and Performing Arts programs for primary school and kindergarten kids.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, good-natured and hard-working sales, marketing, events and admin coordinator.

The position is part-time and will mostly likely involve about 10 hours per week. There is every chance the hours could increase as the company grows. The hours are flexible, however the successful candidate will be expected to be available/contactable (by phone) to troubleshoot when reasonably required. Hours are flexible but would be required to work from our Armadale office.

The event planning/admin component to the role will involve promoting the drama programs within the schools via school newsletter, flyers etc as well as assisting us with developing and managing holiday programs.

The successful candidate will have a vital role in developing and managing the creation of our own performing arts studio in 2020.

Sales will involve making contact with schools, kindergartens and other potential avenues to build and grow our business.

The ideal candidate will have:

 - Strong computer skills. An ability to assist in Canva and creating other marketing material is a bonus

- Strong social media skills is a bonus
- Friendly personality with excellent communication skills
- Pleasant phone manner
- Excellent organisational skills
- A desire to join a young, growing company

Please note: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Please send CV and cover letter to contact@dramatime.com.au

 

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