Apostrophe Copywriters – Melbourne’s first copywriting collective – is on the hunt for a mid-weight Client Whisperer. Discover more below.
A not-so-traditional role.
Primarily, they’re after someone who’s good with people – an inspiring communicator who’s well connected in the design, digital, corporate, new business or branding world (or can be with very little effort).
You know the kind – able to deliver a pitch with the charm of Clooney, the clarity of Tim Ferris and the warmth of Oprah. A triple threat communications pro.
Must possess super powers.
The candidate doesn’t have to wear a cape or anything, but must be super brainy, super malleable and super dedicated. A day in the life of an Apostrophe Client Whisperer might include writing briefs, meeting writers, drinking caffeine, and then flicking the switch on the right brain for some off-the-cuff thinking.
The more versatile you are, the better. Play the guitar? Fly a plane? Bake cupcakes? Right on.
A good attitude isn’t enough. It needs to be frickin’ amazing. Deeply collaborative with an entrepreneurial spark, this person must have a passion for people and a willingness to learn. Kudos and constructive criticism are valued equally.
The power of one.
While Apostrophe is made up of 25 writers, there will be times where the candidate will be working solo, so he/she must love his/her own company. Insert clap (or high five for one) here.
Short (or long term)
At this stage, they’re after someone for three months. In saying that, if KPIs are met they’d like to make this a full-time role.
They’ll give you:
- A trampoline to jump as high as you want to
- An inspiring office space (in Thornbury) buzzing with startups and entrepreneurs
- A decent wage based on your hard work, profile and experience
- The chance to work with a kick-ass team of wordsmiths
- The opportunity to rename your job title
- The freedom to do your work exceptionally well.
While agency background (digital, branding, design or advertising) is a plus, it’s definitely not a mandatory. They know skills are transferrable and the right person will be able to shimmy them over better than Tina Turner herself.
If you feel like you have the right stuff, email them at email@example.com.
They’d like to see a CV and some creative answers to the questions below.
- What are the three words that summarise your higher purpose?
- What’s your favourite word?
- How would you connect with a person who didn’t want to be connected with?