You know me and short job descriptions. I need someone to be a social media consultant for a company. The position starts off as consulting gig, but if you do a good job, they will want you to go full time in six months. I have a fixed rate and salary in mind.
The position is remote, but you'll have a cubicle. It's working for a nursing provider here in St Louis, helping brand and promote the recruiting department. The job is not posted, and it's my job to bring a slate of candidates to them (it's retained).
What you'll do
You'll blog (regularly, and on multiple sites).
You'll monitor the online world for information on the company
You'll look for and post events in other cities.
You'll help the recruiter be the face of the company's employment, but will not be a ghostwriter.
You'll make it so the recruiter and the company are well-known in the geographical area, which means working with them to create a style of writing that agrees with both of you.
You'll report on results.
What I need from you.
1) Experience writing consistently in the online world
2) Experience interviewing (reporters and recruiters welcome)
3) Self-disciplined (as in examples, not, "I'm really discipline."
5) Functional use of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Ning social networks, Google, and blogging platforms (this is typepad, but you don't need it)
6) Some background in recruiting is great, but not necessary. Same is true for PR.
7) A desire to utilize social media for results, and not "engagement" or "conversation." It's a metrics based world.
I can train some of what you don't know, but I'm only training the one who gets the job. If interested, contact me at socialmediaheadhunter at the google email or using smheadhunter as a headhunter on a number of sites.
I'm Looking for a St Louis based in-house Public Relations top performer
with a heavy dose of working with technology or technical services, who
understands how to use social media in tandem with traditional PR.
Harder than it sounds, but easier than it looks, this is a permanent
placement with a hot company in downtown St Louis. You have to have PR
experience, but you have to pass my social media test also.
Salary is in the 50k range.
Expectations are that you will create press - both online and in trade
and newspapers. Constant work - it's a lot more than PR Newswire or
press releases to your industry contacts. But it's a sweet job with a
Here are the basics
Ability to network and interface with trade and local press (local as in every city)
have a year long contract position for an interactive project manager
with agency and online marketing experience. This is a number two
position to a director of ecommerce (one of the best around, and I'll
vouch for that), who needs to be focused on the strategic and political
work inside the company. She needs someone who can serve as her right
hand, helping to integrate this company's online and traditional
Before you read any further, you're going to have
to integrate SilverPop, and you're going to have to have a passing
fancy with Omniture. Other duties include approving copy and creative,
building internal slide decks, calendar and meeting organization, and
Here's what I really need. I need someone who can take direction and make things work. I need a fixer. I need someone with a perfect attention to detail who understands their real job is to make the life of their boss easier. You're the hands. You'll have to know when you can sign off on something, and when you need to go to your boss for approval. You'll have to walk the fine line between keeping her notified of progress, without wasting her time with useless email. You'll have to build networks inside the company and with vendors so you can be smart, knowledgeable and useful.
It's a fantastic opportunity to take what you know and reach the next level. Your career path is to replace your boss one day. You heard me right. This job will transition permanent when headcount allows, but for now it's a contract position. Don't be fooled. You're W-2 with benefits, and seriously, you're working with someone who gets online marketing.
You'll need: Agency Experience (working for or working with) Corporate experience (working for or working with) Silverpop integration Omniture familiarity Web Analytics, SEO, PPC, Branding - you know, Digital experience Event marketing
Strangely enough, you need absolutely no social media experience for this position. It doesn't hurt, but it doesn't help. You won't be involved much in the social media piece for this company in the near future.
You can contact me at socialmediaheadhunter.com or the email address to the top right for a discreet confidential chat. The Salary is 60K+, and this is a contract position. If you send me a pdf resume, I probably won't read it.
Got a note that a recruiter's recruiter is looking in St Louis for a technical recruiter. Brent Gobrecht does this regularly in our market, and is looking for you.
1. 2+ years full life cycle IT recruiting experience (Agency side) 2. Proven Track record of placing individuals within the IT industry _____ 3. Experience calling on all levels of IT Candidates 4. Knowledge of the local St. Louis Market__________ 5. Very hungry and aggressive (self-starter) mindset with strong presentation skills 6. Bring a rolodex of relationships if possible 7. Excellent interpersonal and relationship skills(high energy, type A) 8. Extremely professional individual with a stable work history 9. Must be able to work in a team environment ___ __ _ 10. Be able to work in a competitive environment and have strong work ethic
Brent Gobrecht, an executive recruiter in the business of placing recruiters, has a client that is looking for an account executive in St Louis.
Here's the thing - you don't need staffing experience to get the job. The company is willing to look at professional salespeople to fill the role.
St. Louis Staffing firm looking for a professional individual with 2+ years B2B sales experience in St. Louis. My client does not require the candidate to come from the staffing industry and would look at other industries. The candidate should be a quick learner and have a strong work ethic with documented success in developing new business and relationships in the St. Louis Area. If you are interested in hearing more feel free to call him at …..
Brent Gobrecht Managing Director Gobrecht Search International, Inc. T (215) 795 0220 F (215) 754-4258 [email protected]
One of the toughest things to find in St Louis are high rates for Java developers. Rates are so often stuck at $40-60, that our best talent often goes to the coasts to find work.
So when in Rome....A friend and client of mine has a project in Los Angeles, and is looking for smart server side developers who can work on a team to build the back end of an online community. You will be coding, but you'll also be using your brain.
The work is about six months (could go longer), and your flights, car, and a $100 per diem (room/board) are included. Fly in, fly out - spending 8-10 days in LA a month.
- 1099 contract arrangement - Around 6 months of work, may go longer - Payments every 2 weeks
What we're looking for: - Need Java developers, not "architects." It's okay if you're an architect, but you're being brought on to code, not plan out. You have a smart boss and a good plan, so don't worry about nonsense. - Active coding position - 3-5 years server-side Java - Patterns - Clustering and scalable computing experience - Nice to have Adobe Flex. Really nice. - Team is an Agile team. We're not looking for people who are into RUP or waterfall design.
If you're interested, shoot an e-mail to [email protected], or send me your Skype contact.
I've got a friend with a high-level hosting company, who happens to be looking for some Linux gurus to come join his support team.
Can you hack it? Are you a 'nix snob? Here's the story. You're going to be working with other superstars, so it's important you bring a lot to the table. The nice part is that you'll love working with this company, and you'll be paid well.
* Associate's degree or Trade School certificate in a related field
* Passion for Linux and Open Source
* Understanding the Customer Support and Enterprise are a state of mind
* Shift flexibility
* Ability to have fun in a hectic environment and put customer needs first
* Strong skills with solution design, solution development, technical performance and networking
* Outstanding problem solving and leadership skills
* Excellent organizational skills and ability to adapt easily
* Superior communication and interpersonal skills and ability to work well within a team
* Demonstrated technical Linux administration skills on RedHat Enterprise Linux
* Experience with project leadership, as well as product, services and solutions management
* Experience with Java/JEE application servers, including Tomcat, Resin, and JBoss
* Experience with Ruby on Rails Deployments
* Experience with PHP Deployments
* Experience with local area and wide area network administration
* Experience with Xen/VMWare
-If you're this guy, shoot me a note at socialmediaheadhunter - at- gmail
I'm working with a small business located in St Louis that is looking for a marketing whiz to take their substantial competitive advantages and turn them into new business leads.
This 10 person company is run by an entrepreneur, and has seen steady growth for the last five years, with positive cash flow, a well run operation, and a reputation for service and quality.
The company sells a high-end design product that retails in the $20-$25,000 range. The company currently only uses Yellow Pages and Direct Mail, although they have used multiple marketing packages in the past. Your monthly marketing budget is $15-20,000.
This is an internal position at the home offices in South County. The office is moving to a more central location in the next year (they're looking), and remote work is possible.
You need 5 years of broad-based marketing experience with small businesses, selling a high-end luxury product or design services. Experience with direct mail, media buying, online marketing, and copywriting is essential. Your creative and web design services are taken care of, which leaves you responsible for vision, strategy, tactics, and execution.
You must be a result-oriented marketer with the ability to explain what you're doing without marketing speak. I'd say detail oriented, but you're the type of person who labels their sock drawer, so asking you to document what you're doing shouldn't be that hard.
And if you can't forecast and track the ROI of your program, then you probably shouldn't be in marketing anyway.
If you're interested and want to hear the salary range, send an e-mail titled Design Marketer to [email protected] with a description of your experience marketing high-end products to the consumer.