Count threads instead of sheep? Linen lovers Sheridan have opened some brand-spankin’ new concept stores, and are looking for peeps to run the show. The Sheridan Studio is a place of creation and experimentation, where the customer can be a curator of their home with professional Sheridan guidance. Enthusiastic about design, interior decoration and aspirational lifestyle products? Read on. First up? Store Manager (BRIS) for the Indooroopilly concept store. You’ll be responsible for ensuring a warm, welcoming, inspiring and memorable Sheridan retail experience through authentic sales and service, and will have experience in a similar role. Into it? Apply here. The Indooroopilly store are also in need of an Assistant Store Manager/Visual Merchandiser (BRIS). This role will see you across everything from styling your customer’s space with creative and imaginative possibilities and providing relevant design advice, product knowledge and product recommendations to managing a Sales team, rostering and taking action to achieve budgets and KPIS. Want in? Apply here. More about that NSW life? Good news – Sheridan are also opening a concept store in Belrose, and need an Assistant Store Manager/Visual Merchandiser (SYD) to join the team – apply for that one over here.
All about keepings the lols alive when things get hectic? If you can work well under pressure (inc. positive attitude & sense of humour), then you could be the Publicity Assistant (NSW) that Network Ten need. This varied role will see you assisting the Head of Publicity and Director of Corporate Communications, maintaining press clipping files daily and distributing them in a timely manner, assisting publicists with day to day requirements, carrying out program research and more. You’ll be working in a fast paced team environment where your proactive approach will be worth its weight in gold. To get a look in for the role you’ll need good computer skills, to write well, be able to meet deadlines, be able juggle several tasks at once, have a great phone manner and A+ great attention to detail. Keen bean? Apply here.
An opportunity has opened up for a Community Moderator (SYD) to join the newsroom at The Guardian, everyone’s fave Brit publisher down under. Working as part of the UK night moderator team, this Sydney based role is primarily responsible for maintaining a high level of debate and interaction on guardian.com and nurturing and guiding user discussion. In this role you will be responsible for monitoring all areas of reader comments on theguardian.com, ensuring debate is conducted within the guidelines set down in GNM’s terms and conditions and community standards and using community management tools and techniques. You will liaise with and advise editorial staff over user interaction issues on comment threads, assist editors with queries on comments and interaction with contributors and share and cultivate good community practice in the editorial and community teams. To be suited for the role, you’ll need some demonstrable experience of participating in online communities up ur sleeve, as well as excellent attention to detail, to be able to build relationships with people at all levels and be highly computer literate. You’ll be all over the challenges in community management and have a knowledge of legal issues for global publishers. If this sounds like your jam, apply here.
And now for more hot jobs, in convenient & tasty bite-sized chunks.
Got a passion for music and experience in label/product management? Go on and apply to be Marketing Manager (SYD) at Inertia Music, right this way.
Fashion grad ready to dive into the industry (in the chicest way poss)? Apply to be Junior Production Assistant (NSW) at Ellery, over here.
All about creating that hot’n’spicy original content? You could be the Copywriter (ADL) that Marketing Sweet need – apply here.
Love data and finding the narrative in the numbers? Fox Networks Group are on the hunt for a Ratings & Insights Analyst (SYD), apply here.
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