You can now view the updated BMBY Toronto Public Relations Jobs page.
So if you didn’t already know, the Fleishman-Hillard network pays a very nice referral bonus for recommending a new hire, once they’ve been here six months.
As it’s that time of the month, and funds in the BMBY Paypal account are running a little low, in a piece of totally self-serving blogging, I’d like to recommend YOU for a job.
That is, if YOU are a PR student looking for your big break into online communications or if YOU are a PR with one or two, or even four to six, years of technology related experience, YOU can now email me with your resume.
Just to make sure you’re not applying for your own job (Neil), here’s some more information on the openings.
iStudio is looking for an entry level communicator with a passion for online communications to join our consulting team in Toronto. You’d be working with me, among other people, and if that didn’t put you off, your average day would look something like this:
- Develop a Web site’s site map and produce wireframes showing how you’d like each page’s skeleton/functionality to look like.
- Contribute strategy and tactics to a new business proposal.
- Manage a project through production, working with the technology and creative teams.
- Provide quality assurance testing for a site that we’re about to launch. You’d also handle the clients’ changes and liaise with the tech/creative teams to make sure everything is just show.
- Support an FH practice group’s offline PR strategies with online ideas and spread the good word of social media.
- Write a blog post.
Our sister/cousin company, High Road Communications, is also looking for a couple of warm bodies. I’m guessing a Consultant and an Account Manager from the experience requirement. HRC is a great company who do some stellar work in the technology space.
Just a reminder that if YOU are with the company for more than six months, I will take you out for a nice lunch or after work drinks.
**UPDATE** Plenty of resumes for the FH network outside of Canada so far, but no one for these jobs in particular…what’s wrong guys?. FYI – you can also view Betsy Beard’s blog from an HR perspective. Tell her I sent you.