We are hiring! Are you a young, computer savvy social media and marketing fundi?


Are you looking for a great job in a fast growing international company? You have found it. This is an awesome chance for young and talented computer savvy social media and marketing fundi. A great challenge for an enthusiastic professional that wants to make a real contribution to the company - CFO South Africa - and to the country.

We need you.

You have grown up using social media, smartphones and computers. Probably around 25 years old, you have lots of energy, enthusiasm, computer savviness, a spark in your eyes and a genuine curiosity. You are a hands-on team player that is excited by what new technologies can do in marketing and sales. A fast learner. We don't want a "seen it all, know it all, been there" candidate. You probably have a masters degree or you are still studying to become a master.

We want you.

Your challenge is to deepen and broaden the audience of CFO South Africa. To boost the online readership (15.000 today). To increase the number of visitors of the Finance Indaba Africa (6000) and the CFO Awards (300). To get more members and readers. To spread the word via newsletters, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, online campaigns. Use state of the art event software to invite leading executives to visit inspiring events. Updating CRM systems and websites is part of the job.

You will be offered a contract for one year with a three month probation period. You will be working in a small agile team with the country's greatest talents. Training in Europe is part of the job. You can start today. The sooner the better.

Send your resume, motivation and salary expectation to [email protected] - Alex van Groningen - +27 76 945 2905 Please save your time and ours. Don't respond if you feel this job is less than a 90% match.

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