This is a real opportunity for someone who has no marketing qualifications to follow a life-long ambition into a dream role or change their current career… We’ll be looking for someone who really embodies the brand – is down-to-earth, honest and confident, and believes in natural beauty. Twitter fans can find out more by searching #simplestar.
(PRWeb UK) July 1, 2010
In May this year, Simple launched its online search for a brand representative and marketer, and 6 weeks on, they are grabbing the headlines and achieving great presence online on Twitter and blogs as almost 4000 applicants nationwide have entered to win 'the most flexible and unique List-Grid.aspx [beauty industry job of a lifetime]'. …And the number of entrants is growing daily.
Simple, with its ‘Search For A Simple Star’, is looking for an online spokesperson and marketer, to join its existing marketing team. Unbelievably, the successful candidate does not need any previous marketing experience – only a great personality, personal values that are empathic with the Simple brand and the ability to communicate well online. This lucky person will be rewarded with the job of a lifetime…and a prize package worth up to £50k!
Through an innovative recruitment process, Simple, the UK’s No. 1 Facial Skincare brand¹, is inviting people across the country to promote themselves online to gain support and crucial votes – similar to any election campaign – as a stepping stone to securing a place at Beauty Boot Camp. Many are achieving this using their existing Twitter and Facebook accounts to spread their message to friends and followers. Local press are starting to pick up on the success of the campaign and conducting interviews with some of their local entrants. The second, more formal, stage of the recruitment process will be a series of rigorous interviews to select the final winner of the new role.
Group Marketing Director for Simple, Alex Pike, said: “It’s really important for Simple to own online marketing. We don’t want to hire someone the conventional way, as we don’t want them to be constrained by text-book theories. We have developed this unique recruitment process to give applicants the chance to showcase their flair and creativity – which proves they have a natural aptitude and passion for marketing – but means qualifications are not necessary.”
The role has been designed to be flexible so could fit around someone’s existing lifestyle. It will encompass everything within online marketing including being company spokesperson through blogs, forums, Twitter and Facebook; and developing appropriate campaigns that utilize online to raise awareness of Simple and its products.
Alex continued: “This is a real opportunity for someone who has no marketing qualifications to follow a life-long ambition into a dream role or change their current career… We’ll be looking for someone who really embodies the brand – is down-to-earth, honest and confident, and believes in natural beauty. Twitter fans can find out more by searching #simplestar.”
In parallel, Simple will also be seeking an ambitious teen, who will win a role as the ‘Simple Official Video Blogger’ and a seat on the Simple Junior Board of Skincare Advisors.
All those inspired by this life-changing and challenging opportunity should visit ‘Search For A Simple Star’ to find out more. Closing date for entries is 3rd September 2010.
Simple Group Marketing Director Alex Pike
is available for interview and tailored quotes.
Contact the ‘Search For A Simple Star’ Press Office