We are looking to hire a full-time social media expert and web developer with SEO knowledge. Maybe one of our Mobsters out there fits the description! The job is located in Malta, but if you're the right one for the job, you can possibly work from abroad as well. In this case, we would like to see you in Malta for a few weeks first, to introduce you to the team and your tasks.
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Joined: Apr '09
Age: 41 (M)
And there’s only one more day left to send the application to BRM. I am sure it should be great to work with BRM. All of this poker environment involving the full time job must be something different from what many of us are used to identify as a job. I can imagine the boss tapping the official worker on his back: “Hey, what are you doing!? Playing poker and chating?” and the newbie says: “No boss, excuse me boss, they told me I had to do this boss, that this was my job boss, I thought I was doing right boss, right?” It would be a great experience for me. Having the opportunity to join a group that is concerned with the pleasure of the audience for whom it works. A company specializing in improving the leisure time of its users, using the best professionals to do it, which, in this particular case, will be those who can pass the message as simple and convenient as possible to the customer, using the various platforms available on the Internet. Good luck for the new BRMer!
Joined: Mar '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 42 (M)
Extend it, why?, did you not get my application? I will make a public application for this roll.
I am writing in response to the advertisement posted on www.bankrollmob.com regarding the position of Social Media expert. I was pleased to see this posting appear for your company as I believe that my skills, experience and passion for poker and social media prove beneficial to the dedicated team.
Currently freelancing in social media, I am responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of accounts for several leading media outlets.
If you would like to get in touch to discuss my application and to arrange an interview, you can E-mail me at **REMOVED** I post my CV for your consideration,
• PERSONAL SUMMARY
Experienced in installing, maintaining and testing for viruses, malware and LNP, vast knowledge of re-boots and ability shout one-time with consistent successful results. Physically fit for demanding coffee drinking sessions. Now looking to further my workload by working for an ambitious and expanding company, Willing to put it all on red.
You tube – Video posting, viewing and all that s**t. Goggle -- Search engineer (optimizing porn results), Worth1000 -- Graphic developer/designer, Bankrollmob -- Forum adviser, informer and self entertainer/tosser, Stumble Upon -- Button presser, Twitter -- Randomly spewing junk, Facebook -- Private eye.
• REALEVENT DUTIES
Social Media expert: Able to engage users on social media networks and keep them active, also have knowledge on how to integrate social media into websites. Keeping up-to-date on what moves in the social media world, trends etc. on Facebook,Twitter and Google Plus. Can code in both ASP and PHP after a 5 min Google lesson. Good understanding of SEO and willing to learn more and keep up-to-date with the latest in terms of SEO, now that I know what it is, easy stuff. Posses English speaking/writing skills Being dedicated, loyal, good-looking and responsible Can drink coffee black.
• KEY SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
Manipulation of text and pictures, Good looking, worth a second mention, Makes a wicked coffee, not just instant s**t, Fun(when drunk or winning) Some other stuff, fill in what skills you need, Ridiculously smart.
Self taught via PC and TV possibly dreams. Starbucks
Edited by Administrator (15 February 2012 @ 13:27 GMT)
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 41 (M)
15 days have passed since BRM stopped receiving applications to the social media expert job and we never knew anything else about this job. I believe it shouldn’t be easy to choose among a lot of curriculums that they must have received, so this two weeks probably still weren’t enough to decide who will take the place. But I wonder if they are thinking about bringing the result to the community... After all, it is just a new member that is entering for a team that we just don’t know at all, only through some of the members that have the responsibility of answering our doubts in the forum. Revealing his identity, or even if it is just revealing his nick, can be to increase the pressure over his work. It all depends on how his work will be done. If part of the job is to use social media to spread the word of BRM, this can be done either using his nick or simply signing “BankrollMob”. So, can you at least tell us if the new team member has already been chosen?