I can hardly contain my excitement at the thought of my company, Gossip Genie, turning 2 years old next month. I did freelance work from May of 2009 until January 2010, at which point, I formed an LLC. Therefore, the official birthday is next month. It has been an incredible journey with ups and downs, like everything else. I can honestly say that there is nothing else I would rather be doing than this. I am so grateful for all of the wonderful clients we have and the amazing referral sources. Gossip Genie would not be where it is today without a great team in place. With exciting new business opportunities on the horizon and marketing tactics in place, we are thrilled to announce that we are hiring. Here comes the fun part…after posting the job information on Craigslist, the applications came flooding in.
A couple of recommendations for those of you looking for jobs – PDF your resume, that adds a little bit of professionalism to your response.
Open Table – THE RESERVATIONS WEBSITE IS NOT A “SPECIAL SKILL”
Don’t include “Salary requirements” in your resume:
I would omit this previous work experience…
What you did almost 17 years ago on Saturdays does not interest me!
The best is when people try to adapt their resumes to include their “social media skills” – it’s always at the end of the resume making it all the more obvious:
So the search continues – if you or anyone you know is interested in working at Gossip Genie, please send a resume and cover letter to Jacqui@GossipGenie.com