Exciting news! We’re looking for a new apprentice to join our incredible team. As an Eat Boutique-r, you will work with the very best makers, learn about small-batch products, write fun and inspirational articles about food gifts, and speak to an audience of food lovers through social media, as well as so much more. Plus, the people are pretty great, if I do say so myself.
Does that sound interesting to you? We hope so! Email us now if you think you’re our Spring Apprentice.
Our ideal Apprentice is:
- Eager to learn and gain valuable real-world experience, specifically the basics of running an e-commerce business
- Passionate about food and gifts, crafts, blogs, and social media
- Interested in marketing, public relations, journalism, or retail
- Excellent at researching, writing, and organizing
- Proficient with Microsoft Office, Word Press, and social media tools
- Motivated to work independently, take direction and feedback to heart, and anticipate follow-up tasks
The role includes these duties:
- General shop site updates – including writing product descriptions and maker stories, sourcing participants, and handling shop orders
- General editorial tasks for our blog – including prepping blog posts and gathering components from contributors, as well as writing blog posts
- Promoting Eat Boutique content by sharing it with folks who may find it interesting and valuable
- Preparing our newsletters, cropping and editing photography, and writing jazzy snippets as needed
- Spreading the handmade food philosophy and sharing recipes and photos via our Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook accounts
- Assisting with event marketing materials like signs, postcards, flyers, etc.
- Participating in event management for any in-real-life events, including helping with set up, clean up, and management of makers, sponsors and authors (as appropriate)
This is a part-time, remote position requiring 15-20 hours per week (with flexibility during peak times) from March – June 2016. This role will also offer fantastic experience to anyone wanting to work in food, providing a platform for endless opportunity, and may become a more permanent, paid position.
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and list of any applicable Web links to email@example.com.
Eat Boutique was an award-winning shop and story-driven recipe site created by Maggie Battista – an author, business guide and alignment seeker. After hosting retail markets for 25,000+ guests, Maggie now supports entrepreneurs as they create values-based businesses through We Are Magic Studio. Follow Maggie Battista on Instagram.