Join the team
are we looking for you?
We believe that people should be connected to the source of the food that they eat, and the people who produce it.
If you are a fisher, farmer or small food business we can help you tell your story to your customers in compelling ways. Ways that make you money.
Honey and Fox
are looking for a Communications Coordinator
Type: Full time
Remuneration: $65,000 – $79,999 depending on skills and experience
Location: Flexible – work from home or Hobart office
Are you a communications
We are looking for an amazing communications superstar who has a passion for all things food – and the people who produce it! If you are looking for a role with rewarding communications challenges and would like to work in a flexible, supportive and dynamic environment, perhaps we are a good fit?
This is a new position for an experienced communicator to help grow our business and deliver services in ways that surprise and delight our clients. Basically, we like making our clients look really, really good and deliver results that make a difference to them and their businesses. Our work is diverse. One day you might be supporting a small food business (acting as their communications and marketing ‘team’) and the next day you could be working on a whole of industry initiative – communicating market research outcomes or developing a communications strategy (which you then get to implement).
As a member of a small but growing team, your role will be a critical one, bringing our strategic and creative sides together seamlessly. Our office is in Hobart but you can be located anywhere in Australia – so long as you are happy to work from home. Learn more by downloading the position description below:
How to apply?
So, if you are a communications superstar (and you are still reading this) and you think we could be a good fit, we would love to hear from you.
This is what you need to do next:
- Remember the code word is PINK
- Download and read the detailed position description
- Send us your resume together with a cover letter – this is where you get to toot your own horn and explain why you think we are a good fit.
- In your cover letter, you must creatively incorporate the code-word (note: if you don’t include the code word in your cover letter we will automatically put you in the “no” pile).