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This is an offering for a unique apprenticeship and work opportunity, in which you will work for and directly with Shane Melaugh, the founder of Thrive Themes and ActiveGrowth.\n\n\n\nThe **Video & Social Content Marketer (VSCM)** role is a creative and marketing hybrid role. It is a new role which is based on emerging changes in the online marketing, social media and filmmaking. There’s increasing demand for people who can do excellent creative work and also understand the marketing aspect, as the two can’t be truly separated.\n\n# The Creative + Social Marketing Hybrid\n\nThe responsibilities of the VSCM role fall into two broad categories:\n\n\n\n1. Filmmaking & photography.\n\n1. Social media posting & communication.\n\n\n\nThe VSCM is in charge of doing creative filmmaking work and of creating content and content previews that are custom-made for different platforms. The VSCO will be trained to develop a strong marketing skillset and a deep understanding of how to use visual communication on different social channels and for different marketing purposes.\n\n# Goal: Remove Friction While Increasing Quality\n\nAn important goal in this role is to remove friction from the content creation process. To explain, here’s a before-and-after scenario:\n\n## Before: No VSCM\n\nShane has an idea which could be useful for his audience to hear about. He makes some notes for later. Later in the day, it takes 20 minutes or so to set up lighting and camera and start recording. He records a short video with a single camera, single angle etc. It turns into a short, simple and unremarkable video. It’s posted to YouTube, a few fans watch it and find it useful, but it basically doesn’t do much.\n\n## After: VSCM in Action\n\nShane has an idea which could be good for a short video. He has a quick conversation with the VSCM about it and gets some feedback from the VSCM. Together, they plan out an effective way to bring this message across. The VSCM sets up and plans the shoot. This could range from a simple setup, to planning a shoot in multiple locations. Maybe it’s also a case of just whipping out a camera and starting to shoot right away. \n\n\n\nThe video is recorded and the quality is higher right away because the VSCM is a competent filmmaker. Maybe we’ve got multiple angles, better lighting etc. The video is then edited, intercut with some b-roll, music and titles are added. The resulting video is much more engaging and impactful, because of how it was shot and edited. \n\n\n\nFinally, the VSCM also extracts some quotes and clips from the video and queues up various social media posts. As a result, far more people see the video, far more people benefit from it and it creates new fans.\n\n# A Unique Work & Travel Opportunity\n\nA unique aspect of this role is that the VSCM needs to be on location with Shane. This means working in close proximity with Shane and getting coaching and mentorship in aspects of business and marketing. It also means traveling for work. Over the course of a year, expect to spend time in Bali, Thailand, Romania, Switzerland and possibly up to half a dozen other countries, depending on what events come up.\n\n\n\nThe ideal candidate for this role is someone who's excited about this opportunity to travel and isn't tied to a specific location. You should also be someone who's interested in personal growth, as coaching, mentorship and skill building will be important aspects of this role.\n\n\n\nIt is expected that applicants to the position are willing to work and travel like this for 1 year, which includes 4 weeks of paid leave.\n\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n The VSCM role comes with the following responsibilities and areas of ownership:\n\n## Creative\n\n**Film making**\n\n* Setting up lighting, audio and camera equipment.\n\n* Recording and editing video content.\n\n* Planning shoots, finding locations and organizing video shoots for multi-location content.\n\n* Recording b-roll, planning what b-roll is needed for which content pieces.\n\n\n\n**Photography**\n\n* Taking photographs that can be used for social content and branding (you can think of this as β€œb-roll photography”).\n\n* Setting up photoshoots for specific social media campaigns or other marketing needs.\n\n* Editing and publishing photos.\n\n## Social\n\n**Social media posting**\n\n* Using Buffer, Hootsuite or a similar social media management tool to ensure a steady stream of varied social media content, optimized for every channel we use.\n\n* Extracting social media content from video, podcast and written content we create. E.g. extracting quotes and creating quote images, creating short clips with subtitles.\n\n* Posting content meant for engagement like questions, polls, quizzes.\n\n\n\n**Communicating with fans**\n\n* Replying to questions and comments on social media.\n\n* Creating concepts for new content, based on questions and comments coming from the fans.\n\n \n\n# Requirements\nTo qualify for the role, you must have some experience with video and photography work and you must be interested in growing your skills in this area. Some experience in marketing is a plus, but not required. Marketing skills you will learn, creativity you have to bring with you.\n\n\n\nYou also must be interested in personal growth and skill development. Deliberate practice and a tight cycle of feedback and improvement will be part of your workday in this role.\n\n\n\nTo apply for this role, send in a video explaining why we should pick you. Keep the video under 5 minutes in length.\n\n\n\nIn addition, send us:\n\n* A link to your portfolio of video work, along with notes about your role in the creation process (e.g. editor, animator, director…)\n\n* 3 examples of online videos you like or that inspire you and a short description of what you like about them. To pick these examples, think of what kind of work you’d like to do or techniques you’d like to try out.

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WordPress Support / Happiness Engineer\n\nWe are looking for 3 Technical Support / Happiness Engineers to join our team.\nThrive Themes, is a rapidly growing and innovative software vendor in the WordPress themes and plugins space. We entered the market around 3 years ago and have been on a significant growth curve ever since.\n\nToday, we have a highly skilled team that are constantly pushing the boundaries of WordPress software development by releasing market leading software products. Our software gives online business owners a complete set of conversion oriented marketing tools to help them build better websites and get more leads and customers.\nRecently, we have been faced with a growing problem: many of our customers are in the US and because our team is located in Europe our response times to these customers’ requests are longer than we want them to be.\nThis is where you come in!\nWe are looking to hire additional team members for our technical support and customer communications team. As part of this team, you will be working closely with our customers and members, to help them solve technical problems and answer questions about our products. The support and communications team is also tasked with reporting bugs and communicating with the development and marketing teams about what kinds of issues our customers typically experience, what features they request and what kinds of questions they have.\n\nSkills that you must have for this position:\n\n* Fluently written communication in English with excellent spelling, punctuation, and grammar.\n* The ability to simplify sometimes complex instructions so that non-technical users are able to understand and follow along.\n* The ability to capture relevant screenshots and include them, where necessary, in the responses.\n* The ability to get familiar with new software and functionality quickly, without the need for a lot of handholding and instruction.\n* A thorough understanding of WordPress. To give you an idea of the level of understanding required, you’d be expected to know:- * How to add widgets to a sidebar * The difference between a post and a page * How to turn comments on/off on posts/pages * How to switch to a new theme * How to change menus and menu items * How to modify the permalink structure * How to add a new plugin\n* Basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, PHP and javascript (no development skills needed, but a basic understanding of how these languages interact to make websites work is very useful).\n* A knack for taking technical language and making it understandable.\n* A passion for solving tough problems and proposing elegant solutions.\n\nOther skills it would be nice if you had, but we can train you if you don’t:\n* Had a previous Customer Support experience.\n* A portfolio of WordPress websites that you've build.\n**If this seems like it’s a good fit for you then allow me to take a few minutes to tell you what we can offer in return:**\n* Freedom to get on with the job. We're not some giant company with dozens of people between you and a result. You'll be part of a small team that's trusted to get on and deliver.\n* Remote working, you can work anywhere in the US, as long as you cover the US timezone\n* A place in a fast moving software company with big ambitions and an exciting future ahead.\n* Books, just let us know what book you think that might help you grow your skills and we will get it for you.\n\nIf this sounds like what you’re looking for? Great.\n\nTo get this position you will have to join us between 20 of August and 8th of September, in Austin, Texas. You will get paid for this training and we will also cover the housing and flight for you. At the end of this training you should have all the skills you need to get started.\n\nSend us details of what you can and can’t do (be honest, it’s important) as well as a few details about who you are as a person and we’ll be in touch.\n\n**Besides the details mentioned above, your email should also contain answers to the following questions:**\n1. Where in the US are you located?\n2. Are you available between 20 of August and 8th of September for Thrive support procedures and products training sessions?\nThe following are questions you might be asked by our customers. Please send us an example of an answer you would give in each of the following scenarios:\n3. When I attempt to install your plugin, I get this message from WordPress: β€œThe uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini.” What can I do?\n4. Why is my blogpost on the homepage? I would like to have a different page there.\n5. What changes are needed on this page: in order for it to be a Landing Page?\n\n**APPLY FOR THIS POSITION**\nSend an email to [email protected] and **add [Support Job] in the subject.** If you think you might be a good fit, **let us know why! Email your resume, a short paragraph about yourself, and answer the questions listed above.**\n\n**Note: You should apply before 3rd of August 2017.**

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