Does your portfolio include consumer brand marketing successes? Do you believe in social marketing? Are you a versatile marketing generalist? And more to the point: are you a passionate foodie?
Clarity client New France, the acclaimed diversified Boston-based restaurant group that includes L’Espalier, Sel de la Terre, and Au Soleil Bakery & Catering has asked us to assist in creating introductions that will lead to finding an exceptional, self-propelled marketing communications director for their organization. This is a hands-on position with a great deal of collegial expectation and professional exposure. This role is a critical pivot for the entire company and is being vacated by our dream client liaison who is leaving to pursue graduate studies. The fantastic rhythm that has been our rapport is a proven formula of success that New France and Clarity will be looking to continue. While honored to participate in this search, it’s a responsibility we take seriously.
The ideal candidate has at least 5-years of rigorous employer and agency experience and fits the expanded job description that follows this narrative. The base salary skews to restaurant industry norms but the professional upsides are obvious—you are working within an exceptional organization of international renown that doesn’t view these accolades with self-importance. All applications will be acknowledged; no calls please. Qualified applicants should send a PDF resume labeled with your name and companion, labeled cover letter that includes hyperlinks to two (2) work and writing samples that you explain in the letter no later than 5PM EST on Friday April 23, 2010 to: email@example.com. Initial interviews will be conducted in May with finalists invited for in-person interviews. There may be a writing and quick design exercise for finalists. The hiring target date is mid-late May for cross training. New France is an EEOC compliant employer.
This is a great professional gig… working with quality people who create a distinctly special dining experience. They make the work fun.