Well Plated is Hiring!

Communications Manager for WellPlated.com - Apply now!

Today is a BIG DAY at Well Plated.

I’m hiring!

But not just any hiring—I’m hiring in a very serious way for a very serious position.

Over the past 4.5 years (WHAT?) I have loved, LOVED growing this blog and getting to know you, my readers. Whether you make a recipe, leave a comment, or just quietly check in every now and then, thank you for being here. Because of you, I get to do what I love—make recipes and share them—for a living. I am beyond blessed and grateful.

Over the past several months, I have come to the slow realization that if I am going to be able to a) keep this space a vibrant, yummy place, while b) maintaining my sanity, I need some help.

I am so confident that the right, oh-so-fabulous person is out there, reading this exact post at this exact moment, that before I look anywhere else, I am turning to YOU, my readers.

If you like what we have going here at Well Plated, if you are super-duper organized and unapologetically Type-A, if you are looking for meaningful, creative part-time work, you could be THE ONE. I can’t wait to meet you and for you to add your own awesomeness to this site! Please read on for a description of the position, and if you think it is the right fit for you, please apply.

I also have a huge favor to ask you: Will you please SHARE THIS POST with any organized, creative, and grammar-nerd friends you have? I’d be forever grateful, and the universe will surely reward your goodness with freshly baked cookies.


POSITION DESCRIPTION

Position: Remote Communications Manager

Job Description: To help Well Plated run as efficiently as possible

Hours: Starting at 15-20 hours/week, primarily daytime business hours

Compensation: Dependent on the qualifications of the applicant

Starting Date: Mid-November 2016 (or as available)

Location: This a 100% remote position and candidates can be based anywhere in the United States. Though, I’d love to have someone based in Milwaukee so that we can meet up in person and talk about the merits of cream cheese frosting, that would simply be a side benefit. First and foremost, I am looking for the right person.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Email communication
  • Project management
  • Copyediting
  • Scheduling
  • Graphic design
  • Social media analysis and strategy development
  • Progress tracking
  • Customer support

Looking for a Person Who Is:

  • An incredibly strong communicator, particularly in writing. This is the first and the most important qualification.
  • Resourceful
  • Energetic
  • Organized
  • Tech savvy
  • Analytical
  • Proactive
  • A quick learner and go-getter

To Apply:

Click here to apply. There are 19 questions, about half of them being written response questions. The average time to complete is around 40-50 minutes, based on the first several responses. Please note that the application form is web-based and works best on a desktop computer.

The application will close on October 30th, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. CST. *Update* Please note that the position has been filled, and I am not longer accepting applications. Thanks so much for your interest!

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About Erin Clarke

I’m fearlessly dedicated to making healthy food taste incredible. Wearer of plaid, travel enthusiast, and firmly convinced that sweets and veggies both deserve a place at the table. MORE ABOUT ERIN…

8 comments

  1. Love this! Congrats on needed more help, I’m sure someone great will come your way. I can’t wait to share this with some of my friends, I think you’d be great to work with.

  2. Congrats, Erin! It’s exciting that your blog is growing so fast. I hope you find someone great!

  3. Well, well,well I love the growth❤️ I’m so happy for you and I know you’ll find the right person. If only I didn’t live on Cape Cod, and were 20 years younger ……. Good luck with your search, I look forward to any changes. Keep those delicious recipes coming?

  4. Erin, For Mother’s Day 2016, my niece gave me a Meyer lemon tree and I wanted to find the perfect dessert to make for her with the freshly hand-picked lemons. While searching for a lemon meringue pie I discovered your Lemon Cream Pie. This recipe seemed to be an excellent cross between the meringue pie and a cream cheese cake. While on your website yesterday, I noticed you are looking for a remote communications manager and that peaked my interest as well. Besides being an organized, creative, grammar-nerd who loves cooking, I am a self-employed (16yrs) graphic designer (a career that spans 36yrs) with a wide range of experience, including designing ads for client’s websites. My excitement waned though, when I noticed that the application deadline had passed over a week ago, so I put all my attention back on my pie for dinner and tried to forget about a seemingly wonderful job opportunity. If, in fact, you have found a qualified partner, I respectfully ask that they correct the numerous typos I discovered in the Lemon Cream Pie as well as the Darn Good Whole Wheat Pie Crust recipes. If, on the other hand, your search continues, I wish to be considered to work with you, even in a proof-reading capacity! Oh, and the pie? It got rave reviews! I think the homegrown lemons, sans chemicals, were the perfect touch! P.S. I like your website and plan to search it for more tasty delights for the upcoming holidays!

    • Hi Dianne! I am so happy to hear that you loved the Lemon Cream Pie! I bet it was amazing with homegrown lemons. I apologize for any typos—I spend a lot of time on my recipes and posts, to the extent that sometimes I read what I *think* I wrote, versus what is actually on the screen (plus, by the time I test and publish three a week, my attention to detail isn’t always what I would wish it could be if I had more time). That said, if you ever find typos, please don’t hesitate to let me know what/where they are. I strive for ZERO, so if there are any, I will update them right away! The position for the Communications Manager has been filled, but thank you for your interest anyway. I appreciate it.

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