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Get Set Hire is a specialist hire company for the TV, film, fashion and photography industries. My primary role was to liaise with clients of all professional levels via phone, email and in person, build relationships with them and ensure their needs were always met. I took ownership of content writing for the new website launched in September which includes a company blog as well as information on all of the hire products, ensuring I maintained company tone and style. Furthermore, I created the metadata for the website and worked on SEO to maximise hits from google and improve search rankings. I have also developed my Photoshop skills by designing user-friendly information/instruction sheets to be sent out with equipment as well as an in-house training package and editing images for the new website.
Duties Include: Handling all incoming calls and general email correspondence, creating invoices, updating the database, resourcing CVs, formatting CVs to send to clients, telephoning candidates, updating and managing all social media and updating the website, writing press releases, using Microsoft Office and Red Rabbit software. Also attended PR Masterclass training event.
Duties Included: Representing the charity and maintaining their brand image, educating the public in water and beach safety, recruiting people to financially support the charity/selling membership, handling sensitive information and cash, organisation and logistical planning for events.
Duties Included: General office administration, Interviewing members of the public, council, business owners and minor celebrities, handling important and sometimes difficult phone calls, following leads, composing articles, speed-typing, proof reading, finding stories and creating/editing copy for print and online, including repurposing print articles for social media and the website, working with the whole team to meet tight deadlines. Achieved the front page of local paper and also in the national branch of the newspaper.