Web and multimedia content developer
Suffoir is a working farm, housing a micro-winery, -brewery, -cidery, -distillery and our cellar door. Our artisanal wine, craft beer, gin, and cider are sustainably produced, with a focus on holistic living. Everything is driven by the philosophy of producing high-quality products, honouring our heritage, and ensuring that ingenuity perpetually flows from our soils and cellar door straight into the heart of our products.
Suffoir hosts the popular “Music in the Vines” event each year .
Michelle and Pieter are keen to provide an opportunity in Marketing and Communications to give knowledge and awareness of the Career Pathways available in our region.
Skills You Might Learn
You will gain skills in Marketing and Communications with an insight to the tourism industry.
You will gain skills of working independently in a small family run business gaining employability skills that can follow you anywhere.
Typical Tasks & Duties
Your tasks may include:
• Social Media and Website support
• Graphic Design & Marketing
• Administration & e-communications
• General Office Duties including general administration tasks, telephone and customer service may be required.
You must have a genuine interest in in Marketing and Business Studies and pocess good IT skills.
You will need to be adaptable given daily tasks will vary as weather and season will determine the priority of tasks at hand in this small family run business.
You must be able to self-motivate and work independently on tasks instructed therefore require good listening and communication skills.
Neat casual and tidy presentation.
Special Transport Requirements
Must be able to organise own transport to and from MacArthur. Travel Arrangement form to be signed prior to commencement of placement as travel on the property may be required
RELATED COURSES INCLUDE
- 22480VIC - Certificate II in Small Business (Operations / Innovation)
- ICT20115 - Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology
- VCE20116 - Industry & Enterprise
- VIC20116 - VCAL Studies