Imagine having the opportunity in 1994 to join Google? This year is your chance. 2021 sees the launch of List Local, a brand new Melbourne based tech company. List Local aims to put businesses around Australia on a list at the top of Google’s search results. The company has positions available with recruitment manager Sam Huth assessing applicants now.
Instead of creating a directory like Yellow Pages, relying on customers stumbling across their website, List Local aims to put your business at the very top of Google search results.
SAM HUTH JOINS LIST LOCAL
Sam Huth (DJ Sammy) well known for his DJ residences and guest spots at Brisbane’s nightclubs including The Beat Megaclub and Fluffy, is the new head recruitment manager for List Local’s brand-new Queensland office.
Newly appointed CEO Luke Farrell hired Sam as his first task. Sam is on the lookout for account managers to help launch the product from the new Southport call centre. Sam says you don’t need any experience for this job as the company provides full training. It’s a 9 to 5, Monday to Friday job so there is no night or weekend work and uncapped pay!
Sam says uncapped means the ability to earn anywhere from $500 to $5000 a week, based on performance, depending on your desire to grow and learn with the company, building great relationships with clients and customers around Australia. As an LGBTQIA-friendly brand, List Local encourages people of all nationalities, demographics, and backgrounds to apply. The company wants a diverse team that can work with clients from all communities. There are positions available right now.
Luke Farrell, with 20 years’ experience in the industry, said that with the end of JobKeeper, the company wanted to launch the new product to assist Australian businesses. List Local will make businesses easier to find on Google.
List Local launching in Adelaide
It will also assist unemployed Australians desperately looking to re-enter the workforce. List Local is starting by launching to businesses in Adelaide before later expanding their lists to every corner of Australia. Luke said the difference between this product and other directories is the focus on customer service. List Local delivers both great advertising and customer satisfaction. The company offers businesses a no-cost trial prior to signing up for any advertising plan.
List Local will later launch opportunities for people in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide to work from home. For now, during the beta stages, the company encourages people from Brisbane and SE Queensland to apply. With over 100 applications per day, the company will get back to applicants shortlisted for an interview and they will then be invited to take part in a group training day.
With positions available now, if you think you have what it takes and you want to join in the fun of launching the brand-new product, then contact Sam. Opportunities like this only come along once in a lifetime. We hope, like Sam, you can be part of the journey of this brand new tech company.
Watch this space! We will share the journey of List Local in future editions of QNews.
Take the next step and email Sam today! email@example.com
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