My client Lianne Phillipson is hiring a Tech Savvy Virtual Assistant!
Please note this is a virtual position.
From Lianne: I am looking for someone located in Canada or bills in Canadian dollars that can support me in my online and in-person nutrition business. You need to have a love and good knowledge of technology, customer service and be able to do copywriting. I use a lot of different online programs, so you’d need to open to learning (and learn fast) to get up to speed on what’s needed. You also need to be detail oriented and love what you do as it involves supporting myself to grow my business. There is always a lot going on, with many different projects, so I’m really looking for someone that knows how to take initiative, feels invested in who they work with and is looking a long term work role.
- Project management
- Customer service
- Social media management
- Creating images in Canva
- Editing and proofing writing
- Formatting and send emails through Infusionsoft
- Setting up simple campaigns in Infusionsoft
- Creating optin/landing pages using Divi theme
- Simple WordPress edits
- Formatting/scheduling blog posts
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Project management – general project management. Marketing, content creation of some blogs, webinars–I usually do all first drafts, as well as managing campaigns and projects. I use Asana to map out each project and what’s needed. You’d be involved in setting those up and keeping on top of them. Then I will have bigger projects at times like my New Eaters launch but I have the process all mapped out already. Part of this is keeping me accountable (or others if involved).
Customer service – this involves responding to client/customer emails that come in through Helpscout email service. I do in-person and virtual consultations to overseeing this and helping to streamline it is needed. Also, answering some client queries and replying with canned responses to common questions in a supportive way.
Social media management – making sure social media is scheduled, images created in Canva or similar (and branded), responding to comments on sm, posting in groups, and such. At times you may need to pull posts from my blogs, other writing, find quotes, etc.
Editing and proofing writing – Any writing I do needs to be edited. I mainly write blogs and my weekly newsletter. At times I do have other types of content I create that needs to be edited. Copywriting and taking initiative on making what I write sound or flow better and incorporate marketing for products, services or campaigns.
Infusionsoft (CRM and email management) – this would involve sending one off emails through Infusionsoft (so blog posts or newsletter), webinar & launch promos, and other things like that. Dealing with any payment issues during launches. Editing and creating web forms will be needed occasionally as well as simple campaign creation. IS offers great support and many free campaigns already created, you need to have the initiative to find them, figure out the how-to and streamline it all. IS also have tons of free tutorials to watch and learn from.
Landing Pages w/Divi – I use the Divi theme for one of my micro-sites. At times I will need webinar optins created as well as edits to a sales page. If you don’t know how to use it they have a lot of free training. Again, you need to have the initiative to learn what’s needed and make what we’ve got, better.
WordPress and blogs – Two of my sites are WordPress site and at times need copy edited or a photo changed. This also includes formatting and scheduling my blog posts. Basic skills are all you need for this but if you are advanced that’s great along with knowing the Divi theme as I mention above.
I think to start this will be about 5 to 10 hours a week but could quickly grow into more. And the faster you learn, the faster you can take on more responsibilities.