Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
CASSOWARY Coast Business Women’s Network is searching for two more members to join their executive team as the Marketing/Social Media Officer and Secretary.
It is only through everyone chipping in a little that the network can continue to operate so, please join the team, as we have a great executive, who work well together, and many hands make light work.
CCBWN wish to update the business directory on their website and hope to have this reinstated again soon.
Until we have a Marketing/Social Media Officer, executive team members are all assisting where they can.
The role of the Marketing/Social Media Officer includes:
The Secretary’s role includes:
Learning the processes/systems is expected to take a few hours, however the normal time commitment is expected to average around two hours per month.
Some months require more time, whilst some will be less, depending on the projects happening.
If there is anyone who may be able to assist with either of these roles, please email the executive:
Newbies are welcome, and CCBWN has a very supportive executive team that are very flexible in helping each other, wherever it is needed.
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