Since I am already shamelessly neglecting my woefully abandoned blog, I might as well exploit it to the max by publicising some positions I am hiring in my new company.
BODYPUMP & BODYCOMBAT INSTRUCTOR
You hop onto stage, do some funny dance for 60 minutes and make sure 30+ other people in the studio do the EXACT same thing that you do.
Since there are no licensed Les Mills BodyPump/BodyCombat instructor in Kuching, I am happy to hire anyone experienced from throughout Malaysia or Singapore. Whoever wanna go on a free trip to Kuching, e-mail me and I’ll sponsor your flights and stay.
Brazilian instructors who can attract rich tai-tai aunties are welcome to apply.
Can do part-time work as gigolo also.
Ideally I’d want someone who can stay in Kuching for the long-term – at least 3 months lah, but I’m happy even if you can stay for a week or two.
MARKETING & COMMUNICATION EXECUTIVE
Since the day my fitness centre opens for business, I find myself juggling multiple balls at the same time.
Huge balls too.
In theory, my position in Level Up Fitness is “Executive Director”.
In practice, my position is “Executive Director / IT Manager / Graphic Designer / Marketing Manager / Front Desk Receptionist / Juice Bar Tender / Cleaner”
In other words, ham pa lang pow ka leow.
This is an ad I designed myself to promote our BLT class. (Don’t ask how I know this exercise is supposed to guarantee a sexier body.)
I need a Marcomm Executive who can help me to copywrite and design artwork for the fitness centre’s various marketing campaigns. You’ll be working very closely with me. Some publishing experience, proficiency in Photoshop and fluency in written English is a must.
Since the internet is a core part of my strategy, this is the only position in the company that I shall allow to blog or Facebook during working hours.
That doesn’t mean you can slack during working hours.
I already know about the “set Microsoft Excel as your desktop background” tactic, so don’t even try that (‘cos I used to use that tactic before myself).
FRONT DESK INTERN
During peak hours, the front desk is easily the busiest part of the fitness centre.
But it’s also the most fun position of the company, because you get to see every member who walks in and out.
Over at my company, being a front desk receptionist is more than just being an attractive young girl in short skirts, greeting members as they walk in.
I am lucky to have hired really fantastic front desk staff with loads of experience. But I reckon there’s room for one more.
This is an intern position that would suit anyone wanting to gain experience in the hospitality industry. You’ll be trained by my manager, who’s worked in so many front desks around the world she could be re-born as a Japanese zhao chai mao.
Interested applicants may e-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
In another news, I dunno why I always accidentally type “Body Pump Instructor” as “Body Pimp Instructor”. 🙁
AD: To be a part of Generasi Hebat, you gotta be one step ahead of your competition. That means leaving nothing to chances. That means having a backup plan in case something goes wrong.
Don’t be like how I ended up with not enough membership cards to give out, because I completely underestimated how well my fitness centre is gonna sell.