Supporting Positions At Aulexic
We’re keen to build Our Aulexic Team so that we can provide wonderful opportunities for learning and development to children around Australia and the World.
If you’re looking for work, experience, or volunteering opportunities we would absolutely love to talk to you. This list is a brief outline of the roles we currently need to fill. There is no limitation on the ways helping hands would make lighter work so if you’d like to volunteer your time but don’t see a “job” on this list you feel confident applying for, send me an email and we’ll brainstorm together to see how you can help.
To express your interested in applying for a position in the team at Aulexic send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget to check back from time to time to see what new jobs are available and what new team members we need.
We’re keen to get Aulexic books into bookstores but developing contacts can be time consuming and approaching booksellers requires strong charisma, confidence, and the ability to sell. We’re looking for someone experienced in sales who shares our passion for Aulexic’s quest to improve children’s literacy.
Social Media Manager
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+, LinkedIn, Instagram, and I’m sure there are a dozen I don’t even know about. The way to really make a difference is to reach people in the places they hang out. I do what I can myself for the moment, but would really love to bring on board someone who is a social media magnate willing to wrangle our social media and help us build our following.
We would love to deliver regular fresh content consistently but it’s currently challenging for me to juggle our writers and create content myself on top of all the other jobs I do as CEO & Publisher. What would really help is someone who can support the role by organising a content calendar, keeping our writers accountable (including me!), and ensuring that content is ready and scheduled to go live on the blog every week.
Aulexic presents some fabulous live events. From book launches to workshops, school visits to conferences, and sometimes just being out and about in the world to raise awareness and advocate for disability rights, we do it all. I’d really love it if sometimes we could get some of that captured in quality, high-resolution photographs so that we can share more of what we’re doing with our followers. (Must be local to Western Australia.)
Aulexic presents some fabulous live events. From book launches to workshops, school visits to conferences, and sometimes just being out and about in the world to raise awareness and advocate for disability rights, we do it all. I’d really love it if sometimes we could get some of that captured in quality, well-edited video so that we can share more of what we’re doing in our blog and on YouTube. (Must be local to Western Australia.)
We’d love to work with someone who has an eye for design and knows their way around Photoshop. From images for social media sharing; featured images for blog posts; slider images to promote special events, features, and new releases; fun and engaging images to include in our blog content; and fancy, beautiful designs for PDF printables. If you’re a visual-aesthetic wonder Aulexic needs you!
We’re looking for a Web wizard who is experienced in WordPress, can HTML/CSS like a boss, and knows how to keep a website well honed, updated, and optimised. Experience in current best practices for SEO is an advantage and willingness to work on an on-call project basis is a must.
Content Writers & Guest Posts
We’re always looking for a writers to contribute blog posts of 300 to 2,500 words. We would love blog posts on topics such as early reading development, what the research says about language and literacy development, learning disabilities and learning to read and write, parenting/teaching a struggling reader, how to develop a child’s reading confidence, the importance of reading together and associating books with love, security and joy, books that inspire children to read, etc. We have a big list of ideas and suggestions if you don’t have your own, or suggest something that you think would suit our audience.
CEO & Publisher
Phone: 0423 037 054
Bec J. Smith
The West Australian author trio of Rebecca Laffar-Smith and her two children, Kaylie (born 2000) and Joshua (born 2004). Read more…
A talented artist and children’s book illustrator, Adit lives in Indonesia and creates the beautiful full-colour illustrations for the P.I. Penguin series books. Read more…
Rhiannon J. Dickson
An up-and-coming young West Australian illustrator, Rhiannon is just 15 years of age and creates the beautiful hand-drawn black and white illustrations for the P.I. Penguin activity books. More Coming Soon…