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The good news? Flavorpill is hiring? The bad news...?

The bad news is, they hate you already and hope you starve to death. But in the meantime, they'll pay you a whole $8/hour (in New York City with it's $8 cost of living) for a whole 24 hours per week to be an IT tech, receptionist, housekeeper, janitor, procurement officer, office culture maven, travel agent, waiter/waitress. There's nothing you can't do, because they're going to make you do every fucking thing in the office. I can start on Monday!

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain an office culture that is aligned with Flavorpill's mission and values.
  • Ensure common areas and meeting spaces are functional and neat.
  • Troubleshoot technical issues with support of our IT department.
  • Purchasing office supplies, snacks, paper products, hardware.
  • Maintain relationships with our suppliers & develop new ones as the office grows.
  • Coordinate and book occasional travel/healthy meals for Flavorpill Executives.
  • Help visitors and new hires feel at home in our beautiful remodeled, office space - providing visitors with coffee/tea/water.
  • Purchase healthy, locally produced snacks and beverages.
  • Maintain sustainability practices within the office: recycling, compost.
  • Plan special events and office celebrations with style and flair!
  • Assisting in other departments as need arises.

About You:

  • You are a passionate consumer of culture.
  • You have at least 1 year of work experience in an office, creative business or in a coffee shop (bonus points for foam art!)
  • Big plus if you're a foodie/coffee lover and excited to engage in provisioning and catering for the office.
  • You are positive and friendly - you will be the first face visitors will see in the office.
  • You have a professional demeanor over the phone.
  • Pro-active problem-solver and troubleshooter.
  • You're handy with tools and capable of simple repairs and installations.
  • Good organization and time management skills
  • You are committed to sustainability and not afraid to get your hands dirty.

Via Emily Gould

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