We're hiring!

We’re on the hunt for some outstanding talent to join Don’t Cry Wolf

Well, what a start to the year it’s been!

Don’t Cry Wolf has been growing responsibly, doing great work and making sure that we have a positive impact on the world around us.

But now, we need some help.

We’re looking for smart, talented and ambitious people to join our team. If you want to put a label on it, we’re looking for public relations professionals, primarily in the B2B space, at SAM and SAE who are looking to take a step up.

What makes a perfect person?

No idea.

We’re not after perfection. We’re after people with an insatiable desire to do the right thing. They should be prepared for hard graft with bags of autonomy. Humour, honesty and courage are not just desirable, they’re bloody essential character traits.

What do we offer?

Well, firstly, we pay well. That’s important. But we also offer some great benefits such as 12 weeks paid paternity and maternity, private health insurance, charity days, and total flexibility with where you work.

We choose our clients carefully. So they’re all bloody lovely and work with us because they believe in our approach. That’s important, for them and for us.

Finally, we’ll invest in your personal and professional ambitions. That means coaching, support in your interests and side hustles, training and a career path that’s forged for you rather than conforming to industry norms.

If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, ping across a note to hello@dontcrywolf.com and let’s get to know each other a bit more.


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