Corporate Communications supports all DCP's businesses through external media and trade relations, internal communications, and communications with licensees. The team includes public relations professionals, web DESIGN, management, and operations professionals, and employee communications experts. RESPONSIBILITIES:We are seeking an ambitious, self-motivated Public Relations professional to join our team. Reporting to the Senior Manager, Public Relations, this position is responsible for implementation of PR strategies and media relations activities on a diverse range of initiatives from new product launches, franchise development to corporate initiatives and trade events. The role works closely with franchise development teams and cross line of business executives to garner maximum exposure for licensed Disney products and position DCP as a leading consumer products company. • Develop and implement media and PR strategies for a variety of campaigns including corporate, product and franchise initiatives • Build and grow relationships with media and generate press coverage through proactive pitching • Write creative and standout press releases, media alerts, pitch letters, fact sheets, web content and other press materials • Research and develop effective story angles and secure editorial opportunities • Assist in planning and executing PR events, media tours and briefings • Coordinate giveaway promotions, product sample requests, mailings, tracking grids and follow through to secure press coverage • Manage campaign tracking, including press clipping coordination, maintaining tracking reports and creating recap presentations • Manage master editorial calendar & award program • Coordinate with cross lines of business, consultants and companywide divisions to maximize PR opportunities • Support PR managers as needed EDUCATION: • Bachelors degree in communications, journalism, public relations, English or related fieldREQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS:• 3-5 years of direct PR/media relations experience with consumer products, family/lifestyle consumer segments a plus; agency experience preferred • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Creative thinker who understands facets of PR and marketing • Extreme attention to detail, flexible with change and strong ability to manage multiple projects • Passion for consumer goods and family entertainment • Team player with ability to work in fast-paced and rapidly changing environment• Excellent media relationships with business and consumer media • Proven track record with developing PR plans and securing press coverage • Computer literacy in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Bacon's and ability to learn new software applications as necessary • Some travel required; must be open to working additional hours as required by projects
CONTACT: Apply online at: https://disney.recruitmax.com/main/careerportal/Job_Profile.cfm?szOrderID=135039&szReturnToSearch=1&szWordsToHighlight=design <https://disney.recruitmax.com/main/careerportal/Job_Profile.cfm?szOrderID=135039&szReturnToSearch=1&szWordsToHighlight=design>
Night News Editor- Nielsen Business Media (Los Angeles, CA)
Job Requirements Nielsen Business Media is a leading market-focused provider of integrated information and sales and marketing solutions, helping businesses go to market more effectively and efficiently. Serving seven major market groups, and 30 individual markets, spanning the entertainment, media and marketing, retail, travel and performance, design, and life sciences industries, Nielsen Business Media provides business-to-business products and services in print, online and in person. With 42 publications, over 60 trade shows and 185 digital products and services, Nielsen Business Media offers insight, analysis and face-to-face contacts to help professionals better understand their markets, sell and service their customers, and grow their businesses. Nielsen Business Media's portfolio includes market leaders such as Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter, Adweek, National Jeweler, Progressive Grocer, and Successful Meetings. Manage digital publishing and presentation of news during late/PM shift, which includes: *Exercising independent news judgment at night and on weekends for news placement, writing of breaking news alerts. Communication with print editors and reporters as needed; monitor wires and late-breaking news on sister publications *Aggressive, reader-focused approach to packaging of news content with an eye toward related coverage, supporting video, multimedia, original/exclu web content and bugs to online content in print *oversight of the bulk of the content destined for print; *publish daily newsletter products, including nightly THR Direct *tend to blogs on Sundays *coordinate content online with sibling publications on late and Sunday shift *Support and work with News Director on identifying and implementing ways to get news stories published online quicker and better throughout the day and to track the competition; *also advise ND and Editor on efficiency initiatives for news editing flow and best practices for web heds, other efforts to tailor content for best play digital forms. *Train and oversee Night News Interns day to day with Senior News Editor *Skills: Proficient with Photoshop, blog software and Web-based content loading and CMS systems, Brightcove Web video system preferred *Swing shifts some holidays and special events and breaking off-hours news *Efficient, detail-oriented approach managing regular and irregular workflows. Reports to News Director Sun 11-5:30; Mon-Thurs 2-11 +demonstrated news judgment, content and copy editing and online headline writing skills +ability to work proactively and independently +experience with online content management systems, Photoshop, blogging software and Brightcove video preferred +collaborative, proactive, positive professional approach to team work +3-4 years working in a deadline-oriented news environment, preferably with online journalism +experience in entertainment business journalism preferred Key Skills/Competencies: +news judgment, demonstrating strategic and editorially sound placement and play of content +newsroom leadership, expanding and improving the integration of THR's print and digital products +creative, strategic, aggressive, reader-serving content packaging skills +operational efficiency and intiatives to better sell and tell our content, get the news up faster and stickier +flexible, positive, collaborative, proactive attitude and approach to the role Education Qualifications: college degree We offer dynamic careers that give you the opportunity to contribute and the room to grow. You can create a wide career path across all of our businesses. Nielsen promotes and enforces a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) for all individuals.
CONTACT: To apply online, please Click Here. http://www.mediabistro.com/joblistings/jobview.asp?joid=70014&page=1
For more information, please visit, www.nielsen.com
Fashion Assistant--Los Angeles- Condé Nast Publications (Los Angeles, CA)
Job Requirements The Fashion Assistant supports the fashion department of the magazine. It is a balance of administrative and creative responsibilities, as assistants are both managing their editor's office as well as contributing to the concept development of fashion pages. Assistants are expected to manage the incoming and outgoing flow of merchandise, facilitate the organization of photo shoots, before, during and after, as well as complete any projects that contribute to the issue's closing. The assistant should be self-motivated, detail and deadline oriented, and highly organized. The long hours and hectic schedule in this position require that the assistant have experience multitasking in a high stress environment. Previous consumer magazine experience in fashion is preferred. About Our Company Condé Nast Publications, a unit of Advance Publications, includes twenty-seven consumer magazines, five destination web sites, and the Condé Nast Media Group.
CONTACT: Please visit Condé Nast Careers to view job opportunities, complete a profile and upload your résumé. http://www.mediabistro.com/joblistings/jobview.asp?joid=69955&page=1
PR Manager - MySpace Music (Beverly Hills, CA)
Social Networking is one of the hottest sectors on the web in recent years. MySpace.com has emerged as the definitive leader in this space and is the number one highest trafficked site on the Internet in four years since launch. Our users use MySpace to meet friends, find and listen to new bands/music, blog, plan events, play games, and participate in user forums and groups. MySpace, with over 200 million users, has revolutionized the way people interact and plan their social lives. The in-house communications team oversees the MySpace media bureau as well as all public relations functions for the company including programming and content PR, international expansion, crisis communication, and analyst relations. Job Description: MySpace is looking for an experienced and energetic new addition to our growing in-house team of communications professionals. As a member of the MySpace corporate communications team, this person will manage the day to day communications for the MySpace Music platform. This individual will be responsible for related proactive media outreach, industry relations, and will report to the Director and VP of Communications. Duties: PR Manager MySpace Music Newly created position will manage the day-to-day communications of the MySpace Music platform including: o Maintaining music industry media relations across all verticals (print, online, broadcast, long lead, etc) o Pitching and placing MySpace Music "rising stars" (e.g. Sean Kingston, Lily Allen) o Managing/ staffing/ preparing day to day communication for music programming events such as Secret Shows and The List o Overseeing communication strategy for album releases and exclusives on MySpace o Serving as the primary communications point for MySpace Records o Helping draft/ update/ create/ distribute music messaging o Collaborate directly with the Marketing and Communications teams to determine effective communications strategies for upcoming MySpace Music Events including: New Artist Introductions, MySpace Record Releases and Concerts. Experience: o 4-7 years of related PR & corporate communication experience. o PR agency or in-house related work experience working for a music label and or online media company mandatory. o Strong, music industry, consumer and business media relationships and relevant client experience essential. BA/BSA degree in journalism, communications or equivalent. o Ability to work in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment.
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Media Scheduling Coordinator- Disney ABC TV Group (Burbank, CA)
This position requires an understanding of the basics of promotions on television and of scheduling procedures in GRiP It and Enterprise Systems. The Media Planning Coordinator will work closely with Traffic to insure timely and accurate completion of daily logs, as well as cross-train in the area of long form scheduling to serve as a primary backup for other members of the scheduling team. Responsibilities: • Insure proper implementation of promotional elements according to format clocks. • Schedule on-air promotions and interstitial elements in program breaks to optimize viewer navigation throughout day • Maintain familiarity with OAP priorities and available promotional elements to help drive ratings and enrich viewing experience • Coordinate implementation of all on-air support for stunts and special program events • Provide input regarding the development of needed promotional elements (i.e., spot lengths, tracks) • Be able to proofread logs of other team members for errors and adherence to promotional priorities. • Have clear understanding of Disney Channel promotional terms, formats and on air look with the ability to train others in the basics of short form scheduling. • Be able to pull lists of available spots for Filemaker Pro database system regarding active promotional elements by series for people outside the primary scheduling team. • Cross train in the area of long form programming for Disney Channel or Jetix in order to provide necessary backup to the team as needed. Job Related Experience: • Minimum 1 year in media related field preferred • GRiP It and Enterprise Systems knowledge is a plus • Can demonstrate ability to follow directions and take ownership of assignments to completion • Must work well under deadline pressure and exhibit ability to be a strong team player Technical Experience: Proficient in the following Applications: Filemaker Pro, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, Internet Explorer (or Netscape) Proficient in the following System Software: GRiP It; Enterprise (Traffic); also requires some familiarity with System Information Management System or SIMS (for long form Scheduling); Job Related Education: College degree in Television or related field preferred Requisition ID: 130381
CONTACT: Please apply to requisition 130381 at http://www.disneycareers.com
Editorial Assistant- Maxim Magazine (Los Angeles, CA)
Maxim's West Coast Editor is seeking an an energetic, detail-oriented Editorial Assistant. Duties/Responsibilities: The job involves administrative duties, including, but not limited to, updating schedules and databases, making travel arrangements, processing mail and invoices, research, and fact-checking. Qualifications: The ideal candidate should have a bachelor's degree in English, Journalism, or a related field and very strong grammar, spelling, and organizational skills. He/she should be extremely detail oriented, and comfortable handling multiple tasks simultaneously. Experience at a magazine or website is preferred. Alpha Media Group Inc. is the publisher of Maxim and Blender Magazines. EOE/M/F/V/D Special Instructions: Please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include Editorial Assistant in the subject line when applying Communications Coordinator- Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, CA)Assist in the research, development and implementation of external communications and media relations plans, with specific responsibility for PR administrative needs and digital photo fulfillment. Responsibilities: • Story Development o Draft Press Releases and Media Alerts o Monitor and track Editorial Calendars and publications for recommendations of possible story cultivation (special editions, upcoming Art Center events, etc.) o Maintain story grid and internal editorial calendar grid o Review ProfNet leads for media opportunities o Coordinate incoming information for use in pitches, press releases/media alerts, calendar listings, NewsBrief, Media Calendar, and other opportunities o Creation and distribution of media advisories, press releases, media alerts and calendar listings o Work with Director to develop pitch materials • Media requests and fulfillment o Initial intake of media requests; coordinate arrangement for interviews o Plan and facilitate media opportunities on campus, where appropriate o Develop background materials for announcements, Q&A, talking points o Arrange publicity photo shoots and establish and maintain department's digital library; handle photo fulfillment in relation to stories in process o Update and customize media kits and post to website and work with Administrative Assistant to produce media kit materials as required (i.e. CDs, sleeves, labels) o Monitor media for completed stories • Media monitoring o Monitor Google/Yahoo (and others as identified) with key word alerts and searches o Check daily online editions of Pasadena Star-News, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal and The New York Times (and other relevant periodicals, dailies, and website) for mentions Art Center College of Design or items of interest ? Skim hardcopies and advise Administrative Assistant of articles that need to be captured/scanned for distribution and filing ? Monitor to make sure the these are done in a timely manner ? Advise Director of pertinent articles/writers o Utilize Vocus On-Demand Software online monitoring service to find articles about Art Center and specific key search terms and advise Director of pertinent articles/writers o Utilize library research tools to search mentions of the College o Review library copies of leading art and design magazines for Art Center coverage, and possible story cultivation • Recording keeping and reporting o Develop and maintain departmental calendars/grids, including listing of Press Releases, Calendar Listings, and Media Alerts and speaking appearances by senior staff and education leadership o Maintain master media list/database o Create and maintain files for pull-quotes about Art Center in the media o Create and maintain files for faculty & student awards and accomplishments o Create and maintain project and event files (hard copy and server), including all marketing plans, printed materials, media outreach and resulting coverage o Measure results and media coverage, keeping clippings analysis and preparing quarterly media reports o Design Competitions for Art Center Publications Monitor upcoming competitions for possible submissions Gather all information and prepare submissions Monitor results and distribute as necessary • Coordinate preparations and recordkeeping for Communications Council meetings • Coordinate and set up all exhibits promoting Art Center to the media • Lecture News - Do interviews with speakers and attend lectures (TLS and Business Dialogue) and prepare synopsis for posting to Art Center Web site using CMS tool Qualifications: Degree in Communications, Journalism, Marketing or related field. Three to five years professional experience in public relations/media relations, with agency experience preferred but not required, and some direct experience in design and web-based communications. Proficiency with both PC and MAC on the following programs: Word, Excel, Acrobat, Filemaker Pro, Power Point, Photoshop, Illustrator, Quark, Iphoto and InDesign. Working knowledge of IDVD, IMovie, Razor's Edge, MacWise. Additional technical skills include working knowledge of digital photography (digitizing, cleaning, resizing, scanning, etc.) and video photography and editing. Excellent writing skills and the ability to meet tight and multiple deadlines. Must have excellent oral communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to juggle multiple tasks in a faced paced environment. An outgoing, enthusiastic personality, with ability to communicate effectively with team members and staff across the college also necessary.
CONTACT: To apply, submit cover letter, resume and salary history to email@example.com
Editor, Fiction- TOKYOPOP Inc. (Los Angeles, CA USA)
Seeking experienced Editor to shepherd fantasy-genre young adult novels from conception to completion. The successful candidate will be able to produce quality manuscripts quickly and accurately, performing edits, proofreads, and copyedits that result in consistency and accuracy in style, grammar, and punctuation. Responsibilities: • Oversee all stages of books/projects to meet deadlines and quality standards • Manage and perform editing, copyediting, and proofreading for style, grammar, punctuation, consistency, and accuracy (includes ensuring accuracy of bibliographic information as well as reviewing each stage of the production process, from original translation to blue lines) • Assist Design and Marketing by providing appropriate synopses and other materials related to books/projects Qualifications: • A minimum of 2+ years professional editorial experience • Strong familiarity with proofreader's marks and The Chicago Manual of Style • Computer proficiency with basic word processing and spreadsheet software; Macintosh and InDesign experience preferred • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and time-management skills • Solid verbal and written communication skills, with ability to present oneself professionally • Ability to work under pressure in a deadline-oriented environment * Ability to work independently with minimal supervision * Familiarity with Japanese language and culture a plus, but not required Contact Human Resources ( firstname.lastname@example.org) Special Instructions NO Phone Calls. Communications Manager- L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center The new communications manager will work closely with the other four members of the Marketing Communications team to help the Center effectively and creatively communicate with its diverse constituency. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: * Draft most of the Center's written communications, including: monthly newsletter, news releases, blog entries, annual report, opinion pieces and action alerts. * Manage production of the Center's monthly newsletter, Vanguard, working closely with the Manager of Creative Services who designs the newsletter. * Develop new ideas for website content and ensure that the content is fresh and relevant. * Develop and pitch stories to the press regarding the Center's programs, activities and events, including AIDS/LifeCycle, and answer and respond to routine calls from reporters. * Lead the development of new marketing collateral (brochures, fliers, palm cards, etc.), working closely with the Manager of Creative Services, to promote the Center and each of its programs. * Update and maintain the Center's style guide and review marketing collateral developed by program staff to ensure it adheres to the Center's style. * Provide community relations support, including coordinating the Center's activities at the Christopher Street West pride parade/festival. JOB QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:* At least 5 years of public relations/journalism/publications experience. * Only those with exceptional writing and copy editing skills, and the demonstrated ability to write quickly, will be considered. * Exceptionally creative, with the ability to conceptualize and develop ideas that will further our marketing communications objectives, especially in regard to new media. * Bilingual (written/verbal) English/Spanish strongly preferred. * Demonstrated ability to work in fast-paced environment, under extremely tight deadlines, and simultaneously manage multiple projects. * Familiarity with issues that particularly impact the LGBT community. * Willing to work some evenings and weekends to meet deadlines, as necessary, or to provide support for special events. * Demonstrated ability to work sensitively and effectively with people from all backgrounds including a diverse array of races, genders, ethnicities, ages and sexual orientations in a multicultural environment. About Our Company Since 1971 the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center has been caring for the health, enriching the lives and advocating for the rights of LGBT people in Los Angeles. Today it's the largest LGBT organization in the world with a staff of 300 people and a yearly budget of $43 million. We offer outstanding employee benefits such as: employer-paid health, vision and dental with a domestic partner option; employer-paid life and long-term disability insurance; employee assistance program; optional 403(b) retirement program; supplemental term life; 12 days paid vacation during first year of employment; 10 paid holidays and three floating holidays per year. Visit us on the web at: http://www.lagaycenter.org/
Contact Mr. James Key Email Address email@example.com Address 1625 N. Schrader Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028 USA Phone 323-993-7623 Fax 323-308-4070 Special Instructions Please send cover letter AND writing samples (Word or PDF format) with resume. No phone calls, please.
Support project mgmt team in design and production o publications, mktg communications and community outreach materials; implment design and production of in-house projects as assigned; coordinte creation and production of outsourced projects w/existing vendors; evaluae project requests and develop creative/innovative solutions to mktg and comunication problems; maintain high standards of service excellence both ithin the mktg team and w/internal Montefiore clients. Req A in Fine Arts, Graphic Design or Communications pref, 3-5 yr work exp in a corporate graphic communications area or advertising agency whands-on responsibility for the creation of mktg communications vehicles, avanced desktop publishing skills; PhotoShop, Illustrator, QuarkXPress ad/or InDesign, and Adobe Acrobat on a PC platform; knowledgeable n Flash Macromedia, HTML and web design skills, exp creating HTML email, thorough knowledge of estimating, printing and production processes, etreme attn to detail and basic grammar and proofreading skills (writing skill a HUGE PLUS), strong presentation, orgz and interpersonal skills; advancedgraphic design skills in PhotoShop, Illustrator, QuarkXPress and/or Inesign, and Adobe Acrobat on a PC platform and exp w/Flash Macromedi, HTML and web design, familiarity creating HTML emails a plus. http://ww.montefiore.org/ . Low $50K. CONTACT: Ltr/resue/link to an online portfolio/3 samples of original designs in PDF formt to: firstname.lastname@example.org . Montefior Medical Center, R. Scibior, 111 East 210th St, Bronx, NY 10467. Email:email@example.com. App ddl: 02/17/08.
KENNEDY CENTER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM.
Placements in advertising, development, education, press, programming, roduction, technology, and the Natl Symphony Orchestra. Interns receie a weekly stipend of $225 to help defray housing and transportationcosts. College credit may be available. www.kennedy-center.org/eduation/artsmanagement . App ddls: Fall: 06/15; Winter/Spring: 10/25; Summer: 03/01.
CONTACT: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Position located in Washington, DC.
Creative arts case manager.
Provide ongoing risk assessments, behavior change counseing, risk reduction plans and referrals to homeless and street-involved yung people between the ages of 14 and 24; collaborate w/other YOF staff membes to maintain a safe and youth-centered environment at the drop-in tr; coordinate art activities in the ctr. Req BA or 3 yrs exp providing services, opportunities, and supports to young people; understnding of diverse youth culture(s); knowledge of youth development principles nd practice and trauma-informed services; understanding of harm reduction pinciples and practice; exp in creative arts activities w/young adults, epecially the visual and musical arts; strong group facilitation skills; bility to engage in informed, respectful, and youth-centered discussions aout sexuality, substance use, HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, and other STDs; comfrt w/using / learning Macintosh computer music software; ability to use conlict resolution and/or mediation techniques; strong written and oral commnication skills. $29-32K. http://www.ccaa.org/.
CONTACT: Ltr/rsume to: Ayala Livny, Cambridge Cares about AIDS, 17 Sellers St., ambridge, MA 02139. Fax: 617.661.2805. Email: email@example.com. App ddl: 0111/08.
Identify stories, photos and graphics from wiresand freelancers; report/write original stories once a week; work on occsional original projects; layout sharp biz pgs in Quark on a daily ddl; write headlines and captions; oversee freelaners, assign stories and edit copy; maintain biz pg on amNY.com. Req BA/BS i journalism, 2-3 yrs exp working at a daily newspaper, wire service or magz;skilled in Quark, strong biz news judgment, ability to work well on dily ddls, high attn to detail and excellent orgz, knowledge of New Yrk City a plus.
CONTACT: amNewYork Managing Editor Rolando Pujol. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls. Position located in New York, NY.
Write major feature stories and profles, monitor breaking biz news and post news shorts on the website. Req websavvy, excellent reporting skills, knowledge of the biz world, 1 or 2 yrs ep in writing magz articles.
CONTACT: Resume/ltr/sal req to email@example.com www.incisivemedia.com. www.alm.com . HR. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Position located in New York, NY.
Assist w/all stages of manuscript development proces from acquisitions through production. Req BA/BS, pref in the sciences, excelent computer, written/verbal comm skills; ability to work in a fast-paced enironment, interest in publishing and biology, editing exp a plus.
Apply at ww.macmillan.com , click on CAREERS. HR, Bedord, Freeman & Worth Publishing Group LLC, 75 Fifth Ave, New York, NY 10010.
NEW MEDIA SALES COORDINATOR.
Assist account executies to develop effective online ad campaigns using both traditional and interctive/dynamic ads, fulfill the online placement of internet campaigns maintain web stats and ad inventory, prep printed and Powerpoint sales prsentations. Req skills in Powerpoint, Excel and Photoshop, exp or traiing, internet sales or mktg exp. superior verbal/written communication sklls.
Resume to: Station Manager, WWLP-TV 22, PO Box 2210, Springfield, M 01102-2210. Email:
email@example.com . No calls.
FT. Write for product buying guides and fact check; maitain and manage editorial databases and file systems; general adminisration. Req BA/BS; administrative or office exp; knowledge of, and exp w/, atabases, Word and Photoshop; fanatical attn to detail.
Resume in text of email. Mr. Michael Carey, Restore Media LLC, 45 Main St, Ste 705 Brooklyn, NY 11201. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Studio Production Coordinator.
Book freelancers, distribute cll sheets, train on workplace policies; prepare daily Production Report; overee inventory process for projects from truck packing to returned items afer breakdown; maintain photo library of props; research and update Project Maagers and Design Dept w/project material cost quotes; manage and dispatch driers for pick-ups/deliveries; supervise shipping processes for out of town projects; actas point person for facilities maintenance. Req BA/BS, 2-3 yrs exp in producton environment, able to meet ddls, good presentation skills, excellent wrtten and oral communication skills, skilled in applicable computer programs Excel, Microsoft Office.
Resume/ltr/sal req to Larry Barlow, 87 Luquer St Brooklyn, NY 11231. Email:
email@example.com . No phone calls.
Implement publicity campaigns for key titles, coordinateand oversee galley and book mailings, meet w/authors, write press release, and coordinate author events. Req 1-3 yrs inbook publicity, strong communication skills (oral and written), and esablished media contacts.
CONTACT: Ltr/sal req in body of e-mail/resume as an attachment (word doc r PDF). Skyhorse Publishing, Ms. Laura Owen, 555 Eighth Ave, Ste 903, New Yrk, NY 10018. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls.
Work on promotional pieces, write email copy, support the mktg division at tradeshows/events, assist mktg w/room blocks, hotel bookings for events, follow-up on barter agreements, create and maintain spreadsheets and event tracking. Req 1-3 yrs exp in a similar position, work w/the sales team to maintain all contacts for the IMS lead generation program, run weekly reports as req by mgmt, assist w/Media kit development and distribution to clients, coordinate web mktg and intranet postings, good eye for detail and accuracy, proficiency in Word and Excel, strong verbal and written communications skills; good interpersonal skills; able to work in a fast paced entrepreneurial and team-oriented environment.
Resume/sal req to email@example.com. Mr. Ray Vollmer, NewBay Media LLC. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Position located in New York, NY. No phone calls.
Execute research runs, competitive tracking, editorial calendars, media kit, etc that best delivers CFO's positioning totarget audience; develop and execute mktg plans & materials that drive demand for CFO including special issues; develop and execute research,advertising, PR,
direct mail, presentations, exhibits, events, etc and translate that to compelling sales support materials; identify areas for process improvement; execute proper brand standards and guidelines for CFO brand; develop, execute and maintain electronic media kit.
Resume/ltr to Melanie Beaulier, CFO Publishing, 253 Summer St., Boston, MA 02210. Email:
CFOJobs@cfo.com. Fax: 617-951-0769. Resume w/o ltr will not be considered. Include “Mktg Analyst” in the subject line.
Work w/mktg, pro development, coordinate planning, development, trafficking, and reporting for all mktg initiatives that promote PRSA¹s pro development offerings including Intl Conference; coordinate direct mailings, email mktg, Web promotions, program blog, and other channels of distribution; assist in coordination of PRSA¹s mktg plan for the org; resp for administrative support for VP, Mktg: handle rel administrative responsibilities. Req BA/BS and 1 yr rel exp (e.g. mktg coordination, association, account support, executive admin); strong written and verbal communications skills, including proofreading/editing and public speaking; excellent orgz and planning skills; proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access and familiarity w/direct mail and email mktg, social media, blogs, Web communications, WebTrends reporting a plus. http://www.prsa.org/.
CONTACT: Ltr/resume/sal req to The PR Society of America (PRSA), 33 Maiden Ln, New York, NY 10038-5150. Local candidates pref. No relocation.