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Graduate Assistant Job Description
The online Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) graduate program in the P.I. Reed
School of Journalism is looking for a graduate assistant. The GA will be responsible for assisting
team members with overall program communications and marketing duties for both the online
master’s degree, graduate certificate programs, annual INTEGRATE conference, local and
regional events, professional development courses and other special projects as needed.
Candidate should have a general knowledge of the WVU IMC graduate program and prior
experience working on an integrated marketing team. Preference will also be given to candidates
possessing skills in video shooting and editing as well as advanced knowledge of Microsoft
Excel. Candidate must be admitted to a degree program and registered as a full-time graduate
student (at least 9 credit hours per semester) in order to receive the assistantship. Graduate
students in Journalism, Communication Studies, Professional Writing and Editing, and related
disciplines may apply. Priority will be given to an Integrated Marketing Communications
Duties and Responsibilities
The GA will assist with IMC marketing communications team tasks, including: assisting with the
development and audience targeting of marketing messages, supporting program events,
managing program data and reporting metrics and helping with additional marketing activities as
needed. Candidate should have a strong focus on detail and be able to see projects through from
initial idea to the reporting of results and recommendations for the future.
The IMC GA will receive a stipend valued at $12,400 for 9 months. The award of an
assistantship also carries with it a waiver of University tuition for the academic year. Candidate
will be responsible for paying College tuition as well as University and other required fees.
Information about tuition and fee charges is available at http://financialservices.wvu.edu/. The
time commitment is 20 hours per week during typical University work hours. This position will
start the first day of WVU’s fall semester Aug. 19, 2013.
A letter of application, resume, letter of acceptance to a graduate program and a list of three
references are required.
Submit application materials to Judy Clovis at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be
received by August 2, 2013.
West Virginia Executive Magazine would like a freelance writer to produce an article on Mail Pouch Barns and outdoor advertising. The articles should run 1,500 words and will need to be completed in July 2013. Interested freelancers should contact Jennifer Jett at email@example.com.
PSAV Presentation Service – a leader in providing in-house audiovisual services to the hospitality industry – is looking to fill several entry-level positions in the Washington, D.C. Metro Area.
Candidates interested in positions domestically or internationally (outside of the Mid-Atlantic and NYC/Northern NJ areas), are encouraged to apply and send a copy of their resume to directly to SOJ alum Prentice Pollard. Candidates
interested in the production/operations side of PSAV (video production, digital services, etc.), are also encouraged to apply.
Learn more about PSAV and job opportunities at http://www.psav.com/.
For more information, contact Prentice Pollard at ppollard@PSAV.com.
Farm Credit was created in 1916 and is now the largest single provider of agricultural credit in the United States. Farm Credit of the Virginias provides more than $1.5 billion in financing to rural homeowners, farmers and landowners in 96 counties in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia.
Under general supervision of the Marketing Manager, the Marketing Specialist is responsible for specific Marketing functions such as advertising, promotions, campaigns, research. Emphasis will be in two areas—social media and marketing to diverse customers.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Marketing, Communications, or related field
- Good knowledge of social media
- Experience with and passion for reaching the diverse customer in our territory
- Prefer 1 – 2 years professional work experience, with preference given to marketing assignments, project management, and administrative coordination
- Works independently and sets priorities while contributing to a high-performing team
- Good technology skills with the ability to quickly learn and apply new technology skills
- Exceptional communication skills and ability to recommend creative solutions
This position works with the Director and/or Assistant Director in planning, administering and implementing programs and activities that relate to African and African American cultural enrichment on the WVU campus and in the broader community. The coordinator will also provide services and programs at the Center for Black Culture and Research that support and promote the academic success of students at WVU.
- Provide support for the planning and coordination of the Center.
- Provide support for the CBC&R Student Retention Program.
- Meet formally and informally with African and African American student leaders to discuss issues and plans
- pertinent to their organization’s success.
- Train student leaders and revitalize their organizations.
- Plan and organize community service programs and activities under the direction of the director and/or the Assistant Director.
- Other duties as assigned.
A bachelor’s degree is required in any of the following areas: African American/Cultural Studies, Education, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, Social Work, Journalism or an equivalent combination of education & experience. View the full job description for more information.
Aggressive, nationally recognized newsroom is seeking a motivated, aggressive digital journalist candidate! Under the supervision of the Evening Anchor and News Director the Digital Journalist is responsible for gathering all of the necessary information to tell the story of a news event. This includes information about the news event, interviewing the necessary parties, choosing and shooting the appropriate video segments to help tell the story, and preparing a script that accurately depicts the news event. In addition, the Digital Journalist will be required to present the news story on-air from the station or from a remote location. Further, the Digital Journalist may be required to perform other duties, such as a backing up Anchors and writing scripts for cut-ins.
Skills Essential and Preferred:
- Ability to use a personal computer
- On-air presentation skills
- Ability to complete all aspects of a news story from gathering and shooting information to the on-air presentation
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Strong organization skills
- Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing (primary language is English)
Minimum of one-three years experience as a news photojournalist or reporter
All applicants must apply online at www.wsls.com. Resume required, cover letter optional. When applying for an on-air position, any resume tapes sent are non-returnable.
The Butler Eagle is looking for two full-time news reporters.
One position covers city government, does back up police news, and handles general assignment.
One position covers education with several school districts and a community college and handles general assignments.
Candidates should be self-starters who can write breaking news, news features, and general features. This is a great opportunity for someone to shape his/her own news beat. The Eagle is a 27,000 circulation six-day-a-week daily paper north of Pittsburgh.
These positions are open now so candidates should send immediately a resume, samples of their writing and a letter outlining what skills or experiences they could bring to this position to:
Western Communications, Inc. has created a new job-posting Facebook page. Western Communications publishes seven small- to medium-sized newspapers in Oregon and California. Several jobs have been posted recently; keep checking the Facebook page for the most recent job postings.
For more information about Western Communications, contact Marielle Gallagher, Administrative Managing Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Make-A-Wish Southern West Virginia has an immediate opening for a dynamic self-starter for a full-time fundraising position in its Charleston office. Looking for unique individual who is bold, excellent with people and knowledgeable about community. Responsibilities include planning special events and engaging volunteers, schools and businesses to raise funds. Qualifications include excellent interpersonal, written and verbal skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office and social media, as well as a BA or equivalent. Related non-profit experience a plus. Organization has an excellent benefits package and an open and rewarding work environment. Send cover letter, resume, salary requirements and three references by May 31 to Make-A-Wish Southern West Virginia to email@example.com. No calls please. EOE.
Full Job Description below:
Title: Regional Development & Community Liaison Charleston, WV
Reports to: Chief Development Officer
Summary: Make-A-Wish Community Representative at all public events & activities
– Identifies and recruits foundations, corporations, schools, colleges, individuals, business and civic groups for fund-raising potential.
– Establishes a fund-raising presence in region.
– Represents the Foundation at public events and special events throughout the region.
– Works to identify referral sources and recruit referrals.
– Generates thank-you letters for all gift donations.
– Provides information for the chapter website, newsletters and volunteer updates.
– Helps assist with volunteer training and recruitment.
– Oversees special events, both internal and external.
– Secures donations of goods and services for wishes.
– Produces complete and accurate monthly reports.
– Keeps complete and accurate records of donors
– Coordinates with headquarters all local media inquiries & press releases to increase awareness of Make—A-Wish in the region.
– Performs other duties as requested by management.
– BA/BS or equivalent combination of education and work experience.
– Excellent computer skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Word or comparative software.
– Well organized and detail-oriented.
– Committed to the mission of Make-A-Wish.
– Ability to work independently.
– Excellent interpersonal skills.
– Ability to represent Make-A-Wish in a positive light to all constituents.
– Knowledgeable about the community.
– Ability to prioritize and manage many tasks effectively. Proven success in stressful situations.
– Ability to make sound decisions in quick timeframe.
– Ability to work with diverse groups of people.
– Ability to successfully work in a collaborative, team-oriented organization.
– Successful completion of Act 34 clearance.
The Charleston Daily Mail is seeking a copy editor/designer.
Responsibilities include copy editing, designing inside and section front pages, and maintaining and optimizing the publication’s Web presence. Ideal candidates will have two to five years of newspaper experience, strong copy editing skills and a bachelor’s degree in journalism or related field.
The Daily Mail has won multiple General Excellence Awards from the state press association, has a hard-working staff, fosters a supportive work environment. Please e-mail resume, as well as design and writing samples, to Daily Mail News Editor Philip Maramba at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants can also apply online here.
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