Part-Time Jobs

Advancement Student Worker, LSU Alumni Association

The LSU Alumni Association is looking to hire an Advancement student worker to provide assistance and support to the daily operation of the department. The Advancement Student Worker works with alumni staff to develop and implement donor relations strategies for all fundraising and alumni engagement priorities. 

Tasks include:

Specific duties include performing donor and prospect research, assisting with donor events, mailings, and marketing efforts. 

  • Performing daily office operations
  • Contacting donors via phone and mail to solicit renewals and other information
  • Performing donor and prospect research
  • Assisting in planning a variety of donor-related events
  • Assisting with all marketing and external, donor-related mailings
  • Occasional game day development/event support
  • Assisting in building and maintaining overall donor relations
  • Attendance at all Collegiate Club at LSU (CCLSU) events (unless conflicting with prior commitments) is expected

Position Requirements:

  • Actively enrolled as a student at LSU
  • Preferred: Membership in Collegiate Club at LSU by date of the Application
  • Ability to work as needed (20+ hours weekly) as determined by the schedule of the department.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills to provide quality customer service
  • Teamwork orientation
  • Microsoft Office Proficiency
  • Ability to professionally represent the LSU Alumni Association and the University
  • Excellent oral communication and public speaking skills
  • Strong organizational skills

Physical Demands and Work Environment

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the functions. While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear.

  • The employee frequently is required to use hands or fingers, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls.
  • The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; and reach with hands and arms.
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, and the ability to adjust focus.
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate.

Learning Outcomes:

The Advancement Student Worker can expect to learn about fundraising, event planning, marketing, and donor relations. 

  • Effective event management practices
  • An in-depth understanding of the LSU Alumni Association from both a student and future alumni perspective.
  • Meet, interact, and network with the LSU Alumni Association family of more than 229,000

Pay is $7.25-$8.00 per hour

Advancement Student Worker Online Application

Job posted 12/13/18

Freelance Article Writing, Golgi Productions (Science Web Magazine)

Golgi Productions, a web-based science magazine, is seeking students to contribute articles about life sciences (neuroscience, psychology, and others) for their online publication. Articles should be 500-800 words in length.

If interested, please email 1-2 samples of previous work, your social media information, and your story proposal to Andrew at info@golgiproductions.com

Job posted 12/7/18.

News/Content Specialist, WAFB-TV

WAFB, in Baton Rouge LA, is seeking a part-time News/Content Specialist. This is an exciting position with great potential for upward mobility. 

Duties and Qualifications:

  • Successful candidate will perform traditional production assistant duties (chyron, audio, studio camera, and teleprompter) as well as newsroom duties including editing and posting to our website.
  • Flexible schedule required.
  • College Degree and/or relevant experience preferred. 

News/Content Specialist Application

Attach resume with cover letter. Drug screen required. No phone calls please.  

Job posted 12/7/18

Graduate Assistant, LSU College of Human Sciences and Education

The LSU College of Human Sciences & Education is seeking an energetic, personable, and creative student to
work in a collaborative, productive environment. Graduate Assistant reporting to the Senior Director of Development of the Pre-College Division of the LSU College of Human Sciences & Education (CHSE), which includes University Laboratory School (ULS) and the
Early Childhood Education Laboratory Preschool (ELECP).

Duties:

  • Create social media and email content to coincide with appeal and event timelines
  • Assist with image-defining projects including but not limited to social media and email graphics,
    invitations, videos, annual reports, and development campaign materials
  • Responsible for photography and videography at events
  • Pre and post event promotion including press releases
  • Manage multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Track all jobs through CHSE ticket system
  • Attend monthly CHSE communicators meetings and Campus Communicator meetings
  • Communicate and collaborate with administration, faculty, staff, and students
  •  Other assignments as needed

Skills:

  • Exhibits high level of professionalism
  •  Exceptional leadership and time management skills
  • Organized and able to meet deadlines
  • Excellent oral and written communication
  • Knowledge of/experience with basic graphic design skills (Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Canva,
    Illustrator) and Microsoft Office Suite
  • Knowledge of/experience with digital video editing to distribution
  • Ability to work in a team environment

The position is 20 hours per week, housed at the University Laboratory School. Salary information
available at interview. Position builds resume/portfolio in the areas of development, advertising,
marketing, public relations, content management solutions, media and graphic design. This
assistantship will give you “real world” experience while also building soft and technical skills.


To apply, email a cover letter and resume to Aimée Frierson, Associate Director of
Development for Annual Giving, University Laboratory School at afriers@lsu.edu.

Job posted 12/7/18

Part-Time Social Media & Office Manager, Success Labs

Success Labs is seeking a smart, dynamic student to work part-time (approximately 15-20 hours per week) during normal business hours, Monday – Friday, at Success Labs (10621 N. Oak Hills Pkwy., Baton Rouge). The student reports to a team of consultants and a business manager.

Job Description

Execute the social media strategy by managing content, social media platforms and other marketing initiatives; support the team of consultants focused on the field of Leadership and Organizational Development.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Implement social media strategy through posting, monitoring and research. Optimize and schedule posts by platform.
  • Collect monthly social media performance analytics and provide high-level reporting.
  • Create reports, PowerPoint presentations and other learning materials as needed.
  • Input client data into in-house software application.
  • Summarize notes, reports, findings for team and clients.
  • Support staff on projects, work and events through organizing, researching, proofing/editing documents and collecting data.
  • Manage office supplies and housekeeping items.
  • Help with preparation and logistics for workshops and client visits.

Qualifications

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must be familiar with Microsoft Office, Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and Google Docs.
  • Skilled in Photoshop, InDesign and other graphic design is a plus.
  • Good research skills and intuition.
  • Must be able to interact with clients, customers and executives.
  • Organized, detail-oriented, and follows instruction well.
  • Enjoys working independently and demonstrates initiative.
  • Interest in leadership and organizational development is a plus.
  • Must display positive energy and flexibility.
  • Must be able to commit to at least one-year internship, two is a plus.

Requirements

Must be 18+ years old and working toward an undergraduate degree. Must be able to work 15-20 hours per week and have access to vehicle for transportation. Mobile phone with internet access. Contact Tamara Godfrey at tgodfrey@mysuccesslab.com or call to set up an interview.

About Success Labs

Success Labs is a strategic organizational and leadership development firm that works with companies to improve performance through great people strategy. Using research driven, competency-based processes for leadership development, coaching, succession planning, and the identification and development of high potentials, Success Labs offers easy ways for companies to develop emerging leaders.

Posted 12/5/2018


Baton Rouge Blues Foundation Student Worker

Baton Rouge Blues Foundation is a 501(c)3 whose mission is to preserve, promote and propel Baton Rouge and swamp blues. Through initiatives such as the Baton Rouge Blues Gala and the Baton Rouge Blues Festival, we are developing programs to present our blues culture via historical music markers, high school education, and a storytellers’ series held at the festival called Backstage at the Blues Fest.

This position is unpaid.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in all aspects of social media presence (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Buffer)
  • Assist in the upkeep of the foundation website and marketing opportunities
  • Support and implement grant applications and fundraising endeavors utilizing local, regional and national resources
  • Support publicity and marketing activity and assist coordinating activities with the Baton Rouge Blues Festival Chair and/or Committee as well as the Communications Chair and/or Committee.

Requirements

The ideal candidate should have a passion for music and the genre of Blues!

Can be a freshman, sophomore, or junior who is goal oriented and committed to the role, setting  daily and weekly goals and accomplishing them. This position will be mainly done remotely. Student must have access to a computer and the internet but  will also be asked to attend all meetings to take notes and contribute input.

For more information or to apply, contact:

Kimberly R. Neustrom

Executive Director

(337) 501-9389

kimneustrom@gmail.com

Marketing and Communications Intern, Kids' Orchestra 

Description:​

Kids’ Orchestra is seeking an energetic, personable, and detail-oriented intern to assist with all marketing and communications activities. This is an ideal position for a candidate interested in pursuing a career in the non-profit sector, summercamps, youth development, teaching, education, education reform, communication, marketing, or fundraising/development while making a difference in the lives of nearly 800 students in East Baton Rouge Parish. Job reports to the Marketing and CommunicationsManager.

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare social media, email marketing, monthly eNewsletter and other electronic initiatives
  • Content creation such as pictures, videos, information gathering for stories.
  • Assist with website maintenance, as needed
  • Assist with donor packet materials and letterhead marketing printed pieces; other
  • Assist with writing and designing all marketing collateral
  • Draft and distribute press release schedule and disseminate information as needed
  • Invite press to events/liaison to press at events
  • Secure donations for advertising: print/radio/billboard as needed
  • Plan and facilitate Marketing Committee meetings including preparing agenda and taking minutes
  • Reach out to community organizations, general public, and donors with Kids’ Orchestra’s mission to impact children’s lives by creating a sense of community through after-school musical training and enrichment programs.

Qualifications:

  • Firm grasp of available tools and platforms in the social media space
  • Bachelor’s degree senior or junior, recent graduate or Master degree candidate, preferably in a related field (e.g., English, Fundraising, Marketing/Communications, or Public Relations).
  • Previous internship or related experience in marketing or communications is a plus
  • Must be computer literate (working knowledge of word processing, PowerPoint, Excel).
  • Proficiency in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop highly desired. Knowledge of HTML is a plus
  • An effective communicator, both written and oral
  • Ability to communicate in a professional manner with press and community contacts
  • Knowledge of AP Style required.
  • Self-motivated, good organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines
  • Enthusiasm for the mission of Kids’ Orchestra and the children we serve

Baton Rouge-based Kids’ Orchestra, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is the largest after-school music program for elementary-age students in the Nation. In its eighth year, the year-round program provides nearly 800 students from 27 schools from all corners of East Baton Rouge Parish the opportunity to study one of 9 instruments, perform in one of 3 honors ensembles, participate in 30 performances a year, and/or sing in one of 2 choirs.

To learn more visit ​kidsorchestra.org​​.

Start Date:​

Position open until filled, requires 3 – 6-month commitment.

Hours:​

10 – 20 hours/week (minimum of 2 days a week). Flexible office hours; special events work required.

Compensation:​

$8/hr; may be eligible for college/class credit

To Apply:​

Please submit your cover letter, resume and a short narrative of why you believe you could excel at this internship, why it would be valuable to you and/or what skills or characteristics you think you have that other applicants may not. Also, please submit your work plan with available dates to work to ​jobs@kidsorchestra.org. ​​Your available dates can be submitted on a calendar or just as a group of months/dates on a Word document. ​Incomplete applications will not be considered.

For your submission:

  • Cover letter
  • Your resume
  • Personal narrative
  • Work plan with available dates to work (minimum of 2 days a week)

In order to qualify for this position, candidates must be at least 18 years old.

Posted 11/19/2018

Development Intern, Kids Orchestra

Description:​

Kids’ Orchestra is seeking an energetic, personable, and detail-oriented intern to assist with all fundraising and development activities. This is an ideal position for a candidate interested in pursuing a career in the non-profit sector, summercamps, youth development, teaching, education, education reform, communication, marketing, or fundraising/development while making a difference in the lives of nearly 800 students in East Baton Rouge Parish. Job reports to the Development Officer.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in grant review, compiling attachments and info from operations office
  • Oversee Online-Giving individual donor campaign
  • Cultivate corporate sponsorships and in-kind donations that are not related to grants by initiating contact, attending introductory meetings, creating asks, securing donations
  • Participate in event committees and event coordination as created/needed
  • Oversee raffle/auctions/sales items as needed
  • Assist with special events as needed
  • Fundraising reporting and breakdown
  • Enter all donations into e-tapestry; monitor progress; create reports on progress
  • Plan and facilitate Volunteer Committee meetings including preparing agenda and taking minutes
  • Reach out to community organizations, general public, and donors with Kids’ Orchestra’s mission to impact children’s lives by creating a sense of community through after-school musical training and enrichment programs.
  • Collaborate with staff on new ideas, directions, and venues for fundraising and development

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree senior or junior, recent graduate or Master degree candidate, preferably in a related field (e.g., English,Fundraising, Marketing/Communications, or Public Relations).
  • Previous internship or related experience in fundraising or development is a plus
  • Must be computer literate (working knowledge of word processing, PowerPoint, Excel).
  • Proficiency in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop highly desired. Knowledge of HTML is a plus
  • An effective communicator, both written and oral•Ability to communicate in a professional manner with press and community contacts
  • Knowledge of AP Style required.
  • Self-motivated, good organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines
  • Enthusiasm for the mission of Kids’ Orchestra and the children we serve

Baton Rouge-based Kids’ Orchestra, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is the largest after-school music program for elementary-age students in the Nation. In its eighth year, the year-round program provides nearly 800 students from 27 schools from all corners of East Baton Rouge Parish the opportunity to study one of 9 instruments, perform in one of 3 honors ensembles, participate in 30 performances a year, and/or sing in one of 2 choirs. To learn more visit ​kidsorchestra.org​​.

Start Date:​

Position open until filled, requires 3 – 6-month commitment.

Hours:​

10 – 20 hours/week (minimum of 2 days a week). Flexible office hours; special events work required.

Compensation:​

$8/hr; may be eligible for college/class credit

To Apply:​

Please submit your cover letter, resume and a short narrative of why you believe you could excel at this internship, why it would be valuable to you and/or what skills or characteristics you think you have that other applicants may not. Also, please submit your work plan with available dates to work to ​jobs@kidsorchestra.org. ​​Your available dates can be submitted on a calendar or just as a group of months/dates on a Word document. ​Incomplete applications will not be considered.

For your submission:

  • Cover letter
  • Your resume
  • Personal narrative
  • Work plan with available dates to work (minimum of 2 days a week)

In order to qualify for this position, candidates must be at least 18 years old.

Posted 11/19/2018

Student Worker to Graduate Assistant, LSU E.J. Ourso College of Business

LSU's E.J. Ourso College of Business has 3 graduate assistant positions open for the Fall 2019 semester. To fill these positions, the College hopes to hire 3 undergraduate seniors in January 2019 who plan to continue into graduate school. These students should be able to work through the summer of 2019 as student workers, then move into the graduate assistant positions in the Fall of 2019. 

Each position is different as follows:

  • One includes working with the LSU Omni website
  • One involves working in accounting and finance
  • One involves working in event planning.

Anyone interested should send their resume to experienceourso@lsu.edu.

Marketing and Communication Intern, BBP

BBP is seeking a hardworking and motivated marketing and communications intern to join our fast-paced, dynamic work environment. The purpose of this role is to support the Marketing Coordinator in the marketing and promotion of products and services to customers and prospects. This internship is an excellent opportunity to experience various aspects of marketing while working for a regional, well-known company.

Your day-to-day tasks are likely to involve:

  • Reports to the Marketing Coordinator
  • Assist with design and creation of signage, email campaigns, and social media content
  • Usage of Social Media Tools (LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc)
  • Assist the Marketing Coordinator in SEM and SEO efforts
  •  Seek and analyze competitor marketing material and digital content
  • Assist in planning and staffing of trade shows and marketing events
  • Provide administrative support to management when required

Knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Self-motivated, detail-oriented individual with superior written, verbal and
    organizational skills
  • Knowledge and experience of Microsoft Office and the Adobe Creative Suite is
    necessary
  • Experience with marketing computer software and online applications including (but not
    limited to): SEM Rush, Hootsuite, Bitly, MailChimp, Google Analytics and Google Ads
  • Dependability, flexibility, and ability to prioritize
  • Openness to learning and growing within the internship experience
  • Knowledge of WordPress and HTML is a plus

Applicants should be pursuing a Bachelor's degree in marketing, mass communication, or related fields from an accredited four-year university.

To apply, submit your resume to hr@bbpsales.com or apply on Handshake.com

Posted 11/6/2018

Customer Service Center Representative, DOTD

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development is looking for freshmen, sophomore and junior students to work part time in the Customer Service Center assisting callers and helping the public information officers.

Main tasks consist of, but are not limited to, answering phones, reviewing newspapers and clipping services for articles about the department, and assisting the public information officers.

Salary starts at $11/hour and increases when you become a junior and senior. Additional hours over summer, winter and seasonal breaks are also available.

To apply, send your resume to brendan.rush@la.gov.

Posted 11/6/2018

Front Desk Coordinator/Student Worker, Kevin Harris Architect LLC

Kevin Harris Architect LLC is looking for a new communications and front desk coordinator/ student worker. The current student worker just got an amazing internship and the office needs someone with just as much talent and drive as her to fill her spot. Just in case the field of architecture throws you off, know you don’t need to know anything about architecture to enter into this position. The firm would love to help you grow in knowledge as you help to maintain and create for this awesome brand.

This future employee should:

  • Exemplify proficient written and oral communication skills
  • Understand social media and digital marketing
  • Be comfortable working with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Have strong organizational, critical thinking and time management skills

Other programs frequently used are Canva, MailChimp, Eventbrite and Deskbook.

If you or someone you know would be interested, send over an email cover letter explaining why you think you would be a good fit for the job with a resume attached to fdc@kevinharrisarchitect.com.

Posted 10/30/2018


Paid Marketing and Design Student Worker, LSU Student Success

The Student Success team, which works to promote and support The Center for Academic Success and Testing and Evaluation Services, is seeking an undergraduate student worker in marketing and design. The work includes social media advertisement production and effectiveness measurement, graphic design, public relations and event work, writing, video and photography. The student marketing team has the opportunity to further develop these skills, gain experience and add writing/design/video items to their professional portfolio.

The ideal candidate should:

  • Exemplify proficient written and oral communication skills
  • Understand social media and digital marketing
  • Be comfortable working the Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop)
  • Have strong organizational, critical thinking and time management skills 

Other programs frequently used are Canva, MailChimp, Hootsuite, and the Microsoft Office Suite

Applications must include a resume and cover letter, any design samples, and availabilities from Monday-Friday for the Fall 2018 semester. To apply, please email Amanda Rabalais at araba17@lsu.edu

Posted 10/30/2018


Communications (Digital) Specialist, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University (Part-Time)

The Digital Communications Specialist is responsible for advancing the mission of the university by developing and coordinating FranU’s digital marketing content (e.g. social media, website, video, and blog content); growing FranU’s online presence to increase web traffic and boost brand awareness in support of the University’s strategic and enrollment goals; maintaining a consistent brand voice for FranU across multiple platforms; and monitoring and reporting on return on investment and key performance indicators for digital campaigns. The ideal candidate will feel at home in the digital world and can bring fresh ideas to increase engagement with FranU’s target audiences using digital mediums. This position requires someone who can be both creative and analytical, has excellent multi-tasking skills, and is a self-motivated team player with critical attention to detail and deadlines.

  • Create, discover and gather relevant and up-to-date digital content
  • Schedule, deliver, and present content on multiple digital platforms, including social media channels and the university website
  • Monitor communications and provide reports as requested
  • Embrace and advance the Catholic and Franciscan mission of the University by ensuring that all digital content management activities are consistent with the mission and implemented so as to achieve its goals.
  • Supports the Director of Marketing and Communications in the implementation of an effective University marketing plan utilizing web and digital content

Position Requirements:

Experience

  • Must embrace the mission of Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University
  • Possess at least 1 year of demonstrated success in managing effective social media efforts
  • Have strong writing skills
  • Exhibit the ability to behave with a good sense of decorum
  • Serve confidently as a public brand ambassador for the University

Education

Possess a BA/BS in Communications, Marketing, or a related field; OR currently pursuing a BA/BS in Communications, Marketing, or a related field 

Preferred Experience 

  • Familiarity/experience with social media marketing (advertising), website management, and community engagement
  • Up-to-date on new and emerging digital technologies and social media best practices
  • Familiarity with livestream video production
  • Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite
  • Copywriting and proofreading/editing experience
  • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues of across campus of varying technology skill levels

Apply:  https://pm.healthcaresource.com/CS/fmolhs#/job/25174 

Posted 10/12/2018


Public Relations Intern, Manners of the Heart

Manners of the Heart (MOH) is a nonprofit organization based in Baton Rouge, LA working to bring a return of respect and civility to our society. MOH offers respect-based heart education through an elementary school curriculum and professional development training, parenting books and workshops, business training, and a community-wide social movement.

Role Description:

The public relations intern is a part-time entry-level media and public relations professional position.
MOH desires an intern to assist with messaging and communications related to image perception, mission awareness, and product promotion. This position directly reports to and supports MOH leadership, specifically the Community Development Director and Executive Director. MOH is seeking an ambitious and mission-minded creative communicator who likes new projects and a fast-paced environment. This role will include elevating current communications, developing new communications, and working on a team launch of a new product, MOH Elementary Curriculum Second Edition. This is an excellent opportunity to work alongside SASSO, one of the premiere creative agencies in our area, who is a partner in this endeavor.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Specific duties include, but may not be limited to:

  • Public Relations Plan: Assist with the development and execution of PR strategy and plan
  • Provide strategic input and feedback on marketing initiatives, focusing on the PR aspects related to speaking engagements, programs, and mission advancement
  • Conduct research and perform market analysis regarding reach and impact
  • Event Promotions
  • Work with leadership and event planners to develop and execute a promotion plan to drive event attendance, media coverage and social media engagement
  • Assist with scheduling and coordinating events
  • Assist on-site at events, as needed
  • Prepare Press Releases
  • Identify opportunities for, create, and distribute media announcements and press releases
  • Build and update media lists
  • Create media contact policies and procedures
  • Content Development/Copywriting: Assist with development of content for newsletters, blogs, television segments and social media posts, as needed
  • Crisis Management Plan
  • Assist with review and editing of existing Crisis Management Plan
  • Assist with the creation and utilization of the non-profit Case for Support for purposes of fundraising and mission advancement

Public Relations Intern Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Current enrollment in university degree program in PR, Communications, Journalism or relevant field at the junior or senior level
  • Passion and interest in the MOH mission and/or non-profit contributions to community
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent presentation and personal skills
  • Outstanding organizational and time management skills
  • Attention to details

Additional Information: This role is in our downtown Baton Rouge office. Free parking is available. This position pays $10 per hour. MOH is seeking an intern to work 10-15 hours per week with a start date of January 2019 and continuing through May 2019.

To apply:
Resumes will be accepted only via email at ahebert@mannersoftheheart.org with the subject line PR Intern. Any questions should be directed to this address.

Posted 10/11/2018


Videography, Social Media Position, Advance Local

Advance Local is looking to hire several people to shoot and edit video of LSU football and basketball games (everything from game action to pregame and postgame press conferences).

Hours: 8-16 hours per week (must be available for LSU home football games).

Skills: The ability and desire to shoot and edit video, everything from game action to pregame and postgame press conferences. 

Equipment: You can use your own equipment. If needed, Advance Local will provide a camera. 

Paid: This is a paid opportunity.

Contact igould@advancelocal.com

Posted 10/1/2018


Grassroots political activism position, Let America Vote

Let America Vote is a national grassroots organization dedicated to protecting voting rights and fighting voter suppression­. They are seeking students who want to learn about and participate in grassroots political activism to expand voting rights across the country. This will involve organizing, advocacy, and community engagement. To apply, please visit https://tinyurl.com/interntnlav

This opportunity offers a way to learn the basics of how to build a grassroots field program and help elect candidates who will fight to support and protect our fundamental right to vote. Activities include engaging in daily field activities, learning from seasoned campaign staff, and hearing from a variety of high-profile political guest speakers.

Hours are very flexible no previous experience is necessary.

To apply, please visit https://tinyurl.com/interntnlav, call us at 615-727-2941, or email us at intern.tennessee@letamericavote.org.

Posted 9/24/2018


Part-Time Social Media Manager (Unpaid)

Grabit, a local delivery software company www.grabit.delivery, seeks an unpaid part time student for Social Media Management to help build its brand online as well as drive customers to the website and app. Candidates should currently be enrolled in a degree program relative to the position, and preferably with some professional experience. Grabit is local, but the position will be semi-remote. The candidate will be responsible for managing their duties and time accordingly while reporting on a weekly basis to an officer in Baton Rouge.

Qualifications

  • At least 2 years of education in a relative degree program
  • At least a 3.0 GPA
  • In depth knowledge of Facebook, Instagram & Twitter
  • Experience in Photography
  • Experience in Photoshop, InDesign, or Illustrator
  • Knowledge of Social Media Data Metrics

To apply, send inquiries/resume and cover letter to:

John Landry, Co-Founder & COO, john@grabitdelivery.com.

Posted 9/4/2018