July 22, 2019
The digest took a brief hiatus as both Jenn Sipe and myself took some time off.
But we are back and in temporary quarters! Stay tuned for more details on the Fixer Upper starting in the student services suite of offices. Big changes are afoot and we are very excited.
MJ-school Opportunities and Announcements
Summer Career Services -- ATTENTION NEW GRADS!
Summer break is just around the corner. Did you know MJ Career Services is still here to support you during your months away from school?! Whether you’re staying in the Triangle or traveling to Hong Kong, we are here for all your career related needs. Students staying locally are encouraged to schedule in-person meetings and Zoom appointments are available for those out of town.
Don’t have Zoom? No worries! Click here to get started.
MJ Careers Survey
We want to share in the celebration and excitement of your new job or internship! Whether you're a graduating senior preparing to start your new job or a current student embarking on a new internship, we want to know. Please take a few moments to complete this survey. This information will be shared on social media and our website!
First Destination Survey--IF YOU JUST GRADUATED, PLEASE TAKE 10 MINUTES AND COMPLETE
The MJ-school partners with University Career Services to collect data on May 2019 grads on their first destination. This is super helpful to the MJ-school on many fronts and it doesn't take long to complete. Here is the link:
NFL Sunday Ticket TV Ambassador
- Utilize word-of-mouth marketing techniques, such as referral incentive programs, to promote NFL Sunday Ticket.TV to students on campus
- Skilled in social media marketing tactics and able to communicate information about the product effectively
- Understand the NFL Sunday Ticket product to fully inform potential customers of its benefits
- Provide feedback to the marketing and product departments regarding customer insights and questions
- High school degree or equivalent; must be enrolled in an accredited university/college program
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Self-directed and able to work without supervision
- Energetic and eager to promote NFL Sunday Ticket .TV
Based on the number of customers that sign up for NFL Sunday Ticket.TV from your referral
- 3 Sign-ups – Free NFL Sunday Ticket.TV for the 2019 NFL Season
- 6 Sign-ups – $50 Campus Cash
- 9 Sign-ups – 2 Tickets to Any Regular Season NFL Game
- Top Earning Student – $5,000 Tuition Grant
- Top Earning University – AT&T Executive Keynote Speaker at your university
Please Send Resumes to Hunter.Schneider@mktg.com
Public Relations Intern - Clairemont Communications/Raleigh, NC
Clairemont is seeking a creative, highly motivated candidate for an internship with its award-winning public relations team. The candidate will work with team members to create and implement public relations strategy and creative campaigns for Clairemont’s clients.
- Crafting creative messages and blog posts
- Drafting key documents (press releases and media alerts) and distributing as appropriate
- Contributing to team and client meetings
- Creating formative research for company and client
- Developing and maintaining necessary client database information, including media contact lists and online/digital communicators
- Reading and tracking key coverage and crafting reports for clients
- Drafting and implementing social media strategy
- Managing on-site events as needed
- Attend industry and networking events
There are even more details and info on how to apply here.
Marketing Intern - Clarkton Consulting/Cary, NC
Join Clarkton Consulting’s marketing team for a challenging and rewarding paid, part-time content marketing internship! Clarkston Consulting, a business and technology professional services firm located in Durham, North Carolina, is looking for a prolific, research-driven content marketing intern to support our senior executives in writing and producing various types of content relevant to the life sciences and consumer products industries.
In this role, you’ll work collaboratively with the marketing team to help in the development of Clarkston’s voice delivered through a variety of channels, including but not limited to, corporate blog posts, whitepapers, video copy, and eBooks. If you’re looking for an internship where you can continuously learn about new and exciting developments within our target industries and would like to work with some of the industry’s best to write current, original, and engaging long-form content, we would love to speak with you.If interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
What you’ll do:
• Collaborate with the marketing team, executives, and industry experts to produce relevant content and topics of research that meets the needs of key stakeholders and our audiences
• Remain current on developments and issues within the economy and politics relevant to the consumer products and life sciences industries
• Prepare thoughtful, accurate, and well written pieces for external distribution
• Coordinate all activities for custom research projects
• Handle multiple projects simultaneously and resolve possible conflicts
• Conduct research within the consumer products and life sciences industries to support report development
Communications Intern - Oceana/Washington, D.C.
In the United States, Oceana’s campaigns include reducing plastics pollution, stopping the expansion of dirty and dangerous offshore drilling, increasing transparency at sea, promoting responsible fishing practices, and helping to protect sharks, whales and other marine animals.
The communications intern reports to Oceana’s senior communications director and is a member of the U.S. communications team in Washington, D.C. The communications intern is responsible for researching campaign issues, drafting blog posts, editing materials and tracking/summarizing media coverage of our campaigns. The position requires someone who is detail-oriented, team-oriented, organized, interested in conservation issues and familiar with news organizations.
For a very complete internship description, including information. on how to apply, click here.
Communications Intern - Duke University Graduate School/Durham, NC
The Duke Graduate School is seeking a communications intern for the 2019-2020 academic year. This is an opportunity for a student in journalism or communications to practice what they have learned in the classroom, get feedback, add to their portfolio, and gain valuable experience in the communications operation of a university unit with more than 3,200 students and 25,000 alumni.
The position pays $12 per hour. The intern will work 10 to 15 hours a week. The internship will begin September 9, 2019, and end May 29, 2020 (the dates can be adjusted depending on your schedule).
The intern will work under the direction of the school’s director of communications. Writing is a key part of the position, but we have a wide range of projects, and we can tailor part of the job to your skills and interests. For instance, your internship experience could include:
Writing and editing news releases, feature stories, and other content for the school’s platforms
Shooting and editing photos and videos
Designing graphics for digital and print
Digging into analytics for the school’s websites, newsletters, and social media platforms
Helping devise communication strategies for programs and events Examples of work by previous interns: writing, video, design
Be currently pursuing a degree in journalism, marketing, public relations, or communications
Have completed at least one course in newswriting or news editing
Be familiar with social media platforms
Know how to use Microsoft Office
Have an interest in communications and want to learn more
Be curious and willing to experiment with new ways of doing things
Bonus points if you:
Know how to use Adobe Creative Suite and has design experience
Can shoot and edit photo or video
Send a cover letter, résumé, and examples of your work (including at least two writing samples) to John Zhu, director of communications, at email@example.com. The application deadline is August 12 at 5 p.m.
Editorial and Project Management Internship - M+D,
M+D is leading a number of conference program and community development initiatives for high- profile media and technology clients that feature renowned international speakers from business, government, finance, investment, technology, and civil society. Our agency is often responsible for designing and developing the branding, vision, program content, speakers, and audiences for global forums, including mainstage programming, topic-driven breakout sessions, VIP community development, related multimedia content, and community management.
As part of this effort, we are looking for a program intern/research coordinator who can support the vision and execution of the program directors and ensure that the program – and overall project – is moving forward successfully and on deadline.
The research coordinator will support the speaker booking process by researching topics related to global business and international politics to make editorial recommendations; developing concepts/arguments for how to curate specific speakers and stakeholders into the program; coordinating calls with global CEO offices; reacting to new stakeholder requests for program and logistics information; produce executive briefings based on customized program activations; and manage speaker tracking sheets and databases to ensure high-quality real time reporting (in several formats) to multiple client and partner stakeholders. Candidates will have superior communications and organizational skills, proficiency in global media coverage and current events, and working knowledge of geopolitical and global business trends and marquee-name speakers, such as global CEOs and world leaders.
*This position is meant for a recent graduate with a strong interest and understanding of the global business landscape and experiences with research, reporting, writing, and project management. Intern-level compensation with opportunities to advance.
Scope of work
Develop and manage program timeline to reflect key milestones and deadlines
Coordinate speaker booking process by managing the speaker outreach database,
scheduling follow-up calls with speaker offices, and delivering information to multiple
stakeholders via phone and email.
Research new content ideas based on current events and client priorities – and create
executive briefing documents to reflect ideas and recommendations
Provide program and presentation updates to multiple teams, including digital/website,
audience development, operations teams, speaker offices, and all partner and client teams
Create daily and weekly progress reports to communicate program development status
Liaise with internal and external consultants to manage workflow
Work both remotely and inside client offices as needed
Familiarity with business, finance, and geopolitical topics and trends
Familiarity with the fast-paced, current events-driven media/editorial environment
Expertise as a researcher, communicator and project manager
Ability to collaborate and communicate with multiple stakeholders with confidence and
Availability and responsiveness on weekends and off-hours
Data, research, and metrics driven
Client services driven
Ability to juggle multiple tasks and high-pressure deadlines
Superior organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously within a
high velocity, deadline-driven work environment
Generous spirit and gracious sense of humor
M+D guides some of the world's most influential media and technology companies on communications strategy, interactive content development, partnerships, and international policy. Using the power of deep research, strong relationships, and keen understanding of global trends at the nexus of business, technology, media and politics, our agency helps sophisticated organizations tell important stories, create global awareness, find strategic partners, drive growth, and promote thought leadership among key constituents.
Please email a resume with a brief note and “narrative bio” of ~100 words to firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Relations Intern - Largemouth Communications/Durham, NC
An internship at Largemouth Communications is a chance to dive into the world of agency public relations. Largemouth accepts resumes for our internship program throughout the year, but generally frames the program based on fall, spring and summer semesters. Our ideal applicant is interested in a career in public relations, has an exceptional work ethic and the desire to learn and contribute to a thriving PR agency.
Deadlines for application:
- Summer Internship = March 31
- Fall Internship = July 31
- Spring Internship = October 31
If you are interested, please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Apprenticeship - Viget/Washington, DC and Durham, NC and Boulder, CO
Two years ago, we launched the Viget apprenticeship program, designed to spark bright careers in the tech industry for those without a clear path of entry. Through 1:1 mentorship, a cross-discipline curriculum, and client work opportunities, we created a rigorous and rewarding runway for career-changers and early career folks to learn, grow, and thrive.
Now, as we recruit our fifth cohort, we’re marveling at the accomplishments of our former apprentices. In addition to the six who now work at Viget, we’re watching apprentice alums flourish at companies across the country.
The Viget apprenticeship is a 10-week, paid training program designed to accelerate careers in UX design, UX research, creative design, engineering, project management, brand strategy, and digital analytics. Learn more about our program and apply by August 9th, 2019.
Communications Intern - Innovate Carolina/Chapel Hill, NC
The Innovate Carolina team has an opportunity for a talented communications intern. Innovate Carolina, which is the University-wide initiative for innovation and entrepreneurship (I&E), is led by the Vice Chancellor’s Office for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development. The Innovate Carolina headquarters team and its partners in the I&E campus network provide faculty, students and alumni with the tools and resources they need to turn their ideas into innovations that make a human and social impact.
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The student intern will work closely with the Innovate Carolina team on its communications efforts and will focus on story writing, photography, web publishing and other communications projects. The student intern will need to be organized, detail-oriented and proactive in seeking out interesting stories and creating compelling social media content that tells the story of innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives across the UNC-Chapel Hill campus. The student intern will create news posts, feature stories, and social media posts for several Innovate Carolina media channels. The position will give the student experience working on content development. It will also provide them with an opportunity to work on projects that are applicable to a future career in marketing, journalism and web communications. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
- Interviewing subjects on a range of topics related to innovation and entrepreneurship.
- Writing news posts and feature stories.
- Assisting in the curation of content for the Innovate Carolina website and helping to ensure content is up-to-date.
- Taking and editing images from interviews and events.
- Undergraduate student who is a bachelor’s degree candidate in media and journalism, communications, or similar field.
- Enthusiasm for communications, content development and social media.
- Proficiency working with social media platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc.
- A creative mindset and a knack for telling interesting stories.
- Strategic thinking, attention to detail and proactive work style.
- A creative mindset and a knack for telling interesting stories.
- The ability to simplify complex information into content that is easy and quick to consume.
- The ability to meet deadlines and work as part of a collaborative team.
- Prior experience with WordPress and Google Analytics is a plus.
- Basic understanding of photography and photo editing and an interest to learn.
Storytelling Team Leader - 1893 Brand Studio / Chapel Hill, NC
The 1893 Brand Studio: Traditional storytelling strategies from The Daily Tar Heel combined with modern marketing techniques. This media services agency will provide compelling stories, videos, photos and social media content to community organizations and businesses.
We are looking for a current student with strong writing and editing experience to lead the Storytelling Team for 1893 Brand Studio. This team is responsible for the production of owned and native advertising content for local clients. Interested candidates should email a resume and 2-3 writing clips to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Campaigns, Storytelling, Graphic Design & Web Development and Multimedia - 1893 Brand Studio / Chapel Hill, NC
The 1893 Brand Studio is growing in 2019! We are looking to hire graphic designers, web developers, photographers and videographers, writers and campaign strategists. Learn more about our openings and apply here. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and are due by August 23. After a brief training period, team members are paid by assignment.
Account Executives / Sales Positions - The Daily Tar Heel / Chapel Hill, NC
Interested in sales, advertising and campaign strategy? Daily Tar Heel is hiring 2-3 driven account executives to join the advertising team and work with local businesses. No experience is necessary, but this is a sales heavy job. Account executives are paid a monthly stipend with the opportunity to earn bonuses. Apply here by August 30.
Fall Carolina Alumni Review Advertising Sales Intern - UNC GAA / Chapel Hill, NC
The UNC General Alumni Association’s award-winning magazine, the Carolina Alumni Review, seeks an advertising sales intern for fall semester. This intern will assist with maintaining current accounts, developing new accounts and assisting with related administrative tasks.
Typical responsibilities include advertising sales for the Carolina Alumni Review alumni magazine, Carolina Classifieds and Dining Around Town sections, preproduction art proofing, postproduction follow up, distribution of complimentary magazines, billing and tear sheets. Assistance with ad design and production is another component of this position.
The advertising intern will exhibit strong communication and editing skills and excellent interpersonal and organizational abilities. Being detail-oriented is key. Eye for good design and knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud preferred.
This internship is paid and available for 8-10 hours per week throughout the fall semester. This internship is located on campus at the George Watts Hill Alumni Center on Stadium Drive.
To apply, send a cover letter and resume detailing your experience, your goals and why you think an advertising internship with the Carolina Alumni Review will help you achieve these goals. Please include two references. Email email@example.com.
Various Internships - WAMU-FM/Washington, DC
There are fall 2019 internships open at WAMU with shows like 1A and in their newsroom. Here is link to WAMU's internship page.
Editorial internship - Chapel Hill Magazine (Shannon Media)/Chapel Hill, NC
Shannon Media Inc, the publishers of Durham Magazine, Chapel Hill Magazine and Chatham Magazine, are looking for a few editorial interns based out of our Chapel Hill office for the fall semester (late August through the week after Thanksgiving).
Our interns will get great experience and insight into the editorial process. Interns work on assignments for all three magazines (and some of our special publications like the Visitors and Relocation Guides). They are responsible for a lot of fact-checking and uploading print content online, as well as writing blogs about local topics and event roundups. We occasionally send interns to cover and photograph local happenings for our website and print issues. There are opportunities to get social media and WordPress experience and write short print pieces like calendars, weddings and engagements.
For more details, including how to apply, click here.
Sales and Marketing Intern - ThinkingMaps/Cary, NC
Thinking Maps, Inc. has an opening for a Marketing and Sales Intern for Fall 2019. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work closely with the sales and marketing teams and learn how to plan and execute targeted marketing campaigns, social media strategy and assist with a website transition. Our Marketing and Sales intern will gain a strong understanding of: Marketing/Sales Process, Brand Management, Email Marketing, Social Media Platforms, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) - Zoho.
For more information, go to ThinkingMaps' website.
Sports Content Reporter - Argyle Report, Chapel Hill, NC
This fall, Argyle Report will begin its third school year as a unique platform for student storytellers. We are seeking intern writers, photographers and even videographers to help tell the stories of Carolina athletics and the campus community. Argyle Report is student-driven and we have opportunities for experience with beat writing, feature writing and game and portrait photography.
Argyle Report (argylereport.com) was founded by former GoHeels columnist Turner Walston to cover the depth and breadth of Carolina athletics, but it was the student journalists who helped it grow. Argyle alumni have gone on to work for newspapers, nationally-recognized web sites and Disney, to name a few. If you are driven, self-motivated and looking for the platform, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org today!
Public Relations Intern - EqualityNC/Raleigh, NC
Equality NC, the oldest statewide LGBTQ equality organization in the United States, seeks passionate and dedicated college students for an internship opportunity in our Communications Department this Fall semester. Interns will learn and refine a range of skills by working with the Communications Director to manage correspondences across the Equality NC staff and the public at large. This role will involve developing general cross-team strategy, drafting press releases, social media curation, basic graphic design, and day-to-day challenges brought on by the shifting political landscape and news cycle. This is an exciting opportunity to help shape campaigns surrounding the 40th anniversary of Equality NC. This internship is for school credit. Interested applicants should fill out this form and submit a resume and relevant writing sample to email@example.com
Assistant Director of Global, Immersive and Professional Programs - UNC School of Media and Journalism / Chapel Hill, NC
The Assistant Director of Global, Immersive and Professional (GIP) Programs creates and implements engaging and enriching academic and experiential programs for students, media professionals and international scholars. The Assistant Director manages a wide range of the School of Media and Journalism’s instructional and co-curricular initiatives, including immersive experiences and professional development opportunities. The Assistant Director oversees budget planning, including special activity funds, awards and sponsored programs, and generates new revenue for the school. The Assistant Director manages relationships with donors, foundations and industry, including preparing proposals that turn vision into action. The Assistant Director collects data and evaluates and assesses all programs. This position reports directly to the Director of Global, Immersive and Professional (GIP) Programs.
For more information and how to apply, click here.
Multimedia Specialist - Oceana/Washington, DC
In the United States, Oceana’s campaigns include reducing plastics pollution, stopping the expansion of dirty and dangerous offshore drilling, increasing transparency at sea, promoting responsible fishing practices, and helping to protect sharks, whales and other marine animals.
The multimedia specialist reports to Oceana’s multimedia producer and is a member of the U.S. communications team based in Washington, DC. The multimedia specialist is responsible for creating compelling visuals (in print and web) for a variety of audiences (e.g., media, elected officials and supporters) to help Oceana’s U.S. campaigns achieve their goals. Additionally, the multimedia specialist will work with the campaign teams, communications staff and Oceana’s marketing department to develop content that will expand the visibility of Oceana’s U.S. campaigns on new and existing mediums. To learn more and to apply, click here.
Marketing Assistant - UNC Press/Chapel Hill, NC
The University of North Carolina Press is a nonprofit publisher of both scholarly and general-interest books and journals and is seeking a Marketing Assistant to support the members and efforts of the Marketing Department in a very fast-paced environment. This position will assist the Marketing Director, the Publicity Director, and Sales Manager with the day-to-day administrative function of the department as well as other tasks as needed.
Typical duties and responsibilities include:
Click here for complete job description.
- Triages critical documents and other items throughout the department and the wider press, including finalizing and distributing seasonal launch forms, tip sheets, tip booklets, catalogs, etc.
- Manages the Author’s Questionnaire process, including requesting, following up, receiving, distributing, and filing all AQs, author photos, and other supporting materials.
- Handles processing of incoming book reviews, entering blurbs into database for distribution to the website and outside vendors.
- Assists with seasonal sales prospecting and research, contacts stores and other potential customers from author’s questionnaires and in-house database, and helps with title sales plans and outreach.
- Assists with the compilation and distribution of title Marketing Roundups.
Event and Marketing Assistant - UNC University Career Services/Chapel Hill, NC (CLOSES TODAY)
This position requires knowledge of applicable policies, procedures, and information systems in order to communicate and process information and organize events. The range of duties centers on three main areas: event management and coordination, carrying out the department communication strategies, and fulfilling several administrative responsibilities, including records and financial data management and customer service. The position is responsible for taking lead on coordinating all aspects of 10+ career fairs annually, including the processing of payments received and expenses incurred. The position uses a variety of communication mediums, including social media, email, our career services management platform and others to effectively share information about events to all stakeholders.
To apply, go here.
Social Media Specialist - Carolina Hurricanes/Raleigh, NC
The Carolina Hurricanes are looking for a proactive, driven, and creative social media specialist to join the organization and play a major role in brand growth, fan engagement and revenue generation while working to support business objectives across multiple departments.
For more details, including how to apply, go to this link.
- Assist in development of social media strategy and account management across multiple platforms: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Reddit, LinkedIn, etc.
- Manage content planning and posting for all social platforms, maintaining proactive strategic content calendar
- Serve as day-to-day community manager, responding to fans and identifying ways to improve brand-to-fan relationship
- Determine best ways to leverage digital properties to support organizational objectives and initiatives
- Help create content across all platforms: video, graphic, photography, editorial, etc.
- Work closely with video producers, designers, photographer and writers to develop content optimized for social media
- Assist in management of paid social media strategy and serve as lead contact for social media specific league and vendor relationships
- Assist in management of secondary social accounts for various departments and support player social media education and optimization
- Work closely with various departments to enhance and support relevant objectives that can elevate the Carolina Hurricanes brand, improve fan engagement and/or generate revenue
- Maintain knowledge and understanding of industry trends and monitor potential social media tools, partners and vendors that would help enhance department and organizational goals.
- Leverage analytical tools to identify insights and provide performance reports as needed
- Flexibility to work long hours, including hockey season schedule and occasional nights and weekends
News Apprentice - Axios/Arlington, VA
Quick Take: Axios is a new digital media company that tells you what matters and why to make you smarter, faster. We're hiring for our news apprenticeship program!
Why it Matters: The Axios News Apprenticeship is an 18-month long program providing aspiring young journalists with real-world experience learning, reporting, and editing on a breaking news desk. Each cohort will learn how to deliver content worthy of people’s time and attention in our signature Smart Brevity style. Each apprenticeship cohort will undergo a rigorous training program where they will learn how to work on the Axios news desk.
Go Deeper: Pending a successful completion of the program, the apprentice will be considered for opportunities to stay on at Axios full-time as an Associate Editor, News. Hiring is wholly dependent on performance throughout the program and Axios’ business needs. Should the apprentice exhibit exemplary performance and Axios has the business need to hire them, they will be hired as an Associate Editor, News.
A complete job description/application is here.
Development Representative - St. Jude Children's Research Hospital/Charlotte, NC
ALSAC/ St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is hiring a full-time Development Representative in our Charlotte office. This is a great opportunity for anyone that’s looking to make a difference and join the fight to END childhood cancer!
Responsible for generating revenue by managing, recruiting, and expanding volunteer, donor and sponsorship efforts throughout the region. Maximizes funds raised for ALSAC, while increasing the support for and awareness of St Jude Children's Research Hospital. Conducts special events and implements core programs for general and multicultural markets throughout the region, works with and manages the coordinators, committees and partners of these events to maximize revenue and grow events. For full job description and how to apply, here is the link.
Digital Producer - Kaiser Health News/Washington, DC
KFF, the non-profit health policy analysis, polling and journalism organization, is seeking a Washington, D.C.-based digital producer to join the staff of Kaiser Health News (KHN), its editorially independent newsroom distributing in-depth coverage of health issues across the country. KHN is an ambitious and growing provider of news on health care politics, policy and business.
The Digital Producer will be a key member of the team responsible for producing and distributing all original stories, special packages, photos, graphics and other digital content across KHN’s websites (khn.org, californiahealthline.org), newsletter products, partner sites and other outlets. The Digital Producer will work alongside KHN reporters, editors, partnerships team, social media manager and copy chief to ensure high-quality and creative packages that will attract a variety of readers and digital consumers.
We are seeking an experienced and highly creative producer, a fast and flexible learner who is eager to try new ideas and who values a collegial and collaborative team and environment. Prior experience with health policy is a plus, and a news background is a must-have.
For more information and to apply, go here.
Multimedia Journalist - Univision/Raleigh, NC
WUVC 40 a Univision Television Group station is currently accepting resumes for a Multi Media Video Journalist position within Noticias Univision 40 division based in Raleigh, NC.
The MMVJ is responsible for the development and production of content for our early and late newscasts. Content is centered on news that informs, educates, empowers and entertains the North Carolina State Area. He or she will need to be well versed for storytelling and be able to maximize the usage of multimedia resources too.
This position requires fine writing and video recording & editing skills, as well as a strong journalistic instinct with an eye for stories, people and trends creating a buzz in the community.
Candidates should be creative thinkers able to conceptualize interactive projects for broadcast and online components for our news digital promotion.
Reporting, shooting and editing video news stories and producing content for use in multiple outlets
Candidate will write and post across various platforms including updating web site and mobile products
The right candidate must know social media, do walk-and-talk live shots and be able to grab viewers with sights and sounds
Gather information, conduct interviews, shoot video, produce, report and edit assigned stories daily
Post video, pictures and stories to Website, Facebook, Radio and other social media outlets
Maintain strong familiarity with local, national and international news and issues of the day
Establish and maintain news contacts in the community
Maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a manner that works well with co-workers, supervisors and the
community at large
Other duties as deemed necessary.
To apply, go here.
Information and Communications Specialist - NC Department of Environmental Equality/Raleigh, NC
The main emphasis of the position will be providing education and outreach to help support the following projects: (1) Vehicle Emission Reduction Activities (VERA); (2) Know the Code; (3) K-12 In classroom outreach; (4) Regional offices as needed. In keeping with the purpose of the N.C. Air Awareness, to provide opportunities for environmental education and outreach to underserved populations, another key task of the position will be assisting with an outreach campaign to high school children in driver’s education programs. The project, called VERA, will be statewide with a focus on 33 counties that have been designated as non-attainment or maintenance, meaning that they have some air pollution issues. The Information + Communication Specialist 1, under the guidance of the Team Leader, will be responsible for maintaining the existing partnerships, while continuing to look for new opportunities. Outreach materials will need to be updated and new materials developed, as needed. Data collection and evaluation will also be an essential function of the position, to ensure the success and effectiveness of the project.
The secondary objectives for this position will be to support K-12 air quality education and outreach activities, deliver lessons and activities to NC students, support the roll out of the It’s Our Air (www.itsourair.org) project, and to communicate NC Air Awareness messages to the public. Additional communications, education, or marketing work may be assigned to support the N.C. Air Awareness program’s goals. The Specialist’s overall objective is to support the successful communication of air quality topics to K-12 students and the public to better their understanding of air quality, how it effects health, and how it impacts the natural environment.
Resumes can be sent to Robin Barrows (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Jonathan Navarro (email@example.com) with an email expressing interest.
Business Development Manager - Optimize Hire/Raleigh, NC
Optimize Hire is seeking a full-time Business Development Manager for our Raleigh, NC headquarters location. We encourage previous experience in sales or startups, but it is not required.
Optimize Hire helps over 200 organizations improve hiring decisions using state of the art pre-employment tests developed and validated by psychology experts. Similarly to the way college admissions departments use students' SAT scores, we ask job applicants to take an assessment when they apply to a job opening. We then rank applicants by their assessment scores to help employers better predict which applicants will be the best performers in the job. The company was founded in 2009 by a UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School professor, Dr. Adam Grant, now a tenured professor at The Wharton School and the University of Pennsylvania, and other UNC-Chapel Hill graduates.
You have 1-2 years of sales or startup experience and a strong drive for sales results. You also enjoy working in a small team environment. You are a dependable teammate and can foster meaningful client relationships with your good interpersonal skills and conscientiousness. You like an entrepreneurial work environment, a diverse portfolio of responsibility, and have a high level of initiative.
Your responsibilities include four areas: business development, customer service, operations, and technical support.
For more information on the position and how to apply, click here.
Please email Clara Femia, firstname.lastname@example.org (UNC Media and Journalism 2018) with any questions! This job is open to all experience levels (despite the 1-2 years experience ballpark in the job posting).
Business and Real Estate Reporter - The News & Observer/Raleigh, NC
The (Raleigh) News & Observer and The (Durham) Herald-Sun in North Carolina are looking for a smart, energetic reporter who has an abiding interest in business and real estate news.
The reporter will research and write daily stories along with deeper projects that examine the impact of business and real estate growth and expansion in our fast-growing region. The reporter will cover people, companies, key issues and trends in the business and real estate communities. Because we’re in the capital city of North Carolina, the reporter also will have an eye on the intersection of business, real estate and politics.
This is a great opportunity for a newer reporter, but is not an entry-level position. Candidates must have at least a year’s experience covering business and/or real estate. Candidates must have a college degree, preferably in business, journalism or communications. A previous newsroom internship covering business and/or real estate is a plus.
Carolina Panthers Reporter - The Charlotte Observer / Charlotte, NC
Here is the full description.
The Charlotte Observer is looking for a driven beat reporter to cover the Carolina Panthers. Our Panthers reporters work in a competitive, fast-paced environment to break news and to deliver exclusive enterprise and smart analysis. The Panthers beat reporter should have a deep knowledge of the NFL and be adept at building team and league sources. A strong source network is vital to being out front of competitors, and the Panthers reporter must be able to find and break news, cover breaking news with urgency and develop compelling story lines and analysis. In covering one of the most important beats at the newspaper, the Panthers reporter uses use social media as a news-gathering tool, an engagement opportunity and a means to put our news and enterprise in front of a topic-specific audience across Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other platforms.
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Freelance Writers - WRAL Digital Solutions / Raleigh, NC
WRAL Digital Solutions is seeking freelance writers with journalism backgrounds and a degree from an accredited institution to write native advertising articles that will be published on WRAL.com and WRALTechWire.com. Freelancers will get bylines on these platforms. Additional writing opportunities for marketing copy such as blogs, social media posts, and website copy are also available. WRAL Digital Solutions is a full-service marketing company that specializes in paid advertising, SEO, websites, and more. Aside from traditional agency offerings, we’re able to offer our clients marketing opportunities via our parent company Capitol Broadcasting Company’s owned and operated platforms. Please send all inquiries and resumes to email@example.com.