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Digital Communication Assistant

Deadline: 
Thursday, February 28, 2019

Check out an opportunity to get professional experience managing and creating content on social media for the GEO Study Abroad office!

 

Hourly Rate: $11.75

Position Specifics: Part-time, FLSA non-exempt

Duration: Training & Shadowing in Spring quarter 2019

                    Summer ‘19, Fall ‘19, Winter ‘20, and Spring ’20

Hours per week: Training – 4-5 hours/wk

                                 Work – 10-15 hours/wk

Application Instructions: 

Click HERE for the online application

Or the copy the link: http://intlsa.uoregon.edu/?go=DigitalCommAsst

A complete application package includes:

  • Student Profile
  • Resume and Cover Letter
  • Three (3) work samples (file or links)
    • Examples can be: graphic design, video samples, media campaign projects, professional social media accounts, etc

Contact information:

For application questions or issues, Kayla Grosjean at grosjean@uoregon.edu

State: 
OR
Type: 
Company: 
Global Education Oregon (GEO) Study Abroad Office
City: 
Eugene
Categories: 

Social Media Intern

Deadline: 
Thursday, February 28, 2019

OREGON FOREST RESOURCES INSTITUTE 
    
   STUDENT PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL WORKER – #0150 
   (SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN) 
    
    
   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 
   Must be a junior or senior college student currently enrolled in or having identified a field of specialization in communications, journalism, public relations, marketing or another related academic discipline. Familiarity with social media, in particular Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and some experience with social media content management. 
    
   GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS 

Website: 

oregonforests.org

Application Instructions: 

Please send a one-page cover letter and resume to Inka Bajandas at bajandas@ofri.org

State: 
OR
Type: 
Company: 
Oregon Forest Resources Institute
City: 
Portland
Categories: 

Social Media Community Manager

Deadline: 

Job Type: CP Career
Compensation: $42-45k/DOE

 

This company is looking for a curious, relatable, enthusiastic and savvy person to manage the social communities for our natural food clients. This person will manage and develop content, helping to reinforce a strong brand voice and nurture relationships with the communities. The ideal candidate for this position is passionate about pop culture and snacking, and has prior experience managing a community and creating content – both written and visual.

Application Instructions: 

Found through https://www.campuspoint.com/Jobs/22583 see here for more details

Type: 
Company: 
CampusPoint
Categories: 

COE Communications Student Internship

Deadline: 
Friday, January 25, 2019

The Communications Assistant will provide a wide range of services and support for the Director of Communications. Through this position, the student will develop skills in creating and executing content for multiple varied mediums to meet the goals of the COE’s strategic communications plan through unified messaging. 

 

Application Instructions: 

Interested individuals should submit the following application requirements by October 26, 2018, to Jessica Roberts at coesocial@uoregon.edu with the subject line “Application for Communications Intern”. Please include these documents in one PDF: 
   • Résumé 
   • Cover letter outlining your qualifications as they pertain to the position description 
   • Writing samples 
   • Answers to attached questions (see below) 
   • Names and contact information for two professional references who can confirm your skills 
   • Screenshot of current class schedule from Duckweb 
    
   Please answer the following questions and include them in your application as outlined above. 
   • Why are you interested in this position? 
   • Describe your computer skills and your experience using Microsoft Office applications. 
   • This position works approximately three hours per shift. After reviewing the job description to gain an understanding of the position, how will you prioritize and manage the workload? 
   • The COE brings in more research dollars than any other college in the university, what experience do you have in reading research articles and papers? 

State: 
OR
Type: 
Company: 
University of Oregon College of Education
City: 
Eugene
Categories: 

Communications intern

Deadline: 
Saturday, December 15, 2018

The communications intern will help develop and advance the public relations plan for the FY2019 grant-making year of the Oregon Arts Commission and the Oregon Cultural Trust. He or she will be responsible for researching and writing stories of impact due to grants awarded across the state. Grants are awarded to artists as well as to arts and cultural organizations with a goal of ensuring a positive impact on the lives of Oregonians. The intern will be free to explore and generate stories of impact for enewsletters, social media and "one sheets" used for advocacy purposes.

Application Instructions: 
State: 
OR
Type: 
Company: 
Oregon Cultural Trust/ Oregon Arts Commission
City: 
Remote and in Salem
Categories: 

Social Media Marketing Internship

Deadline: 
Friday, November 30, 2018

Responsibilities: 
   • Conduct digital communications in a professional and appropriate way on all social media platforms. 
   • Manage social media traffic and understand current digital trends in other educational platforms. 
   • Create and execute digital communications plans and strategies with clear articulation of goals, audience, tactics, and metrics. 
   • Use software tools, including Adobe Creative Suite and social media management tools (e.g. Hootsuite, TweetDeck, HubSpot). 

Website: 
Application Instructions: 

Email current resume or CV to fatima@uoregon.edu with a short description of why you want to pursue this position.

State: 
OR
Type: 
Company: 
Project Escolar
City: 
Eugene
Categories: 

Public Relations Strategist

Deadline: 
Monday, November 19, 2018

General Qualifications: 
    
   Having a desire to learn and being self-motivated are the most important qualifications for this position. 
   A successful candidate is one who seeks opportunities to learn about other cultures and develop their workplace professionalism. 
   Must be available to work 2019-2020 academic year. Summer availability is optional.*
   Self-motivated and attentive to detail 
   Interest in or a general knowledge of the Mills International Center 

Application Instructions: 

   ORGSYNC APPLICATION 
   https://proxy.qualtrics.com/proxy/?url=https%3A%2F%2Forgsync.com%2F50676%2Fforms%2F344731%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR3BL5va_45CIroLaMkfUHLVayrgAd4ec9D616LBWkVvlNyLDXIpywyrM2k&token=upyz23d7q3TMEdPUT9a%2BxV541s0TPnGPKCEHAjRcO8w%3D 
    
   To apply: Complete this application form online, including uploading your schedule, current resume, portfolio or work samples relevant to position, and answers to the application questions. You do NOT need to submit a cover letter, responding to the application questions fulfill that role. 
    
   Please prepare a response to the following questions. Please limit your responses to a paragraph per question: 
    
   What would you like to learn from working at the Mills International Center? 
   Please describe a time when you collaborated with an individual or group from a different background, identify any challenges that occurred and how you approached/addressed those challenges. 
   Please describe an experience that challenged an idea or belief that you had and shifted your perspective. 

State: 
OR
Type: 
Company: 
Mills International Center
City: 
Eugene
Categories: 

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