CONTACT UPDATE <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Job description: BIO-WEST seeks an assistant editor for its Logan, Utah, office. Responsibilities include assisting editorial staff with designing, proofreading, and formatting reports and other materials; coordinating with staff and clients to revise language for clarity, grammar, and consistency; reproducing and distributing documents; updating employee resumes and marketing materials; maintaining BIO-WEST’s website; assisting with administrative duties such as rerouting incoming calls, managing office traffic, taking meeting minutes, maintaining an electronic personnel schedule, and running occasional errands. May help organize company events and assist with IT tasks.
Requirements: BS degree in English or natural resources field and relevant editing experience, and 1 year of professional experience.
Skills: Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat and InDesign required, familiarity with Adobe Photoshop preferred. Experience editing biological, scientific, or technical materials and ability to assist staff with software issues a plus.
Compensation: Pay commensurate with experience. Benefits include 11 paid holidays, paid time off for personal and sick leave, 401k plan, profit sharing program, dental insurance, health savings account options and contributions, 125 cafeteria plan for childcare, and discretionary bonuses.
Application: Send cover letter, resume, three professional references, and a writing/editing example to: assistant editor by . email@example.com
Temporary position expected to last 4-6 months
Will work with physicians and other ancillary service depts. to create content for the clinic's website and other online media.
Create engaging content incorporating an understanding of SEO concepts.
Transform detailed medical concepts into meaningful patient information.
BA/BS degree in English, Communications, Journalism "preferred"
Minimum of 2 years' professional writing experience in the area of web copy writing. (If you don't have the experience and are interested, go ahead and apply)
Experience with HTML and Word Press preferred; previous healthcare experience a plus.
Exceptional interpersonal skills with an ability to establish immediate rapport with physicians and other healthcare providers.
**Must provide your portfolio of work!
Internet Marketing Internship now open with the U.S. Institute of Languages
Internet Marketing Internship
Internet Marketing Apprentice
Ogden, UT (2 minutes from WSU)
Starting at $11.00/hr
20 hrs/week M-F (Part -Time) The schedule is flexible to accommodate students working on a degree
U.S. Institute of Languages® and LearnALanguage.com create language-learning courses available on the internet. Not only do we strive to provide the best user experience online, we are also dedicated to providing our employees a professional and enjoyable culture in which to work. Here is your chance to work for a successful internet company and learn how to get websites ranked high in search engines.
You will learn the most important skill to getting a website ranked #1 on Google – building links from other websites on the internet. You will receive personal training and read materials to help you learn this process. It will take creativity and initiative on your part to be successful. This job is a lot of hard work, but the rewards are very satisfying. This job, although an internship right now, has the potential to turn into a career position. The majority of what those hired will do is contacting websites by email and sometimes by phone to promote our website. This is THE activity that most helps websites achieve higher internet rankings. This helps established companies improve internet rankings, and also helps new websites get initial rankings on the internet.
- Must be able to accomplish goals under your own initiative and with a low level of supervision
- Must have great communication skills – especially writing
- Must be creative and innovative
- Must be success oriented
- Must have a passion to learn internet marketing and how to get sites ranked in Google as well as how to bring traffic to websites
- Must be able to analyze the big picture of a link-building campaign (training provided)
- Must be very familiar with the Internet as a whole with a strong internet presence
- Candidates must become familiar with our website: learnalanguage.com
Note: you do not have to know a foreign language but it could be very helpful.
Please Note: While this is a fun, exciting and interesting position, it does require a person of high work ethic.
HOW TO APPLY
-Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
-Contact Dave Clark at 475-4441 ext 100 for more information.
Associate Technical Writer
About the Job
United Way is willing to offer a student a $475 stipend to design a graphic they could use for a new program they are creating as they just won a large federal grant. Additionally, they need a website built for this program as well. Again, they are willing to offer a stipend to a student who builds the site for them. They are looking to have a graphic by the end of January and a website very shortly thereafter.
If interested, contact Tim Jackson at email@example.com.
Strong Writers with Pleasant Personalities Needed
I own an executive recruiting firm (my website is www.cb-asso.com) that specializes in helping local governments (cities and counties, primarily) find key executives. Part of our work involves interviewing references and preparing a summary of the conversation. I am writing to you because I know Weber has a strong technical writing program and that is the kind of people I am looking for.
The work is reasonably interesting and requires someone with a pleasant personality to interview the references and strong writing skills to prepare the summary of each conversation. The staff member must be reliable. Our work is very time sensitive so those who do not meet our deadlines are quickly let go.
All of our staff work from their homes, and while we have deadlines, our staff members have a great deal of flexibility in terms of scheduling the interviews with the references and when they prepare the written summary (which averages one page single spaced).
We pay by the reference and our staff members typically earn between $200 and $1,000 a month. The amount varies and depends on how much time the individual have to devote to the work and how good they are. To the degree possible, we assign the work to the better writers because they require less editing. The staff members are all independent contractors.
Many of our writers are stay at home mothers who want to pick up a little extra money. That is not a requirement, of course. It is just the way it seems to work out.
If you are aware of who might be interested in working with my firm, please have them forward a resume to me at Colin@cb-asso.com. Please also have them use the subject line above so I can quickly separate them from my other email and begin the evaluation. In all, we are looking for three to five new staff members.
Thank you! I do appreciate any assistance you can give us.
@ Colin Baenziger & Associates
Pay Grade 4
Requisition Number 08095
Hourly Pay Rate:
Job Description Individual will support University Communication's mission to create engaging public relations and marketing materials that promote the university in a positive way and build connections with various audiences, with an emphasis on online and social media communications.
Please describe the minimum educational requirements of your job, including specific degrees of coursework requirements. Bachelor's degree in Communication, English or related discipline.
Please indicate the areas and amount of experience needed to meet the minimum requirements of your job. Please be specific in terms of years and months of experience required in each area. One year professional experience maintaining a Web page or in social media administration required.
Licenses, registration, or certificates required:
Please list any specific credentials needed to meet the minimum requirements of your position.
Please list job skills that are a requirement of your position, such as personal computer skills and background in specific computer applications such as word processing, database, GroupWise, spreadsheets, etc.
Preferred Qualifications Seeking applicants with strong social media administration skills; strong writing skills including writing for public relations as well as journalism; strong interpersonal communication skills, ability to contribute to a team effort; ability to adapt writing to different audiences.
Experience using a content management system or other Web development tools
News reporting and/or information gathering skills
Editing skills including knowledge of Associated Press style guide and rules of grammar, punctuation and organization
Familiar with posting video to Web and social media
Familiar with Web coding languages like HTML and CSS
Knowledge of The Associated Press Stylebook
Required Applicant Documents Resume
Other Document 1
Optional Applicant Documents Other Document 2
Percent of Time 100
Number of Months 12
Notes/Instructions to Applicants To apply, complete the online application and attach a cover letter, resume, list of references and three writing samples that demonstrate their versatility.
Screening of applications will begin November 2, 2012. Position will remain open until filled.
Criminal background check required as a condition of employment.
IBM is looking for qualified internship candidates for 2013.
Our mission, in a nutshell, is to increase customer productivity and efficiency by making IBM products easier to use. We accomplish this by creating intuitive, accessible, and global information and interfaces. Our goal is to minimize the need for explicit information by improving the design of our products. But, when our customers do need explicit information, we provide them with the exact information that they want, when they want it, in the format and media they prefer, quickly and easily. All of this requires us to interact with our customers and to maintain an unwavering focus on their changing wants and needs.
Technical Communicators, or Information Developers, work closely with software development teams to make our software products easier to install and use by designing dynamic embedded assistance, information dashboards, installation wizards, and a variety of guidance and reference information. As an Information Developer, you will analyze audience characteristics, user tasks, and product specifications, synthesize complex technical information for end users, and work across multiple teams. Positions are available to develop online, printed, or interactive user assistance for transaction processing, database, and application development products.
Baseline skill expectations include good verbal and written communication abilities, strong motivation, and the ability to work effectively in a team environment. You should be working towards a degree in an appropriate major such as technical communication, computer science, computer engineering, mathematics, user interface design, or human-computer interaction. You should also have an understanding of computer science concepts, usability design principles and information design. Programming experience, including Java, C++, XML, PHP, or PERL, is a plus. Familiarity with open source technologies, such as Eclipse and DITA/XML, is desired. Project management and planning, team leadership skills, and familiarity with graphical user interface design are also desired.
Bring your talents to IBM, and help us shape the future.
How to apply
Go to www.ibm.com/employment, and click on Search for jobs at IBM.
For Position Type, select Student/Internship and enter one of the following Job IDs in the keyword search field:
§ SWG-0523492 for Master’s candidates
§ SWG-0523520 for Bachelor’s candidates
Should you be interested in this position, please contact Lisa Bays <firstname.lastname@example.org>, phone (720-322-6825).
Open until filled.
- This position requires the successful candidate to be a Junior or Senior level student currently enrolled fulltime in classes leading to a Bachelors Degree in an applicable technical writing or instructional design .
- Must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.
- CO-OPs will be required to work 20-25 hours per week. Schedules can be customized to accommodate student schedules.
- CO OPs must carry 12 credit hours per semester.
- Effective communication skills (written an verbal), interpersonal skills, and peer mentoring.
- Experience in developing a variety of training materials including PowerPoint presentations, facilitator guides, job aids, assessments, and hands-on exercises (optional) using MS Office products and software systems.
- Understanding of instructional design including, creating learning objectives, knowledge checks, proofreading, editing, and incorporating feedback.
- Critical thinking, problem-solving, and resource management. Attention to detail and ability to cross-reference information for multiple purposes.
This position may be filled at a higher grade based on the successful applicant's skills, education and experience.
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing and background checks.
Apply online for this position.
The LDS Church Magazines, LDS.org, and General Publications Editingoffer paid internships that give students four months of experience in editorial and publishing work. At the end of September, we will begin the hiring process for our Winter 2012 internships.
On Friday, September 21, at 2 p.m., we will be holding an informational meeting at the Church Office Building in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the meeting, we will discuss:
* The kind of work experience a student can expect to gain during an internship
* The application process and associated deadlines
* Application and portfolio tips
We will also answer any questions students may have about the internships.
Will you please let your students know about this meeting? Those wishing to attend should notify me in advance (at email@example.com) so that I can prepare visitor passes for them. Those who are unable to attend but still wish to obtain information about the positions may contact me at the same address.
Joshua J. Perkey
Assistant Managing Editor, New Era
LDS Church Magazines
The United Way of Northern Utah is offering an unpaid internship opportunity that might be really beneficial for junior and senior level students. Interns would be volunteering in the "Loaned Executive" program at United Way wherein they would be assigned a portfolio of accounts and work as fundraisers and community spokespersons for United Way.
Volunteer interns receive professional training and practice in public speaking, project management, and leadership development. They would acquire an in-depth knowledge of the community and how United Way works to engage business, government, and non-profit organizations to provide individuals and families with opportunities to succeed.
If you think this would be a meaningful learning opportunity for your students, please contact Mitch McBride, Resource Development Director for United Way of Northern Utah at (801) 399-5584, ext. 109 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grant Hogarth at email@example.com.
Human Resource Rep