Saturday, September 25, 2010

Odds & Ends, Arts & Chainsaws

Stop the presses!* We've found THE GREATEST JOB EVER for this Saturday-something-extra edition that also features a higher-than-usual proportion of new media oriented postings, opportunities with arts organizations and a few odds & ends.

Now on the the all-caps-referenced feature attraction – really, could anything be better than doing social media work for a company that makes chainsaws and other great drill-and-chop stuff? In Virginia Beach? Sure, you could spend your time trying to make the world a better place – but for us, Social Media Specialist for STIHL is the pick of the litter.

Smithsonian InstitutionDevelopment Specialist, Major Gifts – $74k-$97k – job ID: 10A-MR-296452-TRF-TSA – apply by Oct 12

ZIPLOCALNew Media Specialist

Choral Arts Society of Washington:
Living SocialConsumer Advocate

GAP Inc. – San Francisco, CA (search keyword environmental or use job #)
FOX/National Geographic ChannelDirector, Digital Marketing – caveat: the apply link to FoxCareers site not working for us this a.m.

Maryland Institute College of Art
– Baltimore, MD:
Hanley WoodSenior Web Producer

US Conference of Catholic Bishops
No Labels Social Media Director – we think it’s this non/post-partisan group

Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts:
IKANOMarketing Communications Manager

Distributed Sun LLCMarketing/Communications Fellow

Graduate Management Admission Council:
Internal Revenue ServiceClerk/Intern – part-time position for current students – $16/hr – job ID: CCTW-10-99 – apply by Oct. 14

American Physical Society
Science Writing Intern – 3-6 month position, starting Oct. 2010 – $15/hr.

* Did we really say stop the presses? Man, we're old. Sigh.

1 comment:

government jobs said...

Yes, being the social media guru or assistant for stihl would be cool as long as I dont actually have to ever demo their products :-) Not too interested in cutting my arm off for a weekly webshow. But thanks a bunch for the post as usual, its great that you guys aggregate all these jobs for everybody each week.