Sunday, April 27, 2003

Advertising Analyst Internship (Chicago)

The Onion, America’s Finest News Source, is looking for an Ad Operations Analyst Intern for our Chicago office. Candidates should have knowledge of the market; similarly, the most competitive candidates will display a strong understanding of The Onion’s unique brand and readership. Candidates must be organized and attentive to detail, with strong analytical and communication skills. The internship is slated to last three months, at which point an extension will be considered.

Responsibilities include:
• Manage online advertising inventory and reservation process for The Onion’s local advertising clients.
• Assist the Ad Ops team setting up campaign scheduling and ad trafficking in the ad server.
• Monitor, analyze, optimize, and report on campaign performance.
• Aid the team with generating campaign delivery & financial reports for web advertising clients.

Job Requirements:
• Pursuing a degree in Marketing, Advertising, or Media related fields.
• Detail oriented with strong organizational and communication skills.
• Able to multi-task and prioritize workload.
• Must have advanced computer skills and be comfortable with Internet-based applications and Microsoft Excel. Some knowledge of HTML is required.

Candidates who are available morning hours are preferable. Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to scurtis@theonion.com. Please, no phone calls.
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Fair Housing Specialist (Baltimore, USA)

JOB DESCRIPTION

Position: Fair Housing Specialist (Test Coordinator/Compliance Officer)
Reports to: Senior Counselor-Fair Housing

General Responsibilities
Under the supervision of the Program Manager-Fair Housing, functions as flexible member in
support of federal, state, and local fair housing law enforcement. Coordinates all aspects of
testing and monitoring program, responds appropriately to discrimination inquiries, and provides
community education/ outreach. This position maintains necessary documentation and records
and works collaboratively with other BNI staff and departments. Fair Housing Specialists are
crossed trained on the Test Coordinator and Compliance Officer functions and assume primary
responsibility in one or both areas as assigned, based on the Fair Housing Department.

Specific Responsibilities
Collaborate with other BNI program staff in referring complaints and in conducting community
education and outreach activities. Provide education and outreach to organizations and agencies
on fair housing laws. Help to increase the awareness of the assistance available at BNI if
housing discrimination is suspected.

Assist with in-house training and orientation of staff, interns, volunteers, etc.
Keeps informed of developments in federal, state and local housing laws, regulations, guidelines,
court cases and research. Receives training in other BNI program activities.

Interact effectively and represent BNI in professional and positive manner at all times to clients,
representatives of housing, real estate, and related industries, staff, volunteers, testers, interns,
members, board directors, etc. Maintain appropriate confidentiality. Handle sensitive issues
with tact and professionalism.

Maintain complete and accurate records of all activities related to various job duties and
assignments and produces reports on such activities as may be required by BNI.
Monitor real estate advertising in newspapers magazines and other publications to ensure
compliance with the prohibition against discriminatory advertising practices. As requested, may
assist with program audits and reporting to funding sources. Some travel and evening or
weekend hours may be necessary in conjunction with testing and outreach activities.
Communicate and interact effectively and appropriately with BNI program and administrative
staff. Utilize formal and informal supervisory time with Program Manager to maintain
appropriate level of information sharing and goal setting. Other duties as assigned by the Senior
Counselor, Program Director, or Executive Director. Fair Housing Specialists are cross-trained
on Test Coordinator and Compliance Officer Position activities.

Test Coordinator (TC)
The TC is primarily responsible for all phases of fair housing testing activities. Recruit and train
testers. Facilitate positive relationships between testers and BNI. Employ various methods to
assist in determining where to conduct tests including scouting and research. Develop testing
strategy and select appropriate testers. Make test assignments, provide appropriate and thorough
instructions for each test, and review them with the testers. Provide clear and accurate directions
when necessary, utilizing maps or other sources of information. Analyze test reports, debriefing
notes, and other information to determine whether there is evidence of illegal housing
discrimination and, if so, assessing its severity. Maintain accurate and complete records on all
testing activity and prepares reports as required by BNI.

Compliance Officer (CO)
In consultation with Lead Counselor, receive and respond to all fair housing inquiries and
housing discrimination complaints coming to BNI. Obtain complete information about any
alleged discrimination and in consultation with appropriate staff; determine whether any
discriminatory housing practice appears to have occurred.

Provide consultation to complainants with regard to their rights, options and remedies under the
fair housing laws. Assist complainant in trying to negotiate a satisfactory resolution of their
complaints. Write reasonable accommodation or modification requests when necessary.
Undertake necessary investigative action in appropriate cases, including consulting with Test
Coordinator to schedule tests, scout sites, conduct surveys, and interview clients and witnesses.
Refer appropriate cases to federal, state and local agencies for necessary enforcement actions and
participate as required in gathering additional evidence and providing any other assistance
needed in those cases, including any further action taken through BNI’s own legal resources. Act
as a resource to outside attorneys litigating BNI cases. Maintain accurate and complete records
concerning the progress and resolution of all complaints and prepare such reports as are required
by BNI.

Requirements
BA/BS degree with relevant experience preferred. Bi-lingual (English & Spanish) language
skills a plus. Computer literacy in word processing and internet research required. This person
must have a proven ability to work within a structured organizational setting; excellent written,
verbal and interpersonal skills; the ability to remain objective and interact effectively with
persons in stressful and/or sensitive situations. Private transportation is necessary.

Interested persons may call Human Resources Director at 410-243-4468 or email your resume and cover letter to jobs@bni-maryland.org

BALTIMORE NEIGHBORHOODS, INC. – BNI is a 51 year old nonprofit Civil
Rights, Fair Housing and Tenant/Landlord organization. We specialize in providing information
about Tenant /Landlord issues and fighting against discriminatory housing practices. We are a
Civil Rights organization.

Marketing Agency Internship (Los Angeles, California)

The Sheppard is a Branded Entertainment and Alternative Marketing agency located in Los Angeles. Our company successfully provides our clients with services in the areas of Brand & Entertainment partnerships, video & TV production, live productions, and viral communication through traditional and non-traditional marketing avenues.


Currently, we are interested in filling an internship position. As an intern, you would have an integral role in researching companies and products, conducting both direct and social media outreach, and creating and editing proposals for various marketing campaigns. As a result, you will gain hands-on experience in marketing ranging from market research to TV spots and much more.

Please see the position requirements and qualifications listed below.

Requirements:

• Available to work at least 2-3 consecutive days a week.

• Conduct market and brand research.

• Reach out to small and large-scale companies.

• Write and edit press releases and proposals.

• Make correspondence and follow-up communication.

• Update company documents.

• Filing, phone calls, mailings, errands.

• Have a personal laptop, cell phone, and car.

Qualifications:

• Computer savvy and proficient in computer applications such as Microsoft Office (e.g., Excel, Word, and Power Point).

• Knowledge of social media websites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.

• Knowledge of current events and pop culture

• Articulate, mature, personable, and professional (i.e. in meetings, phone conferences, presentations).

• Pays special attention to detail (e.g., in creative projects and correspondence).

• Strong background in writing.

• Goal-oriented, driven, determined, consistent, open-minded, and passionate.

• Eager to learn about the field of marketing.

• Able to multi-task.

• Able to work well independently and in group settings.

• Able to work in an open and often active environment.

• Able to communicate with individuals of various positions.

• Punctual, reliable, and honest.

This position is unpaid, but lunch expenses will be covered and school credit is available.

This position is for applicants who can start the second week of August.

To apply, please send:

• Your resume

• A cover letter explaining why you would be a good asset to this company.

• A writing sample that showcases your writing ability. Any topic is acceptable, but a marketing topic is highly preferred.

All documents must be sent as attachments to work@thesheppard.com, attn: Bianca for Review

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Paid Internship (El Segundo)

Please apply only if you CURRENTLY live in the local LA area, are able to start immediately, and can work Monday -- Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. As this is a 40-hr per week job opportunity, only college graduates need apply.


Does the exciting world of public relations intrigue you? Not sure where to start? Well, here's your chance to get your foot in the door. . .and not just any door. Formula, one of the nation's fastest growing boutique agencies, currently seeks to fill paid internships at its Los Angeles office. Candidates should view PR as a potential career and have either previous education or work experience related to PR, marketing, journalism or communication.

The full-time internship lasts three months and includes

• Writing (press materials, pitch angles, etc.)

• Media outreach (phone and email pitching)

• Execution of various client program components

• Social Media

• Admin responsibilities (Phones, Microsoft Office and Shipping)

If you thrive in a fast-paced environment, challenge yourself and others to be creative, and view this opportunity as not just a learning experience but possibly a step toward your future, please apply by sending your resume to berg@formulapr.com with "Intern -- Los Angeles" clearly in the subject.

Please apply only if you currently live in the LA area, are able to start immediately, and can work Monday -- Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. as this is a 40-hr per week job opportunity.

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ADVERTISING/PR INTERN WANTED (Van Nuys)

Advertising/PR Interns Needed

We are an advertising and public relations agency located in Van Nuys.

We are Carson Dunn Media and need two sharp interns.

1) One intern will work on public relations/advertising, helping to develop and procure a client portfolio;

2) The second intern will work as an account representative.

Applicants know their respective skill levels and career aspirations, so we are interested in having the right people at Carson Dunn Media.

Within three months, these positions will be part-time. So consider this as an entry-level opportunity.

Although these positions are unpaid internships, we will pay a generous commission of 16%. You will receive school credit in the meantime.

Guerrilla and social marketing expertise is a point of focus. Ability to form Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and LinkedIn strategies is essential and

a featured service to our client base.

We are a multi-cultural and you must have the ability and desire to fit in. If desire to get into advertising and PR send us a resume. Please be serious,

professional in attitude (but not stuffy and obnoxious) and appearance. Communication skills are necessary.

818 387-6495

7065 Hayvenhurst Avenue, Ste, 12L.

Van Nuys, CA 91324

http://www.carsondunnmedia.com/ Hiring Organization: Carson Dunn Media

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Great Opportunity - Full Time School-Based Speech Therapist (Antelope Valley)

Every Child Achieves, Inc. (ECA) is currently seeking a full-time Speech-Language Pathologist to work with children in a school based setting in Antelope Valley starting immediately.


ECA is looking for future leaders in the field of Speech Therapy! If you are interested in making a difference, please e-mail or fax your resume to 818-392-5999. If you have any questions please call 818-392-5888 and ask to speak with one of our HR Representatives.

COMPANY OVERVIEW

Every Child Achieves, Inc. (ECA), and its affiliate companies are a unique group that services all ages including birth to geriatrics to provide integrated whole health services in several different community based programs. We work in a team approach including, OT, PT, Speech, Child Development Specialists, LCSW, RD and Nurses as appropriate to each case. ECA had its beginnings as an organization working with children, families and communities to help them reach their full developmental potential. ECA and affiliate companies work with regional centers, early start programs, schools, as well as outpatient clinic and home health agencies. Our unmatched experience in the field makes us stand out above the rest, as does our exceptional support team and the number and variety of opportunities we provide throughout Southern California.

We Provide:

 Competitive salary

 Excellent Benefits

 Full In-house training program

 Continuing Education, with approved CEU's

 Opportunities to work with all ages

 Internships with accredited programs

Visit www.everychildachieves.com to learn more about Every Child Achieves and its affiliated companies.

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