Job - Part Time

Habitat needs your help!

We have a great entry level Marketing Position for one of your students studying business.

Working with Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County is very rewarding and would be a great opportunity for someone who wants to one day lead a non-profit agency.

It is a full-time AmeriCorps position that includes a living stipend and education award. (Note I didn’t say salary).

The ideal candidate would live in Salisbury (with parents) or can live affordably with friends or family. The stipend is about $1100 a month.

I might have housing available by August, but not guaranteed.

habitatforhumanity@gulls.salisbury.edu

Yours in service,

Molly Hilligoss

Executive Director

Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County, Inc.

908 W. Isabella St.

Salisbury, MD 21801

Membership Development Manager - The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Reston, VA

Does membership acquisition excite you? Do you like working with others who are passionate about their work? If so, come join The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)! We are currently searching for a development manager to spearhead our member recruitment campaigns. Must have a four- year degree with 5-7 years’ experience in association membership/marketing & specific experience and quantifiable success in direct mail advertising, digital acquisition, and social media acquisition. To submit resume and cover letter go to:  https://asce.applicantpro.com/jobs/961966.html

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Bayrunner opportunity!

We are looking for a couple of highly motivated individuals to assist our Salisbury office with many tasks including scheduling and booking reservations, monitoring road conditions, and dispatching with drivers. This job requires excellent multitasking and phone skills. Additionally, applicants should be good with navigation and giving road directions to drivers. 

  •  Please email resume and availability to caroline@bayrunnershuttle.com we have two shifts a day, one from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and another from 2:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. so we are looking for availability for either one of those shifts 1-3 times per week. We have had a lot of success with all majors in the past but this job is especially pertinent to business majors and provides a good glimpse into the world of entrepreneurship and small business management!


Fall 18’ Student Internship Job Description


The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) is offering a 100-hour student internship at its offices in Salisbury from August 27, 2018 to December 10, 2018.
Tasks will include:
• Giving Tuesday Nonprofit Registration. Assist nonprofits during the registration phase of our annual online giving campaign, Giving Tuesday. CFES uses a third-party software database, which the student will be expected to learn and operate within. Outreach will be completed through phone conversations and email communication. Learn more at www.shoregivesmore.org
• Giving Tuesday Event Support: Help our team build and run the social and training events that fuel Giving Tuesday. This task consists of both preparation and day of support. The student will be expected to work alongside our program team during Giving Tuesday events.
• Lower Shore Nonprofit Economic and Social Impact Study: Projects include graphic design, data presentation, coordinating events, research, and other administrative tasks. The impact study is an ongoing collaborate project taking place across the Lower Shore in 2018/2019. Learn more at www.lowershorenpimpact.org
• Depending on circumstances, additional projects may also be available during this internship.
Qualifications
A candidate must be enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate of an accredited college or university. Organizational, research, and oral and written communication skills needed. Familiarity with graphic design programs is required.
Intern is expected to use the internship to gain experience and knowledge of the workings of a public foundation and as such the internship is considered part of the student’s educational experience. The Foundation is pleased to work with the student’s educational institution to enable the student to gain college credits.
As leaders, grant makers, and stewards of philanthropy, the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore connects people who care to causes that matter for the common good of the Lower Eastern Shore. We are a 501c3 nonprofit with an inspiring history of fostering charitable endeavors and have provided more than $66.9 million in grants and scholarships to the local community since 1984.
Interested students are encouraged to contact: Heather Mahler, Program Director at the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore by September 15, 2018. Phone: 410-742-9911 or email: hmahler@cfes.org.
1324 Belmont Avenue ∗ Suite 401 ∗ Salisbury, MD 21801 ∗ 410-742-9911 ∗ www.cfes.org

Cheerwine ambassador for SU

Students need to go in through their Career Connections account to view the posting and the application instructions.

Does not have to be a marketing major – just needs to be outgoing, motivated, self-starter / able to keep busy independently with little supervision

 

https://candidate.gradleaders.com/SalisburyU/Candidates/Login.aspx?pid=3618&dljobpostingid=2777027

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Want to work with the Shorebirds?

Hi Professor Morris  

Jordan Levere here with what you like to call a "shameless promo". Next Saturday, February 17th, the Delmarva Shorebirds are hosting their open casting call for a variety of game day positions to staff our upcoming 2018 baseball season.    I believe this would be great to share with students, as working here for 5 seasons has been one of the best experiences of my life. Also, for any students interested in the field of sports marketing, this would be a great start.    Please feel free to contact me with any questions regarding Delmarva Shorebirds Baseball.    Thank You

Jordan Levere    https://twitter.com/shorebirds/status/959458445589204992

Choptank Campus Rep

Do you love your Alma Mater? Are you looking to build business connections, while meeting new people? Do you have just a few hours each week to spare?
Choptank is searching for an upbeat, driven and dedicated student to work part- time on Salisbury University’s campus and serve as a liaison between Choptank and Salisbury students.
Choptank is a dynamic and fast-growing full service 3PL or third-party Logistics company. We are essentially the matchmaker between the customers who need to move their freight, and the carriers (or drivers) who haul freight to make a living. Choptank is headquartered in Maryland with regional offices around the country. For the past decade we continue to have one of the fastest growth rates in our industry.
Here at Choptank, our customers come from a broad range of industries including dry food and goods, produce, pharmaceuticals, lumber, pet products and nursery. By providing an extraordinary workplace and using sticking to our values, we find ways to commit, adapt, grow and succeed in daily operations.
The benefits of becoming a Choptank Campus Representative:
 You will build valuable career skills such as public speaking, the ability to communicate with a variety of individuals, and learning problem solving skills- while gaining mentorship from Choptank employees
 You will become the go to person on campus for all things Choptank
 You will gain leadership and marketing experience in an encouraging, goal oriented environment, to become a valuable asset to future employers
 You will expand your professional network and connections, all while earning extra money
 Get free Choptank Swag- because everybody loves free
 With successful completion of outlined responsibilities our Campus Ambassador can earn $200 a month
About the Program:
As Choptank's Representative, you play a meaningful role in providing student support to your campus community. You will be responsible for finding new and standout ways to market Choptank’s brand to students. In addition, you will work closely with faculty and peers of all majors to educate them about Choptank, and show them how a career in Logistics is a smart choice.
Responsibilities:
 Hand out and display posters/flyers in highly trafficked areas
 Career Fair and Campus Event assistance
 Compile lists of events and happenings around campus that Choptank could attend
 MASMI program Assistance
 Commit to a minimum of 1 semester of service
 Average time dedication: about 3-5 hours a week
 Promote the brand through distribution and wearing our Choptank logo
 Find new and exciting ways to bring awareness to Choptank and careers in Logistics and Sales
Qualifications:
 Students need to be currently enrolled at Salisbury University
 Second and third-year undergraduates of Business, Psychology and Communications majors may apply
 Outgoing, articulate and responsible individual who is able to expertly communicate with faculty, Choptank employees, and the student body
Q&A:
What is the Choptank Campus Representative program- does this count as my internship:
Choptank’s Campus Representative serves as an advocate to help Choptank better meet students’ educational needs, while also playing a vital role in providing a student voice to faculty and Choptank professionals. It is a part-time position, and students will be paid upon satisfactory completion of the responsibilities. This program does not constitute as an internship.
What does the day to day job look like:
Tasks and responsibilities vary by the need of the organization and the needs of the students on Salisbury’s campus. Representatives typically work no more than five hours per week where they'll be interacting with other students, faculty, and Choptank professionals.
Who will the Campus Representative report to:
Choptank’s Campus Representative will report to our Recruiting department, in our Preston, MD headquarters. The representative will be expected to effectively communicate with the department via email or telephone on a weekly basis, and come to the office once a month. Outside of that communication, the representative should also be comfortable working on their own.
How do I apply?
For consideration, please send resumes and cover letters via email to Morgan Chatkewitz at Morgan.Chatkewitz@choptanktransport.com
“At Choptank Transport we are passionate about the future and what it holds for our company. One reason we are confident about our future is our people. The colleagues who drive Choptank Transport are the reason for our progress to date. They will be the reason for our success in the future. It is a company defined by the character and integrity of our people. We believe Choptank Transport to be an exceptional company—a company of people proud of the work they do and the solutions they provide.” Geoff Turner, CEO
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Book Marketing

One of my friends, Kerry Forrestal, is looking for someone to help him market his book. He is an emergency doctor at PRMC, but writes books on the side. Here is the message he sent me:
“The project is basically getting our book out to newspapers that are large enough to do book reviews but small enough to take an interest. So, for example, our book is not likely to be reviewed in the New York Times anytime soon, but the Ithica times did a very very nice review. So we're looking to find newspapers in the mid-range in markets that are friendly to science fiction. The starting date is flexible as soon as we find somebody, The number of hours was initially going to at 50 before we reevaluate if there's anything worthwhile going on. The pay rate would be $10 an hour with a bonus of $25 every time they get us into the newspaper for review. They have to document all contacts so that we have the research to go back on later.
This is the first project of several that I have that could use an extra set of hands to do some of the work I don't have time to do.”

Interested? Reach out to Kerry Forrestal: 419-302-9480.

MARKETING MANAGER – AIPAC, Washington, DC


The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is seeking a Marketing Manager to join their National Development Department located in Washington, DC. The Marketing Manager will work with AIPAC’s Direct Marketing Director to plan, execute and evaluate AIPAC’s direct marketing campaigns; including mail, online fundraising and telemarketing efforts. The Marketing Manager will be expected to brainstorm, research, and implement strategies to increase the quality of AIPAC’s overall marketing results. The ideal candidate for this position will have at least 5 to 7 years of direct marketing experience; knowledge of database marketing and analytics (specifically working with Microsoft Excel to report results); and experience managing back-end operational aspects for campaigns (working with printers and mail houses). Experience and knowledge of marketing design, writing direct marketing copy, and tools to create and manage e-campaigns not required but highly preferred. For more information and to apply, please visit https://www.aipac.org/careers. Applicants must submit a resume and cover letter, incomplete applications will not be considered. AIPAC is an equal opportunity employer.

Red Thinking Social Media Internship

Hey there! It's been forever! I hope all is well with you. I am actually at a new advertising agency, running their digital department. We are looking to hire a social media intern, unpaid, but can help with school credit. It will be really hands on and it is a remote position - so it would need to be someone who you think is very accountable. I have attached the job description. If you can think of anyone, please have them apply! We are looking to make a decision by next week - so tell them to act quick! Thanks! They can send me their resume and cover letter - kellie@redthinkingllc.com. JOB DESCRIPTION Red Thinking is looking for a Social Media Intern to join our team. The ideal applicant will possess strong knowledge of the digital media landscape, including various social media sites. The successful candidate will be responsible for monitoring blogs and social networks, creating content, and participating in online outreach and promotion. Those looking to gain valuable online media experience with an established organization are encouraged to apply. Responsibilities will include a weekly video call with Red Thinkers to check in and monitor progress, logging 10-12 hours/week, as well as the following for multiple clients and across various industries: • Develop content calendars on a bi-weekly basis and schedule posts accordingly • Create engaging content, following the brand's tone and voice • Engage with followers • Grow linking strategy • Offer insight and recommendations on how to improve client's social presence • Monitor analytics with social media team to identify viable ideas • Create a library of stock imagery to be used with social media posts that reflects the correct demographic and visual brand identity • Write blogs on an as needed basis OUR VALUES Work to live, not live to work – A good work-life balance is hard to come by. So here at Red Thinking it takes a team effort to make the concept come to life. Every project is a team project, that means we always support and cover each other when deadlines are tight, work is heavy or it’s vacation time. Do what you love – Each Red Thinker works in their “genius zone” meaning we are responsible for the areas of the business in which we are most passionate, talented, and can make the biggest difference. Give Back – Using our marketing, design and digital skills to help small businesses, non- profits and civic groups reach their goals is how Red Thinking stays socially conscious. We love helping people succeed by volunteering our services to groups making a difference in the local community and beyond. Be Proactive – We are all about discovering the ultimate solution to our clients’ pain points. To do that we take action by considering and sharing unique approaches, considerations, and ensuring we answer questions before they need to be asked. Deliver what you promise and then some – We get a huge kick out of knocking our clients socks off. The thrill of hearing “what a great idea!” or “So much more than we expected!” straight from our client gives us goose bumps. So we just keep doing it. Get to know us more: RedThinkingLLC.com

WeddingWire needs some marketing assistance

Hi Paula! I hope all is well now that the semester is winding down. I wanted to reach out with an opportunity for your students. We have multiple content writer roles open, and we are ideally looking for marketing students with excellent writing skills. It's part-time and remote, so it's ideal for juniors and seniors to gain experience, and it's also a great way to network and make an impact with our marketing team here at WeddingWire. Applications can be submitted at the following job description link: http://jobs.weddingwire.com/?gh_jid=932606 I would greatly appreciate it if you could share this opportunity with your students. Please let me know if you have any questions! All the best, Josh

Inside Sales Representative (Part-Time) - Delmarva Shorebirds

DELMARVA SHOREBIRDS
BASEBALL CLUB
6400 Hobbs Road
Salisbury, MD 21804
(410) 219-3112


7th Inning Stretch, headed by C.E.O. Tom Volpe and President Pat Filippone, is recognized as one of the leading sports ownership firms in the country. Currently, 7th Inning Stretch owns and operates the Stockton Ports, Single-A Affiliate of the Oakland A’s, in the California League, the Delmarva Shorebirds, Single-A Affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles in the South Atlantic League and the Everett AquaSox, Single-A Short Season Affiliate of the Seattle Mariners in the
Northwest League. The Delmarva Shorebirds play at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium located on the Delmarva Peninsula with a market that spans the states of Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. 7th Inning stretch prides itself on building a stronger community, furthering the careers of its employees and creating a superior product both on and off the field.

Inside Sales Representative (Part-Time)
Start Date: January 2018
This position will work under and report to: Director of Ticket Sales
The Inside Sales Representative position is a part time and seasonal sales position that is focused on connecting with Shorebirds fans via phone calls on a daily basis. This position will learn more about the fans game day experiences with the Shorebirds and determine if a season ticket, mini-plan, ticket pack or group outing would be appropriate fit for the customer for the 2018 season.

Responsibilities:
• Contribute to the team growth in season ticket, partial season ticket and group ticket revenue
• Prospecting new customers from various databases of past ticket buyers and cold calls.
• Meeting or exceeding weekly sales goals
• Efficiently cold calling new potential prospects and consistently converting new prospects into clients
• Providing quality, professional customer service to accounts
• Conducting in stadium appointments with prospective clients
• Other duties as necessary

Qualifications Required:
• Extremely comfortable making outbound phone calls on a daily basis
• Strong communication and listening skills
• Strong leadership qualities
• Strong planning and organizational skills
• Energetic and enthusiastic with the ability to take initiative
• Demonstrate a positive and professional attitude at all times
• Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule (evenings and weekends)
• Experience with Microsoft Office
Physical Requirements: Candidate must have the ability to handle stress in a fast paced environment.

COMPENSATION:
Part-Time Hourly Position