Weekly Round-Up (4/21/17 – 4/28/17)

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Internships:

Chicago/Evanston

  • Allied Benefit Systems
    • Communications Project Interns, Eligibility Services
    • Implementation Project Intern
    • BPO Audit Project Intern
    • Plan Documentation Project Intern
  • Unapologetic Internship, LCC – Unapologetic Internship

Los Angeles, CA

  • Radmin Company – Summer Internship

New York, NY

  • Center for a New American Media – Documentary Internship

Freelance:

  • Ivy Bound Test Prep – Tutor (Chicago Suburbs & Online)

Full-time:

  • The Dubrof Group – Chief Communications Officer for Trinity Church (New York, NY)
  • WGN-TV (Chicago, IL)
    • Supervising Producer/WGN Weekend News
  • Communications Strategy Group (Denver, CO, New York, NY, Chicago, IL)
    • Content Strategist
    • Senior Associate
  • NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program – NNSA Graduate Fellowship (Nationwide)
  • Akira – Entry-Level Fast Fashion Retail Strategist and Excel Whiz (Chicago, IL)

Career Corner: Thank You Letters

Congrats, you just finished a job interview! Now what?

Thank you letters are a crucial step in the post interview hiring process. Check out this helpful article and learn how to craft a perfect thank you letter to make a lasting impression on any employer!

Happy job hunting!

EPICS Discover Spotlight: 4/25/17

Discover Spotlight features this week’s last chance internship opportunities. Additional information for each internship can be found on SoConnect

Kartemquin Films

KARTEMQUIN’S SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Job Location: Chicago, IL

Job ID: 4044

Expires: May 1, 2017

Interns at Kartemquin will have the opportunity to train with an internationally recognized non-profit media arts organization and learn how social issue documentary films are created, from research and development to distribution and outreach. Interns collaborate and train with a team of filmmakers who have produced emotionally compelling, challenging, and socially relevant documentaries for over forty-five years.

Summer term internships are part-time and run approximately 9 weeks. Interns will be expected to work approximately 16-20 hours a week, preferably spending at least one full day a week at Kartemquin. All interns will schedule their time during normal business hours, 9:30-6:00, Monday-Friday (except when assisting at special events and shoots that take place outside of regular hours).

Responsibilities:

  • Assisting in area documentary shoots
  • Research (festivals, grants, distribution and marketing, project related)
  • Transcribing, dubbing, logging, other post-production support
  • Preparing for, assisting in the implementation of, and attending local and in-house screenings and meetings
  • Writing/editing/updating: KTQ info on the web, newsletter articles, press and PR materials, proposals
  • Organizing and tracking sales, distribution
  • General admin: shipping, filing, answering phones/door, database entry

Qualifications: 

  • Prospective interns should share our vision of examining and critiquing society through the stories of real people. It is not necessary to have an extensive background in film or video production; however, organizational skills, a good sense of time management, and the ability to prioritize and juggle tasks are essential traits. Interns at Kartemquin will have many exciting learning opportunities; however, they will be expected to do clerical work between big projects. Interns must be able to take initiative, see tasks to completion, and problem-solve; strong writing skills are a plus.

Compensation

  • $500 Stipend

U.S Work Authorization:

  • F-1 Visa
  • H-1B Visa
  • J-1 Visa
  • Permanent Resident
  • US Citizen

How to Apply:

  • You must submit the following through SoConnect to be considered for an internship:
    – Completed application form (download as a Microsoft Word document from website).
    – Cover letter.
    – Resume.
    – Contact details for one reference (we will give you prior notice before contacting them).

National Kidney Foundation of Illinois

SPECIAL EVENTS INTERN

Job location: Chicago, IL

Job ID: 3996

Expires: May 3, 2017

The National Kidney Foundation of Illinois is seeking a Special Events Intern to assist with events and fundraising projects. This position will assist the development department in the production of events, solicitation of donations, coordination of volunteers and participants, and execution of event logistics.

Responsibilities: 

  • Phone communication with event attendees
  • Solicitation of in-kind donations from local vendors and sponsors
  • Assist with development of marketing and promotional materials
  • Assist with management of event social media
  • Assist with event logistics, planning, and execution, including day-of event management
  • Data entry and administrative support
  • Attend NKFI special events that occur during internship
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Excellent writing, research, communication and telephone skills
  • Proactive work ethic, self-directed
  • Highly organized with strong time management skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, as well as ability to learn additional software
  • Previous event planning, fundraising, or volunteer management experience a plus

Compensation:

  • Unpaid

U.S Work Authorization:

  • US Citizen

How to Apply:

  • Candidates interested in special event planning, fundraising, and non-profit administration are encouraged to apply. Minimum requirement of 10 hours per week, schedule can be flexible with hours between 9AM-5PM Monday through Friday. This is an unpaid internship. When applicable, the NKFI will work with schools to provide course credit.Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to Lena Clement, Director of Development, at lclement@nkfi.org. No phone calls please.

Ripple Public Relations

PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERN

Job location: Highland Park, IL

Job ID: 4023

Expires: May 7, 2017

Ripple Public Relations is a full service public relations, promotions and marketing agency specializing in the one-stop shop philosophy: advertising, marketing, public relations, social media, photography, electronic and digital technology all under one roof (well two, Highland Park, IL and East Lansing, MI).

Ripple Public Relation’s PR internship is a hands on real world experience. Interns are taught the tricks of the trade and integrated into all accounts to receive the greatest variety of opportunities. They serve as assistant account executives, and based upon their success they are given more responsibility.

Based on individual needs, internships are customized to each schedule. Year round internships are available for full time, or part time and full time during the school session. Summer internships are full time for three months.

Responsibilities:

  • Some of the tasks at hand are: event development and promotion, marketing plans, developing databases of media contacts and sponsors, writing press releases, interviewing sources, writing by-line articles, pitching stories to the media and getting interviews placed and articles published.

Compensation:

  • Unpaid or College Credit

U.S Work Authorization:

  • F-1 Visa
  • H-1B Visa
  • Permanent Resident
  • US Citizen

How to Apply:

  • Send resume, cover letter, and writing sample via SoConnect for consideration.

Susan Davis International 

COMMUNICATIONS/PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERN

Job ID: 4029

Job Location: Washington, D.C

Expires: May 8, 2017

Interns will gain work experience in a dynamic and fast-paced environment. Primary accounts currently seeking intern assistance focus on veterans issues, military marketing, cultural/educational/historical institutions, public health concerns, cyber risk, regional businesses/corporate social responsibility.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with writing press releases, captions, newsletters, ads and public service announcements.
  • Assist with developing communication plans to promote upcoming events.
  • Social media content creation.
  • Create and update media lists.
  • Place calls to media for follow-up on releases and pitches.
  • Investigate potential audiences, stakeholders, celebrity spokespeople, etc.
  • Assist events team during planning, set-up, and on event day.
  • Assist with specific client requests.
  • Learn more on our website: http://www.susandavis.com

Qualifications:

  • Applicants must have an interest and background in the communications field. Our ideal candidate possesses strong written and verbal communications skills, experience with social media, the ability to think creatively, and a willingness to learn and perform at a professional level.

Compensation:

  • Yes

U.S Work Authorization:

  • US Citizen

How to Apply:

  • Please submit your resume and cover letter through SoConnect for consideration.

Adventures of an EPICS intern: Flexibility Is Key

Flexibility.

It’s the thing I can’t seem to tap into at the yoga basics class on weekend mornings or in my daily routine. I’m someone who likes the regular- the same peanut butter-topped Eggo waffle for breakfast, the same route to class, a neatly laid out week in my planner and the next box checked off on my list. However, through my time with Make-A-Wish Illinois I’ve learned that sometimes you have to be willing to bend a little to get the most out of an experience.

I’m not embarrassed to admit (ok, a little, but this is Northwestern and Northwestern internship culture) that I was initially rejected from the internship I currently have. I applied to Make-A-Wish Illinois in October while abroad and was rejected not long after. Ok, fine. No winter internships panned out so I headed into winter quarter looking forward to my four day weekends and abundant free time. Then in January, I got an email saying the position had suddenly opened up again. Was I still interested in interviewing? In one week I went from an unemployed aimless junior to Communications intern. I changed my work study schedule and piled on extra hours wherever I could in my first foray into flexibility, bought some business casual jeans, and headed off to River North on the 8:12 a.m. Purple Line Express on a cloudy Friday morning.

Make-A-Wish is a fantastic organization to work for. It’s a non-profit with a long, respected history that anyone can get behind regardless of political or religious beliefs. Many people don’t realize that Make-A-Wish is not just for terminally ill children, but also for children with any life-threatening condition. This means the children we grant wishes too often grow up to live long, happy, and healthy lives and continue to give back to Make-A-Wish. My primary job is to interview families who have recently experienced a Wish and write their stories. That was my plan. It’s turned out to be much more. I’ve gotten to call families and tell them they will be receiving a wish and then ask for every detail of their lives over the phone. I’ve had to scan page after page of obituaries and faded Polaroids from the early days of the organization, dozens of children who died before I was born and often before they reached their teens. I’ve constructed event pages and written tweets and seen some very sick children made very happy.

Above all, it has required me to be flexible. It’s easy to sit down and engage in busy work until five p.m., but it’s a lot harder to get up and ask who in the office needs an extra set of hands when my supervisor is out. These conversations with families turn intimate and personal with almost no warning and the script I type up and study before every call is suddenly irrelevant. However, I’m glad that Make-A-Wish is the place where I get to do it. Non-profit work can often be frustrating it’s hard to see any immediate results of your actions. Despite knowing that my contribution to the organization is minuscule at best I am privileged to see tangible and positive events unfold every day. It might be another community fundraiser springing up (catch Wish Night in Evanston at Tech on May 14th!), opening a folder to see another beaming kid in a blue Make-A-Wish shirt in front of Walt Disney’s castle, or a box packed full of toys and games for children going through chemotherapy. Whatever it ends up being, I can be flexible.

Olivia Kuncio is a junior Communication Studies student who is interning at The Make-A-Wish Foundation this quarter.

Weekly Round-Up (4/14/17 – 4/21/17)

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Internships:

Chicago/Evanston

  • Ruthless Films – Reproductive Justice Documentary Internship
  • Weigel Broadcasting (WCIU)
    • Through the Decades – Summer Intern
    • You & Me – Summer Intern
    • WCIU Promotions – Summer Intern
  • BCD Meetings & Events
    • Sports and Marketing Summer Intern
  • Chicago Comedy Film Festival
    • Marketing Internship
    • Social Media Assistant
    • Film Festival Research Internship
  • ParadigmNEXT – Digital Marketing Internship

Los Angeles, CA

  • Radiant Productions – Film/TV Development Intern (Santa Monica, CA)
  • Digital Branding Institute – Summer 2017 Content Marketing Intern

Freelance:

  • Wisdo – Assistant Video Producer (Chicago, IL)

Full-time:

  • Arthur Rose – Nursing Assistant (New Richmond, WI)
  • BCD Meetings & Events – Event Solutions Operations Coordinator (Chicago, IL)
  • The Dubrof Group – Chief Communications Officer for Trinity Church (New York, NY)

EPICS Discover Spotlight – 4/18/17

Discover Spotlight features this week’s last chance internship opportunities. Additional information for each internship can be found on SoConnect

Santa Fe Opera

ANNUAL FUND/STEWARDSHIP INTERN

Job ID: 4232

Expires: April 30, 2017

Reporting to the Director of the Annual Fund, this position will assist in the management of all aspects of stewardship (the recognition of donors) at all levels of giving and the benefits that are associated with these levels. This position assists in various cultivation activities in the Development Office that occur during the summer season. Depending on time and initiative, this position may also do work, related to other aspects of the Annual Fund.

Responsibilities:

  • Act as one of the primary liaisons to donors: answer questions, and handle issues related to donor benefits
  • Oversee / facilitate the “Donor Benefits” package mailing
  • Manage and record sign-ups for all “donor benefits” including events, rehearsals, gifts, etc.
  • Work at all individual donor-related events throughout the summer, including those during Donor Week (July 31 through August 4, 2017)
  • Staff “Working” Rehearsals and “Dress” Rehearsals as needed
  • Act as one of the primary liaisons to donors who have questions, issues related to donor benefits
  • Assist with organization of several cultivation events
  • Update and clarify materials of or related to donor benefits within the Annual Fund

Qualifications: 

  • Proactive and independent work style, as well as the ability to work as a member of a team. Flexible attitude; can prioritize in a fast-paced environment. Strong inter-personal skills. Fundraising knowledge a plus.

Compensation

  • $10.33 / hour, discount on housing

U.S Work Authorization:

  • F-1 Visa
  • H-1B Visa
  • J-1 Visa
  • Other
  • Permanent Resident
  • US Citizen

How to Apply:

  • Email Kate Erda Smith, Director of Individual Giving, at kerda@santafeopera.org, with your resume and cover letter.

Stage 773

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION INTERN

Job ID: 4167

Expires: April 28, 2017

Covering all areas of our business, the General Intern will work with the directors of all departments to give a complete view of the theatre business. This internship will have the opportunity to assist on artistic programs, marketing and development, fundraising, special events, business, technical, and operations. In addition you will receive comps to all performances at Stage 773 and be able to meet and network with a large variety of artists daily.

Qualifications:

  • Prospective interns should have excellent verbal and written communications skills, be knowledgeable in the Microsoft Office suite, and interested in working in an exciting fast paced collaborative artistic environment.

Compensation:

  • Stipend or academic credit

U.S Work Authorization:

  • F-1 Visa
  • J-1 Visa
  • Other
  • Permanent Resident
  • US Citizen

How to Apply:

  • With the application (found here: http://stage773.com/Internships), please submit a cover letter, resume, and two references (contact info or letters of recommendation are accepted).Applicants will be contacted upon receipt of their materials. Please email materials or questions to Kristin@stage773.com

Music Box Films

SUMMER MARKETING AND FILM DISTRIBUTION INTERN

Job ID: 4197

Expires: April 28, 2017

Our Interns work directly with the Home Entertainment, Theatrical and Marketing Teams in a variety of responsibilities to help promote our films. Interns will learn the daily operations of film distribution, acquisition, marketing, festival publicity and strategy.

Responsibilities:

  • Support grassroots marketing efforts by researching, identifying and contacting organizations and businesses.
  • Coordinate and document grassroots efforts including social media call outs, ticket giveaways, newsletter inclusion, etc.
  • Disseminate marketing materials as needed to press, publicists, and exhibitors.
  • Various report updating including but not limited to compiling press breaks, taking screener inventory, online distribution checking of promotional materials, etc.
  • Research, write and edit communications materials including blogs and social media content.
  • Update website with theater listings as new engagements are booked.

Compensation:

  • College Credit

Qualifications: 

  • Must be a current college student receiving college credit.
  • You must be a management, marketing, PR, advertising, communications, film & video, or entertainment major.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Organizational skills: planning and project management, detail and results oriented
  • Interpersonal skills: must be able to work independently or collaboratively as needed, have creativity and a willingness to learn and try new things.
  • Computer skills: Microsoft Office, Google Drive. Experience in graphic design is a plus.

U.S Work Authorization:

  • F-1 Visa
  • H-1B Visa
  • Permanent Resident
  • US Citizen

How to Apply:

  • Send resume, cover letter, and at least one reference via SoConnect

Chicago Area Runners Association (CARA)

PUBLIC & COMMUNITY RELATIONS INTERNSHIP – SUMMER 2017

Job ID: 4133

Expires: April 30, 2017

The Chicago Area Runners Association (CARA) is a non-profit, 501(c) 3 organization whose mission is dedicated to expanding, motivating, supporting and celebrating the running community of Chicagoland. CARA connects runners to resources that enable them to run – farther, faster, better, for life.

Responsibilities:

  • Community Relations:
    • Assist Management with Foundation and Corporation grant research for CARA Road Scholars program
    • Assist Management with updating grants calendar
    • Assist Management with updating Community Partners database
    • Work with management to secure raffle items and incentive prizes for CARA Road Scholars
    program
  • Public Relations/Marketing:
    • Create press material: news releases, media alerts, photo captions, fact sheets, and media kits
    • Initiate media outreach in print and electronic media for events, programs and activities
    • Maintain updated media database
    • Produce ad values of media generated
    • On-site Community/Media relations at events and activities (if available)
    • Handle multiple duties in a deadline-oriented environment
    • Development of personal portfolio
    • Assist Management with other administrative tasks

Qualifications: 

  • CARA is seeking a volunteer intern for the Fall, Spring, and Summer to work approximately 16+ hours a week – (Preferred Availability: March – May (spring) and/or May – August (summer)) Candidate must be an undergraduate or graduate student majoring in Communications, Public Relations, Marketing, or Nonprofit Management and have a passion for running. Candidate should possess excellent writing and communication skills and be comfortable multi-tasking.

Compensation:

  • Unpaid, academic credit available

U.S Work Authorization:

  • F-1 Visa
  • J-1 Visa
  • Other
  • Permanent Resident
  • US Citizen

How to Apply:

  • Please submit your resume and cover letter through SoConnect for consideration.

Weekly Round-Up (4/07/17 – 4/14/17)

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Internships:

Chicago/Evanston

  • ESP Properties
    • Spring 2017 Intern
    • Summer 2017 Intern
  • Humanity Rising (Kildeer, IL)
    • Marketing Specialist Intern – Social Media and Public Relations
    • Marketing Specialist Intern – Presentations and Collateral
    • Grant Writer Intern – Corporate and Foundation
  • The Whitehouse Post – Summer Post-Production Internship
  • IFP Chicago – Summer Internship
  • Chicago Underground Film Festival – Film Festival Intern
  • BCD Meetings & Events
    • Meeting Manager Intern
    • Sourcing & Program Manager Intern
    • Meeting Solutions Intern

New York, NY

  • Panoply – Editorial Podcast Production Intern
  • Ark Media – Documentary Internship (Brooklyn, NY)

Full-time:

  • Rush University Medical Center – Community Engagement and Communications Manager (Chicago, IL)
  • RedStone Haute Couture Co., Ltd. (Shenzhen, China)
    • HR Management Trainee
    • Finance & Accounting Mangement Trainee
    • Business Development Management Trainee
  • Boston University – Podcasts Sound Designer, Boston University – WBUR (Boston, MA)
  • WGN-TV – News Writer (Chicago, IL)
  • BCD Meetings & Events – Apprentice Program (Chicago, IL)
  • SCA Medical Missions – Communications & Fundraising Associate (Deerfield, IL)
  • Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art – Pick-Laudati Curator MediaArts (Evanston, IL)
  • Center for Science in the Public Interest – Online Communications Coordinator (Washington, DC)

Career Corner: Finding the Right Internship & Funding

Hiring season is upon us! Whether you are beginning your search, applying for internships, or secured offers from employers, it is important to know which internship is right for you. This article will help any student navigating the internship application process on helpful tips to securing internships, knowledge on the different types of internships, and funding programs.

In addition, students looking for financial assistance this summer for either a PAID or UNPAID internship should heavily consider applying for the School of Communication’s Internship Awards. All School of Communication undergraduate students are eligible to apply for the internship award programs. You do not need to have a secured internship when applying! Deadline to apply is Monday, April 17, 2017 at 9:00am.

The Hammerschlag Internship Award is an initiative made possible by the generous donation of  the Hammerschlag family, provides funding to students interning over summer quarter in any market.

 

The Molotsky Internship Award is an initiative made possible by the generous donation of Barbara Molotsky, provides funding to students to help defray the living expenses associated with interning outside of the Chicagoland area.

 

The WCLV Internship Award is an initiative made possible by the generous donation of Robert Conrad, provides funding to students interning over summer quarter in any market. While all students are welcome to apply, preference is given for students with internships in the radio industry.

 

FAQs:

  • Nationwide/International internships: If you are interning outside of the Chicagoland area, you are eligible for all three awards and are welcome to apply to all of them
  • Chicagoland internships: If you are interning in the Chicago area, you are NOT eligible for The Molotsky Internship Award
  • Paid versus unpaid internships: You may apply for these awards for both paid and unpaid internship experiences
  • Selection Criteria:
    • Degree to which the internship will help the students in his or her future career
    • Financial need
    • Academic performance
  • Award amount: Award amount varies for each program. On average student have been awarded up to $2,000-$3,000
  • If you have any questions, feel free to email us at epics@northwestern.edu

 

EPICS Discover Spotlight – 4/11/17

Discover Spotlight features this week’s last chance internship opportunities. Additional information for each internship can be found on SoConnect

Ravinia Festival

PRODUCTION INTERNSHIP

Job ID: 4016

Expires: April 15, 2017

The Ravinia Festival Association is seeking a team of Production Interns to assist in the coordination and execution of all backstage operations for the 2017 summer season.

Dates of Internship:

  • May/June through late-September 2017.

Responsibilities:

  • Members of the internship program will perform the daily operations of the Production Department including, but not limited to: artist transportation, hospitality, setting dressing rooms, restocking inventory and general office work.

Qualifications: 

  • Knowledge of performing arts
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Excellent typing and proofreading skills
  • Knowledge of Chicagoland area attractions, roadways and public transportation
  • Customer service experience
  • Foreign language speakers encouraged to apply

Compensation

  • $10/hour. Thirty to fifty hours per week with opportunities for overtime pay. Free attendance at concerts. Some meals provided.

Screen by U.S Work Authorization:

  • No

How to Apply:

  • Qualified applicants should apply online at www.ravinia.org and are required to provide a cover letter, resume, and a current copy of their driving record. https://careers.smartrecruiters.com/Ravinia/seasonal

Life Matters Media

2017 CHATHAM COMMUNITY PROJECT INTERNSHIP

Job ID: 3989

Expires: April 25, 2017

With the support of the Retirement Research Foundation in 2017, Life Matters Media is developing a structured advance care planning program within the Chatham community on Chicago’s South Side. This internship will provide the opportunity to do a variety of meaningful work as we together build something new in this field.

Responsibilities:

  • Depending on the candidate, duties may vary; however, they may include: scouting, communication and relationship building with potential neighborhood site partners; focus group organization; data collection and impact analysis; marketing; media relations; church outreach; event planning.

Qualifications:

  • Access to vehicle would be helpful ( mileage reimbursable) though not required

Compensation:

  • Unpaid

Screen by U.S Work Authorization:

  • No

How to Apply:

  • Please send a resume and cover letter to introduce yourself, your interests, any special skills, and why you care about end of life planning to Randi Belisomo randi@lifemattersmedia.org

Open Studio Project

MARKETING & DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIP FOR COURSE CREDIT

Job ID: 4051

Expires: April 28, 2017

Open Studio Project (OSP) is a non-profit arts and social service organization located in Evanston. We serve both the general public and the diverse community of undeserved local residents.

Responsibilities:

  • This position reports to the Business Manager & Executive Director. Duties include but are not limited to assistance with the following:
    • Marketing, social media
    • Development and Fundraising including annual Fundraiser, Artopia
    • Social Networking
    • PR/Marketing, including promoting programs, community outreach, creating invites/marketing e-mails
    • Studio/gallery maintenance
    • Other duties as needed

Compensation:

  • Unpaid

Qualifications: 

  • Must be an NU undergraduate student or graduate student for the 2017 academic year.

Screen by U.S Work Authorization:

  • No

How to Apply:

Beam Suntory

AMERICAS COMMUNICATION INTERN SCORECARD

Job ID: 4235

Expires: April 30, 2017

Beam Suntory is Crafting the Spirits Brands that Stir the World. Rooted in two centuries of family heritage, Beam Suntory has evolved into one of the world’s leading premium spirits companies… where each employee is treated like family and trusted with a legacy. With our greatest assets – our premium spirits and our people – we’re driving growth through impactful marketing, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit.

Responsibilities:

  • Draft and send employee communications
  • Draft and post engaging, regionally-relevant content for our Yammer site
  • Draft and post relevant content for digital monitors
  • Employ strong news judgment and headline writing to plan and build a monthly regional news digest
  • Support regional week of service planning and communications
  • Support planning and communications for regional conference
  • Support planning and execution of culture initiatives at headquarters

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, in pursuit of relevant degree, or communications experience
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Strong team player
  • Ability to be agile and flexible with work
  • Willingness to roll up your sleeves and work hard
  • 40 hour work week with the opportunity to make an impact

Compensation:

  • TBD

Screen by U.S Work Authorization:

  • No

How to Apply:

  • Please submit your resume and cover letter through SoConnect for consideration.