Category Archives: Part-time

PR/marketing internship with On With Life (Des Moines)

On With Life, a non-profit brain injury rehabilitation organization, is looking for a PR/Marketing intern this summer/fall. This individual will assist with special events planning and execution, including the fall conference and fundraising events; draft content for the website and social media; update the On With Life external website with an emphasis on fresh content and photo galleries; and take and update photographs of building, persons served and staff.

This internship is available to individuals currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree with a major in public relations, journalism, communications, marketing, English or other related field. This internship will be unpaid, but will work to provide college credit, if needed. The internship will be 12-20 hours per week, to be completed between the hours of 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.

Here is a link to the description and application: http://www.onwithlife.org/prmarketingintern.aspx. Please contact Abby Bogaards (abogaards@onwithlife.org or 515-289-9612) with any questions.

IRIS coordinator for 2017-2018 academic year

Drake University’s Office of Community Engaged Learning is looking to hire a student for the 2017-2018 academic year to serve as the student coordinator for a daily reading program with IRIS (Iowa Radio Reading Information Service).

This Service-Learning Ambassador position is an excellent opportunity for anyone who is passionate about increasing access to information for Iowans who cannot read the printed word because of blindness, visual, or physical impairment or learning difference. Currently, Drake students volunteer to read The Daily Nonpareil, the Council Bluffs newspaper, which is broadcast as an hour in IRIS’s 24/7 programming, daily meditations, seasonal readings, and the potential for other opportunities for reading. The student would work 6-7 hours per week coordinating the schedule of student volunteers and deepening integration of the partnership between Drake University and IRIS.

If interested in applying, please send a cover letter of 500 words or less stating your interest in the position and resume to Amanda Martin at amanda.martin@drake.edu by 5 p.m. April 14.

Each applicant must list on their resume one reference, either a faculty, staff, or community partner who can speak to your organization/management, teamwork and professional skills. Pay is $8.25/hr.

Qualifications

Necessary

  • Self-motivated, dedicated
  • Willing to work on a flexible schedule based on volunteer and class availability
  • Organizational skills in order to schedule and assign volunteers

Desired

  • Journalism major
  • Experience with recording a story for IRIS
  • Previous service opportunities and/or community engagement work
  • Current first-year, sophomore, or junior standing
  • SLA will need to be available for SLA Orientation August 24-26, 2017 (Thursday-Saturday)

Job Responsibilities

IRIS Programming

  • Present to Journalism school classes and potentially other groups about IRIS
  • Coordinate the schedule of student recordings
  • Train student volunteers and provide technical assistance to students
  • Lead reflection activities for student participants
  • Serve as a liaison between Drake University and IRIS
  • Design and connect Drake students to additional volunteer opportunities with IRIS
  • Identify audio description projects
  • Participate in fundraising and event planning for IRIS
  • Track quantifiables including number of students participating, number of hours read, etc.
  • Coordinate publicity measures with SLA graphic design intern

Administrative

  • Work a total of 6-7 hours a week, minimum of 2 professional office hours held in the Community Engaged Learning Office (hours will be scheduled between 8am-4:30pm M-F)
  • Attend bi-weekly staff meetings
  • Participate in ongoing training and professional development with the Office of Community Engaged Learning
  • Support other Service Learning Ambassador’s events and initiatives
  • Lead service-learning trainings and reflection activities for classes and student organizations
  • Represent the Community Engaged Learning Office at various recruitment events

 

 

 

 

Part-time web content coordinator

The Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs is seeking a part-time, temporary website content coordinator who will be responsible for inputting, publishing and maintaining website content.

  • Resize and optimize photographs and digital images for web

  • Input/code pre-written content on website

  • Combine content and images into PDF document using Adobe InDesign

  • Collaborate and work closely with the technical team to maintain site standards with regard to new development

  • Work closely with the project team to manage timelines and meet deadlines

Requirements:

  • Exceptional communication and organizational skills with attention to detail.

  • Basic knowledge of HTML

  • Experience with Adobe InDesign

  • Experience with Adobe Photoshop

Plus:

  • Previous experience using Drupal content management system

  • Knowledge of ADA accessibility guidelines and standards for websites and PDF documents

The pay is $17.50 per hour and this is a temporary position with flexibility in scheduling for the project that will last through August/September.  Experience and course work may offset the lack of degree, so qualified students are encouraged to apply. Deadline for application is Friday, March 3. The application can be found here:  Link to position

For questions, contact Michael Morain at Michael.Morain@iowa.gov 

Activities Marketing and Communication Intern–apply by Friday!

Des Moines Public Schools is seeking a motivated Marketing and Communications Intern to work alongside the Community School Coordinator and Activities Director at Lincoln High School to report activities via the website and social media.

Primary responsibilities include:
– update school activity website weekly
– assist with social media
– assist Activities Department with communication tool for coaches/staff to report scores and updates
– work directly with AD on public relations for Community events

Qualifications:
– excellent written and verbal communication skills
– well organized and detail-oriented
– self-motivated and able to meet deadlines

Minimum number of hours will be 3 per week and work hours for this position will be flexible. This internship will begin as soon as possible through June 1, 2016 with opportunity to extend through the summer. Individuals interested should send a resume no later than Friday, February 17.

To apply, email cara.graziano@dmschools.org

Communications and Marketing Intern, Drake Office of Community Engaged Learning

The Office of Community Engaged Learning is looking for a Communications and Marketing intern for the 2017-2018 academic year. This is a 6-7 hour/wk position starting at $8.25/hr. Responsibilities include helping with social media content and management, updating the website, designing flyers and promotional materials, taking photos, collecting and writing stories and blogs to help share the impact of community engaged learning. Applications are due Feb. 27th. Contact amanda.martin@drake.edu with questions.

The position description and application can be found at

http://www.drake.edu/servicelearning/forstudents/employmentopportunities/

 

Marketing summer internships, D.M. Radio Group

Saga Communications’ Des Moines Radio Group is hiring for seasonal promotions and marketing part-time staff positions for the Summer of 2017. This seasonal position will run from May 2017 through August 2017 with the possibility to stay on long term based on performance over the summer. If you are a motivated individual who is looking to extend your education and experience in radio broadcasting or the world of marketing and promotions and have a desire to get your foot in the door at Des Moines’ highest-rated group of stations, then you would make a great member of the Des Moines Radio Group Promotions team!

The Des Moines Radio Group Part-Time Promotions Staff will ultimately understand our stations and gain the skills to implement their goals. Through education, preparation and respect, we will offer the most sought after broadcast experience in Iowa. You will get the chance to attend station events, concerts, and private VIP listener parties. Plus, you will have the opportunity to interact and network with department heads, on-air staff, and industry insiders, all excited to help you advance your broadcast career! You will interact with the nearly 300,000 listeners of Des Moines Radio Group’s 9 stations on a daily basis. By executing marketing campaigns and on-the-street promotions for clients and various charity organizations, you will become a vital asset to our success! It is hard work – but very rewarding.

Requirements for the Job:

Be able to work up to 26 hours but no less than 10 hours a week

  • Strong customer service skills
  • Ability to think outside the box
  • Computer skills both Microsoft Office and Office 365 (required) and Adobe (preferred)
  • Reliable transportation & a valid drivers license
  • Available to work nights and weekends
  • Lift up to 50lbs
  • Ability to work in a fast paces environment

Preferred but not required skills:

  • The ability to shoot and edit Video
  • The ability to shoot and edit Photos
  • Knowledge of Graphic Design programs
  • Basic Event Planning skills
  • Knowledge of broadcast radio equipment and programs is preferred but not necessary

To Apply. If you are excited to learn, become a part of the big picture, and – most importantly – have fun, apply now! Send your resume, cover letter, and recommendations no later than March 17, 2017 to:

Rob Lembke Promotions Director 1416 Locust Street Des Moines, IA 50309

Rlembke@dsmradio.com

No phone calls please. The Des Moines Radio Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Spring and summer communication internships, ACLU of Iowa

Interns will have the opportunity to work with the communications director on a range of significant issues and projects.  Ideally our internships would range from 8-13 weeks. This position is part-time with highly flexible weekly hours negotiable. Interns are encouraged to work with their schools for course credits, independent study credits, and/or funding for the internship, as it is unpaid. Interns will be provided with free parking.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Interns will have the opportunity to gain valuable experience by working on a variety of communications and outreach efforts.  They will potentially learn to assist on all aspects of communications, marketing, public and media relations, outreach, and public education, as well as other projects as assigned.

We do our best to tailor our communications internships to encompass the particular interest of each intern: marketing, design, public relations, social justice, law and government, photography, video, political science, and more.

EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

This internship welcomes applications from a variety of majors and areas of study. It is open to all current students who have completed at least one year of college and possess the following:

  • Excellent writing skills
  • Strong computer skills, strong social media abilities, and a skill for  web-based research
  • The ability to work with a wide range of people
  • The initiative to see projects through to completion
  • An interest in advocating for civil liberties

HOW TO APPLY:

Please send us a complete application that includes a cover letter, resume, and at least one writing sample. Also feel free to include samples of other work, such as information on a web site you might have designed or worked on, design work, etc.

The preferred method of submission is email with the subject line specifying “Communications Internship.”  If email is unavailable, submissions via postal mail are acceptable, but please do not send application material through both.

For more information, see http://www.aclu-ia.org/communicationsinternshipopportunity/

For questions, please contact Communications Director Veronica Fowler at editor@aclu-ia.org  515-243-3576. Contact information is:

Attn: Communications Director
ACLU of Iowa
505 5th Avenue, Suite 901
Des Moines, IA 50309