Based in Eagle, Idaho, Funnel 33 “specializes in imagining and executing novel experiences for our clients’ worldwide events.”
And they’re looking for help.
Currently, they’re looking for freelance designers and developers to help them with a variety of projects, both now and into the future.
Full details are available on the Careers page of their website.
OLP has a CPI opportunity for a Communications/CMP major who would like do research writing. This is a great opportunity to work side-by-side with a faculty analyzing data and writing an article. The position is open for Spring 2016.
Karen Wilson Scott, PhD
Chair/Professor, Organizational Learning & Performance
Idaho State University
921 S. 8th Avenue, MS 8081
Pocatello, ID 83209-8081
208-282-4519 (O) 208-521-9793 (C)
A position opening at a company for an intern who has experience with social media campaigns. The intern would be responsible for posting content, social media listening, and research into social media campaign efficacy for the ag publication industry. Other duties related to e media department may be assigned.
Although not required, significant preference would be given to candidates who are proficient with AP style.
Interns would be invited to work remotely with occasional visits to the Jerome headquarters. Hours are projected to be within 10 to 20. We’d prefer to have the intern for the school year as tone of posting is important to us. Pay is commensurate with experience.
Please e-mail resumes and/or recommendations to me at the e-mail address below.
Rizen Creative is looking for an Art Director.
Rizen Creative–is a creative studio in downtown Boise. We are nine underdogs that work on behalf of a bunch of underdogs (we call them clients). We spend our days thinking, creating and executing work that “nails it” for said clients. It could be a video, a website, a facebook contest, a print ad or a killer strategy. Whatever it is, we do it with passion. You’ll find a happy family environment, where we motivate each other to be better. You will not find cubicles, egos or bs.
You’ll also find a stocked fridge and a candy drawer.
So what does a Rizen Art Director do?
They make ideas come to life. But, more specifically:
- Designs, develops and produces print, logos, brand extension materials, TV spots and video elements, outdoor, interactive ads and more.
- Works (nicely) with other art directors, copywriters and even account people.
- Works (really nicely) with creative director in selection of design elements, vendors, models, freelancers, talent, and any and all outside sources/purchases needed to fulfill production of each project.
- Knows how to manage time when working on multiple projects.
- Meets deadlines.
- Passionately and coherently presents ideas to both Rizenites and clients.
- Provides input, guidance and supervision required to smoothly complete a project. Provides all required specifications (colors, fonts, papers, sizes, etc.).
- Supervises outside vendors assigned to art director’s projects.
- Assists with new business presentations.
- Keeps up on trends, emerging technologies and cool stuff to share internally and with clients.
- Gets bonus points by writing copy/headlines/scripts.
- Takes out the recycling. Hey, we all have to do dirty work sometimes.
Are there any requirements for you to apply?
Yes. PLEASE don’t bother applying unless you have a few years of real (good) experience under your belt, have all the skills of Adobe Creative Suite, and can show us a variety of work for a variety of clients. Have the ability to work individually and collaboratively. Have thick skin when you need it. And you can juggle.
Check. You have all these things! What should you do now?
If you managed to find yourself at the end of this list of requirements and still feel like working for a creative group of underdogs, we encourage you to submit your resume and portfolio. Due to the high number of applicants, and some that may not be qualified, we may not be able to respond to each inquiry.
A part time position open up for someone to do marketing and graphics for the business. This would likely be a great position for a creative genius type student looking for a flexible part-time job while in school that would help them to gain some real world work experience to put on their resume.
If you or any of your colleagues know of anyone that fits this description, please have them bring in a resume and fill out an application at the pub (the bartenders have job applications).
Penny Pink – Brewer
Owner and General Manager
The Idaho Museum of Natural History is looking for a student intern to work in the museum as a Gallery Attendant. Intern is expected to: learn day-to-day gift store and exhibition gallery operations; learn and be able to educate customers on the history and content of the museum; conduct energetic and interactive gallery tours; assist in marketing and advertising current and new exhibits and gift store items through social media, museum website and other outlets; keep the gallery, store, Discovery Room, and conference room clean, organized and presentable; keep a clean and professional appearance; and be flexible in duties that are assigned, as they may vary with certain situations.
Intern must be detail-oriented, organized, and independent with little to no supervision; must able to demonstrate excellent customer service; and must be available to work weekends. Students in marketing, mass communications, and performing arts preferred. Undergraduate students must be registered for a minimum of 12 credits and graduate students for a minimum of 9 credits to qualify for employment. Graduates working on Thesis or Dissertation may qualify with a minimum of 1 credit. This is a paid internship. If interested, please drop off a resume at room 205 in the Museum building, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Administrative Assistant to the Director
Idaho Museum of Natural History
Idaho State University Campus
921 S 8th Ave, Stop 8096
Pocatello, ID 83209-8096
698 E Dillon St
Pocatello, ID 83201
Phone: (208) 282-3168
Fax: (208) 282-5893