And now, because I like you guys, here's a couple of pre-Labor Day jobs for your enjoyment.
Top LA PR Firm Seeks Assistant to Owner and President
Busy PR firm CEO and President looking for smart, aggressive, kind and intuitive assistant to run their desk. Needs to listen and get it the first time; heavy doses of intuition; able to handle multiple tasks with minimal hand-holding. Opportunity to grow within a dynamic environment but only if you can succeed on one of the most challenging desks in town. Need to see a resume (imbedded—no attachments accepted), salary history, and a passionate letter about what you have achieved in life that make you ready for this opportunity. This is a full time position, salary commensurate with experience. Please send email to email@example.com
Development / Production Assistant; Los Angeles, CA for a Production Company
This position is to assist Senior Executives of the company in executing strategic publicity campaigns and events for clients while learning the procedures and processes to maximize publicity opportunities. As a representative of the company and the client within themedia, the assistant’s role is to be a professional, proactive, organized, and detail-oriented team member who effectively and consistently follows through on all tasks undertaken.
The Associate Account Executive’s job includes office duties and administrative responsibilities for the Senior Executives that may include taking incoming calls or following up on calls, updating calendars, creating client or press memos, etc.
If the assistant is successful in this role, learns the PR basics, has developed industry relationships, effective at managing client relations, procuring publicity for clients, and handlingresponsibilities of a publicist, s/he can advance with the company to become an Account Executive and take on accounts and projects of her/his own as new business opportunities arise.
Email resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org