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The San Bernardino International Airport Authority is seeking an experienced and dynamic marketing professional responsible for planning, managing, coordinating, and administering marketing and public outreach related activities. Responsibilities are broad in scope and involve developing, delivering, and managing content via social media, creating marketing materials and working with the local media.

The ideal candidate will have any combination of training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to fulfill the duties of the position. Preferred education and experience would include a Bachelor’s Degree in marketing or a related field and at least two (2) years of marketing experience. For a full job description and application, visitwww.sbdairport.com.

Submit resume, application and cover letter with three professional references no later than 12:00pm on Thursday, July 31 2014, to:

Marketing Coordinator - Search Committee

San Bernardino International Airport Authority
1601 East Third Street
San Bernardino, CA 92408

 OR

E-mail to: lclayton@sbdairport.com

If sent via email, please identify Marketing Coordinator in the subject line

No phone calls please.

 

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Cover Story Communications is a Temecula-based public relations agency specializing in the promotion of home, food, design and all things fabulous. Our office is located in Old Town Temecula – right above Starbucks – location, location!

Cover Story Communications is an up-beat and fun agency: our motto is “Work hard and be nice!”  Our interns get hands-on experience in all areas of public relations. From drafting of press releases to strategizing social media content and beyond – there is always something new to learn. The right candidate will be outgoing and motivated and have prior internships in public relations and/or journalism. Another important quality we are looking for is an unwavering love of reality TV.

Send a brief introduction, resume and availability to: intern@coverstorycom.com.

We look forward to hearing from you! Feel free to check us out in the social space on Facebook: Cover Story Communications, Twitter: @CoverStory and Instragram: CoverStoryDIY. 

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Full-time Internship in Summer 2014 - Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) located in Rancho Cucamonga, is looking for a 4th year undergraduate student to work in our newly created in-house digital (audio/video) production studio. The intern will have the opportunity to get hands-on experience working within a video production team. In this role, the intern will assist in filming, recording audio, interviewing, creating graphics and post-production editing. IEHP will provide a stipend for this 3-month internship program.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to the development of audio/visual concepts
  • Assist in pre-production setup including lighting placement and teleprompter operation
  • Assist with PA audio setups, shooting and post production/editing
  • Assist with photography and/or editing “touch-up” work
  • Transcribing interview footage
  • Other production related duties as assigned

Requirements:

  • 4th year undergraduate student majoring in Film, New Media/Multimedia, Media Arts, Communications or a related field
  • Ability to create videos including sound, cuts, graphics and music to educate, inform and/or tell a story
  • Experience using digital videography and photography camera and equipment
  • Experience with Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere
  • Knowledge on the different production techniques
  • Knowledge of the various stages of production
  • Creative with a strong eagerness to learn
  • Interested in a career in multimedia/video production
  • Ability to commit to a 12-week internship

To apply, send your resume to griffin-m@iehp.org. Only qualified applicants will be contacted. 

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Dr. Annie Hough-Everage Joins us for First PRSA-IE luncheon of 2014

Dr. Hough-Everage, Professor at Brandman University joins us January 15th as we explore building a brand through community engagement. Dr. Hough-Everage mentors students in credential, MAE and MAT degree programs. She'll be sharing her experience, creative ideas, and successes in establishing community engagement over the last four year between Brandman University and its local community. 

Register online before Janruary 13th for the early-bird rate.