Boise State Public Radio. You know them. You love them. And now you can work for them.
Boise State Public Radio has an opening for an Independent Corporate Support Representative, who will work with the Treasure Valley and McCall business communities to secure financial support for Boise State Public Radio programs, special events, challenge grants and local program production.
This is a commission-based position that will report to the Corporate Support Manager.
More details from the folks at Boise State Public Radio: Continue reading “Job Opening: Independent Corporate Support Representative”
Murie Design Group in Boise has an opening for a Marketing / Project Manager. From their post on craigslist:
The Marketing/Project Manager position is a key function that helps drive all the business at Murie Design Group. The position reports to the Vice-President of Client Services and works very closely with the design team. A strong marketing competency is essential to providing the added value needed for our portfolio. The position must also have strong organizational skills and have an excellent understanding of Microsoft Office products.
Full details about the position and how to apply can be found in the original job listing.
Think you missed your chance to nominate someone for the Silver Medal Award? Think again.
The deadline has been extended until Monday, March 14th.
In other words — get those nomination letters written!
Think you missed your shot at entering your work in the IMPACT Awards from Capital City Communicators? Think again.
The entry deadline has been extended until Friday, March 11th.
Full details, categories, requirements, costs and more are available on the CCC website.
AIGA Idaho is putting on their first annual Student Portfolio Review. This event, scheduled for Saturday, March 12th, will allow students to meet one-on-one with a number of professionals, and will give students an opportunity to receive immediate feedback on their work prior to building their final portfolios for graduate shows.
Students working toward any graphic design or illustration majors are invited to participate, and the event is open to students from all Idaho colleges and universities.
And for the professionals who are interested in participating or reviewing student work, contact John Francis at Boise State University for more information, either via email or by telephone at (208) 426-3995.
This event is taking place at The Lookout in the BSU Student Union Building, 1910 University Drive, from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.