Oliver Russell in Boise is seeking account service intern candidates. From their internship description:
Oliver Russell is searching for a recent college graduate to join its account service team as an intern and help deliver top-notch marketing materials that drive results. Along with having a passion for all things creative, we expect the ideal candidate to have an outgoing, motivated personality and be willing to bring his or her unique style to the table.
This position will have a hand in the following:
Managing internal project flow
Trafficking projects between account, production and creative teams
Helping to gather and assemble background information and analysis as needed by account services in development of briefs, etc.
Providing logistical support in client meetings
And he/she might learn a thing or two, too. Like:
How agency roles work together (i.e., account, creative, production, etc.)
What processes take a job from start to finish
How large corporations manage and execute their marketing strategies
How to better align sales and marketing teams via internal education, sales enablement, lead generation, and customer retention
We’ll be looking for someone with:
A college diploma
An interest in marketing and advertising
Strong attention to detail
The ability to communicate clearly with other agency team members
A desire to accept mentoring and guidance in an effort to grow skill set
Come to think of it, after reading that piece I’m pretty sure this site could use a lot of help from a real copywriter. But I digress…
Interestingly, as evidence that the secret to good writing is rewriting, bonus points are up for grabs to anyone who can share with the class what they think the original title of the AdPulp piece above was.
The event takes place on Thursday, May 17th at noon at The Salsberg Room, Town Square, 504 Main St. in Lewiston. Cost is $15, and RSVPs should be directed to Michelle Ralston at 208-790-0672, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jennie has been with the agency for six years, and has led creative efforts for clients such as The Idaho Travel Council, CBH Homes, 44 North Vodka, Bodybuilding.com, Microsoft Office, Simplot, and The Idaho Department of Labor, among others. She also recently completed the Executive MBA program at Boise State University, serves as a board member of both the Boise Advertising Federation and AIGA Idaho, and is an adjunct professor at BSU.
You can read more about the news (and see some of the work that Jennie has played a part in) on the Drake Cooper website.
While belated, congratulations to Jennie are still in order.