Gallatin Public Affairs is seeking an Executive Assistant to provide administrative support to the office managing partner and our growing team of consultants in the firm’s Boise office. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, calendar management for the office managing partner and the Boise team, office management and general receptionist duties, maintenance of office equipment, and creating and drafting electronic and print document. Candidate will serve as liaison between Gallatin’s other offices to coordinate billing, calendars, meetings, conference calls and administrative support projects. Assist with client and corporate assignments when applicable.
Full details and how to apply can be found here. But hurry, the deadline to apply for the position is July 13th (yes, I know that’s today — sometimes we all have to work on short notice).
If so, you might want to take a look at the latest RFP issued by the Idaho Lottery. Well, three separate RFPs, if you really want to get technical about it.
According to the RFP letter issued by the Lottery:
The Idaho Lottery is issuing three separate Requests for Proposal (RFP); one for Media Services, one for Creative Services, and one for Strategic Planning. It is our intent to solicit proposals from responsible, responsive, and experienced firms who can provide one or more of these services. If applicable, Respondents may provide a bundled, full service price option as outlined in the three separate RFPs. This RFP document is designed to provide vendors with the information necessary for the preparation of competitive proposals to acquire the Idaho Lottery’s business.
The two firms have moved into a 1,600 square foot space in the Means Building in Lewiston, which has been “customized to include a video production studio with two editing suites, audio recording booth, conference and break rooms, lobby and offices for all of the current staff as well as room for several new hires.”
Dallas and Bobri Roberts, who founded what eventually became Digital Barn Productions in 1993, and Christopher Billow, a web and production manager, have joined Advantage’s current staff of six in the new space.