Peppershock Media Productions in Nampa is looking for an Account Executive. From the job description on their website:
This position is responsible for locating new business opportunities for Peppershock Media and for monitoring and maintaining relationships with current clients.
- Effectively establish, develop and maintain relationships with qualified prospects
- Represent the Peppershock brand in all interactions
- Effectively relate to internal and external stakeholders
More details about this position are available here, and application materials should be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peppershock in Nampa is looking to grow their team, and currently has two job openings:
Full Time Account Representative
Part-time “Air Traffic Controller” (marketing/admin assistant)
Details about each of these positions and how to apply can be found on their website.
Peppershock Media Productions in Nampa has an opening for a Project Coordinator / Administrative Assistant. From the job listing on their website:
Ideal candidate will have friendly, sunny disposition, maintain a neat & professional appearance and workspace, have a willingness to grow with an eight year old marketing/advertising/creative production small business. Be extremely able to multi-task, maintain/organize office, remain flexible in job duties as small business employees tend to wear many hats, be a team player, pay very close attention to the little details that all add up to make a big difference. And be very customer service oriented.
Full details about the position, including requirements and how to apply, can be found on the original job listing.
Peppershock Media Productions has added two new faces to their staff:
Janine Nirei has joined Peppershock as their “Air Traffic Controller” a.k.a. Marketing Assistant. Prior to relocating to Idaho, Janine was an Account Executive at Laird Christianson Advertising in Hawaii.
Jana Jeffery has also joined Peppershock, working in the Business Development and Project Management space. Jana is currently working on a contract-basis, and her success will be determined as part of a nine-week “Sizzle or Fizzle” evaluation taking place online, at savemybaconstrip.com, and the accompanying Facebook page and Twitter profile.
Congratulations to both.
Incidentally, it’s worth noting that both of these folks were listed on the Available Talent page of the Idaho Ad Agencies site. For agencies and other businesses looking for talent, this is a good place to start your search. For individuals who are on the job hunt, make sure that you’ve got your information to us — you never know who might be looking for talent.
Peppershock recently received a Bronze Telly Award for their work on behalf of the Idaho Math Initiative for the Idaho State Department of Education.
The award, for excellence in television/cable advertising, was for the “Math Matters” television campaign, which was developed to “promote awareness about the Idaho Math Initiative and the importance of math in many common Idaho jobs.”
This year marked the 31st Annual Telly Awards, which “honor the very best local, regional, and cable television commercials and programs, as well as the finest video and film productions, and work created for the Web.”
Congratulations to everyone involved.
That’s just what the folks from Peppershock Media Productions did last month.
In September, Peppershock was asked to help shoot aerial footage of the Idaho backcountry for Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum. More specifically, the footage was shot for a piece that will be shown during the 6th Annual Spreading Wings Gala, honoring Harrison Ford for his “tireless dedication to promoting aviation and the aerospace community.”
Footage from Idaho was shot over the course of several days, with flights originating from McCall each day.
Peppershock has more details about the experience, as well as a variety of behind-the-scenes / location photos on their blog and Facebook Page.
Today finds a larger than normal amount of coverage in the news and media world about agencies in the Treasure Valley, and what they’re up to. For example:
In today’s Idaho Statesman:
A feature story was done on the Imagine campaign that Stoltz Marketing Group did for the Susan G Komen Race for the Cure. It highlights each of the survivors who are featured on the billboards, posters and other materials.
Rhea Allen, President of Peppershock Media, contributed an article to the Statesman’s Starting Up weekly series.
And, from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer’s website:
Drake Cooper is developing an online reality series for the Idaho Division of Tourism, and is on the lookout for a Seattle family to visit the state in mid-June.