Marketing & Events Internship

Business Name: 
Merola Opera Program
Industry: 
Arts
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Undergraduates
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
Maximum of 20 hours per week
Pay Range: 
Stipend and ability to earn college credit
Benefits: 

 Benefits include the opportunity to attend all Merola productions and events, a monthly stipend, and the ability to earn college credit for your internship (student must arrange).

Position Description: 

Merola Opera Program is seeking a talented and dedicated marketing and events intern for Spring/Summer 2017. Under the direction of the Director of Marketing & Communications and the Marketing & Events Associate, the Merola intern will be involved in event planning, program development and organization, public relations, and all facets of marketing.

About Merola Opera Program: Led artistically by San Francisco Opera Center Director and internationally acclaimed soprano Sheri Greenawald, the Merola Opera Program is an independent nonprofit organization that operates in collaboration with the San Francisco Opera. Founded in 1957 and named for San Francisco Opera’s founder, Gaetano Merola, the program is recognized as one of the most prestigious operatic training programs in the world. The Merola Opera Program typically receives more than 800 applications for approximately 29 positions. Throughout the summer, the Merola artists participate in master classes and private coachings with opera’s most accomplished singers and performers. Participants, which include singers, apprentice coaches, and an apprentice stage director, also receive training in operatic repertory, foreign languages, diction, acting, and stage movement. The Merola program artists appear in public performances throughout the summer. The Merola Opera Program Summer Festival includes two staged operas, a scenes program, and a concert.

Position Responsibilities: 

Under the direction of the Director of Marketing & Communications and the Marketing & Events Associate, the Merola intern will be involved in event planning, program development and organization, public relations, and all facets of marketing.

Required Qualifications: 
  • Applicants must reside in the San Francisco Bay Area.
  • A commitment of a maximum of 20 hours per week to work in office and at Merola events.
  • Working some evenings and weekends are required.
  • The ideal candidate should have excellent computer skills (Adobe Creative Suite a plus), online research skills (or enthusiasm to learn), and be web-savvy.
  • Interest in event planning, hospitality, and/or project management is a plus.
  • Must have strong writing, editing, and verbal skills.
  • The ability to work independently is desired.
  • An interest in opera and the performing arts is a must.
How to Apply: 

Please email a cover letter, resume, and 2-3 references to Ruben Pimentel, Director of Marketing & Communication at merolaopera@gmail.com

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Director, Real Estate Asset Management

Business Name: 
Stanford University
Industry: 
Real Estate
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
Palo Alto, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
40 hours per week
Pay Range: 
Depending on Experience
Position Description: 

Stanford University is recruiting a Director, Real Estate Asset Management to join their team. Stanford University is one of the world’s premier academic and research institutions, devoting tremendous intellectual and physical resources toward the betterment of humanity. As a major Silicon Valley employer, Stanford seeks people committed to excellence and to improving our world. In turn, the university is committed to supporting its employees as they develop their careers and enrich their lives.

The role of the Stanford Real Estate is to invest and optimize the risk-adjusted value of Stanford University’s income-producing lands and deploy real estate expertise and solutions to meet existing and evolving University priorities. Stanford Real Estate is a department within Land, Buildings and Real Estate (LBRE), governed by the Stanford Management Company Board of Directors and Stanford Board of Trustees. Stanford Real Estate plays an important role in supporting the University’s teaching, learning, and research missions by providing financial support for Stanford University.

The Director, Asset Management is responsible for value-creation strategy and transactions for the prestigious and world-renowned Stanford Research Park. A preeminent real estate asset of Stanford University, the Stanford Research Park is comprised of 700 acres and 10.2 million square feet of improved R&D and office buildings. SRP’s current market value (year-end, Fiscal Year 2016) is $2.8B, with an underlying, unencumbered fee simple value on the order of $7B. The Director position focuses on maximizing the near-term and long-term value and performance of this significant and complex real estate portfolio in Palo Alto, California.

The position will require creativity and vision within a very dynamic environment. Evaluating the best direction for the SRP as a whole, and individual SRP properties, will require careful consideration of several, often competing, factors, such as the political environment for entitlements, the desire for growth, current and future market trends, financial and technical feasibility, what kind of role Stanford will have in the project, all the while preserving flexibility long-term for the potential academic expansion of the University.

The Director will report to the Managing Director, Asset Management, Stanford Research Park. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated and self-directed leader; is practiced at establishing and maintaining a variety of strategic and successful transactions of significant scale and complexity; is skilled at negotiations and directing financial analysis; and possesses a relevant understanding of real estate industry trends. This position offers a blend of autonomy and the chance to collaborate with a variety of stakeholders. The Director serves as a University representative and is expected to build strong relationships with various parties, including the business community, Stanford affiliates, City officials and community members.

Position Responsibilities: 

- Ongoing implementation of the Stanford Research Park strategic business plan, which would entail initiating recommendations and executing long-term strategic initiatives to create additional value and maximize risk-adjusted returns on the SRP portfolio of assets. Such analysis would involve evaluating the highest and best use of properties returning to the University at the expiration of ground leases, initiating recommendations and implementing strategies to promote reinvestment in building inventory either through acquisition or disposition of ground lease incentives or direct purchases and redevelopments of sites.
- Originating transactions, and structuring and negotiating complex agreements to either purchase or extend ground leaseholds, seize direct leasing opportunities or market new long-term ground leases.
- Securing opportunities to promote a diversified tenant mix by facilitating lease transactions with companies of varied industries across the entire life cycle spectrum, from start-ups to mature, creditworthy entities.
- Developing and leading the marketing strategy, due diligence and closing efforts associated with sales, purchases or leasing of assets and engaging consultants and advisors to assist with the effort as needed.
- Facilitating all requests by tenants and lessees for lease assignments, sublease approvals, lease extensions, and other contractual requests relating thereto, including analysis of any landlord-related rights and obligations.
- Ongoing implementation of long-term land use and programmatic planning for the Stanford Research Park, including conducting urban planning, architectural, economic, environmental, and/or other analyses designed to enhance the competitive advantage and income potential of the SRP portfolio or mitigate risk.
- Directing and coordinating a team of internal and external consultants with functional expertise, including legal, finance, lease administration, environmental, market research, leasing, architecture and development.
- Making strategic recommendations to the Managing Director and executing solutions for any ownership and management issues that arise in the Stanford Research Park, which often entails collaboration across cross-functional teams.
- Maintaining positive relations and regular communications with SRP tenants and lessees – our business partners – and seeking opportunities to align efforts and reinforce each other’s investment goals.
- Effectively working with various constituents to educate them about Stanford Research Park and seek areas of alignment, which entails the ability to develop relationships and rapport.

Required Qualifications: 

- Master’s degree in business administration or related discipline, or an equivalent combination of technical education, training, and experience.
- 7-10 years of experience in the management and investment of real estate assets, including negotiating leases and purchase agreements, conducting hold/sell analyses, performing due diligence and feasibility analyses, and developing long-term economic plans for properties.
- Extensive experience including negotiating leases and purchase agreements, conducting hold/sell analyses, performing due diligence and feasibility analyses, and long-term economic plans for properties.
- Strong understanding of present value/IRR calculations, excellent problem-solving skills, and the ability to think analytically.
- Demonstrated sensitivity to multiple stakeholders, and extremely effective interpersonal skills, excellent written and oral communication skills, a high degree of discretion and judgment, and the ability to resolve complex challenges with diplomacy.
- Self-starter, highly-motivated who can work independently and on cross-functional teams, prioritize, take initiative in originating transactions with a sense of urgency, all with minimal supervision.
- Demonstrated ability to interpret and relate University policies and regulatory controls.
- Proficiency in computerized spreadsheets and word processing programs.

Preferred qualifications

MBA and 10+ years of experience 

How to Apply: 

Please apply directly on Stanford’s career site, requisition 74109: http://stanfordcareers.stanford.edu/job-search?jobId=74109

Application Deadline: 
05/30/2017

Financial Analyst Intern

Business Name: 
MHE Investments
Industry: 
Financial Services
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Undergraduates
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
8-20 hours/ week. Flexible hours between 9 am through 6 pm weekdays
Pay Range: 
San Francisco hourly minimum
Benefits: 

Flexibility

Position Description: 

We are MHE Investments, a small financial services business. We manage our client's investments and assist them to reach their financial goals.

Position Responsibilities: 
  • Analyze companies, their financial metrics, and their business models. How do they make money? Their competition, and valuations.
  • Research industry trends
  • Monitor company earnings
Required Qualifications: 
  • Familiarity with basic economic, accounting and financial concepts desirable
  • Experienced user in Microsoft Excel, Word
  • Good communications skills. Confident command of written and spoken idiomatic English.
  • Good computer/ data/ number skill
  • Hardworking, willingness to learn
  • Patience, respectful and punctual
  • Majoring in finance, accounting, business or related
How to Apply: 

Please submit a cover letter and resume outlining your experience and skills in an email titled "SFSU Financial Analyst Job Application" to mheinv@sbcglobal.net

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Office and Creative Management Assistant

Business Name: 
Cutwater
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
8-16 hours per week
Pay Range: 
$25/hr
Benefits: 

Gaining experience with renowned ad industry creative Chuck McBride and team. 

Position Description: 

Cutwater, an independent advertising agency located in San Francisco, is seeking a part time Office and Creative Management Assistant to help keep things in order. This person will report directly to the Creative Services Manager.

If you’re a student interested in taking a peek behind the curtain of a renowned ad agency, someone who is looking to get back into the thick of things after a hiatus or are a superstar of an assistant looking for a second job, this might be perfect. Flexible schedule and a great learning opportunity. 

Position Responsibilities: 

• Proactive calendar management
• Travel management
• Answers and directs phone calls
• Takes stock and orders supplies and food
• Helps to facilitate interviews, provide backgrounders with CV and portfolio if applicable
• Keeps the place tidy and in order with pride
• Assists with executing events and parties
• Can edit, draft and proofread emails and agency material
• Assists production, account and creative teams when needed
• Fosters our agency culture
• Light errands if needed

Required Qualifications: 

• At least 1 year EA or office management experience or currently in school for a related
field of study
• Authentic and curious about people
• You have the requisite skill set (Gmail, Google Calendar, MS Office, etc.)
• Agile enough to work and communicate with unique creatives and structured executivesi
• Self-starter
• Confident, yet motivated to develop skills
• Takes pride in work, natural problem solver, keen attention to detail
• Solid under pressure
• Detail oriented and extremely organized

How to Apply: 

Email a note explaining why you're the perfect fit with an attached resume to careers@cutwatersf.com.

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Real Estate and Event Planning Assistant

Business Name: 
Violet Sinclaire SF Realtor
Industry: 
Real Estate
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
San Francisco, near Balboa BART Station. Telecommute/work from home opportunity.
Days/Hours per Week: 
1-2 days or 6-8 hours per week.
Pay Range: 
$20/hour
Benefits: 

Employer will pay $20/hour and reimburse for BART transportation tickets to and from work. Benefits such as free coffee, tea, snacks, and lunches are provided. 

Position Description: 

This position will support a realtor with a fundraiser event and client outreach program. 

Position Responsibilities: 
  • Candidate is excited to make phone calls to invite people to a fundraising event, scheduled for June 11, 2017, and ask for their contact info for the RSVP.
  • Ensure the smooth running of the event-- from hiring the food caterer to following up with park permits and confirming with attendants.
  • Write and post things about the party on social media.
  • Check in and stay in communication with employer about the progress and operation. 
Required Qualifications: 
  • Strong oral speaking and good writing skills.
  • An excellent communicator
  • Reliable and trustworthy.
  • Ideal candidate must have a friendly voice and great phone etiquette.
  • Must be local and live in San Francisco.
  • Must be willing to travel to some job sites in San Francisco if need be.
  • Must have day-time availability on one weekday and one day on the weekend.
  • Must be available immediately. 

Preferred qualifications

Candidate is enthusiastic about the fundraiser event-- which is to benefit sending local outer city kids to summer camps.

How to Apply: 

Please send an email to Violet Sinclaire at violet.sinclaire@gmail.com with your resume and cover letter with 1 paragraph of why you want this position and what can you bring to the fundraiser event. 

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Internal Auditor, Confidential

Business Name: 
West Contra Costa Unified School District
Industry: 
Business Services
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
South Richmond, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
M-F / 37.5 hours per week
Pay Range: 
$59,907.60 - $71,978.45 Annual Salary
Benefits: 

Once a permanent employee with WWCUSD, benefits take effect after passing the probation period of 6 months 

Position Description: 

Conducts financial, operational, and/or compliance audits of various functions within the district; implements audit programs for district accounts, records, contracts, financial procedures and internal controls; provides oversight and training for various budget and accounting functions to improve internal controls as assigned; assists with reviewing, updating and creating policies in addition to reviewing transactions/compliance for accuracy; may prepare for and participate in union negotiations, budget meetings, board of education meetings, etc.; and performs other related duties as assigned.

Position Responsibilities: 

• Assists in creating and revising district accounting procedures, which set forth the standard operating procedures for district auditing requirements of various programs and activities.
• Performs audits by examining financial records and operational activities to ensure compliance with generally accepted accounting principles, federal laws, state laws, board policies, administrative directives, procedure manuals, internal controls, good accounting practices, sound business practices and other rules/regulations.
• Performs audits by applying established audit techniques and procedures to deter or detect waste, fraud or abuse.
• Assists in reviewing and evaluating the effectiveness of internal accounting controls over the district’s assets, operations, programs, contracts and activities.
• Performs substantive tests of financial records, systems, programs and projects to ensure adherence to all applicable laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, etc.
• Assists in obtaining, analyzing and appraising data as a basis for informed, objective opinions of the activities being audited for inclusion into audit reports.
• Assists in reviewing business operating practices during the course of conducting audits to make recommendations in audit reports to increase organizational efficiency and improve internal controls.
• Keeps informed of new developments in the district by attending meetings, relevant workshops, trainings, activities, and pertinent district-wide committees.
• Prepares for, supports and may participate in negotiation activities to provide analysis, evaluation and feasibility of proposals. 

Required Qualifications: 

Knowledge of:
• Generally accepted auditing standards and generally accepted accounting principles.
• Governmental funding, budgeting and accounting.
• Legal and procedural guidelines for accounting and financial transactions.
• Statistical sampling, data collection, evaluation and analytical techniques.
• Recordkeeping and interpretation of contract provisions and agreements.
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
• Data collection and comparative analysis techniques.
• Microsoft suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.) and other software and applications.
• Effective oral and written communication skills.
• School and district policies, rules and regulations.

Ability to:
• Determine the best method to derive audit evidence such as statistical sampling, data analysis, interviews, benchmarking, etc.
• Conduct and participate in meetings, conferences, professional development and other trainings.
• Interact with staff and situations in an honest, confidential and forthright manner.
• Compile data to prepare complex reports and present them in various forums.
• Work cooperatively with departments and organizations to validate the integrity of the data and information gathered and reported.
• Conduct independent audits and present impartial results, recommendations and commensurate time frames.
• Work effectively and efficiently without close supervision.
• Direct the work of others.
• Understand and carry out verbal and written directions.
• Read, write and speak English with sufficient comprehension to perform duties accurately and competently.
• Train, work effectively and work cooperatively with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
• Communicate positively and effectively, orally and in writing, with district staff, students and various community partners.
• Work variable schedules/hours as required.

EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

Education:
• Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Public Administration or a closely related field.

Experience:
• One (1) or more years of successful and progressive experience in bookkeeping or accounting.
• One (1) or more years of successful auditing experience.
• Demonstrated project management skills and abilities.
• Demonstrated high level of successful customer service with public.

Licenses or Certificates Needed:
• Possession of a valid California Driver’s License. Candidates must provide (and maintain) official motor vehicle driving record, and proof of compliance with district safe driving standards.
• Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license, preferred. If employee seeks a CPA license, District may provide supervision for the licensure process.

PHYSICAL EFFORT / WORK ENVIRONMENT:

Environment:
• Primarily indoor office.
• Frequently driving and visiting various district sites.
• Office setting with phones, computer work, customer contact, drop-ins and other communications.

Physical Abilities:
Employees in this position must have/be able to:
• Observe safe lifting and carrying practices.
• Walk, climb, stand, stoop, lift and carry sufficient to perform tasks.
• Hear and understand speech at normal levels and on the telephone with/without assistive devices.
• See, hear and speak with/without assistive devices sufficient to communicate effectively with others.
• Bend at the waist.
• Reach overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally; grasp.
• Sit for extended periods of time with intermittent walking.
• Dexterity of hands and fingers to use keyboard and office equipment.
• Drive and travel to various work and school sites, when necessary.
• Occasionally lift and carry up to twenty (20) pounds for short distances.

How to Apply: 

How to apply Go to www.edjoin.org to apply.

Application Deadline: 
04/12/2017

Marketing Intern

Business Name: 
BlindDog Communications
Industry: 
Marketing
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Junior
Senior
Graduate
Location: 
Off-site / Remote. Some meetings in San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
5 days / 30 hours per week
Pay Range: 
UNPAID
Benefits: 

- Learn from scratch how to start and grow an international business based in San Francisco
- Will be able to learn and work on international projects (companies from all around the world)
- Experience planning marketing strategies for entertainment industry
- You will be able to grow your own networking
- Be part of an experienced and creative team
- Enjoy a fresh, friendly, untied atmosphere
- You will work from home
- You will be able to attend different entertainment events around the Bay Area
- You will be one more member of the team. We will value your inputs and ideas

Position Description: 

Handle the day to day necessary tasks for European/American Marketing and PR campaigns, and help to formulate and implement marketing, PR, and social media strategies for the company and all of its products.

Position Responsibilities: 

- Copywriting: Write and proofread press releases, presentations, social media posts and website content
- Search and contact vendors
- Contact influencers/Youtubers and media outlets such as magazines, websites or TV/Radio stations to get maximum coverage for company and its products
- Formulate and manage international Marketing and Communications strategies and campaigns for the company’s releases. Pre launch, launch and post launch of video games
- Implement company’s social marketing initiatives/strategies, including community management
- Communicate with clients and development studios worldwide to request marketing materials if necessary
- Plan and manage events

Required Qualifications: 

- Native English speaker
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Self starter, attention to detail, problem solving skills, assertiveness
- Excellent Microsoft Office skills
- Must like dogs! :)

Preferred qualifications

- Avid gamer
- Industry experience in Marketing and PR management
- Knowledge of video editing tools like Final Cut Pro, Sony Vegas or Adobe Premiere
- Knowledge of images editing tools like Illustrator, InDesign or Photoshop 

 

How to Apply: 

Send an email at: laura@blinddogcommunications.com
Attached your resume and please let us know why you would like to work in BlindDog Communications

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Events & Sponsorship Intern

Business Name: 
Golden Gate Restaurant Association
Industry: 
Hotel, Restaurant, Hospitality
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Junior
Senior
Graduate
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
4-5 days per week, 8 hrs per day with some evening and weekend events
Pay Range: 
Unpaid. College Credit
Benefits: 

As an unpaid internship, we compensate you with the invaluable opportunity to have hands-on experience and develop skills to propel you to the next level in your career. And will work with your college to apply credits. You'll be exposed to event planning, marketing, sponsorship, and programming, among other things. Internship is full-time June 5 - August 28. Ideally, the intern would be able to stay on part-time for two weeks following the end of EDSF to assist with sponsorship wrap up. However, it is not required. 

Position Description: 

We are looking for an Events & Sponsorship Intern to roll-up her/his sleeves and join our team with the planning and execution of a popular four-day consumer food, wine, and spirits festival, Eat Drink SF, taking place in San Francisco August 24 - 27, 2017. The programming lineup includes tastings, classes, culinary stage demonstrations, influential culinary personalities, and more. This position offers the right intern the opportunity to get in-depth in the SF Bay Area restaurant community, and to learn the ins-and-outs of the sponsorship and event planning process for a large scale event (about 8,500 attendees).

Intern must be available the entire week of August 21 - 27. Intern must be at least 21 years old at the start of the internship.

To learn more about Eat Drink SF, please visit: http://eatdrink-sf.com/about/
To learn more about the Golden Gate Restaurant Association: http://ggra.org/about/

Position Responsibilities: 

-- Reports to Events & Sponsorship Manager
-- Work with the Events & Sponsorship Manager to ensure fulfillment of all sponsors
-- Manage the ticketing process for all sponsors
-- Outreach to and follow up with all main stage presenters participating in the Grand Tasting
-- Produce all production one-sheets
-- Participate in team calls and meetings where appropriate
-- Work with the city's top chefs and industry professionals
-- On-site at events, this position will work with production team to ensure cooking demos run smoothly, check in with sponsors to ensure a good experience, manage registration at smaller events, as well as a number of other responsibilities

Required Qualifications: 

-- Is at least 21 years old by June 5, 2017
-- Have your own laptop
-- Highly skilled in MS Office and Google Docs
-- Extremely detailed-oriented and organized
-- Strong research and writing skills
-- Passionate about the food/beverages/hospitality industries
-- Proactive and can work independently with minimal guidance
-- Can commit to full-time by week of June 5

Preferred qualifications

-- Restaurant experience preferred but not required 

How to Apply: 

Email your resume and a thoughtful cover letter explaining why you are the right candidate for the role to eatdrinksf@ggra.org

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Marketing & Communications Intern

Business Name: 
Golden Gate Restaurant Association
Industry: 
Hotel, Restaurant, Hospitality
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Junior
Senior
Graduate
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
4-5 days per week, 8 hrs per day with some evening and weekend events
Pay Range: 
Unpaid. College credit
Benefits: 

As an unpaid internship, we compensate you with the invaluable opportunity to have hands-on experience and develop skills to propel you to the next level in your career. And we'll work with your college for credits. You'll be exposed to event planning, marketing, sponsorship, and programming, among other things. You'll get an insider look at how a popular food event in San Francisco is produced (Eat Drink SF has 8,500 attendees over four days) and develop relationships with key industry stakeholders. 

Position Description: 

We are looking for a Marketing & Communications Intern to roll up her/his sleeves and join our team with the planning and execution of a popular four-day consumer food, wine, and spirits festival, Eat Drink SF, taking place August 24 - 27 in San Francisco. The programming lineup includes food and drink tastings, classes, culinary stage demonstrations, influential culinary personalities and more. This position offers the right intern the opportunity to get in-depth in the SF Bay Area restaurant community, and to learn the ins-and-outs of the marketing & communications process of a large scale event (about 8,500 attendees).

We have an open position for an intern for 3 months. This internship requires full-time June 5 - August 28. As an intern you must be available the entire week of August 21 - 27. The intern must be 21+ years old at the start of the internship.

To learn more about Eat Drink SF, please visit: http://eatdrink-sf.com/about/
To learn more about the Golden Gate Restaurant Association: http://ggra.org/about/

Position Responsibilities: 

-- Reports to Marketing & Business Development Director
-- Manage consumer & sponsor social media campaigns (Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram)
-- Track reporting for all sponsors social media
-- Track & monitor impressions for all marketing campaigns
-- Manage various web pages on the festival's website
-- Assist Marketing Director to complete various event signage
-- Participate in team calls and meetings where appropriate
-- Working with the city's top chefs and industry professionals
-- Onsite, this position will manage all social media throughout the festival, in addition to general support.

Required Qualifications: 

-- Is 21 or older by June 5, 2017
-- Has your own laptop
-- Highly skilled in MS Office and Google Docs
-- Proficient with social media content creation and strategy (Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram)
-- Extremely detailed-oriented and organized
-- Strong writing skills
-- Strong communication skills on the phone, in email, and in person
-- Passionate about the food/beverages/hospitality industries
-- Proactive and can work independently with minimal guidance
-- Can commit to full-time by June 5

Preferred qualifications

-- Familiarity with Wordpress preferred but not required
-- Restaurant experience preferred but not required
-- Familiarity with Adobe Illustrator and/or Photoshop

How to Apply: 

Please email your resume and a thoughtful cover letter explaining why you are the right candidate for this opportunity to eatdrinksf@ggra.org.

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled