Part-Time Jobs

Summer Intern, 64 Parishes 

64 Parishes, the quarterly, 4-color glossy magazine of the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (www.leh.org), offers a paid summer position in New Orleans in communications and publications.

The student should be highly organized and detail-oriented, passionate about writing, history, and/or culture. The position will focus on social media, outreach, and the editorial process.

Responsibilities: 

  • Work with marketing coordinator to develop and publish 64 Parishes social media content, identifying stories and images from our catalog of existing content and writing and editing copy
  • Monitor and track social media engagement across multiple platforms
  • Work with managing editor to build out editorial calendars and page layouts
  • Assist in uploading new and back-issue content to 64parishes.org
  • Assist with planning and staffing special events, including publication parties, trade conference tabling, and outreach programs
  • Learn about and participate in the editorial process
  • Other duties as assigned

Desired Qualifications

  • Excellent writing and organizational skills with a keen eye for detail and strong knowledge of English grammar and usage
  • Strong oral and interpersonal communication skills
  • Curiosity and a passion for history, literature, and culture, particularly of Louisiana
  • Reliable and dedicated
  • Familiarity with mainstream social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
  • Proficiency in WordPress, Adobe Acrobat DC, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel

Work Location

  • Primarily New Orleans with possibility of travel throughout the state of Louisiana

Schedule

  • Flexible, 10 to 15 hours per week for a total of 8–10 weeks beginning June 2020

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, one letter of recommendation, and resume to Amy Ricke, Director of Human Resources, at HR@leh.org. Letters of recommendation should be emailed or mailed directly from the recommender on school or business letterhead. If mailing, please send to:

Amy Ricke

Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities

938 Lafayette Street, Suite 300

New Orleans, Louisiana 70113

Job posted 2/26/20

Videographer, LSU Digital and Continuing Education 

LSU Digital & Continuing Education is seeking a student that can assist with video shoots on campus. This individual should be well organized and can complete a shoot from beginning to end.

Duties

  • Pre-production:
  • Help choose locations for the shoot
  • Responsible for the department’s video gear
  • Create a task list to ensure everything needed for the shoot is documented
  • Work with the marketing manager to review the goal of the video and the deliverables
  • Production:
  • Run camera A and camera B
  • Run audio
  • Post-production
  • Edit videos down to :15, :30, and :60 deliverables
  • Ensure videos are closed captioning and accessible

Additional Requests:

  • Eligible for work study or graduate assistant
  • Can work in 3-4 hour blocks
  • Must be able to work in office
  • Request for 15-20 hours/week, and including summers / holidays if possible
  • This position can be paid hourly.

To Apply

Interested students email Theresa Kumse at tkumse1@lsu.edu with the subject line "Student Worker for DCE - videographer". Please send a resume. 

 Job Posted 2/19/20

Copywriter, LSU Digital and Continuing Education

LSU Digital & Continuing Education is seeking a copywriter that can assist with developing copy for social media, website, and blogs. The ideal student is detail-oriented and familiar with editing in AP style and SEO writing styles.

Additional Requests:

  • Eligible for work study or graduate assistant
  • Can work in 3-4 hour blocks
  • Must be able to work in office
  • Request for 15-20 hours / week, and including summers / holidays if possible
  • This position can be paid hourly

To Apply

Interested students email Theresa Kumse at tkumse1@lsu.edu with the subject line "Student Worker for DCE - copywriter". Please send a resume. 

Job Posted 2/19/20

Digital Marketing and Social Media Student Worker, Revibe 

Revibe is a startup focused on simplifying the music industry for both artists and fans. Revibe is located right off campus at LSU Innovation Park. We are a small team with plenty of growth opportunities. We are very flexible with scheduling and open to the possibility of working remotely after being fully integrated with the team. Our ideal candidate is passionate about music, knowledgeable about social media marketing strategies, and creative with original content. You’ll work directly with the marketing team. 

Responsibilities

  • Create content for Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook
  • Create a cross-platform content strategy
  • Monitor channels for Music news, releases, memes, and capitalize on the trends through our social media accounts
  • Design and present new social media campaign ideas
  • Engage with the community by liking, commenting, and sharing other relevant posts
  • Assist with Website content and branding
  • Create content for our sites such as news stories, informational articles, and other relevant inbound marketing posts. 
  • Research and evaluate competitor marketing strategies and digital content
  • Contribute to the creation of email campaigns
  • Market Analysis           

Skills

  • Social Media Campaign Management
  • Copywriting for Social Media, Web, or Press Releases
  • Email marketing campaigns
  • Google Adwords or Facebook Ads
  • Hootsuite
  • Graphic Design
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills

Experience with the following is preferred

  • Active members of the underground music scene on social media; Tangible results from social media campaigns for a business; History of viral or high engagement posts.
  • Copywriting, specifically
    • Tweets
    • Blog Posts
    • Captions
    • Ads
    • Website Verbiage
    • Email Campaigns and Retargeting
    • Reddit, using Reddit for music is an additional plus
    • Graphic Design, specifically
    • Videography
    • Photoshop
    • Adobe Illustrator
    • Web Design
    • Social Media content templates

Compensation and Benefits

Up to $10/hour; opportunities to earn more based on prior experience and future performance; flexible schedule.

To Apply

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to: kaynelynn@revibe.tech.

Job Posted 2/12/20

Advertising Assistant, Furkidsitters

Furkidsitters, a pet-sitting service, seeks a student to help with online advertising (Facebook) at her small business.  Help develop business, marketing and advertising plan.  Paid—minimum wage.

For more information, contact owner Amy Sparrow at amy@furkidsitters and check out their website

Job posted 2/7/20

Communications Position, The Louisiana Division of the Arts 

The Louisiana Division of the Arts is looking for someone to join our high energy and fun team within the Lt. Governor's Office of Cultural Development.  Our programs range from Folklife to Arts Accessibility and creative platemaking and much more.  You'll be working with us as we continue to facilitate, connect, and assist arts organizations, artists, non-profits and all types of folks that keep working to make our state the rich cultural awesome place to live that we know it to be.

Duties:

  • Typing, some data analysis, research and general computer skills, some public speaking, some meetings, some slight travel if your schedule allows, lots of interacting with us and constituents. You could also handle some front desk work and other Office of Cultural Development duties.

Qualifications:

  • Strength in communications & social media and strong writing skills are a must, along with the ability to brainstorm and move pretty quickly on projects. Position is paid! You'll be working directly with Kelsea McCrary, Director of Civic Design and Cultural Districts and Cheryl Castille, Executive Director of the Louisiana Division of the Arts.

To Apply

For more information or to apply, contact Kelsea McCrary at kmccrary@crt.la.gov

Job Posted 2/7/20

Social Media Specialist, Gift Shop and Events Assistant, Cypress Springs Mercedarian Prayer Center

Job Description 

  • Build upon current social media strategy with Facebook, Instagram, etc.by research,  audience identification and messaging
  • Create daily content to publish with the use of video, images, text, and HTML
  • Marketing awareness of targeting to audiences
  • Strategize and schedule online content
  • Maintain the ministry’s social media pages and profiles, changing content when needed
  • Manage customer comments and communications
  • Develop and follow through a social media marketing plan and calendar
  • Provide analytic reports and analyze report for future information utilization and markets
  • Comfortable working with and providing service to people from all walks of life
  • Some retail experience is helpful
  • Use of the MS Office Suite or similar word-processing software
  • Working knowledge of retail software preferred but not required
  • Coordinate the set-up and tear-down of all special events with the volunteer group

To apply

For more information and/or to apply, contact Debi Grymes dgrymes@csmpc.org.

Job Posted 2/5/20 

Customer Service Center Student Worker, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development

The LA Department of Transportation and Development seeks part-time students to assist in the Customer Service Center which is part of the Public Information Office (PIO). Students will have some opportunity to interact and assist PIOs.

Responsibilities 

Main duties include answering phones, understanding and learning how DOTD functions, creating reports, reviewing media coverage and assisting PIOs where needed.

Desired Qualifications

Most students work up to 20 hours a week during school, but they can get additional hours over breaks.  We are open 7:30-5 Monday through Friday and work around student’s school schedule each semester. The pay starts at $9 an hour but increases for juniors and seniors. DOTD prefers freshmen, sophomores and juniors but will consider first semester seniors.  On average, students stay with us for 2 years.

To Apply

Interested students can send their resume directly to Brendan Rush at Brendan.Rush@LA.GOV

Job Posted 1/27/2020

Advertising Internship, SASSO Agency

Creative. Fun. Award-winning. Motivated by success. SASSO Agency takes a fully integrated approach combining strategy, branding, advertising, digital, social, and public relations.

Our internship opportunities provide qualified candidates a variety of agency experience including Social Media, Public Relations, Account & Project Management, and everything in between. Join us in exploring the unknown and creating the memorable. Advertising Interns work as needed with SASSO team members on required projects and tasks.

Responsibilities

  • Client meeting preparations and office hospitality
  •  Agency operations and office management
  •  Social media content development
  •  Research and maintain public relations media list
  •  Assist with public relations clipping services
  •  Assist in research / competitive auditing
  •  Assist in reporting
  •  Proofreading
  •  Web / Digital
  •  Paid Media

Desired Qualifications

  • Undergraduate or Graduate student with coursework and concentration in Mass Communication and/or Business Administration.

Requirements

  • Strong interest in learning all facets of the agency
  • Ready to learn and assist where help is needed within the agency
  •  Ability to multi-task
  •  Excellent communication skills
  •  Proven work ethic that shows history of ownership and responsibility
  •  Ability to work in a team-driven environment
  •  Positive attitude
  •  Weekly office hours. SASSO is flexible and can work around school commitments

To Apply

Please send your resume, days/hours of availability, one reference and any related work  to hello@sassoagency.com. Please include "Internship Opportunity" in the subject line of your email.