Cool Springs Press published its first state-specific gardener’s guide in 1996, recognizing that the most reliable gardening information addresses the growing conditions where consumers live and garden, one of the first presses to recognize the opportunity in publishing. Since then, Cool Springs Press has grown and responded to the renewed popularity in edible gardening and the consumers need for affordable resources for gardening information.
Cool Springs Press is a subsidiary of The Quarto Group Inc. and partners with another subsidiary, Quayside Publishing Group, which includes Creative Publishing international, Fair Winds Press, Quarry, Quiver and Rockport Publishers; and MBI Publishing Company, which includes Motorbooks, Voyageur Press and Zenith Press.
This position is responsible for creating and producing informational, educational and motivational communications, especially publications, designed specifically for the Mary Kay independent sales force.
13WMAZ/13wmaz.com is currently accepting applications for a full-time MULTIMEDIA EXECUTIVE PRODUCER in the 13WMAZ Information Center. The successful candidate will have a passion for local journalism, the ability to lead and coach a diverse staff, and will inspire exceptional staff performance on constant deadlines. The Multimedia Executive Producer will join the news management team, which supervises and plans news coverage and presentation for television, the Web, Mobile and Social Media. The Executive Producer plays a critical role in driving the coverage and presentation of breaking news for all platforms.
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The Butler Eagle has an opening for a full-time position in the sports department. This is for a sports copy editor/sports reporter. This person will edit copy and lay out pages about half the time and write stories the other half of the time. Candidates should have several years of experience for this job. The Eagle is a six-day, afternoon daily with a circulation of 27,000. For sports, it covers 11 high schools, Slippery Rock University and Butler County Community College. Candidates should send a resume, samples of their work and a letter outlining what skills or experiences they could bring to this position to:
Mark Mann, managing editor Butler Eagle P.O. Box 271 Butler, Pa 16003 Fax: 724-282-4180 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mountaineer Academic Program (MAP) is seeking energetic and motivated tutors for the Fall 2011 Semester. The MAP works with students with disabilities in order to assist with academic success. Individuals working as tutors in this program will work one-on-one with students in individual content areas. Tutors will also be charged with assisting students in gaining basic study and time management skills.
Applicants for this position must be a full time undergraduate or graduate student at West Virginia University, have earned 29 or more credit hours by the start of the Fall 2011 semester, have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0, and have strong written and oral English communication skills. MAP is looking for tutors in several areas including Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Child Development Studies, Communications Studies, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, Geology, Geography, Journalism, Math, Physics and Statistics. It is preferred that applicants for this position have completed course work in liberal arts areas such as English, History, Sociology and Psychology.
• Recruit organizational partners to participate in a broad-based coalition to endorse and implement the Affordable Care Act. Potential organizational members include county Family Resource Networks, community health clinics, faith-based organizations, labor organizations and other organizations. • Recruit individuals to participate in WVAHC’s half-day training sessions. These sessions will be held July 2011 through June 2012. Participants in the training session will be expected to educate at least 50 individuals in their local area. • Help plan and participate in the bi-monthly Health Reform Implementation Coalition state meetings, and participate in the workgroup committees of the Implementation Coalition as appropriate. • Work to establish county WVAHC organizations. • Provide training to local community organizations on the Affordable Care Act. Previous experience in health care policy is a plus, but not a requirement. • Serve as a spokesperson for the media in local/regional markets. • Participate, as appropriate, with the Offices of the Insurance Commissioners Consumer Group meetings to provide a consumer perspective on the development of the West Virginia Health Benefit Exchange. • Work to enhance utilization of social media in promoting the goals of WVAHC. • Monitor and keep up to date on health care issues in West Virginia.
The Blue and Gold News is looking to hire an intern for the fall and spring semesters. The Blue and Gold News is both an online and print publication catering to the ultimate Mountaineer Sports fan. This is an opportunity for a student to get practical real-world experience covering major college athletics.