If you’ve ever scheduled a job interview during your workday and got caught trying to sneak out of the office, you’re not alone.
Fast Company recently made a video that shows you how awkward you appear when trying to cover for yourself—and that no one buys your lies.
Use it (and the outtakes video) as guides to help you after applying for this week’s featured job listing.
The Global Fund for Women is looking for a PR and social media coordinator in either its California or New York office.
The organization is a nonprofit foundation advocating for women’s rights. It gives grants to women and woman-led organizations, and it creates digital advocacy campaigns about inequality issues affecting women and girls worldwide.
Though Global Fund for Women has grown significantly since its creation in 1986, its mission still carries the same philosophy it was founded upon: “Women are the best agents of change in their communities, and giving them the resources to do their work can change the world.”
The PR and social media coordinator will report to the campaigns and communications manager and will work closely with the organization’s advocacy, programs and development teams. Externally, the position requires representing the Global Fund for Women through social media, media relations and relationships with partners, donors and vendors.
Candidates should have at least two years of PR experience with demonstrated success in pitching and securing media coverage, especially for social causes. Ability to measure efforts and proficiency with social media platforms are essential skills for the position.
Applicants should include a cover letter, resume and copies of or links to media placements and writing samples. Candidates are asked not to telephone the organization regarding the position.
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