Monday, April 11th, 2011
We’ve talked again and again about the importance of writing a good job post when looking for part-time help and interns. Your job description is your chance to get candidates excited about your opportunity while communicating the needs at your company.
Need some help writing a stellar description? Fill in the blanks below and you’ll be on your way. Oh, and the information below is from one of our recent job posts – but feel free to borrow it!
Sell your company and the opportunity:
Urban Interns is a national marketplace that connects growing companies with people looking for part-time jobs and internships. We are a high growth Internet start-up run by two women founders. Launched in NYC in February 2009, Urban Interns is now in 12 major cities throughout the country. Urban Interns was named One of America’s Most Promising Startups by BusinessWeek and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Crains, Tech Crunch, Mashable, Fox Business news, Reuters, Inc., Entrepreneur and US News and World Report.
Describe the responsibilities:
We are looking for a social media marketing intern to help us across a number of social media channels including Twitter & Facebook accounts. Responsibilities include active monitoring of all accounts.
Describe the qualifications:
Must be a college student with social media marketing experience. Prior work experience preferred. Can-do attitude required. Naysayers need not apply!
Hours + Salary:
10-15 hours a week, date and time flexible. This is a paid position. $17/hour.
Who does the intern report to?
Intern will report to Founders.
If interested, please send a cover letter to me via Urban Interns.
It’s that simple! Use the above and you’ll be on your way to finding great folks for your team.