The City of Dallas/Dallas Love Field will be posting a Public Information Coordinator position from May 12 - 18. The position will work with social media and media relations at Dallas Love Field Airport. The job will be posted on The City of Dallas Job Opportunities website on May 12 and will only be open until May 18. https://dallascityhall.com/departments/humanresources/employment/Pages/default.aspx
Jack Levison, the W. J. A. Power Chair of Old Testament Interpretation and Biblical Hebrew at SMU, is looking for a paid part-time worker beginning in May. The job would be 2-4 hours per week, with the possibility of more later.
AT&T is looking for an excellent storyteller and outstanding writer for its new lead public relations manager. Read more and apply here.
The Director of Strategic Communications is responsible for developing plans and strategies related to the University. Specifically, this person advises SMU leadership on sensitive and emergency issues areas ranging from brand reputation and freedom of speech to on-campus outages and events. To learn more about the position and how to apply, please click here.
by Betsy Orton Chief Development Officer Mi Esuelita PreschoolAs we approach the annual Career Fair hosted by SMU PRSSA, 4-6p, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019, in the Hughes-Trigg Ballroom, tips and techniques for applying for internships are especially timely.Do’s When Applying for Internships The PRSSA Career Fair is a perfect place to meet potential employers 1. DO have someone read your resume and cover letter before you send it out. Seriously, give it to a teacher, a parent, a friend with better writing skills than you have. When I get a badly written resume and/or cover letter, I get so distracted by the mistakes that I don’t pay as much attention to the content. It doesn’t make me want to interview you; it makes me want to edit it in red and send it back to you.2. DO check what you’ve got on your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or any other online presence. Just like you should be looking up my organization on the internet, we’re looking you up too. We understand that you’re in college and do fun things (we did those things too), but use some discretion on your posts and pictures.3. DO have writing samples available if you’re applying for a position that will require writing. When you send them along, think about the subject matter and relevance. It’s not that I don’t enjoy reading your 20-page paper about the trials and tribulations of wildebeests