A major (and we mean major) media company is looking for a Sweepstakes Product Manager to help build a variety of cutting-edge lead generation tools. For this gig, you’ll need marketing savvy, technical chops and the strategic vision to know what the audience (and market) is looking for. Are you an Agile-experienced product manager who is also a digital marketer at heart? Enter now!
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The unsung giant of multi-platform media is seeking a Product Manager with a gift for creativity and the ability to advance engagement wherever audience lives. In this gig, you’ll be leading the development of top-shelf digital experiences to support brands with millions of rabid fans. Passionate about celeb news, fashion and lifestyle media? Time to reach out.
The best magazine in New York is looking for an experienced branded content professional to lead its new in-house agency. Can you take charge, brainstorm and come up with unique, unexpected ideas for clients? Can you manage a team of the smartest, most creative pros in the city? If so, you’ve found your dream job.
A strategic communications firm with an unequaled reputation is looking for a digital content strategist to help clients jump-start their content efforts across all digital channels. Are you a deeply experienced digital dynamo with a command of content strategy in all its incarnations? Come use your acumen working closely with the world’s top global brands.
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A TV, magazine and digital consumer media brand with a strong health perspective is looking for a Senior Digital Design Lead and UX pro who can can express a multiplatform design esthetic in digital form. Can you adapt and evolve design across a variety of media? Can you strike a balance between high-level strategy and “roll up your sleeves” tactics? If so, this is your gig.
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Thanksgiving is a time of family, friends, food, frivolity, and fun.
But why not turn this Thanksgiving into “Thinks-giving” by giving some serious thought to those who have had a positive influence on your life and/or your career…and then letting them know that.
We all want to be liked.
But if you had to choose between being liked, admired, respected, or trusted which would you choose?
If you could only pick one, would you rather have a boss that you liked, that you admired, that you respected, or that you trusted?
In addition to having been one of the greatest ballplayers and most iconic baseball figures of all time, Yogi Berra, who passed away last week at the age of 90, was, of course, in many ways, almost as well-known for his wonderful way…
With escalating headlines on the gig economy, Uber’s definition of employment being parsed, politicians focusing on the economics of on-demand employment, and the entrepreneurial profiling of the upcoming Generation Z, I felt it was time for a post about what it means to be a designated…
Having entered the workforce during tough economic times, many Gen Xers, unfortunately, missed the boat that Millennials are about to set sail on. Gen Xers showed up on time, wore a suit, didn’t ask for perks, waited years for that big promotion that never came, and did all the right things…only to now find Baby Boomers tripping over them to shake hands with the GenY/Millennials.
When the Tables are Turned: 5 Things Boomers and Gen Xers Need to Think About When Being Interviewed by a Millennial
In our last post, we discussed Five Myths About Millennials That Boomers and Gen Xers Need to Let Go Of, and in our previous piece we explored Five Things Millennials Need to Know When Being Interviewed By a Baby Boomer. Now in this, the third…
As part of our continuing series on generational issues in the workplace, my last post discussed Five Things Millennials Need to Know When Being Interviewed by a Baby Boomer. Co-written with generational expert, Brad Szollose, today’s post explores and dispels some of the common –…
(*a response to Todd Cherches’ column; Five Things Millennials Need to Know When Being Interviewed By a Baby Boomer) 1. Babies can’t understand what you’re saying You probably can’t understand their questions either. So it doesn’t matter what you say. The important thing is to…
One of the hottest topics out there right now is the subject of generational differences in the workplace. As discussed in my recent post entitled, “Spanning the Decades: Career Advice for Every Age and Every Stage,” four generations – Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, and…
My Diet Coke had gotten warm, so I asked the waitress for “some more ice.” A few minutes later, instead of the ice, she brought me another bowl of white rice. I said “more ice”; she heard “more rice.” So whose fault was it? (And…
Do you ever wonder if having a professionally drafted service agreement would help you make more money? Do you feel like your clients are taking advantage of your home-made agreement or unwritten promises? Stop using online forms that don’t protect your interests and confuse your…
Party With Team #FindSpark FindSpark is turning five…and you’re invited to celebrate with us! Join the FindSpark team, our ambitious community, speakers from past events, and our stellar employers for a night of inspiration, connecting, and celebrating as we look back on five years of…