The 3br apartment downstairs in my building is open. It’s pretty cheap. It has a yard. YOU WANT IT? Let me know, I’ll give you my landlord’s cell.
The ideal person for this job has at least three years’ experience as a story editor (either in print or online) and knows the basics of copyediting and fact-checking. Rookie is a fast-growing but small operation; we work independently and remotely. Applicants should be very comfortable working…
From my friend, Martha: “My old boss, Aimee, is looking for a full time admin assistant, starting immediately, for her designer wallpaper company. Quickbooks a plus. Her email is aimee [at] aimeewilder [dot] com. I’m assuming Wordpress/Big Cartel experience would also be helpful.”
On Sunday, I got my tire fixed at Ride Brooklyn, an awesome bike shop that my friend manages. Grant (aforementioned friend) informed me that their Williamsburg location is super busy and looking for help. He didn’t specify part time or full time, but you can shoot Grant an email: grant [at] ridebrooklynny [dot] com and he’ll pass it on to the right person. Also, stopping in and dropping your resume off isn’t the worst idea, either.
Qualifications: retail and customer service experience very important / intense bike nerdery somewhat less important… but make sure your cover letter describes why you like bikes, how biking is a part of your life, etc. Good luck!
This is one of those nearly-too-good-to-be-true jobs (in my mind) - work for an awesome non-commercial radio station. With a sick studio. In a giant house? Fuck the man, etc. AND, work with my wonderful friend Joni! The icing on the cake here (Joni aside) is that if you’re bilingual like me (ish) this is one of those perfect MUSIC-INDUSTRY-MEETS-FRANCAIS kinda gigs, you know?
Anyway, get on it! Deadline for applications is April 12.
Happy New Year, friends! Wanna work in the music industry? Learn from us! We’re still looking for some stellar new interns in 2013 (specifically for this winter/spring semester, and beyond of course).
Interns will assist members of our Williamsburg or Portland-based radio promotion teams in…
Still looking for interns if you know of anyone great! They’d be working directly with me. <3
From my boyfriend’s music production company:
"We are looking for a freelancer who’s interested in some marketing gigs here and there. Basically, for when we get a good client and want to get their record out to blogs, college radio, etc. I know you’re connected to people who are getting underpaid at other promo gigs [aside: LOL true], so I was wondering if you could hook us up with some peeps - people with blogging connections especially. They’ve gotta be good at getting material out to blogs, and know which blogs are good for which artists. Most importantly, music enthusiasts but not music snobs."
If you’re interested in something like this, def paid, but I don’t know how much… email andrewfoxmusic [at] gmail [dot] com.
(via broadist): ALERT, BROADS: RAD MUSIC JOB/ MARCH TOUR/ FEMINIST ROAD TRIP: March 10-March 28ish availability necessary. Starts in NYC/Boston ends in NYC/Brooklyn. Ladies only.
- Job Requirements: be a lady, have mad driving skills, and be really cool/responsible. Bonus if you own a van or large car, but not required. Interest in live music necessary because DUH.
- Job description: Hang out with Kate Nash + drive with SUPERCUTE! on US/Canada tour! All gas and meals paid for + hotels and stuff + some monetary compensation. Email email@example.com with resume and cover letter for more info. Please say you found out about this position on Broadist so they know where you’re coming from.
- Note from Julia of SUPERCUTE!: “any of your lady bids who maybe like are out of a job right now and wanna see the world and have ~~~chill timez~~~ on da road and like driving.”
- Apply ASAP because tour starts SOON.
- You’re welcome. xo, Caroline