Every good organization or company needs a mix of people to make sure that everything runs smoothly — the data and technology people make sure that all the details are squared away and the bugs are taken care of, and then the marketing, sales, and just generally gregarious people make sure that the world knows all about the organization and what it’s doing. Luckily for you, we’ve got jobs and internships from both of these worlds in this week’s Top 5 Careers. Are you a data, numbers, or tech person? CubeSmart and Boom are looking for you. And you outgoing, people-people should check out the positions at Campus Philly (represent!), Chloe Johnston Tours, and Fringe Arts.
If you’re looking to gain extensive experience in the nonprofit world and help promote and run our summer career program, apply today to for our My Philly Summer Program internship! My Philly Summer, now in its fifth year, is a program that introduces students who are interning in the region for the summer to Greater Philadelphia in all its summertime glory through in-person presentations at over 20 companies, and puts on the My Philly Summer Party, the premier networking event for over 200 regional interns. Responsibilities for this position would include assisting in event planning, outreach, and presenting at the different companies.
Number people, this one’s for you. CubeSmart, a national storage facility company based in Malvern is looking for an analyst to help them review and analyze the pricing and revenue side of the business. Responsibilities for this job would include reviewing and determining pricing at the unit type level for stores, proposing and evaluating the efficacy of promotional activity, and developing and executing project-based analyses to drive revenue growth.
Chloe Johnston is a startup company that provides upscale tours of cities, including Paris and New York, with specialized activities such as flea market tours and restaurant experiences. Based in Devon, the company is looking for a sales and marking intern. The intern will work closely with each member of the team, will be given independent projects, will assist with events, and will do outreach on behalf of the company for each product line. This internship is available for college credit.
Maybe coding is more your speed — if you’re a recent graduate and have a background in HTML and CSS, then Boom Visibility is looking for you. Boom is a website design and search engine marketing company in Media that works to optimize their clients’ web presence. They are looking for a front end developer to work closely with designers and project managers on a variety of projects, including responsive design, wireframing, banner ads and other parts of digital marketing campaigns.
The FringeArts Festival takes place every year in the middle of September, and (as you can imagine) lots of help in all different kinds of areas in needed to make the festival the success it is every year. If you are organized and good at fielding inquiry calls, then this might be the perfect summer internship for you. Applicants should have excellent customer service skills and the ability to work with databases.