July 7, 2015 |

Top 5 Careers: Building on Skills


This week, the opportunities in our Top 5 Careers are all about building on skills you have developed over the past few years through jobs, internships, or the classroom. Whether you have a background in data management, consumer packaged goods, customer service, graphic design, or social media, five different organizations are seeking your talent. Check out the opportunities at Campus Philly (woot!), Campbell Soup Company, Beneficial Bank, Here’s My Chance, and the Democratic National Convention below.

Campus Philly: Open Arts Program Assistant
You could be instrumental in helping connect college students to Greater Philadelphia’s arts and culture community! Entering its third year, our Open Arts program now serves more than 5,800 student members from 31 partner colleges and universities, and features events from 47 cultural partner venues and performance groups. We are seeking an organized and detail-oriented program assistant to take responsibility for the Open Arts program’s data entry and event data tracking. Apply today! 

Campbell Soup Company: Category Manager — Immediate Consumption
You ate their soup growing up, and now you have a chance to work for them. Campbell Soup Company is looking for a category manager at their Camden location. The category manager will provide selling/planning/training materials for the field sales team to engage with retail partners in order to grow Campbell’s brands in Immediate Consumption Channels. Applicants should have their bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years of experience with the consumer packaged goods industry. 

Beneficial Bank: Relationship Consultant
If you have a background in customer service and are interested in further developing these skills, Beneficial Bank is looking for you. Apply today to be a Relationship Consultant! Main responsibilities would include filling the joint roles of Senior Teller and Senior Customer Service Representative so that customers may have their transactions processed and accounts and loans opened as efficiently and seamlessly as possible. Applicants should have 2-5 years experience as a teller or customer service representative, the ability to multitask, and demonstrate superior operational skills.

Here’s My Chance: Junior Designer
Calling all graphic design majors! Here’s My Chance, an award-winning creative agency headquartered here in Philadelphia, is looking for a junior designer. You would report to the creative director and other creative team members to design and execute eye-catching, on-brand images for their clients and for them. Responsibilities would include creating internal design elements, producing their monthly newsletter, and assisting with the conception and creation of internal campaigns. 

Philadelphia 2016 Host Committee: Community Management Intern
As you’ve probably heard, the Democratic National Convention is coming to Philadelphia next year, and that means there’s going to be a lot of internship and job opportunities. As a PHLDNC social intern, you’d be part of a tight-knit operation where you will work with Host Committee execs and stakeholders on sharing Philadelphia’s new narratives across digital and social. Candidates should be comfortable with Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat. Daily responsibilities include social media content planning/curation; posting; managing audience interaction across platforms; monitoring, tracking, and reporting; and general assistance to the rest of the team. 


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