Yes, it appears to be a paid gig at Spa Week. How can you tell? Well, I wouldn’t post it if it weren’t, what with unpaid internships being the way the middle-class keeps its grip on certain industries, and us being so not about that. This job is in-person, in New York, and yes, it’s probably best if you know how to wrangle a photocopier and a coffee machine.
Spa Week Daily is now hiring a brand new part time blogger/social media intern. Please pass this along to anyone you think would be a great addition to the Spa Week team—someone whose stories you’d love to read here on Spa Week Daily.
The position is paid, hourly.The Spa Week headquarters are in Union Square, New York City. You MUST be able to work at least 24 hours per week, IN office. This is a position that will be part-time to start, with the potential to turn into a full time, salaried position. We are a very small department in a relatively small company, both of which are expanding rapidly, so we are really looking for someone who is excited at the opportunity to help us grow, and ultimately grow with us.
You are a college graduate.
You are highly organized and detail-oriented.
You are a fast and witty writer with experience in blogging and social media.
You tweet because it’s fun, you might have your own blog, and you are familiar with how to work various social sites that generate web traffic.
You love reading blogs and being the first to share news.
You have an interest in, and general knowledge of, spa, beauty, health, travel, bridal, fashion and fitness topics.
You have a minor crush on Excel spreadsheets.
You are a multi-tasker and thrive in an environment where you are juggling many projects at once.
You are creative, and you are the type of person who’s always coming up with new ideas and wants them heard.
You would enjoy covering local events and you would feel comfortable interviewing estheticians and celebrities alike.
You are able to take direction and execute projects from beginning to end.
Video editing and design skills a plus.
You have good follow-up and follow-through.
You are both a self-starter and a team player.
You happen to love a good massage.
Daily blogging – multiple posts per day, both assigned and creative, under all the various Spa Week Daily topics.
Research, fact-checking, interviewing, reporting.
Online PR – connecting with bloggers and editors to build brand buzz.
Assisting in Community Management on various social networks, especially Twitter.
Managing and updating media lists.
Managing and updating press books and all clippings.
Keeping schedules and booking appointments.
Assisting in all aspects of the social media department, from Twitter parties to real parties.
Administrative assistance to the department where needed.
If this description sounds like you or someone you know, please email resume, a brief email cover letter, links to 3 relevant writing samples, and links to your Twitter, blog, or any other social communities you manage, to me at: michelle at spaweekmedia dot com.