Carolina Panthers beat reporter

The Charlotte Observer is looking for a driven beat reporter to cover the Carolina Panthers. Our Panthers reporters work in a competitive, fast-paced environment to break news and to deliver exclusive enterprise and smart analysis. The Panthers beat reporter should have a deep knowledge of the NFL and be adept at building team and league sources. A strong source network is vital to being out front of competitors, and the Panthers reporter must be able to find and break news, cover breaking news with urgency and develop compelling story lines and analysis. In covering one of the most important beats at the newspaper, the Panthers reporter uses use social media as a news-gathering tool, an engagement opportunity and a means to put our news and enterprise in front of a topic-specific audience across Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other platforms.

https://www.journalismjobs.com/1652866-carolina-panthers-reporter-the-charlotte-observer

Events Specialist – UNC Charlotte

This position will have primary responsibilities for managing and implementing communications for the Belk College of Business, in particular to reach internal audiences, external audiences including the business community.

The position will develop communications materials for specific strategic areas of the Belk College, such as original and solicited content, including message for letters, articles, blog posts, social posts, etc.

This position will plan, organize, manage and execute strategic Belk College communications projects and events from research, planning, implementation and measurement.

This position will contribute to the overall External Relations strategy and priorities of the Belk College.

This position will work with the Executive Director of External Relations on strategic or priority issues.

This position will plan/coordinate special events as assigned. This position requires some knowledge of communications tools, including but not limited to: Drupal web content management system, enewsletter software, social media management, InDesign, Photoshop, Powerpoint, etc.

https://jobs.uncc.edu/postings

Work on a film set

Short film shooting June 11-15 looking for a script supervisor, costume PA, and art PA, among other positions. Accepting resumes.
The film is called ‘Tate’s Hell’, a 17-page period piece set on a farm in the late 1800s. It’s about a young farmer who goes up against his friendly neighborhood skunk ape.
We’re ready to give folks a bunch of responsibility but want to find people that are local to the area.
The position is unpaid but is a cool and fun script with some great connections.
To apply, please be available on those dates. Send resumes with the crew position in the email subject line to Seth Ingram at  zombiecatprod@gmail.com.

WRGA Rome and The Atlanta Braves

WRGA Radio and the Atlanta Braves separately have reached out looking for recent Berry COM graduates.

First the Braves.

COM alum Cameron Carter is looking for a full-time videographer trainee, who would work with Cameron and another COM alum, Alex Middleton. An all-Berry video team at the Braves – who would have thunk?

At WRGA, an entry-level full-time videographer/news writer/radio newscaster. Jack of many trades (and many media). WRGA also looking for a part-time newshound to gather video and information, $10ish/hour.

If interested:

Atlanta Braves: Cameron.Carter@braves.com

WRGA: Howard Toole, owner, 706-291-9496 Ext 113 OR howardt@south107.com

POSTED 9 May 2019

USOC internship with pay, benefits

United States Olympic Committee is looking for a Paralympic Communications Assistant, a full-time, year-long position with benefits. Will assist with the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. Feel free to email Berry COM alum Katie (Landry) Branham at Katie.Branham@usoc.org with any questions. More information and application here: uspara.us/2IZuZMr . Job pays about $34,000 and is based in Colorado Springs, CO. Applications accepted through April 5.