I've been fundraising for and/or running several political campaigns (Campaign Manager) and would like to get a position as a Director of Development or Executive Director for a non-profit. I'm having a hard time making the change even though I have a proven track record as a good fundraiser. I lost my last election ( it was a bitter federal one). Any hints on making the switch? I'm a new father and want a job that the security is based on my performance, not what a candidate said on the campain trail.
I am interviewing for the Director Development Program this week, does anyone have any experience with the company that you can share?
What are some interesting jobs in the business management field? Salary not a big concern
Jobs in like traveling, entertainment, exciting aspects, etc.
I know there is more out there then just a being a manager at Walmart, McDonald, etc. I have my sights to eventually run my own business back in my hometown. So this does not concern any future of mine.
I have a full-time job and two free-lance jobs as follows:
1) Job 1-- full-time job
2) Job 2-- freelancer; previously I worked in their office for 2 years (part-time then full-time)
3) Job 3- solely freelance
How should I list it on my resume?
Should I put consultant? How do I address Job 2 where I was both an in-office worker and a freelance worker?
For Job 2, should I list my title as 2003- current (includes both freelance and in-office)?
Or, TITLE 2003-2005; Freelance TITLE 2005- Present?
I know you have to take childhood development, but I've heard that you can get an associates degree in childhood development or a certificate in childhood development. Does it matter which one I get?
For instance in the movie The Adventures of Tintin, Steven Spielberg was the director, while Peter Jackson was the producer. But what does this really MEAN? What is their respect role in making the movie?
I'm going onto University soon (hopefully!) I have a passion for politics and was wondering what Jobs can one get if they have a political science degree? List of potential institutions and potential salary would be fantastic.
As always I will give 10 points to the best answer.
Thanks in advance :)
Im hoping to be a creative director of a video game developing company. What exactly do they do? Do they ACTUALLY sit on their ass all day and think creativley about the game the company is currently making? How much money do they make? What classes should i be taking in high school and college?
What are jobs where you work with animals but requires schooling? Like a vet,pathologist. Something to do with science that you need a degree. If you could list them, that would be great. Looking for jobs that require school.(please list how much school) Bonus marks for salaries and job description!!! Please list as many as you can, thanks :)
I want to work with children, and I really want to know which jobs involve interacting with kids. Please help me. I have a teacher and a pediatrician so far. Help. Please!
I have a background in IT development and project management and am looking to make a career change. I'm interested in doing something related to Education, but do not necessarily want to teach. What other options are out there? I am willing to get additional training, so please don't assume I need (or want) to use any of my technical skills.
My husband is a pastor and has two degrees..one in Religion and the other in Communication. He's changing jobs for a while and going to grad school. What can he do with those?
I would LOVE to work for a professional sports team (NBA, MLB, NFL, etc.) However, I don't really know what kinds of jobs are out there for that. Any suggestions?
I am seriously thinking about going back to school and was wondering if you all could help me think of jobs an anthropologist major might qualify for, outside of teaching?
My grades from High school arent good, and I havent gone to Uni. I'm 20 years old. What jobs would I be able to get in a Art Museum? Also HOW do you get into those different jobs, do you need a degree and go to Uni?
I have a degree in media Illustration, everywhere I look wants 2-3 years experience. I've been doing my own projects but it's time I get secure work.
My 1st love is concept development & character design.
I see behind the scence DVD that always feature storyboard work. I can't seem to get lucky!
I don't want to do pointless things that are not related to my career goals. Anybody out there can show me the way in?
Yesterday i was called into my bosses office and was told my job was being redefined. i was told instead of being a director of public relations, which includes planning a marketing campaign, designing ads, scheduling special events, etc. the company i work for wants a person to a be an external community relations/marketing director who attends meetings, is a member of various service clubs and who promotes the image of the organization at all public events. In addition, this new position would basically listen for complaints in the public and bring them back to the company to be reported, so they could be corrected. i was offered the chance to apply for this new position but if i didn't get it, i would be out of a job? the company indicated that the work i have previously done, marketing design, ad creation, web development, etc. would be jobbed out. any thoughts, ideas, plans, inspiration or wisdom. i'm 38 and a bit scared. help.
I want to get into the Video Game industry and I am wondering what the jobs are.
My brother just graduated in June and is currently waiting tables. What sort of job employers would be looking to hire him?
I'm considering going to vancouver film school for the 3d animation and visual effects program, just wondering how the job market is like? Any insight from people who know what they are talking about is appreciated, thanks.