01-11-2006, 05:25 PM
Join Date: Apr 2004
NEWMARK KNIGHT FRANK RETAIL
110 E. 42nd Street New York, NY 10017
*/_Research Listing Analyst _/*
Looking for a career in real estate? Learn the commercial real estate
business from the ground up by joining *Newmark Knight Frank Retail*,
New York’s leading retail store leasing brokerage firm. It’s like
receiving a masters degree in real estate combined with on-the-job
training. Know and understand the streets of NY and expose yourself to
all facets of leasing, sales, development, finance, land use,
and so much more.
A starting position as a Research Listing Analyst and retail research
associate for the New York City market is available. Salary and full
company health benefits are being offered. Responsibilities include:
· Compile and maintain a database of retail space availabilities of
company properties as well as those of other brokerage firms and
· Update Newmark Knight Frank Retail exclusive properties on company
website as needed
· Review /New York// Times/ Sunday Real Estate section as well as
websites of our competitors for available retail listings
· Assist brokers in gathering pertinent information of retail space in
· Street canvass, create, update and maintain street maps of NYC
retailers, vacancies, etc.
· Distribute newly updated listings to brokers on a weekly and monthly
· Work with the company web team to update internet with new look and
· Take notes during our bi-weekly sales meetings and distribute minutes
to all brokers
· Work with the office manager in supervising and training summer
· Track published articles of interest relating to retail trends, new
development projects, industry news, etc.
* Educational/Experience Requirements:*
· A minimum of BA, BS or MA
· Previous experience in a real estate environment preferred
· Proficiency with all Microsoft Office programs, previous experience
using ACT, Adobe, and CoStar
Newmark Knight Frank Retail offers a full-service platform for
local and institutional clients. Building from its roots in brokerage,
Newmark Knight Frank Retail has added an array of complementary
services, each of which has been strategically developed to provide a
client-focused and comprehensive resource. All of these services can be
accessed through a single point of contact: a real estate advisor with
the breadth and depth of knowledge to harness all of Newmark Knight
Frank Retail's resources on a client's behalf.
Today, in addition to representing major institutions, corporations and
property owners in transactions, Newmark Knight Frank Retail provides
extensive consulting and management services, including financial
services, property and asset management, construction services, project
management and due diligence services.
Please e-mail resumé to Daniel Purgason at: dpurgason@newmarkkf. com
(no cover letter required). E-mail preferred but resumés may also be
faxed to 212-372-2486. If you must speak to someone, call Daniel
Purgason direct at 212-372-2389 (please do not call the office’s
general number, /_only_/ this number). No walk-ins, please.
01-11-2006, 05:36 PM
Join Date: Apr 2004
The Carlyle Group
Job Posting for Healthcare Venture Associate - DC
Company Profile: The Carlyle Group is a global private equity firm with $35
billion under management. Carlyle invests in buyouts, venture capital, real
estate and leveraged finance in Asia, Europe and North America, focusing on
aerospace & defense, automotive & transportation, consumer & retail, energy &
power, healthcare, industrial, technology & business services and
telecommunications & media. Since 1987, the firm has invested $14.9 billion of
equity in 439 transactions for a total purchase price of $51.9 billion. The
Carlyle Group employs more than 630 people in 15 countries. In the aggregate,
Carlyle portfolio companies have more than $30 billion in revenue and employ
more than 131,000 people around the world. Visit www.carlyle.com
Location: Washington, DC
Responsibilities: The Carlyle Group is seeking a 2 year associate for our
venture capital group, specializing in healthcare. The Associate is expected
to integrate and work with the investment team to develop the ability to
identify new investment opportunities and manage relationships; conduct due
diligence; evaluate the business, industry and identify the economic
attractiveness; and manage existing investments. The Associate will develop
deal structuring skills to include management of the due diligence process,
deal structuring and negotiation skills, as well as monitoring of the
portfolio companies. Associates are expected to exhibit high ethics and
integrity in all interactions on behalf of Carlyle. The ability to
communicate and present ideas in a professional and highly competitive
environment is key to success. Commitment to values and strong business ethics
are required for Carlyle Associates.
Qualifications: The Carlyle Group seeks to hire an individual who is highly
motivated, has strong analytical and quantitative skills and has demonstrated
excellence in academic and extracurricular endeavors. The ideal candidate
will have medical or scientific training, either from an academic institution
or on-the-job training. High performance at a top undergraduate institution
(with a science or a economics/business major) and 2-3 years of consulting or
market research with a focus on medical products, devices, biotechnology, or
pharmaceuticals at a top-tier firm are required.
Hiring Needs: Associate for two-year commitment
Resume Submission: Please submit your resume and cover letter no later than
February 15, 2006 to:
The Carlyle Group
1001 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Suite 220 South
Washington, DC 20004
Fax number: 202-585-1525
01-11-2006, 05:38 PM
Join Date: Apr 2004
Postini has an entry-level opening to our product management
organization. We're looking for a recent graduate or highly motivated
person with a few years of industry experience that wants to break into
The person will manage Postini's sustaining engineering and enhancement
requests for our flagship product from requirements collection, through
priortization, specification, delivery, and roll out to field. More
Postini is a leader in the managed services space, offering a host of
messaging services. We're best known for our anti-spam offering but
have recently rolled out services for IM, email archiving and
encryption. We are a private company profitable for the last 8 quarters
and serve over 7 million end users and 35,000 companies.
The Product Specialist is responisble for the full lifecycle of their
product area of focus
- Requirements collection of incremental development projects and RFEs
from customers, support, and sales
- Prioritization and categorization and ongoing management of the
Postini RFE database
- Direct management of these features through the development cycle,
including interaction with all operating functions
- Market-facing analysis of Postini feature by feature comparison with
- Articulation of incremental features in each Postini release. Shared
with all operating functions
- Lead and manage cross-fuctionally, working with enginering,
operations, customer care, marketing, and sales.
- Provide messaging, positioning, and other product content for go to
- Support the sales organization in driving the revenue success of the
If you know anyone that might be interested, please have them forward
their resume to me at email@example.com
Stanford GSB '99
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01-11-2006, 05:41 PM
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Law & Justice Unit internship description
With 230 affiliate stations nationwide & more
than 1500 affiliate radio stations, ABC News
provides insightful information through its
award-winning programs, World News Tonight,
Nightline, 20/20, Primetime and Good Morning
America. ABCNEWS.com, and ABC News Now the
24-hour news services of ABC News, enable
multiple platform distribution, including
cable/VOD, broadband & wireless delivery, of ABC News programming.
The Law & Justice Unit of ABC News offers unpaid
internships to currently enrolled juniors,
seniors and graduate students. (Sophomores may
apply for the next summer). The Law & Justice
Unit is a group of former attorneys and award
winning producers who generate, report, and
produce major legal stories for all of the
network’s news programs -- including World News
Tonight, Good Morning America, PrimeTime, 20/20
and Nightline. We work on subjects ranging from
crime mysteries to Supreme Court rulings, civil
liberties, juvenile justice, the death penalty,
or terrorism. As a division of the Investigative
Projects Unit, the Law & Justice Unit has also
contributed to the network's coverage of Sept. 11
and its aftermath, the Columbia shuttle accident,
and other major news stories such as the Iraq war.
Interns do administrative work but also conduct
extensive research for national, and sometimes
international, stories, screen video, and learn
about reporting and television news. They can
attend shoots which take place in New York and
see pieces being cut in the edit room. There is
no limit to what the best interns can do. The
Unit works with ABC’s Senior Legal Correspondent Christopher Cuomo.
Internship specifications: we hire interns year
round, for very flexible durations; part-time or
full time, but with a minimum commitment of two
days per week. Based on our experience, the more
days interns commit to the internship, the more
they are able to get involved, and the more
rewarding it is for them. Interns must receive
credit for their internship, unless the
university does not offer this option – in which
case the internship must be endorsed by the
university. Only juniors, seniors, and graduate
students are eligible. Sophomore may apply for
the summer following completion of their
sophomore year. Students are no longer eligible
after graduation unless they are enrolled in graduate school
Primary contact is Sylvie Rottman, rather than Deborah Katz.
Ms. Rottman can be reached at 212-456-6073 and her
e-mail is <mailto:sylvie.rottm firstname.lastname@example.org>sylvie.ro email@example.com.
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01-11-2006, 05:49 PM
Join Date: Apr 2004
U.S.-based daily business entertainment trade paper seeking
Italian-based correspondent for territory.
Freelance position entails covering related industries, including film,
TV, music, technology, gaming and marketing on a daily breaking-news basis
as well as filing feature stories and trend pieces.
Responsible for covering breaking news in the region on a daily basis,
and generating and writing in-depth features and columns.
Candidate should be a team-oriented, collaborative self-starter who can
write stories under multiple daily and weekly deadlines.
To qualify, you must have at least five years of reporting experience
with knowledge of the entertainment industry, and preferably, the
College degree required, preferably in Journalism or Communications.
Please send CVs/resumes, clips, and salary history to
<mailto:journ13@yaho o.com>journ13@yahoo. com.
01-11-2006, 05:53 PM
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Adam Susman <firstname.lastname@example.org t>
Date: Jan 12, 2006 3:46 AM
I am seeking a replacement for myself at Studio One Networks
. Alas, it is time for me to leave NYC (sniff) and I need to hire someone ASAP.
I cannot stress strongly enough what a great opportunity this would be for an alum to learn everything there is to know about new media and operating a business. Forget a MBA! Take this job and you will learn far more.
The core office is in hipster laden SoHo in Manhattan. The team consists of about 10 nice, fun, smart folks led by my brother, a new media genius. Additionally the company employs dozens of writers, editors, producers, etc. who are all outside the office. The position has a lot of responsibility (a good thing), but I have no doubt that one of "us" will blow the doors off the job.
If you are interested, please contact me directly as I'll give any alum first crack:
Please send me your resume, a cover letter, and include the job title in the email subject line.
Below I am pasting the job description that the public will see for your reference. Talk to you soon!
Title: Operations Manager
Reports to: President
Studio One Networks is the leader in creating and syndicating award winning multi-media content. The Company produces and syndicates twelve niche content publications both online and offline and is growing rapidly. More information at: www.studioone.net
This position provides a unique opportunity for a motivated individual to become involved in nearly all aspects of a tightly knit, highly capable, and rapidly growing new media company. A talented and hard working individual with a desire to learn everything there is to know about operating a new media business will find the position highly rewarding.
Brief description: The Operations Manager has a wide range of responsibilities. They include:
1) Working closely with the company President to help move the company forward on its rapid growth track. These tasks include assisting in sales efforts, client discussions, marketplace analysis, etc.
2) Day to day operations of a small (10 person) office including organization, scheduling, logistics, etc.
3) Oversight of IT issues including the internal office network and file sharing, 5 collocated servers, telephony, and the office computer pool. Basic skills are required in these areas, while management of professional vendors is required for higher level IT tasks.
4) Management of special projects ranging from product development to product research to industry conferences.
5) HR – managing recruitment, hiring, negotiations, etc.
6) Campaign management: both online and on air.
7) Management of project contractors and 1-2 junior employees.
Applicants should possess the following qualities: ability to multi-task (a must), fluency in Microsoft Office (powerpoint is key), intelligence, organizational skills, professionalism, strong written and oral skills, interpersonal skills.
01-13-2006, 09:24 PM
Join Date: Apr 2004
UNICEF Snowflake Ball
(Location – NYC National Headquarters)
The UNICEF Snowflake Ball has become the signature event for UNICEF in New York City and Los Angeles. Involving some of the most prominent socialites and philanthropists in each city, the UNICEF Snowflake Ball is now considered a premier fundraising event.
Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Marketing, Development and Communications, the Events Director will work with US Fund executive leadership, National Board members, gala committees, corporate partners, and US Fund staff to develop an integrated, national strategy for the success of both events.
Specifically, the Director will insure that: gala committees effectively support the success of both events and that plans for event sponsors, celebrities, entertainers, honorees and awards are carefully coordinated; events are well designed and produced, including awards/honorees, presenters, scripts, entertainment; strategies for securing event sponsorship and underwriting are implemented in partnership with the Corporate Partnerships team; event details such as venue selection, facility contracts, room décor, food and beverage, table sales and seating, printed materials, preparation and distribution of gift bags, event staffing are well planned; contracts with vendors are carefully negotiated and effectively managed; all fundraising, table sales, revenue collection and donor acknowledgements are effectively managed; the event database is effectively used and maintained; staff and volunteers are given adequate direction and oversight; event revenue and expense budgets are well planned and managed; an effective PR strategy is managed in partnership with the PR team; Corporate Partnerships and Development teams are adequately engaged in event planning to maximize donor cultivation and recruitment; post-event strategies for attendee cultivation and fundraising are implemented; all event components are consistent with USF mission and branding.
Bachelors degree and a minimum of seven years related experience, or the equivalent combination of education and experience. Candidates must be seasoned fundraising event planners with demonstrated successful, extensive experience managing gala events for nonprofit organizations. Superior communication and interpersonal skills required. Strong management, team-building, and strategic leadership skills are essential. Special consideration will be given to candidates with prior fundraising event management experience in New York and Los Angeles.
TO APPLY: Email your letter of interest and resume to - email@example.com g
No phone calls please.
Due to volume, only selected candidates will be contacted.
We are an aa/eeo employer.
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01-14-2006, 07:31 PM
Join Date: Apr 2004
Job Title: VH1 Mobile Production Assistant
Location: Times Square
Area: New York (NY) - New York City
VH1 Mobile Production Assistant
VH1 Mobile is seeking a full-time freelance Production Assistant. Production Assistants have 1+ years of experience in new media. They have a strong desire to learn best-of-breed practices and keep abreast of industry developments. They are creative individuals whose experience and drive allows them to make significant contributions to development efforts. Strong written and verbal communication skills ensure they coordinate and focus their efforts with management.
The Production Assistant will be responsible for managing vh1mobile.com mobile content, updating SMS and mobile application content, coordinating with producers, designers, and editors to aggregate and distribute content to external partners. He or she will manage a content calendar for multiple distribution partners, ensuring timely delivery per partner-specific technical specifications. The PA will also prepare and publish content for distribution, including the uploading and scheduling of content within a partner’s content management system. The PA reports to the VH1 Mobile Producer.
Ideal candidates will have a Design & Technology or Communication Design degree (or similar) from a top new media program (Parsons, SVA, NYU, Pratt, AI, etc.) Recent graduates are encouraged to apply.
-- Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in related discipline
-- Knowledge or strong interest in wireless content and related technologies
-- Proficiency with MS Project & MS Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Outlook)
-- Self-starter with strong problem-solving skills
-- Strong organizational skills, deadline-oriented
-- Strong web production skills preferred (proficiency with HTML, XML, and preferably Photoshop, Illustrator, and Flash)
-- A basic understanding of RSS file formats and related syndication specifications
Please include a cover letter, resume (Word or PDF ONLY) and link to online portfolio if available. An equal opportunity employer.
Compensation: Compensation to be discussed during interview firstname.lastname@example.org
Last edited by suzanne; 01-14-2006 at 07:33 PM.
01-14-2006, 07:45 PM
Join Date: Apr 2004
Assistant to Manager
Beverly Hills, CA
A smaller management firm in Beverly Hills with some A- list clients, as well as smaller ones, is looking for a terrific assistant. The ideal candidate will be someone who is looking to become a manager, wants to work hard and is VERY hungry. This is a job where the assistant will be actively involved in everything that is going on in the company and with the clients, and will be required to read all scripts that come in - on average 6-8 a week. The hours are 9am - till the job gets done. This is someone who is looking to make a career as a manager but also knows that it may take some time prior to getting promoted. If all is going well, they are open to having this individual work on a client that they find on their own. This is a very exciting opportunity.
Salary: $800 a week plus benefits, but NO over time pay. However, there is plenty of room to grow.
Send resumes to: lori@thegrapevinela. com
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