Thursday Career Link Grab-Bag: Forbes Consulting Group

Every Thursday check here for a profile of a job/internship that is listed on our CareerLink website. We’ll pull a random one off the site and give you all the details.

Company: Forbes Consulting Group

Profile: “The Forbes Consulting Group was founded in 1985 to pursue the application of psychological theory and analysis to the solution of strategic business problems. Over the past 20 years, we have become a valued resource for Fortune 500 companies nationwide.

Our mission as a company is to offer our clients deeper, more profound levels of insight about needs and motivations – and to help them gain strategic market advantage on the strength of this insight.

From the Forbes Consulting Group Website

Position: Social Media/Production Intern

Location: Lexington

Job Description:

Primary function is to assist in the overall management of the company blog as well as to assist in the production of both quantitative and qualitative reports. You will interact with the graphics team, as well as other staff/departments. Duties may include (but are not limited to):

– Reviewing and posting blog entries (including searching for relevant imagery, editing, and finding additional sources for blog content)
– Exploring additional ways to expand company’s social media (and blog) presence
– Assisting graphics team in production of reports (creating graphics/charts in PowerPoint and other software)

Who can apply? Any current undgraduate or graduate students

Paid? No

Closing Date: September 28th, 2012

Interested in applying? Go check it out on CareerLink.

 

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