Unemployed? This week's Top 7 job offers
This week's top 8 job offers will get you into zoos, car crushing yards and the habitat of ... anadromous salmonids?
Got the skills to be a full-time e-mail czar? What about making sure that all of Idaho's anadromous salmonids are looked after? Or you could help crush cars. We've got a little bit of everything, from Phoenix to Danbury, Conn., in this week's top jobs.Skip to next paragraph
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1. E-mail Czar
Employer: Village Voice Media.
Wages/salary: Not listed.
Details: Needs a candidate who will "eat, sleep and drink email" and increase Internet subscriptions from 750,000 to 2 million. Ideal candidate will be a "goal driver, possess strong creativity and revenue producing marketing ideas and the strongest of communication skills."
Location: Phoenix, Dallas, Denver.
2. Entry Level Sales - Master Cutlery
Employer: Master Cutlery.
Details: Salesperson will be challenged to identify new accounts, reactivate inactive accounts and grow existing business for a company best known as a manufacturer and distributor of "top quality swords, tactical and hunting knives."
Location: Secaucus, N.J., (pop. 15,931, median family income $72,568) hosted the 2009 WNBA draft in April.
3. Deputy Columbia/Snake Salmon Recovery Program Manager
Employer: Bureau of Reclamation
Details: Responsible for assisting in "administering and implementing the Pacific Northwest region's endangered species activities." The position's primary responsibility is to "oversee implementation of actions required by Biological Opinions and related documents for Endangered Species Act listed species, particularly anadromous salmonids.
Location: Boise, Idaho, (pop. 203,818, median family income $64,519) is home to the Basque Museum, the only one of its kind in North America.