|Job Type||Job Shift|
|Copywriter||Grants Pass||OR||Full-Time||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Email Marketing Designer||Grants Pass||OR||Full-Time||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Image Specialist||Grants Pass||OR||Full-Time||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Linux/Windows System Administrator||Grants Pass||OR||Full-Time||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Web Programmer 1||Grants Pass||OR||Full-Time||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Web Programmer 2||Grants Pass||OR||Full-Time||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Web Programmer 3||Grants Pass||OR||Full-Time||8:00am - 5:00pm|
The hours aren't fixed -- you can shift them to fit your needs once you're on staff. I come in at 6.30 am and leave at 3.00 pm.
I've worked in ... wow, three of those five departments. How about that.
Copywriter is Marketing, where I am now. Really fabulous group of gals writing about beads ('n' stuff)! Yep! The writer team are all wimminz. :) We hug. Every morning. The supervisor is also a copywriter -- came up through the ranks -- and she totally Gets It. Two of the gals have a local craftbooth together, we go get margaritas together, have birthday stuffs, much creative (and sometimes bwuahahahahaha evil) fun. We are also required to read fashion magazines as part of our jobs. No, REALLY! I have to read Cosmo! I know more about current and upcoming fashion than my wardrobe would suggest :)
Email Marketing Designer is in the Multi-Media group, which I was a part of the paper publishing side for 10 years. The email side is in the same room as my department, and they can get rollicking. The supervisors are really awesome folks, technogeeks to their toenails.
Image Specialist is Image Processing, part of Photography. Never worked there. It's mostly photoshop work, some overtime around deadlines. Don't know the personnel in there much.
Never worked in Information Technology (IT), where the Linux/Windows SysAdmin position is. But they have saved my computer-bacon muchly :)
The Web Programmer positions are in the WebDepartment, which is run by one of the most genuinely *nice* managers I have ever worked under. He's also of the theory to Leave People Alone to do their work. Do not be surprised that the hot topic in the room beyond work is World of Warcrack. :)
Also? the breakroom has Smithsonian, National Geographic and The Economist. Really!