Jobs, Internships and Other Employment Opportunities
The Dairy Alliance is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. The Dairy Alliance offers full-time, part-time and contract opportunities at our Atlanta, Georgia, office and home-based work opportunities in nine states in the Southeast. Employees receive generous health and retirement benefits, an employer-matched 401(k), telecommute options, an educational stipend (for full-time employees) and paid vacations and holidays.
To apply for a position, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email.
Here are opportunities that are currently available:
Multimedia Communications Manager
Reports to Assistant Director of Communications
Manages the development, coordination and implementation of social media, social media strategy, video production, website updates for digital campaigns, graphic design, other digital communication programs and designated industry communications initiatives in collaboration with the Assistant Director of Communications. Manages activities that help fulfill the mission of the Association: everything we do is market-focused and proactively promotes and protects the interests of the Southeast dairy farm families.
Reports to Internship Program Coordinator
Will support the on-going work in the Communications Department and will provide assistance to the Communications Team, including the Multimedia Communications Manager, to help fulfill the mission of the organization on behalf of the dairy farm funders.
The Dairy Alliance Internships
The Dairy Alliance offers paid internships during the spring, fall and summer semesters to undergraduate and post-graduate students interested in learning more about the dairy industry. Interns participate in public- and industry-relations activities, support staff at various industry events, work with National Football League teams at co-sponsored Fuel Up to Play 60 events, visit local dairy farms, and work one-on-one with local farmers. Interns learn best practices for agricultural public relations and industry relations and gain valuable software skills, such as WordPress, Adobe Photoshop/InDesign and Final Cut Pro.
For more information about The Dairy Alliance internship opportunities, contact our Internship Coordinator.
There are no projects currently up for bid at this time.