This could be the one! Me. On TV!!!!
On Camera TV Traffic Reporter
iHeartMedia, Inc. – Jacksonville, FL
Gathers traffic information and delivers on camera traffic reports in front of a green screen.
Focuses on providing timely and useful information to commuters planning their drives to work, as well as to those already en route by maintaining contact with external sources of information or by observing traffic from air or land vehicle.
Announces the latest accidents and traffic hold-ups; keeps all facts straight, makes sure details are accurate and current, and tracks any changes.
Maintains crucial deadlines in order to provide traffic updates in a timely fashion.
May be required to report live on location from helicopter.
May prepare written content, visual images, audio material and video footage for websites, blogs or other social-media platforms.
May require flexibility in work schedules.
Proficient in Microsoft Office suite, social networking platforms and audio production software
Knowledgeable of local coverage area geography and roadways, mass transit and traffic patterns
Pleasant, charismatic and well-controlled voice; excellent pronunciation
Adept at working in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented, “newsroom-like” collaborative environment
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Hello, Road Warriors!
I really think you and I are meant to be. For realz. I’ve always wanted to be on TV. And since I didn’t get that metoritelogical job I went for earlier, traffic was always my second choice! Sometimes Plan B is better!
When I was a kid, I always used to do my own traffic reports while we were driving to see my relatives in Jersey. Every summer. Boring drive. But I used to say things like: “Watch for boulders that could fall on the turnpike and smash your sister’s side of the car,” or “There’s a potential for a landslide with all this rain. We’ll probably land on her side of the car.”
Plus, I know I look good on TV. I’ve been studying our local anchors for a long time.
I'm a wreck anyways—might as well make some money at it, right!?!
Orange Barrels Forever,
P.S. I could booty shake on TV!
I’m so good at trivia!
Game Night Live – Boise, ID
Our ideal Host (MUST have reliable transportation, be 21+ and have a reliable laptop).
Is comfortable speaking to an assembly of happy beer-fueled trivia, sports and/or music fans over a microphone
Has a strong speaking voice
Can potentially host at least a show or two every week
Added bonuses: Quick wit, basic computer skills, and ability to multi-task
A typical GNL night includes. . .
Meeting new people and making friends
Creating a playlist of fun music
Engaging and entertaining the players . . .all while running an efficient game
How it works. . .
We supply our Hosts with the games and equipment they need to host GNL events
We provide our Hosts with a location to host weekly GNL events at.
Our Hosts provide a laptop, some fun tunes, and their stellar personalities.
Our Hosts are awesomely fun at these shows, getting teams to come back for more every week.
We pay a minimum of $45 for each show, and more for shows with better attendance.
This is an outstanding way to get out of the house, meet new people, and stack some extra spending cash on the side. If you only want to make a quick buck, work at a bar so you can drink, or are just a general nincompoop, then this job is not right for you.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Dear Night Gamers…
Who doesn’t like to play games? Seriously! And a place where you can drink! First of all, I’m great with trivia:
Q: What’s black and white and read all over?
A: A newspaper!
Besides my awesome trivia brain, I’m great with people. I was a cheerleader in high school; I’m pro at dancing on bars; and people like me! My phone actress business is successful, but I need to spread my wings and grow into a real career. Like trivia night! I mean, I could go on to hosing a game show on TV as a result!
And think of all the cute outfits I could wear. I’ve got some killer leather shorts that I like to wear with a matching bikini top. If I wear a blazer with it, that makes it professional. Because my moms says a blazer makes any outfit professional.
The Hostess with the Mostess,
I’ve always wanted to be meteorite!
Weekend Evening Meteorologist – KSHB
Do you want to provide weather forecasts for a Super Bowl winning football team? Helping hundreds of thousands of fans plan their tailgate parties this fall!
KSHB, the Scripps NBC Station in Kansas City, and new media partner of the Kansas City Chiefs is seeking an aggressive and experienced Meteorologist for our weekend evening newscasts. In addition you will be the face of our heavily equipped (including radar) “Storm Tracker” vehicle chasing down severe weather and providing live reports from the field.
We seek someone who is a social media rock star and understands the power of proving content to all platforms that not only informs but will engage our viewers. We want someone ready to invest and grow with a station that has a lot of momentum in the market and can help take our weather coverage to new levels.
Prepare and deliver daily weathercasts utilizing all available weather data and graphics computers.
Prepare and deliver urgent weather updates interrupting regular programming as necessary.
Prepare and deliver all weathercast materials over a variety of mediums, including, but not limited to: TV, Radio, Internet, Newspaper.
Receives assignment or evaluates news leads and news tips to develop story ideas.
At least 3-years of TV Meteorologist experience.
Computer literacy required, including weather and newsroom computer systems.
Knowledge of broadcast quality camera equipment.
Knowledge of Final Cut Pro editing systems, or similar editing equipment.
Strong broadcast and AP style writing skills.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Dear Sky Watchers,
My friends have always told me that I should do TV, and that weather stuff would be perfect for me. My favorite movie has always been To Die For. I wanted to be Nicole Kidman so bad and do the weather like her. She looked so good and had the best outfits!
I’ve been practicing for years in front of a mirror and pretending to point at stuff that really isn’t there, so my game is strong. In the third grade, I won Best Drawing during Tornado Safety Week. And our local TV weather dude was a judge and said I was so cute. Destiny, I believe it is!
My philosophy with the weather is to always say it will be partly cloudy. Because if the sun shines, bonus! And if it’s kinda cloudy, then I was right!
Warm Hearts and Warm Fronts,
I love big black… cars!
Advocacy Unlimited, Inc
We are in need of Personal Chauffeur's applying for this role will be providing friendly, professional and reliable service. The right candidates will need to consult maps or navigation devices for desired routes, checking radio or online traffic and weather reports for departure and destination locations. Advise employer or passenger of potential or existing adverse conditions and suggest alternative routes or travel time adjustments. Keeping vehicles clean and ensuring that they are mechanically sound is a plus.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: $550.00 to $800.00 /week
transportation: 1 year (Preferred)
professional driving: 1 year (Preferred)
driving: 1 year (Preferred)
limo driver: 1 year (Preferred)
city knowledge: 1 year (Preferred)
Suzi's Cover Letter:
Dear Driving Divas,
I’ve always loved road trips. It’s my favorite way to travel! Crank up the tunes, roll the windows down, pop dem bottles! Woot! Of course, I won’t be popping bottles while driving—except for clients.
I can bring extra fun to chauffeuring, because I learned how to do all kinds of things while behind the wheel. I can put on my makeup, eat dinner, lead everyone in some karaoke… Plus, I’d look totally stylin’ in a chauffer’s cap and black suit. Except my suit would either be a skirt of shorts and a blazer. Maybe I’ll paint a shirt on underneath, depending on the occasion of the trip.
Stretched and Ready,
I was *this* close to auditioning for The Voice.
Christian Performing Arts Center – Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
Part-time/$20-$25 per hour
Singers, who are also entertainers, that are are ready to perform on their own in 45 minute show on video to show at nursing homes, Alzheimer care homes and retirement communities.. We will help put together your show. You will be featured in a professional video. You can definitely perform around your work schedule. We are looking for singers that can do either country songs, patriotic songs, old fashioned hymns or Christian songs. To audition, please email a phone video so we can hear your voice and see your performance.
Singing outside of the shower: 1 year (Preferred)
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Dear Fellow Mariah Careys,
I have been singing my whole life. I swear to God that I have a soundtrack playing in my head all the time. And I’m singing to it!
I have no formal training, but I sound awesome in the shower! And I sing at all my friends’ parties and I’ve done that forever, so, there’s my experience!
Here’s my audition:
Hope to Hear From You Soon,
This is a dream job!
American Cruise Lines – Phoenix, AZ
The Cruise Director is the most visible advocate for guests and is responsible for creating a fun atmosphere on board while engaging guests at all times through a series of activities, shows, events, presentations and socializing throughout the cruise. The Cruise Director manages the entertainment, presentations, activities, events and communications on board. This leadership role requires an energetic, creative, talented individual with previous cruise/resort experience, extraordinarily polished presentation skills, collaborative approach, team spirit, and a passion for guest satisfaction.
Schedule and execute engaging entertainment, enrichment and activity programs that enhance and elevate the guest experience.
Effectively communicate to guests via the shipboard daily program, television, stage, public address system and one-on-one interaction and socialization.
Socialize with guests at every opportunity including, but not limited to, meal times and cocktail hour.
Greet guests as they depart for and return from shore excursions.
Make daily Noon announcement/update; make every effort to make all PA announcements as the “voice” of the cruise.
Meet with Excursions Director, Guest Speakers, Guest Instructors and Resident Entertainers at the start of every cruise to review scheduling.
Create the daily Ship To Shore
Host Officer Introduction and Excursion Briefing.
Assist in the delivery of the Safety Briefing with the Captain
Ensure lounges are prepared for activities, events, presentations and shows (lounge configuration, A/V requirements, etc.).
Confirm entertainers 48-hours in advance; assist entertainers and onboard speakers A/V needs.
Create and update bulletin board daily.
Work with Excursions Director to prepare folders and materials for turnaround day.
Act as company representative at pre-cruise hotels on turnaround day.
Promote onboard sales and brand loyalty by hosting re-booking events.
Oversee proper VIP guest service delivery.
Communicate and report regularly to the Home Office as to the status of the cruise, guest issues and recovery, and the evaluations of Guest Speakers, Instructors and Entertainers.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
This opportunity is sooo me. When my gramps used to babysit me, we used to watch that old show The Love Boat. I always wanted to be Julie the Cruise Director. So cute and fun! That’s me!
I’m great at planning activities and parties. How about these ideas?
Adult ring toss: after hours, using a man’s “rod” as the rod…
Beer pong on the lido deck
Skinny Dipping with Suzi
I could even create a drink special of the day: The Rum Roofie!
Can’t wait to chat with you!
Cuisin’ & Boozin’,
I could be in charge of a team of fitness people! Gah!
Fitness Coach at Blake Street House
Ropeswing Hospitality Group – Bentonville, AR
Ropeswing Hospitality is a collection of creative, playful, hard-working individuals that are passionate about food, cocktails, coffee, service and most importantly, our community. We value a climate where every employee is valued and treated with respect. We are looking for like-minded individuals that want to join our crew!
What you'll do
Fitness trainers and instructors lead, instruct, and motivate individuals or groups in exercise activities, including cardiovascular exercise (exercises for the heart and blood system), strength training, and stretching. They work with people of all ages and skill levels. Must be available to work nights and weekends, as needed.
Demonstrate how to carry out various exercises and routines.
Watch members do exercises and show or tell them correct techniques to minimize injury and improve fitness.
Give alternative exercises during workouts or classes for different levels of fitness and skill.
Monitor members’ progress and adapt programs as needed.
Explain and enforce safety rules and regulations on sports, recreational activities, and the use of exercise equipment.
What Will Make Us REALLY Love you (Preferred Qualifications)
Degree in Kinesiology or Sports Medicine preferred.
Previous experience as a personal trainer preferred.
Experience with Book4Time or other scheduling software preferred.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
I love what you’ve got going on there. I’m passionate about food and cocktails, coffee… and I can combine all of that into my workouts. We could do circuit training with a cocktail at the end of each interval! Handstands on a keg! Squats for sandwiches!
My qualifications include a lot of exercising. I like to plank and do yoga, and I’m really flexible. (That’s what my clients love about me!) My grandma had that Jane Fonda workout tape, and I can do that routine too. So, like, old school and Suzi school workouts combined!
Fitness this Banana in My Mouth,
Doggies are so cute!
Midday Dog Walker
Metropawlitan Petsitters - Alexandria, VA
$15-$18 an hour, Part Time
Do you have an open schedule during the day or on the weekends?
Are you retired, stay at home parent, freelancer or a student?
Are you looking for supplemental income?
Would you love to work with pets while staying fit?
This is may be the job for you.
We are a professional pet sitting company looking for a team of part time dog walkers and substitute dog walkers, runners and pet sitters. We prefer candidates who live in close proximity to area in which you are applying for. We are currently looking for walkers in Arlington, Alexandria, Vienna and Fairfax.
In addition to this, prospective applicants must:
-Be a zoologist at heart
-Have an undying love for animals
-Be comfortable with groups of dogs and be skilled in animal behavior
-Enjoy the idea of a flexible schedule
-Can work independently
-Be able to provide references and pass a criminal background check
-Possess honesty, reliability, strong communication skills, common sense and good judgment
-Demonstrate a keen ability to handle multiple tasks and details
-Be adaptable - things happen. We need people who won't unravel when things aren't seamless.
-Be in good physical health - You will be walking dogs and sometimes in the rain, sleet & snow!
-Own a reliable, insured, registered and inspected car
-Own a smartphone
-Have a fluency of the Internet and can check e-mail daily and have reliable internet service
-Willing to commit to at least 6 months
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
I love all things dog: chow, accessories, beds, -gy style! You can’t go wrong! And since I’ve babysat my stupid sister’s four kids at once, I can handle anything. Dog poo is nothing after a 7-year-old throws their poo at you.
Plus, I have great fashion sense. So when we do the “dog walk”, all eyes will be on us!
Woofs and Wags,
I’m really good with gestures!
American Sign Language Interpreter (ASL)
The Stepping Stones Group is currently interviewing American Sign Language Interpreters like YOU for the 2020-2021 School Year!
Join us in our mission to positively impact the lives of children and give a voice to those who need it most. If you're new to the school-setting, we've got you covered with first-class clinical support and our Foundations Mentoring Program.
How we support & invest in your career:
Dedicated clinical manager
Professional development stipend
Complimentary access to our CEU Library
Live CEU events monthly
Foundations Mentoring Program
Online resources & tools
Professional certification offerings
Benefits made for you:
Full time, part time, local contract and travel eligible positions - nationwide
Student loan repayment plans
Full health benefits
Health & wellness spending stipend
401(k) and More!
Job Requirements for American Sign Language Interpreters:
EIPA Score with AL License
Full Time; New Grads Accepted
Suzi's Cover Letter:
Dear Finger Fellows,
I learned sign language as a kid, and I was good! I need a refresher course, but I can probs get that on YouTube.
I love kids, plus I can wear the cutest jewelry to accent my hands while signing. Let’s kick this up a notch!
Signed (get it!),
I’m no Chelsea, but I’m a handler!
Southern California – Part-time
Job Title: Shieldy Handler
Location: Southern California
Classification: Part-time (Non-exempt)
USA Water Polo is seeking an outgoing, organized and motivated candidate to serve as a handler for its official costumed mascot, Shieldy. In this position, individuals will gain hands-on experience within and across a diverse set of game day promotional roles and functions, including theme night marketing and promotions, fan engagement and on-deck entertainment. This position is part-time, on an as-needed basis aligning with the USA Water Polo 2020 events calendar.
Escort and accompany Shieldy while performing game duties and designated off-site appearances.
Aid Shieldy and guide them throughout games and other relevant events.
Act as the “eyes, ears and voice” for the mascot performer, including awareness of game progression, in-game run of show, fan requests and potential hazards.
Carry mascot supplies (autograph cards, giveaway items, etc).
Assist mascot performer with preparation and execution of on-field routines, giveaway tosses and provide logistical support during games and appearances.
Serve as a fan liaison by providing exceptional customer service, including taking pictures, improving overall guest experience, etc.
Ensure that Shieldy is ready and appropriately dressed before entering the public.
Support the maintenance of Shieldy’s outfit, communicating necessary suit repairs.
Provide Shieldy feedback in order to ensure that Shieldy’s satisfying fan, guest and customer expectations.
Maintain a positive attitude and consistently greeting fans and guests.
Increase fan engagement by interacting directly with fans and guests with enthusiasm and excitement.
Must be able to work flexible hours, including afternoons, nights and weekends, as scheduled.
Individual must be comfortable approaching fans, have strong communication skills and a confident demeanor in order to help our team create a fun and lively game day atmosphere, strong improvisation skills a plus.
Ability to work well under pressure, in a high activity and heavily crowded venue for extended periods of time.
Must be able to relate with fans of all ages and demographics.
Ability to work in a high activity and heavily crowded venue for extended periods of time.
$13.00 Per Hour
Suzi's Cover Letter:
Dear Agents of Shield,
Who doesn’t love a mascot? Or hanging out with mascots? And even though I would be down with being one, at least I’m not the one inside sweating from places I shouldn’t. Plus, I think those costumes hide my best assets, which can be used to our advantage. Wink, wink.
I think is the perfect job for a woman since we are used to shields, like panty shields, so…
I would love to be Shieldy’s hand. It’s so Game of Thrones. Without the nakedness and murder. Which is good.
Ready to Armor,
I'm just your average girl who wants a kick-ass life and... love! If I could be a superhero, that would be AWESOME! I'm currently a "phone actress" looking for a really cool career. Don't get me wrong-- I love giving a hand to dudes who need someone to chat with. Everybody needs somebody! But, my parents keep telling me I need a respectable job. Sigh.