I used to work at this place ages ago, and still know some people that work there and can say it was a great job for me while in my college age years. They are a cool company, nice people, flexible position, and you get to work with movie trailers. What isn't cool about that?!
The company is called eworks (http://www.eworksinc.com/) and they do market research for movies. You may have seen them in your local mall or movie theeter interviewing people for movie trailers, and exit polls from screenings. They are in constant need of good interviewers and also need Assistant Managers from time to time. Check out if there is an eworks kiosk in your part of the country: http://www.eworksinc.com/locations/
As of this posting, they are looking for Assistant Managers in Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, and Albany NY. Here is a sample ad for this position, although exact salary and commission varies slightly on the market:
entertainment works is seeking an Assistant Manager for our XXXX marketplace. Locations include XXXXX.
The Assistant Manager receives ~$600+ bi-weekly salary [DEPENDS ON MARKET] depending on experience, PLUS $5.XX for every survey he or she conducts and a monthly cell phone stipend. Days off are Monday and Thursday (weekend availability is a must!). In addition to conducting surveys, the Assistant Manager will oversee the staff and manage the workload to ensure on-time project completion on the city manager’s days off.
We're looking for a quick-learning, independent worker with a competitive drive and an interest in marketing and pop culture. This is a great job for a marketing major.
* Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday availability required
* must have a reliable car
* some supervisory experience
* high energy and persuasive personality
* ability to stay motivated and motivate others throughout the shift
* professional speech and appearance
* ability to understand and hit number goals
* familiarity with basic computer functions and strong typing skills
* punctuality and attention to detail
* ability to read, write, and speak Spanish is a plus
What we’re not looking for: nine-to-fivers and desk jockeys. If you’re looking for mindless work, don’t apply. Just like snowflakes, no two days at eworks are alike!
click here to apply online.
They are ALWAYS looking for interviewers so check out the locations and fill out an application. I'm happy to answer general questions, although its been a while since I worked there. Feel free to pass this on to your outgoing friends whom you think might fit a position like this. I really loved working there while in college and I hope to pass on the opportunity to some of you :)
Peace and Tea,
fLee, Queen of Tarts