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Who's hiring in PGH? Anthropologie, Carnegie Museums and more!

Today's mantra: you can find a job! Each week, Pop City brings you exciting job opportunities in Pittsburgh. Let us know @popcitypgh if we've helped you snag the job of your dreams!

The Pittsburgh Business Times and a publication on the Northside are looking for editors. The Pittsburgh Business Times seeks an assistant managing editor, while the Northside publication is looking for a managing editor. For both positions you should have experience with InDesign as well as solid journalism skills. If you like running the show on the production end and occasionally bossing people around for their own good, this could be the job for you. 

Get creative at Anthropologie? Yes you heard that right. The clothier is searching for just the right person to make their store displays pop. So if you've got pizzazz and know how to arrange scarves like no other, step out of the office and into the window and show this store what you've got as a visual merchandiser. You should have prior experience in retail and ideally in this capacity.

If you need a part time gig, add meaning to your life at the Carnegie Science Museum teaching science and math to young girls as part of the STEM program. The part-time instructor will implement and design hands-on science lessons for under served, middle school girls in an after school environment. This position involves at least two days per week Monday through Thursday, 2PM to 5PM plus Saturday and selected dates/times for special outings.  

Mount Washington Community Development Corportation is looking for a Communications and Outreach Coordinator. The coordinator will manage social media for the group, develop a newsletter and communicate with diverse audiences among many other responsibilities.

Cook food for ballet students. The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre is looking for a chef to work 30 hours per week to feed 21 students from 1PM to 7PM. The candidate should be able to pass a background check and must have what it takes to run a clean and healthy kitchen. Get to see some behind the scenes Black Swan action, and keep on your toes in the kitchen, whipping up whatever keeps them doing pirouettes.

If you are young enough to work for housing and a stipend making documentary films, why not do it at a hospital in Haiti for HAS Hopital Albert Schweitzer. The videos will be used for online fundraising and personalized donor communications, and will document the work of the hospital and community health workers. The ideal candidate is willing to spend at least three months on location in central Haiti, with possible extension. Get out of town and do something meaningful, it's summer and Haiti is in the Caribbean.

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