Who's Hiring Full-Time: Swatch, Tickets.com and Dean Foods - TheStreet

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Who They Are: Maker of plastic, colorful watches.

Where They Are: Based in Switzerland, the company has many stores and other facilities in the U.S.

What They Want: Sales associates, store managers.

Coolest Job: They need a Retail Training Specialist who will develop and manage Swatch training initiatives. The position is based in the N.Y./N.J. area, but will involve lots of travel.

Apply here.

Next Page: Tickets.com


Who They Are: Provider of automated online ticket sales.

Where They Are: Based in Costa Mesa, Calif.

What They Want: They have openings in sales, marketing and client support. They also have temporary management and box office positions based in Vancouver during the 2010 Olympics.

Coolest Job: They need a Client Marketing Manager who will educate clients on successful marketing practices and develop strategic marketing plans. Requires two years of marketing experience, specific expertise in online marketing and ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

Apply here.

Next Page: Dean Foods

Dean Foods (Stock Quote: DF)

Who They Are: Manufacturer of milk and food products.

Where They Are: Based in Dallas, with more than 100 facilities in the U.S.

What They Want: They have lots of openings in a wide range of areas, including production, maintenance and sales.

Coolest Job: If you've always wanted to live in Hawaii, check out their opening for a Key Account Holder based in Honolulu. This person is responsible for maintaining relationships with existing clients while making new contacts. Requires two years experience in customer service, with a college degree preferred.

Apply here.

Next Page: Bonus Job!

Bonus Cool Job of the Week

Calling all Spongebob Squarepants fans! Here's your chance to watch this and other Nickelodeon shows and get paid for it. Nickelodeon is seeking a Vice President of Consumer Marketing. You would be responsible to marketing the company's products and programs to a consumer audience, and would spearhead launch plans for new shows and TV movie premieres. You must have 10 years experience in consumer marketing, be able to manage a team and have a strong understanding of the Nickelodeon brand and its content.

Apply here.

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