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Legal Intern Summer 2018 at Congressional Budget Office

Tue, 11/21/2017 - 11:18
Employer: Congressional Budget Office Expires: 12/18/2017 The Congressional Budget Office is a small nonpartisan agency that provides economic and budgetary analysis to the Congress. The Office of General Counsel seeks an intern with a strong work ethic to assist in a variety of legal support services during the summer of 2018. The successful candidate will report directly to the General Counsel. Duties include conducting legislative research, drafting contracts, supervised counseling of clients on issues involving government ethics, learning to review government contracts, and conducting other legal research to support CBO’s analytic activities. Additional responsibilities include drafting legal memorandums and briefs about the significance to CBO of various court decisions, assisting with statutory interpretation, and verifying legal citations in CBO draft reports. Qualifications Candidates must be in their second year or third year of law school or have recently completed a juris doctorate degree. The ability to handle multiple simultaneous tasks and complete projects under tight deadlines is required. Candidates should have strong communication and organizational skills and be able to perform requested legal and factual research using both electronic and manual library searches. Strong interpersonal skills are a must. The position also requires a person who can work independently and as a part of a team. Training or experience in legislative affairs and prior paralegal or legal office experience is desired but not required.   Salary and Benefits The hourly rate ranges from $22.00 to $30.00 and will be based on academic level and related experience. This is a temporary position that is expected to last approximately 10 weeks between May and August. The selected candidate would be expected to work a 40-hour week, but an alternate schedule may be considered. Housing and relocation expenses are not provided, but the candidate will be eligible for a local transportation subsidy.   How to Apply Please submit a cover letter, résumé, unofficial transcripts with current coursework, and contact information for two references at www.cbo.gov/careers by December 18, 2017 to ensure consideration. Only complete applications will be considered. This position is governed by the Veterans Employment Opportunities Act, as made applicable by the Congressional Accountability Act, as amended.   Contact Nancy Fahey, Washington, DC, 202-226-2628, careers@cbo.gov

Communications & Special Projects Coordinator at Opportunity for Work and Learning

Tue, 11/21/2017 - 11:06
Employer: Opportunity for Work and Learning Expires: 12/01/2017 REPORTS TO: President/CEO STATUS: Salary, Full-TimeHOW TO APPLY: Please submit your resume and cover letter by November 30th 2017 to David Boggs, President/CEO, at dboggs@owlinc.net. POSITION OVERVIEW: The Communications & Special Projects Coordinator will assist the President/CEO with various tasks as needed. This role will have an emphasis on informing and engaging OWL’s current audiences and prospective supporters in order to increase awareness of OWL programs and services. REQUIREMENTS:•Commitment to the mission of OWL: OWL partners with communities to help individuals overcome barriers to achieve personal and professional growth•Excellent written and oral communication skills•Proficient with Microsoft Office suite•Bachelor’s degree in business, communications, marketing, nonprofit management or similar fieldKEY RESPONSIBILITIES:ADMINISTRATIVE•Provide general administrative and clerical support•Lead relations/communications with Board of Directors•Prepare and maintain documents including correspondence, reports and databases•Schedule and coordinate meetings and events to be attended by the President/CEOCOMMUNICATIONS•Manage promotional and informational materials (brochures, flyers, promotional items etc.)•Apply for awards and recognition on behalf of OWL•Serve as company spokesperson and attend events as needed•Write success stories and company announcements (newsletters, etc.)•Manage social media content, online membership pages and websiteFUNDRAISING•Manage donor relations, communications and fundraising campaigns•Serve as event planner for annual OWL Foundation Golf OutingAMERICAN DISABILITIES ACT STATEMENT: OWL Inc. will comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which prohibits discrimination in the provision of programs, services or activities to individuals with disabilities. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER STATEMENT: OWL Inc. prohibits discrimination because of race, religion, sex, age, ethnic background, color, national or local origin, creed, ancestry, status with regard to public assistance, marital or family status, disability, military service, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or other characteristics protected by law.

Friendly & Outgoing Sales Representative - Myrtle Beach at TruGreen

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 17:16
Employer: TruGreen Expires: 12/20/2017 TruGreen® is the nation's largest and most comprehensive provider of lawn services. We focus on developing our people by building proud, dynamic teams while helping associates reach their personal and professional goals. We continuously strive to make TruGreen® an employer of choice and a great place to work! Due to rapid growth, we are looking to add Full Time Sales Representatives to our team! Sales Representative Position Overview As a Sales Representative, you will be responsible for delivering the customer experience by educating prospective customers on proper lawn maintenance practices and selling the proper lawn care treatment packages that meets their needs. Our Sales Representative Enjoy: ·         Guaranteed Base Salary Plus Unlimited Commission ·         Sales Reps can make up to $1000+ a Week ·         Salary and Commissions Paid Weekly ·         Paid Holidays and Vacations ·         Full Range of Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental ·         401K Retirement Plan with company matching ·         Paid Company Training- No Experience Needed ·         Advancement Opportunities- We Promote from Within! ·         Great Work Environment   Sales Representative Qualifications: ·         Must have a High School Diploma or Equivalent ·         Must have a valid driver’s license ·         Customer-service focused ·         Strong communication skills   Please apply Directly to:   https://jobs.trugreen.com/job/pembroke-pines/residential-outside-sales-rep/1171/6175116/apply?source... TruGreen is committed to Diversity and Inclusion. We encourage diverse candidates to apply to this position. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer - Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. To learn more copy and paste this URL into your browser:http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf TruGreen performs pre-employment testing By providing TruGreen with my cell phone number, I agree that TruGreen may call or text/SMS message me on that number using an automated telephone dialing system or prerecorded or artificial voice to discuss possible employment opportunities, my account, including current and possible future services provided by TruGreen, customer service and billing. I understand that providing my cell phone number is not required to inquire about or apply for employment with TruGreen or purchase TruGreen services and that I may revoke this permission at any time.

Bridge and Structures Engineer at Washington State Department of Transportation

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 15:09
Employer: Washington State Department of Transportation Expires: 12/05/2017 The Opportunity: The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is currently searching for a dynamic leader to assume the role of Bridge and Structures Engineer. This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual with extensive management and leadership experience coupled with technical expertise to grow and further develop a respected and nationally recognized state structural engineering office. This position is responsible for providing direction, guidance, supervision and management to the structural engineering program for the entire state of Washington. Managing a staff of approximately 105 individuals, the incumbent develops and implements programs for the establishing structural standards, design, inspection and preservation of approximately 3200 WSDOT owned bridges and countless other structures. The Bridge and Structures Engineer serves as the principal lead for the state in the areas of design, research, inspection, evaluation, preservation and rehabilitation of all state bridges. This position calls for an effective and inspired transportation leader who is knowledgeable about project delivery, program management and transportation structures that can develop and retain a high-performance team. Above all, the Bridge & Structures Engineer will be a coach and mentor to senior-level staff as well as a good communicator and collaborator capable of working across boundaries to achieve departmental goals. At WSDOT, we actively promote and honor diversity in the workplace and support one another with respect and trust. If you would like to join our team-oriented environment, with the potential for a great deal of career stability and growth, definitely consider a career opportunity with WSDOT. This position will perform the following work:Work to establish needs and goals in creating a biennial budget.   Recognize and communicate tradeoffs as necessary during the budgeting process.Coach senior-level staff to manage and develop high-performance teams and implement program strategies.Solve complex structural engineering issues by establishing design criteria for design-bid and design-bid-build projects, developing appropriate teams capable of delivering projects of various size and complexity, ensuring adequate staffing levels for timely bridge inspections and project delivery, and managing the overall office budget.Leading and managing change. Engaging a wide range of stakeholders and building coalitions throughout your national peers, WSDOT, local agencies, and the industry.Achieving organizational goals and delivering quality programs using data-driven evaluation and performance measures.Teaching and applying lean principles, methods and tools including continuous process improvement, developing performance measures and targets that fosters an agency culture ensuring citizens get the most value for their tax dollars.Setting and implementing policy. An ideal candidate for this position will have:Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering.Have experience in the delivery of complex highway projects, either through project management, structural design or construction engineering.Professional Engineer License (PE) in Washington State.Structural Engineer License (SE) in Washington State.Knowledge of National Bridge Inspection Standards and National Bridge Design Codes.Experience managing, mentoring and developing staff.Good oral and written communication skills.Experience in managing a diversified staff, leading change, implementing improvement, project delivery using design-build and design-bid-build methods, making technical and non-technical presentation and interfacing with the media.Knowledge of applicable RCW's and Merit System Rules.  The Washington State Department of Transportation is an equal opportunity employer. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, and disabled and Vietnam era veterans are encouraged to apply. Persons with disabilities needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this job announcement in an alternative format may call or email the recruiter.

Summer Intern - Graduate: Strategic Initiatives #91454 at MTA Metro-North Railroad

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 14:46
Employer: MTA Metro-North Railroad Expires: 12/01/2017 Position Objective: The Strategic Initiatives Department is a dedicated unit that facilitates the implementation of Our Strategic Plan. Our role is to communicate and educate all departments about Our Strategic Plan. We assist departments in communicating Our Strategic Plan to align department and employee goals with MNR strategic goals and objectives. Strategic Initiatives provides feedback to various departments with information collected from departments or individual employees where an activity was identified for improvement. This position will report to the Assistant Director of Strategic Initiatives and will support MNR's Corporate Compliance & Strategic Initiatives unit by assisting with strategic business process research and reporting. Work on research and development of new corporate project implementation tracking and presentation methods and tools, assist with MNR's Benchmarking Steering Group, and support MNR's participation in the International Suburban Rail Benchmarking Group (ISBeRG).Responsibilities: Research and development of new corporate project implementation tracking and presentation methods and tools for reporting on: business process improvements; audit recommendations and other corrective actions; and initiatives, projects, and performance reporting related to MNR’s strategic business plan. Data collection, analysis, and management of Metro-North’s participation in the International Suburban Rail Benchmarking Group (ISBeRG). Assist with coordination efforts for MNR’s Benchmarking Steering Group, an inter-departmental group designed to pioneer innovation, change, and forward-thinking ideas within the company.Required Qualifications: Strong organizational and time-management skills. Excellent written and verbal presentation skills. Good problem-solving and decision-making skills. Project management and research skills with adherence to deadlines. Must be able to maintain and protect confidentiality. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and/or comparable PC applications.Required Education/Experiences: Matriculated graduate student majoring in Communications, Business Administration, Business Management, Public Administration Policy and/or related field. Demonstrated business experience including development and/or managing of projects and initiatives.Other Information:  Interns must be available to work 35 hours a week from May 30, 2018 to August 10, 2018.Interns are only authorized to work during regular business hours (no off hours, weekends, etc.).Applicants must be 18 years or older and must have valid authorization to work in the United States.Transcripts: A current copy of transcript will be required; full time status for undergraduate and part or full time for graduate interns.A medical exam will be required for all safety sensitive positions.A background check is required.Periodic feedback/surveys and final project assignments will be required as part of the internship program.Students will be required to attend New Hire Orientation and Speaker Series meetings in our NYC facility.All interns are required to complete a Final Group Project and presentation. Interns may be required to travel to different locations in NY and CT. 

Summer Intern - Graduate: Corporate Compliance Job # 91448 at MTA Metro-North Railroad

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 14:40
Employer: MTA Metro-North Railroad Expires: 12/01/2017 Position Objective: Corporate Compliance assists Metro-North Railroad (MNR) departments in their efforts to ensure that the Railroad meets internal and external expectations to minimize risks financially, operationally and administratively. We work to strengthen the ability to achieve and maintain high standards in all of its operations. Corporate Compliance serves as a liaison to all auditing activities, and works with the departments to develop and update Corporate Policies and Operating Procedures. This position will report to the Assistant Director of Corporate Compliance and will support Metro-North’s Corporate Compliance and Strategic Initiatives unit by assisting with the review/update of business processes as well as the completion of the annual Internal Controls testing process and reporting. Other tasks may include researching regulation and policy matters and following up with departments on remediation activities which ensure Metro-North is in compliance with governing entities.Responsibilities:  In conjunction with Manager of Corporate Compliance work with departments to review/update business processes and internal control descriptions and tests. Assist department representatives with testing procedures and documentation. Other tasks as assigned, such as researching regulations and policies, and following up with department representatives.Required Qualifications:  Strong customer service, organizational and time management skills. Excellent written and verbal presentation skills. Ability to do comprehensive research, grasp complexity, problem solve, make some decisions and meet tight deadlines. Must be able to maintain and protect confidentiality. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and/or comparable PC applications.Required Education/Experience: Matriculated graduate student majoring in Communications, Business Administration, Business Management, Public Administration Policy and/or related field. Demonstrated business experience including development and/or managing of projects and initiatives.Other Information: Interns must be available to work 35 hours a week from May 30, 2018 to August 10, 2018. Interns are only authorized to work during regular business hours (no off hours, weekends, etc.). Applicants must be 18 years or older and must have valid authorization to work in the United States. Transcripts: A current copy of transcript will be required; full time status for undergraduate and part or full time for graduate interns. A medical exam will be required for all safety sensitive positions. A background check is required. Periodic feedback/surveys and final project assignments will be required as part of the internship program. Students will be required to attend New Hire Orientation and Speaker Series meetings in our NYC facility. All interns are required to complete a Final Group Project and presentation. Interns may be required to travel to different locations in NY and CT.

Summer Intern - Undergraduate: Risk Reduction # 91578 at MTA Metro-North Railroad

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 14:18
Employer: MTA Metro-North Railroad Expires: 12/01/2017 Position Objective: The Office of System Safety maintains and promotes a strong safety culture and it helps to ensure that employees follow all safety policies, procedures and regulations. It oversees and aides in conducting written program/procedure reviews and development of training curricula based on these programs. It assists with accident investigations and follow-up with required corrective action. Identifies and communicates workplace hazards and corrects or supplies outside assistance in correcting unsafe actions or work conditions.Responsibilities: Maintain and promote a strong safety culture and follow all safety policies, procedures and regulations. Conduct written program/procedure reviews and develop training curricula based on these programs. Assist with accident investigations and follow-up with required corrective action. Identify and communicate workplace hazards and correct or seek assistance in correcting unsafe actions. Required Qualifications: Familiar with manufacturing and safety principles. Ability to work independently when necessary. Ability to be creative and innovative. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, specifically strong excel skills, and/or comparable PC applications. Ability to learn new programs quickly while working in a fast-paced work environment. Outstanding communication, organizational, and leadership skills.Required Education/Experience: Matriculated undergraduate student in Junior or Senior year pursuing a degree in Environmental, Health & Safety and/or related field.Other Information: Interns must be available to work 35 hours a week from May 30, 2018 to August 10, 2018. Interns are only authorized to work during regular business hours (no off hours, weekends, etc.). Applicants must be 18 years or older and must have valid authorization to work in the United States. Transcripts: A current copy of transcript will be required; full time status for undergraduate and part or full time for graduate interns. A medical exam will be required for all safety sensitive positions. A background check is required. Periodic feedback/surveys and final project assignments will be required as part of the internship program. Students will be required to attend New Hire Orientation and Speaker Series meetings in our NYC facility. All interns are required to complete a Final Group Project and presentation. Interns may be required to travel to different locations in NY and CT.

Summer Intern - Undergraduate: Emergency Management #91571 at MTA Metro-North Railroad

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 14:06
Employer: MTA Metro-North Railroad Expires: 12/01/2017 This position is based out of North White Plains, NY.  Position Objective:Metro North Railroad’s Office of System Safety is seeking a qualified summer Emergency Management Intern to assist the Emergency Management and Fire Safety Division in developing and maintaining GIS-based emergency management planning data. The selected intern will participate in the development of agency emergency plans, design and collection of GIS emergency response and resource datasets, and support the design and facilitation of emergency response training and exercises.Responsibilities: Support the development of a GIS-enable emergency management database. Support field-based emergency asset, resource data collection and validation. Support internal and stakeholder emergency management training and exercise programs. Travel along the Metro-North territory as needed.Required Qualifications: Knowledge, training and/or experience in emergency management (NIMS/ICS/HSEEP). Previous participation in emergency response and/or full-scale exercises. Experience with GIS and database software platforms. Background collecting, managing and producing data. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and/or comparable PC applications. Required Education/Experience: Matriculated undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Emergency Management, Geographic Information Systems and/or a related field. Other Information: Interns must be available to work 35 hours a week from May 30, 2018 to August 10, 2018. Interns are only authorized to work during regular business hours (no off hours, weekends, etc.). Applicants must be 18 years or older and must have valid authorization to work in the United States. Transcripts: A current copy of transcript will be required; full time status for undergraduate and part or full time for graduate interns. A medical exam will be required for all safety sensitive positions. A background check is required. Periodic feedback/surveys and final project assignments will be required as part of the internship program. Students will be required to attend New Hire Orientation and Speaker Series meetings in our NYC facility. All interns are required to complete a Final Group Project and presentation. Interns may be required to travel to different locations in NY and CT.

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Compliance Lead at Washington State Department of Transportation

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 14:01
Employer: Washington State Department of Transportation Expires: 11/28/2017 The Opportunity:  The Washington State Department of Transportation is searching for a well-qualified Program Specialist 5 to work in our Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Compliance Program located in the North Central Region (Ellensburg), with additional responsibilities supporting the Northwest Region (Seattle area). This position will conduct on-site compliance reviews and investigate activities to monitor compliance with the legislatively mandated USDOT program of non-discrimination in the administration and award of federally assisted contracts and projects.  The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is the steward of a multimodal transportation system and responsible for ensuring that people and goods move safely and efficiently. WSDOT manages the world's widest tunneling project and the world's longest floating bridge. WSDOT's diverse programs and projects are supported by more than 6,800 full-time employees, including engineers, vessel captains, maintenance technicians, environmental specialists, planners, and more. We take pride in our workforce and strive for excellence and integrity in everything we do. This position will perform the following work:Conduct Commercially Useful Function (CUF) desk and on-site reviews.Determine, investigate, research, analyze and make recommendations regarding the regular dealer compliance reviews and audits which cross departmental lines and statewide agency federally assisted projects on DBE certified firms. Will work as a single point of contact for the WSDOT North Central region, and work in conjunction with another PS5 to support the needs of the Northwest Region. Provide quality assurance activities for the Minority Business Enterprises/Women's Business Enterprises/Small Business Enterprises/Veteran's Business Enterprises programs.Write detailed reports, special data reports, and present if requested at state government or agency gatherings to promote the Office of Equal Opportunity's DBE program efforts. Provide monitoring and analysis of reports and data to ensure the integrity of the Participation Tracking System (B2GNow), as well as provide user support. An ideal candidate for this position will have:Bachelor's degree (or equivalent experience on a year for year basis) and three years of experience in external civil rights programs.Washington State Investigator Certification or obtained within 6 months of appointmentExceptional communications skills in writing and orallyAbility to understand, sort, and synthesize data and identify relevant data; and consistently use independent judgment to formulate accurate conclusions about the significance of information in accordance with legal principles, regulations and policies.Ability to read, understand and apply appropriate state and federal laws, regulations, policies and guidelines, including without limitation, M/W/DBE certification eligibility laws, regulations and policies and ethics statutes and regulations applicable to state employees.Proven track record of dependability and working well/building rapport with a team.Results oriented with self-directed initiative. Ability to travel statewide, with or without accommodations, on short notice. Customer Focus.Adaptability/Flexibility.Maintain confidentiality of information as appropriate to the work of this position.Accountability.ORBackground in engineering that would be relative to the understanding of the work in support of the implementation of DBE Program Oversight.Ability to interpret, explain and train regarding required federal programsAbility to develop policy and implement plans to effectuate federal regulationsCapacity to analyze documents and reportsAt least three years direct experience reviewing, editing, providing written and oral edits and recommendations to investigative reports; or interpreting, analyzing and applying eligibility rules, policies, and regulations of government/public sector certification programs for minority, women, and disadvantaged-owned small business. Note: This position is covered by a union shop provision. Therefore, as a condition of employment, candidates who are appointed are required to become members of the WFSE, or arrange to pay to that union a fee equivalent to its regular monthly dues. The union shop provision shall be effective on the first day of the month following the employee's initial 30 days in this classification.Contact us: For inquiries about this position, please contact Erik Lunke at 360-705-7747 or email to lunkee@wsdot.wa.gov.  Please reference recruitment number 17DOT-HQ-04319. The Washington State Department of Transportation is an equal opportunity employer. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, and disabled and Vietnam era veterans are encouraged to apply. Persons with disabilities needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this job announcement in an alternative format may call or email the recruiter.

Summer Intern - Undergraduate: Corporate and Public Affairs - Communications #91470 at MTA Metro-North Railroad

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 13:57
Employer: MTA Metro-North Railroad Expires: 12/01/2017 Position Objective: The objective is to learn about developing skills in reporting, writing, video and photography to provide information to our employees and our customers. Will learn about the complexities of the railroad, while also further developing journalistic skills. The Corporate and Public Affairs Department fulfills two major objectives for Metro-North Railroad: communicating to the public and to our employees. The department communicates schedules, changes to service, and emergencies on a moment, daily, weekly and monthly basis. Employee-facing info is daily as well.Responsibilities:  Reporting and writing articles for MTA Today, On Track Magazine, Weekly and Daily News items, and Mileposts (external news to the customers); developing an intern video project, as well as other videos as needed. Possible work on social media composition, special safety campaigns, and other media development.Required Qualifications: Excellent verbal and communications skills. Digital and website experience. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, PowerPoint and/or comparable PC applications. Complete knowledge of Microsoft Word. Ability to interact well with all levels of the company and conduct oneself professionally and with respect. Ability to conduct interviews and take photographs. Self-motivated and organized with strong analytical, time management and problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and as a team member. Understanding of grammar and spelling rules. Ability to proofread and fact-check material without assistance. Ability of basic news story construction and news gathering skills including producing accurate and timely stories and information on deadlines.Required Education/Experience: Matriculated undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Journalism, Communications and/or related field. At least two (2) years of writing and/or journalism experience.Other Information: Interns must be available to work 35 hours a week from May 30, 2018 to August 10, 2018. Interns are only authorized to work during regular business hours (no off hours, weekends, etc.). Applicants must be 18 years or older and must have valid authorization to work in the United States. Transcripts: A current copy of transcript will be required; full time status for undergraduate and part or full time for graduate interns. A medical exam will be required for all safety sensitive positions. A background check is required. Periodic feedback/surveys and final project assignments will be required as part of the internship program. Students will be required to attend New Hire Orientation and Speaker Series meetings in our NYC facility. All interns are required to complete a Final Group Project and presentation. Interns may be required to travel to different locations in NY and CT. 

Summer Intern - Undergraduate: Promotional Partnerships #91436 at MTA Metro-North Railroad

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 13:51
Employer: MTA Metro-North Railroad Expires: 12/01/2017 Responsibilities: Coordinating the NYC Hotel Concierge Outreach Program, positioning MNR as a resource for hotel staff who assist international visitors. The intern will manage the data base of NYC Hotel Concierges, respond to inquiries, make presentations at sales and networking events, produce a digital newsletter with seasonal travel tips. Work on the digital newsletter includes, writing feature articles, layout and distribution. The intern will travel with the promotional partnership team via train within the service area for meetings, tourism partner site visits and promotional outreach.Required Qualifications: Knowledge and general interest in business, marketing and/or special events. Strong communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and/or comparable PC applications.Required Education/Experience: Matriculated undergraduate student majoring in Business, Public Relations, Journalism, Tourism, English and/or related field.Other Information: Interns must be available to work 35 hours a week from May 30, 2018 to August 10, 2018. Interns are only authorized to work during regular business hours (no off hours, weekends, etc.). Applicants must be 18 years or older and must have valid authorization to work in the United States. Transcripts: A current copy of transcript will be required; full time status for undergraduate and part or full time for graduate interns. A medical exam will be required for all safety sensitive positions. A background check is required. Periodic feedback/surveys and final project assignments will be required as part of the internship program. Students will be required to attend New Hire Orientation and Speaker Series meetings in our NYC facility. All interns are required to complete a Final Group Project and presentation. Interns may be required to travel to different locations in NY and CT.

Communications Intern at House Financial Services Committee

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 13:22
Employer: House Financial Services Committee Expires: 12/15/2017 The House Financial Services Committee is seeking a communications intern for the Washington, D.C. office for Spring 2018. The candidate will gain invaluable exposure to the operations of Capitol Hill and experience as an integral part of the communications team, and develop strong political communications and writing skills. Hours can be flexible, but full-time applicants are preferred. Start and end dates are flexible. Internship is unpaid.Communications Intern Responsibilities Work on time sensitive projectsStay informed about current legislation/floor activityMonitor the media for any financial services news/editorials/opinion pieces throughout the weekMonitor the media for member mentions, op-eds, social media, etc.TrendspottingWrite transcriptsPrepare hearing room seats for press, witness staff, and committee staffKeeping up with long term projects Office Policies Please wear appropriate attire in the officeIn session days – Business attire, no short skirts or revealing clothing, always have a blazer, cardigan etc. if you are wearing short sleevesRecess days – Please look nice, although you may dress more casual, do not wear any short skirts, tight pants, or revealing clothing

SALES EXECUTIVE - Simply Sophisticate at Simply Sophisticate

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 13:08
Employer: Simply Sophisticate Expires: 12/16/2017 Simply Sophisticate is looking for the brightest and most energetic entrepreneurial personalities to join our fast-growing brand as new Sales Executives!  AMAZING EARNINGS potential, and able to work remotely at your own pace! Simply Sophisticate has a world's first niche that will indeed separate us from any other custom clothier, and YOU can be a part of our sales commission team by the start of the new year! If you are interested, please email your resume and any other background / experience that you would like to let us know about - info@ssapparelco.com - and our Vice-President of Sales will contact you directly. The potential is limitless, and you can join NOW...don't miss out!Role and Responsibilities1. Marketing / Sales for the Simply Sophisticate brand – suits, sport coats, shirts, skirts, ties, scarves, pocket squares2. Building clientele through calls, social media presence / email campaigns3. Effective marketing and Brand Management 4. Customer Relations and Data ManagementQualifications and Education Requirements1. Bachelors degree or higher preferred; minimum of 60 hours of College Coursework required2. Interest in Business, Sales, Marketing, FashionRequired Skills1. Great written and oral communication skills2. Comfortable in large group settings3. Innovative and creative marketing mindset

Office Administrator with Bookkeeping Responsibilities at Dean Dorton

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 12:37
Employer: Dean Dorton Expires: 12/15/2017 Part Time Office Assistant with Bookkeeping Responsibilities Confidential Equine Boarding Farm - Lexington, KY Part-time Part-time Office Assistant with Bookkeeping Responsibilities A unique Equine Boarding farm in the Lexington area is seeking an office assistant with experience in basic bookkeeping. We’d expect the duties of this role to occupy between 10 and 14 hours per week. In this role you will… Be the first line contact for the farm office through phone, mail, and email communication. Sort and flag important received mail. Maintain accounting records for both businesses on the farm Record all billing and collections transactions Track all Payable and Receivable information. Perform general administrative activities including organizing and maintaining filing systems, processing paperwork and prioritizing calls/mail. We are seeking applicants who are comfortable with part time hours and are highly organized. Qualified applicants will have experience performing bookkeeping functions in a small organization and are responsible and reliable. We are eager to talk with applicants who have proficiency in Quickbooks, our accounting software, and Excel.

PR, Marketing & Communications Internship at University of Kentucky

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 11:43
Employer: University of Kentucky Expires: 12/06/2017 PR, Marketing & Communications InternshipGet the experience you've been looking for!Considering a career in integrated strategic communications/PR? If so, you should definitely consider the UK International Center’s internship! We’re looking for interns who have excellent oral and written communications skills, who are passionate about the communications/marketing/PR fields and are eager to work in a multicultural environment. What’s in it for me?Working with the International Center would give you the opportunity to grow exponentially by working in different aspects of ISC within the international higher education field. With this internship you’d be able to learn and apply the basics of ISC/PR; gain real-world experience applicable to your career; expand your portfolio; work in an international and global setting, which will give you the edge that all college graduates are looking to have; and have the opportunity to work in every area of ISC you can think of.Deadline to ApplySpring 2019: December 5, 2018 Summer 2019: April 29, 2019 Fall 2018: Sept. 15, 2017 ResponsibilitiesThe intern will be responsible for assisting with research, planning, execution and evaluation of multiple projects for the UK International Center and its various sub-units. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:Content development (photography, video, illustrations and copy for web, print, social media, etc.)Design/editing of promotional materials (brochures, flyers, etc.)Press release writing (AP Style)Conduct and compile researchAssist in social media community managementAssist in production and distribution of newslettersApply technology and analytics to identify trendsAssist in development of monthly reportsRead and identify media clips from online resourcesAssist with compilation of media coverage reportsAssist in event planningQualificationsQualified candidates will be detail-oriented, creative and demonstrate:Ability to work effectively individually and with others.Ability to multitask and prioritize work while under pressure and short deadlines.Excellent proofreading skills.Desire to learn in a fast-paced multicultural environment.Basic knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop).Experience using various social media platforms, including but not limited to: Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat.Basic knowledge and/or aptitude to learn Facebook Insights and Twitter Analytics, and Hootsuite or similar social media management tool.Working knowledge of iOS (Apple) and MS Office.Basic knowledge of Associated Press Style. Familiarity with ISC/PR through past coursework or other internships is desirable. PRSSA, Ad Club and AMA members are highly encouraged to apply.How to ApplyApplicants should submit an email to Andrea Gils, Marketing and Communications Manager, UK International Center at andrea.gils@uky.edu.Please include in your subject line: UKIC Internship Application – [TERM: Summer/Fall] [YEAR]: [YOURNAME] and attach ALL of the following items:Cover letter expressing interest in the position and why you think you’d be a good fitUp-to-date resumeThree to five work samples (writing, design, social media, etc.)List of social media profiles (personal and/or that you've managed during an internship or past job) - please include linksFor more information please contact Andrea Gils, Marketing and Communications Manager, UK International Center at andrea.gils@uky.edu.

College Intern: IT Support at Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 11:13
Employer: Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation - Information Technology Expires: 12/03/2017 The Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) is a dynamic organization that offers career opportunities across many different disciplines. Please click this link to read more, then come back to this job posting to submit your application!Applicants only need to apply once to be considered for two positions.This is a temporary position involving various duties that permit exposure to the student's field of study &/or provide experience that is a useful addition to the student's education & meaningful preparation for future professional employment. Duties performed by intern include but are not limited to:Provides support for the daily operations of an IT Service Desk in a medium sized enterprise.Utilizes Microsoft Office to prepare spreadsheets and written documents.Uses Microsoft Outlook to create and respond to email.Performs related duties in support of other project efforts.Assists with project documentation, meeting minutes recording, and action/task items.Supports initiative alignment efforts that support the BWC Administrator's vision, mission & goals.An ideal candidate will have exceptional people skills, communication skills and the ability to effectively communicate and work with customers at all levels of the organization. The position reports to the IT Manager.

Success Oriented Sales Representative - Macon at TruGreen

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 09:14
Employer: TruGreen Expires: 12/14/2017 TruGreen® is the nation's largest and most comprehensive provider of lawn services. We focus on developing our people by building proud, dynamic teams while helping associates reach their personal and professional goals. We continuously strive to make TruGreen® an employer of choice and a great place to work! Due to rapid growth, we are looking to add Full Time Sales Representatives to our team! Sales Representative Position Overview As a Sales Representative, you will be responsible for delivering the customer experience by educating prospective customers on proper lawn maintenance practices and selling the proper lawn care treatment packages that meets their needs. Our Sales Representative Enjoy: ·         Guaranteed Base Salary Plus Unlimited Commission ·         Sales Reps can make up to $1000+ a Week ·         Salary and Commissions Paid Weekly ·         Paid Holidays and Vacations ·         Full Range of Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental ·         401K Retirement Plan with company matching ·         Paid Company Training- No Experience Needed ·         Advancement Opportunities- We Promote from Within! ·         Great Work Environment   Sales Representative Qualifications: ·         Must have a High School Diploma or Equivalent ·         Must have a valid driver’s license ·         Customer-service focused ·         Strong communication skills   Please apply Directly to:   https://jobs.trugreen.com/job/pembroke-pines/residential-outside-sales-rep/1171/6175116/apply?source... TruGreen is committed to Diversity and Inclusion. We encourage diverse candidates to apply to this position. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer - Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. To learn more copy and paste this URL into your browser:http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf TruGreen performs pre-employment testing By providing TruGreen with my cell phone number, I agree that TruGreen may call or text/SMS message me on that number using an automated telephone dialing system or prerecorded or artificial voice to discuss possible employment opportunities, my account, including current and possible future services provided by TruGreen, customer service and billing. I understand that providing my cell phone number is not required to inquire about or apply for employment with TruGreen or purchase TruGreen services and that I may revoke this permission at any time.

Research Laboratory & Field Coordinator at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Campus Administration

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 09:09
Employer: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Campus Administration Expires: 12/05/2017 Institute of Sustainability, Energy, and EnvironmentOffice of the Vice Chancellor for ResearchUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignRESEARCH LABORATORY & FIELD COORDINATORThe Institute for Sustainability, Energy and Environment, at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is seeking a Research Laboratory & Field Coordinator who can manage and supervise a specific research theme in the laboratory for Center for Advanced Bioenergy and Bioproducts Innovation (CABBI), a multi-million dollar Bioenergy Research Center funded by DOE.Major Duties & Responsibilities: Develop and implement standard operating procedures and protocols for plant sampling. Train lab members on various plant analysis techniques; supervise hourly employees including task assignment, scheduling, leave/travel approval, and mentoring. Manage lab inventory, including the proper use, storage, and disposal of hazardous chemicals. Maintain a safe working environment by ensuring appropriate training of all staff and upkeep of training records. Ensure field safety protocols are followed by all team members. Coordinate the effort of field technicians to ensure timely and safe project completion, and confirm resources for field research are available (i.e. vehicles, equipment, etc). Oversee sample and data collection, as well as sample processing and analysis ensuring quality control/quality assurance of data. Confirm appropriate maintenance and usage of lab and field equipment, including scheduling of equipment maintenance and calibration. Organize regular lab meetings to discuss ongoing progress within the program, address any issues that arise, and verify all staff members are appropriately engaged in project assignments.Position Requirements and Qualifications: Education - Required: Bachelor's degree in appropriate discipline.Experience - Required: Previous experience of 2+ years post degree in lab research work. Experience with lab analysis of plant tissue, field instrumentation, and image analysis sensors. Supervisory experience.  Preferred: Gas exchange training, datalogger wiring, and proximal sensing platforms. Previous supervisory experience.Training, Licenses or Certifications -  Required: Must possess a valid driver's license. Preferred: First Aid/CPR certified, UAS (drone) pilot's license, formal training on leaf gas exchange measurement systems.Knowledge Requirements - Required: Must have a working knowledge of plant biology, taxonomy, or related area. Data management skills and familiarity with relevant software, including data graphing and analysis. Must be willing and able to work under adverse field conditions (e.g. heat, humidity, biting insects, etc), travel throughout the state, lift and carry equipment weighing up to 25 pounds, and work irregular hours including overnight trips within the state. Attention to detail and good organizational skills in order to keep accurate and up-to-date records. Must have the ability to develop and maintain good interpersonal relationships with co-workers, scientific staff and agency personnel.  Supervisory skills.Proposed start date: As soon as possible.Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.Appointment Status: Full-time academic professional appointment. Qualified individuals will be eligible to receive vacation, sick, and personal leave; retirement through the State Universities Retirement System; and group health, dental, vision and life insurance.For full consideration, applications must be received by December 4, 2017. Search will remain open until qualified candidate is identified. Interviews may be conducted prior to search closing date, but hiring decision will not be made until after the closing date.The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 

Project Support Intern at U.S. Dept. of Interior - Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 08:08
Employer: U.S. Dept. of Interior - Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Expires: 12/07/2017 Projects will vary and deliverables will represent Bureau-wide impact in the following administrative program areas enabling OSMRE to meet its statutory obligations: occupational health and safety and emergency management; sustainability; and continuity of operations. Interns will provide direct assistance to OSMRE program officials in accomplishing the following major projects: evaluating Job Hazard Analyses (JHA) and Chemical Hygiene Plans (CHP) submitted from across the Bureau; research and data collection to facilitate Bureau accomplishment of federal sustainability goals as required by Executive Order, statute, and policy; and assisting with development of policies and procedures to aid the Bureau in performing its mission in a contingency environment. The Semester Internship Program provides a career exploration opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students and recent graduates. Interns work in OSMRE Headquarters, regional, and field offices and gain professional experience with a federal regulatory agency.Interns conduct research assignments and participate in group projects to build their resumes in their fields of interest. Assignments include environmental science, community development, communications, data analysis, and more.Must be enrolled in an accredited educational institution, vocational school, or be a recent graduateSummer Semester (10 weeks), Spring Semester (15 weeks), Fall Semester (15 weeks)

Communications Intern at U.S. Dept. of Interior - Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 08:05
Employer: U.S. Dept. of Interior - Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Expires: 12/07/2017 The Semester Intern will be involved in developing their portfolio through drafting press releases, working on briefing documents, developing web content, conducting research around current policies, and more. The Semester Intern will work with the Chief of Communications, as well as the legislative affairs and other staff, to support the needs of the office in a myriad of ways. The Semester Internship Program provides a career exploration opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students and recent graduates. Interns work in OSMRE Headquarters, regional, and field offices and gain professional experience with a federal regulatory agency.Interns conduct research assignments and participate in group projects to build their resumes in their fields of interest. Assignments include environmental science, community development, communications, data analysis, and more.Must be enrolled in an accredited educational institution, vocational school, or be a recent graduateSummer Semester (10 weeks), Spring Semester (15 weeks), Fall Semester (15 weeks)

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