Education Coordinator and Education Assistant at VSCPA

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VSCPA Employment Openings

Education Coordinator

The Virginia Society of CPAs (VSCPA), a professional state association in Richmond, Va., seeks a technology-savvy and solutions-oriented education coordinator to help grow the organization’s online education preference.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Coordinates the delivery of all online education programs, including hosting webinars, producing webcasts and delivering self-study products
  • Coordinates the tracking of online education programs and clients
  • Serves as point of contact for online education subject matter experts
  • Provides administrative support for the education team

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, education or computer/technology
  • Minimum of three years professional experience
  • Mastery of Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Connect, Adobe Captivate, Adobe Premiere or other online education software
  • Must be results-oriented with proven history of success and demonstrated strong project management skills
  • Experience with association/nonprofit membership programs preferred
  • Must thrive in a competitive, team environment
  • Some travel required

Excellent, flexible and fun work environment. Competitive salary and benefits. Click here (PDF) to download the employment application. Send employment application, cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: Human Resources, Virginia Society of CPAs, 4309 Cox Road, Glen Allen, VA  23060 or email hr@vscpa.com by August 15, 2014.


Education Assistant

The Virginia Society of CPAs (VSCPA), a professional state association in Richmond, Va., seeks a detail-oriented administrative professional to assist in the operations of the professional education department for a long-term temporary assignment.

This position will open Sept. 1, 2014, and will be available until May 30, 2015, depending on workload.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Provides customer service support by answering the education hotline and managing the flow of incoming email and voicemail
  • Assists customers with continuing education questions; processes registrations and other requests
  • Assists the education team in preparing and administering events

Requirements

  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office and database experience
  • Must thrive in a collaborative, fast-paced team environment

Excellent, flexible and fun work environment. Competitive hourly rate. Click here (PDF) to download the employment application. Send employment application, cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: Human Resources, Virginia Society of CPAs, 4309 Cox Road, Glen Allen, VA, 23060, or email hr@vscpa.com by Aug. 15, 2014.

Sales and Marketing full-time position and Internship located in the Carytown Area

Sales/Marketing (Carytown Area)
Multi disciplinary alternative healthcare center immediately seeking experienced professional to assume key role in sales and marketing. Skill set must include strategic planning and implementation, computer savvy, excellent writer, confident public speaker, creative minded, and impeccable work ethic. Fast paced working environment requires highly efficient, focused candidate. Evening and weekend availability required.  Compensation based on experience.
Marketing Intern (Carytown Area)
Multi disciplinary alternative healthcare center seeks intern to assist Sales/Marketing Department.  Requires strong organizational and administrative skills, experience with creative writing and design of promotional literature, social media maintenance, community outreach/call to action events.  Fast paced working environment requires highly efficient, focused candidate. Evening and weekend availability required.  Compensation based on experience.
To apply:  Send you resumes to awc.resumes2@gmail.com and cc dward@vcu.edu

Audit Accounting Internship for fall 2014

Students,

I have an on-campus office looking for an Audit Intern for the fall.  This will be a paid, 20 a week position.

Accounting majors who have had at least one auditing class and have a basic understanding of control and control environments should apply.

Resumes should be send to dward@vcu.edu.  Put “Audit Internship” in the subject line.

 

2 Career Counselor positions at UVA

2 Career Counselors

University Career Services (UCS)

University of Virginia

 Jobs@UVa Posting #0614750

Posting date:  7/30/14

 POSTING IS FOR BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CANDIDATES AND IS LISTED AS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, HOWEVER, REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS WILL BEGIN ON AUGUST 14, 2014

WE ENCOURAGE CANDIDATES TO APPLY BY THIS DATE TO BE IN THE FIRST ROUND OF REVIEWS

 As career counselors in UCS, these individuals will spend significant time providing direct services to University undergraduate students on a wide variety of career-related topics and key industries. Direct service delivery includes individual career counseling with students, small group advising, and large group presentations and workshops. The Career Counselors will be active members of the general advising team but will also contribute to the career communities initiative by engaging in specific industry research and programming. The Career Counselors will be supervised by the Director for Counseling and Advising and work on the UCS Counseling and Advising Team. These individuals will perform other office and University duties as assigned. Some evening and weekend work is required.
Required Qualifications: Master’s degree (or will attain by August 2014); Prior experience providing career counseling or advising services in a college/university setting or at least 3 years of career counseling or advising services experience in an industry setting; Strong customer service orientation; ability to assume responsibility and take initiative; Proven ability to design and present programs/workshops; Well-developed organizational skills; ability to manage multiple projects; Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills; strong oral and written communication skills.
Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree in counseling, higher education administration or related field (or will attain by August 2014); Entrepreneurial, creative, and innovative spirit; able to adapt to change in a fast pace environment; Multicultural awareness and competence, and ability to work in a diverse environment and serve constituents from a wide variety of backgrounds; Ability to work effectively with alumni, faculty and employers; Knowledge in the use of career assessment tools including Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Strong Interest Inventory; Knowledge of trends in career development, economy, effective interventions, technology, and higher education networks.
Anticipated Hiring Range: $40,000 – $44,000 depending on qualifications
Interested applicants are encouraged to research the department (http://www.career.virginia.edu) and to view the full position description and Jobs@UVa listing (http://www.career.virginia.edu/about/#jobs).   In addition to creating a staff application at https://jobs.virginia.edu, applicants must also upload a resume, cover letter, and contact information for three references.
Although the position is listed as Open Until Filled, review of applications will begin on August 14, 2014. Therefore, we encourage you to apply prior to this date in order to be in the first round of reviews.

The University of Virginia is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

Women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Supply Chain Internship at NewMarket Services Corp.

Below is a job description, as well as a list of specific tasks, for the internship/co-op opportunity currently available at our company.  As you may know, NewMarket Corporation is the parent company of, among others, Afton Chemical Corporation and Ethyl Corporation  http://www.newmarket.com/NewMarket%20Companies/Pages/Companies.aspx.   The position would fall within the Afton side of the house.

This employer is looking at either two students at 15-20 hours per week or 1 person ~full time.  They will consider both undergraduate and graduate business majors or alumni.

Job Description: Work within Afton Logistics specializing in the freight and logistics area.  Tasks will range from streamlining SAP input processes and improving freight metrics to assisting with telemetry implementation at vendor managed inventory customer locations.

Specific Tasks (include but not limited to):

  • Assist logistics manager with telemetry implementation at Key Locations.
  • Improve and streamline existing freight metrics reporting
  • Document and assist in SAP Route determinations. Develop procedure for the process.
  • Full analysis of export routes and get SAP updated with new East Coast vs West Coast Routing
  • Analysis of existing routes and associate transit times versus actual transit time to improve ship date calculations.
  • Assist with freight claims reporting.
  • Assist Customer Relationship Specialists on customer transition of products.

To apply:  Send your resumes to latoya.asia@newmarket.com

Beautiful New Beginnings for fall 2014

Hi Bloggers,

I have been thinking about how I wanted to share our new fall Calendar of Events with you.  I decided to call this post  “Beautiful new Beginnings” because that is what I think fall semester will be for all of us.

This semester, we begin our school year with a number of new things:

1. A ton of new job postings on hirebusrams

2. A new look for the business blog

3. A new career services website that will be launched in late August

4. New employers reaching out to the career center staff who want to network and hire you

5. A new “Success Stories” newsletter featuring 16 business majors and alumni who have found awesome internships and full-time position.  They will give you advice on how you can become the next success story.

6. Well, this one is a bit different, but I just have to share my good news!  There is another new family member in the Thompson household.  Please allow me to introduce the cutest little girl in the whole wide world, born just 5 short weeks ago!  Her name is Sheeba, our shepherd pup who is the apple of our eye!    My loyal bloggers know that I am absolutely CRAZY about dogs and cats so I am sure our newest Thompson should not be a surprise!

Sheeba as a pup

Back to Career Services:

We do have a number of new programs that we are working on for you for this fall that are not on the calendar just yet, so I need to make sure that you stay connected to the blog for updates. We welcome any ideas and suggestions you might have for programming as well.

Alumni, please know that you are welcome to participate in ANY of our services.  If you still need some help or would like to attend the career fair, come on out!  That is your guarantee for life.

Please make sure you have an account on hirebusrams so you can gain access to all of the new job postings.  There is not a shortage of opportunities, so get yourself prepared and get out there.

If you have questions, please let me know.  Email me at dward@vcu.edu for the fastest results.  Hope to see all of you in the fall!

Darlene

Calendar of Events Fall  7-24-14

 

Success for James! A Business Administration major who has had the most amazing summer internship!

Bloggers,

If you had to guess the number one question career counselors are asked, what do you think it would be?  I will give you a minute to think about it.

Our number one question is,  “What can I do with my major?” or “What should I do with my major?”

Second question:   What is the business major of the students who ask that question the most?

If you guessed business administration and management, you would be right.  Students will say, “Oh, it is so BROAD, so I don’t know what I can or should do……”  It is a major (no pun intended) source of confusion for them.  Especially when they hear my answer.  My answer is, “You can do whatever you want to do with this major and with all of the amazing skills that you learn in the School of Business.”   You have to invest the time to explore your options.  Learn how to communicate your interests, skills and values to employers and then challenge yourself to try new business-related tasks.  Network, read tons of job descriptions and talk to professionals in the field.  Stop limiting yourself!

This is one of my favorite summer internship success stories because my student James NSH took that advice and ran with it!   First, I should say that James, a very quiet guy, is a career counselor’s dream because even if he did not know exactly what he was going to do with his major, he still studied hard, earning a very high GPA and he had several different types of work experiences on his resume.  His last position, at one of the major retailers, focused on sales.  The experience taught him a number of amazing skills and he achieved success with numerous promotions, but he was not sure if that was the career path that he wanted.  The retail giant wanted him to come back this summer, but James decided to challenge himself.

When we talked earlier in the summer, he told me that he wanted to learn new skills and be in a different environment so he can explore.  So, typical me, I gave him some homework assignments:  Study job descriptions on my blog, indeed.com and hirebusrams so you can understand what employers are seeking, research companies, strengthen your resume and cover letter, practice your interviewing skills and get yourself out there.

I asked James to stay organized and send me a list of companies that he was researching.   In our meetings, we talked in great detail about this assignment and his results.   Soon, the interviews started coming in.

Please understand that success does not happen overnight, but that you need to be willing to put in the hard work to make employers notice you and if you don’t get the job, learn from that experience and MOVE ON!  Please don’t expect me to “find you the perfect job” without your commitment.

I want to share with you that James got one of the best summer offers on record!  On May 12, he was offered the position as the Global Supply Chain Department Intern at Amsted Rail/Brenco .

Let me share some feedback with you from his last two emails:  “The projects are awesome. I had a chance to contact suppliers, and handled some actual issues the company has and looked into them.  The managers are very good at providing guidance and there are a lot of helpful employees there.   I just gave my end of the summer, big presentation to the Chief Operations Officer, as well as Director of HR, Director of Supply Chain and my supervisor, the Supply Chain Manager.  It went pretty well! Overall it took 50 minutes with all the questions.  Also, I got to share my thoughts and opinions about things to improve which they seemed to enjoy”.

WOW! Is this the same shy James that I know? !   Can you imagine what this experience is going to do to his already impressive resume?

Bloggers, here is a news flash for you.  Supply Chain/Logistics is another area of management that is incredible!   I don’t if most of you even know what it is.  You need to explore your possibilities without being so short-sighted.  There is a whole world of opportunity right here for you to grab!  I just posted a list of 240 job titles from hirebusrams on my blog.  Have you gone through that list?

Please think about this post and when you see James back on campus this fall, give him a huge pat on the back for a job well done!

James, I have told you several times already, but I will say it again on my blog.  Your summer success, your positive attitude, and your willingness to keep trying and exploring has made me extremely proud!  Way to go!!!

James NSH's photo

 

 

 

Full-time Information Systems positions at the Virginia Department of Social Services

Job Title Role Title Position Number Job Close Date Pay Band Job Type Location Agency
Business Analyst

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Info Technology Specialist II – 39112 W1479 08-01-2014 05 Full-Time (Salaried) Richmond (City) – 760 Dept of Social Services (765)
Application Architect

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Info Technology Specialist III – 39113 W1475 Open Until Filled 06 Full-Time (Salaried) Richmond (City) – 760 Dept of Social Services (765)
Web Application Developer Analyst

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Info Technology Specialist III – 39113 W1474 Open Until Filled 06 Full-Time (Salaried) Richmond (City) – 760 Dept of Social Services (765)
Lead Web Application Developer Analyst

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Info Technology Specialist III – 39113 W2094 Open Until Filled 06 Full-Time (Salaried) Richmond (City) – 760 Dept of Social Services (765)

 

 

 

Campus Student Employment Coordinator/Office Manager at Sweet Briar College

Campus Student Employment Coordinator/Office Manager

 

Sweet Briar College (www.sbc.edu) has an opening for its Campus Student Employment Coordinator/Office Manager.  This position oversees all aspects of Campus Student Employment (federal Work Study, SBC Work Study, and general Campus Employment); assists with the Career Services Center’s programs, events, career counseling appointments, and serves as one of the liaisons with alumnae needing career development assistance.  This position is a full-time eleven-month position (typically July through May each year).

 

Major job duties include:

  • the completion of applications and federal and state documentation

  • assisting department supervisors and Career Services staff with the development of on-campus internships for the professional advancement of students

  • working with departments and supervisors to develop job descriptions and pay rates

  • working closely with Payroll to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of student employment data

  • working closely with Financial Aid Office and students receiving financial assistance to ensure students have access to campus employment

  • maintaining the Career Services Center’s library

  • assisting with the planning, delivery and management of Career Services’ events and programs

  • maintaining the office budget, financial transactions and resource allocations

  • co-supervising and scheduling of student office assistants

  • scheduling student appointments with the Career Services staff members

  • participating actively as a member of the Co-Curricular Life staff, including occasional involvement in the CCL staff on-call process (typically one week per semester)

 

Highly qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years’ experience in office administration, student affairs or higher education.  Requirements include strong organizational, interpersonal/customer service, and computer skills; sensitivity to the need for confidentiality; and proficiency with Microsoft Office 8.0 suite of products.  Previous experience with budget management software and HR management/payroll systems preferred; the College uses Banner as its database.

 

Resumes will be reviewed immediately, with an anticipated start date of late August.  Send cover letter and resume along with the names of three (3) professional references via email to careerserv@sbc.edu. 

 

Sweet Briar College is located on 3,250 scenic acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near Lynchburg, VA.  We offer a pleasant working environment and a competitive salary and benefits package. 

As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Sweet Briar College seeks a highly diverse pool of qualified candidates andespecially encourages applications from qualified individuals who would increase the diversity of the college.

Fall Bookkeeping Internship at Smith Accounting and Tax

Students,

Here is another company looking for an intern for 5 hours a week.  The student will start approx. Sept 1, 2014.

Responsibilities include:  Internet to research payees, general checkbook balancing, excel.  The employer will teach you  Quickbooks.

Hourly rate:  $9.00

If you are interested, please send your resumes to dward@vcu.edu.  The company is located in Mechanicsville, VA.echanicsville,