Congratulations to Wilson Tolbert’s Success at Dominion!

Many of you probably know Wilson.  He is such an all-around, great guy who emailed me to share his latest success.  Beginning this spring 2017, Wilson will be the Supply Chain Management Generation Intern – Material Fulfillment at Dominion Natural Resources!  This is a continuous internship that will last through 2018. He will work part-time in the fall and spring and full-time this summer.

This is not Wilson’s first internship.  He had a marketing, operations, and sports related internship while he has been in school.

Currently, Wilson is working on a Bachelor of Science in Marketing with a concentration in Product and Brand Management, a Bachelor of Science in Economics AND a Certificate in Product Innovation.  He will graduate in May 2018. In addition, Wilson is also active on campus.  He is the Assistant Band Director for the VCU Athletic Band and the Professional Director for Alpha Kappa Psi (just to name a few).

I am very excited to share this news.  He is a wonderful example of a student who has found a way to balance working, going to school, staying active in students orgs, all while maintaining an impressive GPA!  Way to go Wilson!

When you see him in the halls, give him a pat on the back for a job well done!







Spring Accounting Internship with Assura Consulting, Inc!


This is a new lead for VCU Business!  Please read all of the information below.  If you are interested in applying for the internship, please send your resume and completed Assura employment application to Tracy Davenport at (and cc no later than January 27, 2017. Interviews will be performed the week of February 6, 2017.

assura-employment-application  (Link to the application)

Fax: 804-672-6442

Assura is a cybersecurity firm that is safeguarding the future one client at a time. We are passionate about achieving our mission and are currently looking for a high-performing accounting intern or recent accounting graduate to help us move forward by taking some of the burden off of our internal folks.  This position will provide the right candidate an opportunity to learn hands-on accounting in a growing firm that has a fantastic teaching culture and treats our clients and each other with kindness, compassion, and respect.

Specifically, this individual would be responsible for:

  • Helping with month-end financial reports;
  • Learning how to generate reports used to track the profitability of the firm and success against revenue goals;
  • Helping with bank statements reconciliation, as well as accounts payable and receivable;
  • Performing balance sheet reconciliation;
  • Assisting with the preparation of ad hoc and other internal reports;
  • Assisting in the documentation of updated accounting policies and processes of the organization;
  • Inputting journal entries into QuickBooks Premier Professional 2016;
  • Scanning and filing journal entries;
  • Assisting those running our finance and accounting function with month-end financial reports as well as revenue and cash projections; and
  • Performing data entry and assist in other duties as needed.

The internship will run from February 2017 to June 2017 and is perfect for those wanting broad exposure to accounting practices while working 15-20 hours a week. Upon completion, the successful intern may be offered a permanent position within our firm.

The schedule is flexible, but does require the individual to work onsite at our Ashland, VA office.


  • Great attitude, willingness to learn, strong sense of responsibility, and very high ethical standards (we are a cyber security firm after all);
  • Strong character, commitment to teamwork, and sense of professionalism while being easy to work with;
  • Successful completion of at least two semesters of accounting with an “A” in the most recent class (and yes we will ask you to show us proof).
  • Written recommendation from a professor in your Accounting Department (who actually knows you and can speak to your character and performance in their class);
  • Successful completion of a criminal and credit check.

Compensation for the position is between $15 to $20 p/hour depending on experience. If you knock our socks off with your fantastic qualifications, character, and/or value you would bring to the firm; then we can be convinced to pay you more.

Things that will automatically disqualify individuals from the position:

  • Any felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions for drugs or fraud related activities;
  • Late or unprofessional interactions with our staff;
  • Unprofessional dress or demeanor;
  • Not being a nice person.

What you can expect from Assura:

  • To treat you with respect and kindness in all of our interactions;
  • Exceed your expectations of employment and learning opportunities;
  • Learn from highly seasoned professionals at the height of their careers in the world of cybersecurity so that you can utilize that knowledge as you move forward in your accounting career; and
  • Fully support your learning experience with our firm and respect your studies at your university.

Note: The employment application contains sensitive information about you. Please take the appropriate precautions in sending us your data by using an encrypted email service or by faxing your documentation to 804-672-6442.

2017 Summer Intern for Staff Accountant at WellsColeman

2017 Summer Intern for Staff Accountant

Richmod, Virginia, United States


WellsColeman, an established Richmond based CPA firm, is currently seeking summer interns. We are a well-respected and growing firm with a history of providing exceptional client services to individuals, closely-held businesses and not-for-profit organizations. We recognize that our future depends on attracting and retaining the best and most talented people. As five time recipients of Virginia Business’ Best Places to Work award, we feel our firm culture speaks for itself.

As a summer intern with WellsColeman you’ll have the opportunity to work with a variety of clients including individuals and small to medium sized businesses from a variety of industries. We offer a superior work environment, including limited travel and reasonable hours, and unlimited growth opportunities.

If you’re a detail oriented, highly organized, team player seeking a career in public accounting and a desire to join a growing team of outstanding professionals we’d love the opportunity to talk with you.


  1. Ability to proactively and effectively communicate with clients, staff, managers and partners
  2. Perform audits with reviewer supervision
  3. Prepare tax returns for individuals with reviewer supervision
  4. Identify, research and resolve technical issues in audit and tax engagements
  5. Meet time constraints and deadlines
  6. Contribute to positive work environment while maintaining positive attitude and desire to succeed
  7. Working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Business

To apply:  Email your resume to

Counseling Team for Spring 2017/New Walk-in Hours

Welcome back everyone!!

I certainly hope you enjoyed the holiday break!  Now that classes are back in session, I am sure that you all are anxious to get in here and start working with us on landing that ideal internship or full-time position.

The first thing I should do is to introduce you to the Business Career Services Counseling Team!!  There are three of us this semester working with you to help with all of your career-related needs.

Our new counselor is Madeline Goldman!


Madeline Goldman has worked in higher education for the past five years and in Career Services for the past 2.5 years. She has a Master’s in Higher Education Administration and is currently a PhD student in Adult Learning with a dissertation focus on career development classes.
Her availability for appointments is on Hirebusrams and she is available for some late night walk-in hours as well.  Her work email:
Our returning counselor is Katherine Schuster!
Katherine Schuster earned her Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts and Design from James Madison University in 2006. After living in the Washington, D.C. area for six years, she felt drained and unfulfilled, so she decided to return to her hometown and follow her true passion of working with college students. She will graduate from VCU in May 2017 with her Master of Education in Counselor Education with a focus in College Student Development and Counseling. When she’s not at school or work, you can usually find her engrossed in a book with her cat, Carter, and her dog, Dahlia, curled up beside her. She is looking forward to working in the School of Business and helping students achieve their professional goals.

Her work email:

Darlene Ward Thompson, Associate Director of Business Career Services

me and sky 2

This is my 24th year in Higher Education.  I have a Master of Education in Adult Education from VCU and a Master of Business Administration from Hampton University.  My undergraduate degree is in Marketing, also from Hampton University.

When I am not at work, I am hanging out with my hubby, son, my 5 dogs and 15 cats.  My email address is

New Walk-In Hours:




Finance Accounting Intern, Finance Operations Intern and Marketing Intern from Virginia529

Several internships that are of interest for this summer from Virginia529.  Apply through Hirebusrams

23483:  Finance Accounting Intern

23485:  Finance Operations Intern

23488:  Marketing Intern



Finance Accounting Intern
When Available
The Finance Accounting Intern position will assist the Chief Financial Officer, Controller, Investments and Financial Reporting Manager, and Accounting Manager. Accounting and Financial Reporting teams with duties related to Virginia529 programs, changes to our Banner accounting system, continued implementation of a new Commonwealth accounting system (Cardinal), financial reporting assignments, and other projects as needed. Duties include: • Completing the review of 529 direct-sold savings programs nationwide and developing a report of the investment options and fees of the different programs and how they compare to VA529’s inVEST Program. • Researching daily and monthly accounting reports that reflect summary and detail transactions processed in the Banner Finance system in order to assist Controller and Accounting staff with annual audit. This includes reviewing accounts receivable feeds, accounts payable activity, suspense accounts, manual journal entries, direct cash receipts, and transaction uploads to ensure proper accounting posting. • Reviewing daily work batches and summarizing by document numbers items included on AR feeds. Researching reconcilement issues. • Assisting with data analysis of transactions processed. • Preparing journal entries and assisting with daily operations in Accounting as needed. • Assisting the CFO Controller and Investments and Financial Reporting Manager as needed with presentations and analysis involving the Virginia529 prePAID Program. • Assist Investments and Financial Reporting Manager with tasks as necessary relating to completion of the FY2017 annual report. • Assist Investments and Financial Reporting Manager with completion of year-end accrual entries. • Draft Supplementary Information & Other Information section for FY2017 annual report. • Assist Investments and Financial Reporting Manager with compilation of CSS Income Statement. • Assist with the compilation presentations as necessary, including the development of new exhibits as well as updating existing exhibits. • Assist Director of Financial Operations and/or Chief Financial Officer with special projects associated with 529 college savings programs or 529(A) ABLE programs. • Assist with research of various states’ tuition models.
Advanced analytical, research and problem solving and presentation skills are a must for this position. A candidate in a Master’s Degree program in Accounting or Finance is desired.
Interested candidates should submit a writing sample along with a resume and cover letter for consideration for this position to
Finance Operations Intern
When Available
The Finance Intern position(s) will assist all the area’s within Finance Operations with duties related to the Virginia529 prePAID and inVEST Programs and other projects as needed. Duties will include the following: • Assisting the Managers-Finance Operations with entering specific student data into Banner Database. • Reviewing daily work batches as entered into Banner Database by various staff members. • Assisting with data entry of transactions batched and processed. • Assisting Managers-Finance Operations with daily processing responsibilities such as Account Owner Changes, Beneficiary Changes, Authorized Individual Updates, Right of Survivors Request and Account Distributions. • Assisting with overall account maintenance within the Banner Database. • Assist Director of Financial Operations and/or Chief Financial Officer with special projects associated with 529 college savings programs or 529(A) ABLE programs.
Advanced analytical, research and problem solving skills are a must for this position. A candidate in a Bachelors Degree program in Accounting or Finance is desired.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter for consideration for this position to
Marketing Intern
Mid May
• Inventory fulfillment (i.e. organizing and packing for events) • Research on other 529 plans/ABLE plans (to include social media, website, advertisements, etc.) • Organization of digital assets (working with graphic designer/web team on a more stream lined way to access creative elements) for internal use • Event coverage as needed • Potential to craft articles/posts for social media • Daily news feed coordination • Collecting data for SOAR study (to include calling contacts and internet research)
Marketing or related major
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to


147 New Positions in Hirebusrams

Students & Alumni,

To get access to Hirebusrams, use our career page ( and click on the appropriate link.  Make sure your profile is up to date and your resume looks amazing before you apply for these positions!

If you have questions, please reach out to me at THANKS!

Employer Organization Name Job Title  Job ID
GEICO Business Leadership Internship 23177
GMMB Spring Communications Intern 23181
Riggs, Counselman, Michaels & Downes, Inc. Intern – Commercial Lines 23193
Crate and Barrel Furniture Sales Associate 23195
VHQC Intern, Information Technology 23196
Northwestern Mutual – The Virginia Group Financial Representative Intern 23201
Fusion Business Systems Analyst 23206
Ecosystems Business Value Consultant 23209
Ecosystems Business Development Associate 23210
Ecosystems Software Developer 23211
Engage, The Foundation Marketing Coordinator 23212
Engage, The Foundation Marketing Specialist 23221
Teachstone Marketing Coordinator 23225
AvePoint, Inc. German-speaking Account Specialist 23226
The Valentine (formerly Richmond History Center) Summer Museum Internships at the Valentine 23227
Dominion Intern – Finance/Accounting/Business (Finance & Business Services) (Richmond, VA) Summer 2017 23229
Q Barbeque Assistant Kitchen Manager 23230
ERLUKE Consulting Budget Analyst II 23234
The C. F. Sauer Co. Buyer 23250
Hanover County Government Intern – Hanover County Public Works Department 23251
Lanyon Solutions, Inc. Entry-level Sales Representative 23252
Total Quality Logistics, Inc. (TQL) Account Executive 23258
Bank Street Advisors Property Manager 23261
Truck Enterprises Richmond Part time receptionist/admin assistant 23265
VCU Office of Grants and Contracts Clerical Assistant 23266
Hermitage Country Club Accounting Assistant 23269
Liberty Tax Service Tax Preparer 23271
Warner Music Group College Marketing Representative – Richmond, VA 23273
Public Storage District Manager 23283
Global Technology Solutions Web Development Intern 23285
Village Bank Mortgage Loan Officer Trainee 23287
Cardone Record Services, Inc. Medical Record Clerk / Part Time & Full Time 23291
Techport Thirteen, Inc. Jr. Software Developer 23293
Liberty Mutual Insurance 2017 Technology Internship Program 23294
Liberty Mutual Insurance 2017 Technology Entry Level Program 23295
Reynolds and Reynolds Entry Level Customer Training Professional (Traveling Representative) 23296
West Financial Services/Sandy Spring Bank Financial Planner 23300
Xenith Bank Information Security Officer 23301
Metro Systems Inc. Entry Level Recruiter / Account Manager 23302
Techport Thirteen, Inc. Jr. Account Manager / Inside Sales Rep 23304
Frazier Insurance Agency, Inc. administrative assistant 23305
Blue Ridge ESOP Associates Associate Administrator 23310
Anton Paar USA Technical Trainee 23311
Meridien Media, LLC Sales Operations Intern 23312
Century Distribution Systems, Inc. Business Analyst 23321
Cornerstone Management Trainee 23323
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM – CLASS OF 2017 23325
BCWH Architects Part-Time Adminstrator / Front Desk 23326
Cambridge Associates, LLC Junior Investment Operations Associate 23329
Uber Uber Expert – Richmond 23347
European Apothecary Teas Web manager/designer 23348
European Apothecary Teas Social Media and Online Marketing Internshop 23349
Appraisal Group, Inc. Commercial Real Estate Appraiser 23352
Boosterthon Enterprises Program Assistant 23359
Acorn Sales Company, Inc Shipping & Production Specialist 23361
Crutchfield Corporation Web Graphic Designer – eCommerce 23365
Crutchfield Corporation Front-end Web Developer/Designer – eCommerce 23366
Crutchfield Corporation UX Designer – eCommerce 23367
The Advisory Board Company (ABC) Associate, Sales and Marketing, Royall and Company 23369
Calibre CPA Group Compliance Auditor 23371
VIP Rentals Marketing Assistant 23380
Total Quality Logistics, Inc. (TQL) Sales Representative 23381
BookHolders Data Entry Clerk 23382
First Investors Corp. Financial Service Representative 23387
PGA TOUR Sales and Marketing Intern 23390
PGA TOUR Operations Intern 23391
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Information Security Associate Analyst 23392
Red Team Consulting Business Management Intern 23393
Eurpac Service, Inc. Business Manager 23394
Red Team Consulting Sales & Marketing Associate 23395
Parallon Manager in Training 23396
ASSET Program Social Skills Support 23397
Richmonders Involved in Strengthening Our Communities (RISC) Development Intern 23398
VCU Student Conduct & Academic Integrity Administrative Aide 23404
SVN Cornerstone Commercial Commercial Real Estate Advisor 23405
Daniel & Company, Inc. Assistant Project Manager 23407
Precision Systems Associate Recruiter 23408
Mike Rybinski Agency – State Farm Insurance Entrepreneurship/Insurance Intern 23409
Haile Lytton State Farm Insurance Marketing Representative Internship 23410
Richmond International Raceway Corporate Partnership Intern 23411
Richmond International Raceway Event Sales and Service Intern 23412
DeBoer Foundation, Inc Administrative Assistant 23418
Q Barbeque cashier 23419
Children’s Museum of Richmond Inventory and Exhibit Cataloger 23422
Vector Talent Resources Social Media Intern 23424
Vector Talent Resources Business Development Representative 23425
Vector Talent Resources Patient Experience Coordinator 23426
Vector Talent Resources Java Developer 23427
Vector Talent Resources Software Quality Assurance Engineer 23428
Vector Talent Resources Digital Project Coordinator 23429
Vector Talent Resources Web Designer 23430
GEICO Auto Damage Management Development Program: Washington, DC 23431
GEICO Management Development Program 23433
Lansing BP Internship – Business/HR/IT 23434
Freddie Mac Information Systems Audit Intern 23438
CarMax IT Security Analyst; Richmond, VA 23439
Fuse Marketing Mountain Dew Student Brand Ambassador 23440
CarMax Information Technology Intern; Richmond, VA 23442
CarMax Business Analyst Intern; Atlanta, GA 23443
Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP Summer Leadership Conference 23446
The Roseline Financial Group Tax Season Internship 23448
CarMax Business Analyst – Rotation Program; Richmond, VA 23449
The AroundCampus Group (formerly University Directories) 2017 Summer Sales and Marketing Internsihp 23450
SK Pacific Business & Finance Internship 23451
SK Pacific PR & Marketing Internship 23452
VCU Department of Physical Therapy Administrative Assistant 23456
FedBid, Inc. Marketplace Internship (Post-Grad/PAID) 23467
Science Museum of Virginia Accounting Generalist 23473
VCU School of Engineering/Dean’s Office Office Assistant 23481
Virginia529 Finance Accounting Intern 23483
Elephant Insurance Services, LLC Accounting Manager 23484
Virginia529 Finance Operations Intern 23485
FDM Group Junior Software Developer 23490
FDM Group Business Talent – Professional Development Program 23494
Performance Food Group Marketing INtern 23496
Smithfield Foods Management Trainee – DSD 23498
Pier 1 Imports Assistant Store Manager 23500
Century Distribution Systems, Inc. Marketing Coordinator 23508
Apex Systems Recruiter/Inside Sales Trainee 23509
Apex Systems Outside Sales Account Manager 23510
agencyQ, Inc. Marketing Coordinator 23511
CarMax Procurement Summer Intern 23512
It Takes 2 Inside Customer Service/Appt. Setter 23514
Hanover County Government IT Systems Engineer 23516
Capital One Technology Boot Camp Associate 23517
TTI Event Marketing Specialist 23520
Reynolds and Reynolds Entry Level Outside Sales Trainee 23528
Reynolds and Reynolds Customer Consultant (Face to Face) 23529
Reynolds and Reynolds Bilingual (Spanish/English) Entry Level Outside Sales Trainee 23530
Soccer Management Company Marketing/Administrative Intern 23531
Meadows Urquhart Acree & Cook, LLP Accounting Intern 23537
Virginia Community Capital Administrative Assistant 23540
iDoxSolutions Inc. Junior Developer 23545
The AV Company Assistant Project Administrator 23550
Global Technology Solutions Business Development & Proposal Associate 23555
VCU Office of Alumni Relations Program Coordinator, Outreach and Engagement 23556
Partnership for the Future Intern Coordinator (summer, part-time) 23559
Yukon Learning Learning Specialist 23560
VHQC Project Coordinator 23561
Automatic Leasing Service Adminstrative Assistant 23562
The Borgen Project HR Internship 23567
The Borgen Project PR/Marketing Internship 23569

FT Financial Analyst at WestRock (West Point, VA location)

Financial Analyst

West Point, VA

Career Opportunity:

The West Point Mill is seeking a Financial Analyst who will be an integral part of the Financial Team working with other departments, Division and Corporate staff to provide data and analysis of Mill operations.

How you will impact WestRock:

  • Provide analytical support to one or more of the functional areas of the West Point mill.  Partner with the area team to identify, track and improve key drivers affecting performance and results.
  • Analyze plant results and provide insight on variances to budgets and forecasts to area managers and the mill leadership team.
  • Assist in the development of processes and procedures to improve the quality of financial analysis and drive stronger ownership and accountability of results.
  • Active involvement in the forecasting and budgeting process.
  • Support the monthly closing process by gathering and analyzing data required for journal entries and statistical postings. Review usage trends, income statement and balance sheet to ensure accuracy before the final close.
  • Analyze accounts in the General Ledger System to ensure proper accruals of open purchase orders at period close.
  • Develop reports required by local management, governmental agencies, Division and Corporate locations to provide insight into mill operations.
  • Develop and maintain documentation of internal controls applicable to the assigned functional areas.  Perform testing periodically and document results.  Ensure compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley and audit requirements.
  • Participate in required physical inventories for internal and external audits. Provide requested documentation to both external and internal auditors.What you need to succeed:
  • Four year accounting/finance/business degree required.  MBA, CPA or CMA a plus.
  • Two years accounting experience required. Co-op experience is acceptable.
  • Must be self-starting/self-motivated and able to work independently.
  • Must have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and have a sense of urgency to complete tasks accurately and on time.
  • Good communication skills including the ability to interact with other levels of management and staff.
  • Must be proficient in Excel and other Microsoft Office products.
  • Experience in JD Edwards, Hyperion, Kronos and PeopleSoft, a plus.

To apply:  You are welcome to apply directly through the company’s website or send your resumes to


Summer 2017 Internship Opportunity at the Bank of Southside Virginia!

Are you a finance, economics, business, accounting, or marketing major? The Bank of Southside Virginia (BSV) and the Virginia Bankers Association (VBA) are partnering to offer a unique summer internship opportunity.

What’s in it for you?

Exposure to Virginia’s Banking Industry:

Students will participate in a departmental rotation, gaining experience in multiple departments such as:

  • Retail & Commercial Banking
  • Consumer Banking
  • Compliance & Risk ManagementA one day training and introduction to the summer program, hosted by the VBA, including:
  • Internship Orientation Program:
  • Industry Introduction by VBA President and CEO
  • Workplace Etiquette Training & Expectations
  • Careers in Banking PresentationInterns will be a part of a built-in network of industry contacts and participate in events throughout the summer.
  • Social & Networking Opportunities:
  • Mid-Summer Meet Up:
    • One Day Workshop for All Program Interns, Hosted by the VBA
    • Resume Tips and Mock Interviews
    • Bank CEO Panel
  • Networking Events with Virginia Banking Young Professionals Group
  • Participation in Local Community Events Interns will complete a capstone project throughout the summer, focusing on a banking industry-wide topic.  Students who complete the designated program requirements will receive a certificate of completion.
  • Certificate of Completion:
  • Capstone Project:

The Bank of Southside Virginia is currently recruiting for our summer 2017 internship opportunity.  This is a partnership with the Virginia Bankers Association (VBA) and is designed to develop the next generation of banking professionals.  The program will provide an opportunity to rotate through various departments of the company with an ultimate goal of increasing awareness of community banking. I have attached a flyer with all pertinent information regarding this year’s program. .  Interns will receive exposure to retail and commercial banking, compliance, and risk management, will participate in networking events with other VBA interns, and will complete a capstone project.  Qualified internship candidates should have an interest in learning more about how community banks contribute to the economic climate of our state and nation.

**The Bank of Southside Virginia is a locally owned, full service community bank.  We are headquartered in Carson, Virginia, about 35 miles south of Richmond, have a network of 15 branches, and serve all or parts of the counties of Dinwiddie, Sussex, Surry, Prince George, Greensville, Southampton, Isle of Wight and Chesterfield; and all or parts of the cities of Petersburg, Emporia, Colonial Heights, Franklin, Smithfield and Chester.


The Bank of Southside Virginia

Carson, Virginia

Approximately 40 miles south of Richmond


Summer 2017

 Find out more about BSV at

To Apply:  Send resume to no later than March 15, 2017.

Car Carrier Operations Analyst at “K” Line America

K” Line America, Inc. (KAM) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, a multi-billion dollar international transportation company serving businesses worldwide with over 550 vessels deployed in global trade. We are seeking a qualified and motivated candidate to take on the role of Car Carrier Operations Analyst in our Richmond, VA location.

Job Duties:

  • Create, monitor and adjust Voyage Instructions
  • Perform cost analyst for most cost effective schedule
  • Issue Sailing Information for assigned Trade Lanes
  • Manage vessel bunkering
  • Manage Monthly Ship Logs and Port Calls
  • Prepare cost savings reports such as bunker consumption, labor, etc.
  • Manage invoice approval for USEC & Gulf Ports and update cost savings sheets
  • Monitor cost savings discount with vendors
  • Manage mafi reports for assigned USEC Ports
  • Maintain and update ILA holiday schedules & labor ordering times
  • Maintain distance tables
  • Manage Vessel Service Speeds and FOC
  • Maintain terminal and agency contacts
  • Liaison for vessel incidents between vessel and trade management.
  • US Port Cost Management
  • Issue emails to Stevedores, Terminals, and vessels about upcoming events
  • Interacts with other KAM offices, vendors and Vessel Captains

Skills Required:

  • Flexibility is a key as the position requires flexible hours, including working during non-traditional hours, including night and weekends, as well as travel as required.
  • Team work is essential.
  • Must be able to adapt to a quickly changing working environment.
  • Able to communicate information clearly to internal and external parties
  • Attention to detail is critical to ensure accurate information is received and processed to correct parties
  • Computer skills in MS Excel, Word and general computer knowledge.
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously is required.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.

“K” Line America, Inc. offers a challenging, fast paced environment along with an excellent compensation and benefits package.  This is an outstanding opportunity to put your skills to work in a dynamic organization and to be a part of a cohesive team!

To learn more about us and apply for this position, click the link below.  For consideration, a cover letter and full salary history are required.

At this time, “K” Line America, Inc will not sponsor a new applicant for employment authorization for this position.

“K” Line America, Inc. is a drug free work zone and an equal opportunity employer.




Spring Tax Internship with Roseline Financial Group!

Accounting Majors,  See the Tax internship below.  To apply, send your resume to the contact below and copy  Put “Tax Internship” in the subject line.


Job ID: 23448

*Title: Tax Season Internship
Organization Name: No Link The Roseline Financial Group
Linked Contact: Relink Ryan Thompson
No of Openings: 4-6
Work Schedule: Flexible
*Hours per Week: 15-20+
*Compensation: Paid
Hourly Rate or Annual Rate:
*Employment Start Date (Anticipated): Mid-February
Employment End Date: April 15, 2017
*Description: We are currently seeking accounting students with an interest in taxation for our spring internship program. Interns will assist in the preparation of individual income tax returns for our diverse client base during the busy tax filing season of February – April 2017. Training and continual mentoring will be provided.
*Qualifications: We are interested in upper level undergraduate/graduate students who have a desire to gain more experience in the area of individual income tax and an interest in individual financial planning. Candidates would have to commit to working approximately 15-20 hours or more per week during this
time period.
*Apply Externally Also  : Yes
How to Apply in Addition to HireVCURams  : Resumes can be sent to