FT Technical Support Engineer & Junior Software Engineer positions at CarLotz

 Links to the positions:

https://careers.hireology.com/carlotzrichmond/151288/description (Technical Support)

https://careers.hireology.com/carlotzrichmond/151293/description (Software Dev)

Richmond, VA

Technical Support Engineer
CarLotz is growing fast and looking for someone to help take our 100% cloud based IT infrastructure and sculpt it into a nimble, next-generation system that will make fortune 500 companies jealous.
If you’re working at a large company and know you could do a better job if given the opportunity, this is the place for you.   We are investing in all of the latest Microsoft Tech and want someone who is looking forward to using it to it’s fullest potential.   We are going fast, and so will your opportunities.   This role could quickly lead to a Help Desk Manager position.
Potential Responsibilities:
You don’t need to know all of these, but you’ll need to master a few:
  • Develop and Enhance our Dynamics365 based ticketing system.
  • Provide Desktop Support for our Win10 and Office365 desktops.
  • Provide Support for CarLotz Web Apps (Dynamics 365, Inventory+, Office365)
  • A genuine interest in Technology  (not because your parents said there’s money in it)
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Familiarity with Cloud architecture
  • Familiarity with Microsoft products and architecture
  • Basic Network Architecture and administration
  • Enjoys working in a team environment and problem-solving
  • Degree preferred


Junior Software Engineer

Richmond, VA

Junior Software Engineer
CarLotz is growing fast and looking for someone to help take our 100% cloud based IT infrastructure and sculpt it into a nimble, next-generation system that will make fortune 500 companies jealous.
We use a lot of different platforms and we need someone who can quickly learn new skills and apply them.    We have a broad set of technologies and want someone who is willing to tackle a few of them and become an expert.
Potential Responsibilities:
You don’t need to know all of these, but you’ll need to master a few:
  • Design and develop software solutions on the Microsoft Dynamics365 Platform (JavaScript, C#, custom OOP).
  • Create Data Analytics Dashboards using Power BI and R
  • Develop Integrations with external web services
  • Create system integrations using ScribeSoft, DB Sync and other ETL tools.
  • Learn to code in next-gen languages
  • A genuine interest in Technology  (not because your parents said there’s money in it)
  • Solid understanding of an object oriented coding language.  You’ll learn new ones, but you must
  • Strong Analytical Skills
  • Familiarity with Cloud architecture
  • Familiarity with Microsoft products and architecture
  • Basic Network Architecture and administration
  • Degree preferred

CarLotz is an equal opportunity employer 

Your Success Story Belongs on my Blog!

Hi Students and Alumni,

I know some of you have received wonderful new opportunities for either full-time positions, part-time work, or internships.  I would like to share your successes on my Blog!  Stop being so shy because a little recognition never hurts!

If you are interested in telling my Bloggers about your success, just send me an email with a picture.

It does not have to be as long story, but I would like to have you tell us the title of the position, when you start (month and year), and your major and graduation date.  In addition, briefly answer some of the questions I have listed, or come up with your own!!!  I am flexible!

I think one of my favorite emails was when a student thanked me for bringing attention to student success.  My student said that the stories keep her encouraged and some of the successful students gave her tips on what she can do to find a great opportunity.  She promised me that when she gets her first internship, she will allow me to share her story as well.

To make your success blog, here are some typical questions you can answer:

  • Jobs/Internships are not easy to find in this competitive market.  What did you do to stand out from your competition?
  • What excites you about your new position?
  • Based on your experience, what are your top three recommendations for others seeking an internship or full-time position?

I am looking forward to hearing from you!

Thanks, Darlene (dward@vcu.edu)

FT Fiscal Technician in the School of Education at VCU!

Here is the link to the position:


Position Information

Recruitment Pool All Applicants
Working Title Fiscal Technician
Role Title Admin & Office Spec III
Position Number 580100
Department SOECounslEd: SCC
Description of General Responsibilities Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
1. Demonstrates a commitment risk assessment (considering costs, benefit, and impact)
2. Initiates purchase requests for the department
3. Prepares monthly budget reconciliations
4. Researches payment inquires and provides timely resolutions
5. Serves as travel coordinator and processes travel requests
6. Prepares internal monthly billing, daily
deposits, manual invoice requests
7. Assists with monthly updates of OMEGA spreadsheets
8. Assists with administrative support with
clerical, events, and operations teams as needed
9. Serves as the backup timekeeper and assists with effort reporting questions as needed
10. Assist with preparing grant proposals as needed
Required Qualifications – General knowledge of rules and
regulations pertaining to state agency
disbursements, budget monitoring (incl.
reconciliations), purchasing, travel
reimbursements, and other functions
– Experience with Microsoft Office
Excel, Word, and managing emails
– Task-oriented and proactive with resolving issues in an efficient manner
– Must be dependable and able to work additional hours as needed (with advance notification)
– Must be able to work on a team
– Experience processing purchase requests, travel reimbursements, and ordering supplies
– Must be able to manage a high volume of tasks from a variety of sources (e.g. emails, in-person, requests received in mail, telephone, etc.)
– Highly organized (Must be able to consistently maintain organized files and work space)
– Must be able to type at least 30 wpm.
Preferred Qualifications – Experience working with grant funded programs in a University setting
– Experience as a timekeeper for a department with at least 10 employees
– Experience with Banner and/or eVA
– Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in Business, Administration, Management, Accounting or related field; or an equivalent combination of college and related experience
Pay Band 03
Anticipated Hiring Range $30,800 – $36,000
Campus Off-site
Position Type Classified (full-time)
Hours/Week 40
Normal work days Monday – Friday
Normal work hours 8am-5pm
Job Open Date 10/05/2017
Remove from posting on or before 10/12/2017
Open Until Filled Yes
Job Category Accounting/ Management/ Professional

FT Utility Auditor position at STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION!



Utility Auditor

Anticipated Starting Salary: $50,000

Starting Salary Commensurate with Qualifications and Experience

Are you an individual who enjoys analysis, seeking answers, and learning new things? Are you interested in a rewarding public-service career? If so, the State Corporation Commission’s (SCC) Division of Utility Accounting & Finance (UAF) may be the place for you! The SCC seeks a Utility Auditor to perform entry-level professional accounting and auditing work in the regulation of public utilities.  In this position, you will work in a team environment to audit public utility companies that provide electric, natural gas, water, or wastewater service to the citizens of Virginia. Traveling for audits or for training is required up to 25% of the time.

Work Details

The SCC is the state agency responsible for the regulation of the rates of public utility companies (“company”) in Virginia, which is generally done through formal legal proceedings. As such, work will involve auditing the books and records of a company, analyzing various aspects of a company, understanding complex accounting transactions, and gaining expert-level knowledge of the utility industry. This will involve coordination with other team members or SCC divisions, and frequent communication with company or other external contacts. Results and recommendations are developed into reports or testimony in the context of a legal case. Because of the unique nature of this work, time is generally split between auditing and analyzing, writing the findings and recommendations, and preparing for and participating in legal proceedings. The legal proceedings may involve serving as an expert witness to discuss and support audit findings and recommendations.  Teamwork and the ability to communicate are critical to this position, and the UAF division seeks individuals who thrive in team-oriented environments.

Ability to Grow

The Division of UAF encourages and supports continued learning. This includes monthly division training sessions, the ability to attend utility or accounting-related conferences, and industry training events. New employees typically will travel for one or more audits during their first year of employment, and will also attend the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioner’s Rate School training, which is held twice per year. Based upon the individual’s own growth, many auditors lead audits within their first two years of employment. Because of this unique opportunity to lead audits early in one’s career, the UAF division seeks individuals with leadership skills. In addition to training, the division of UAF also encourages employees’ further learning through Tuition Reimbursement programs for continued education and reimbursement of certain CPA exam costs in addition to a bonus upon passage of the CPA exam.


Preferred qualifications for this position include:

  • A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Accounting or a post-baccalaureate certificate in Accounting with a graduation date between December 2016 and May 2018, with a minimum GPA of 2.75
  • Eligibility to sit for the CPA exam (24 credit hours of accounting) or current CPA licensee
  • Strong analytical ability
  • Natural inquisitiveness
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to effectively prepare written and present oral testimony in a court proceeding
  • Ability to work successfully within team environments
  • Exceptional reliability
  • Intermediate to advanced proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Ability to travel up to 25% of the time

Additional Information

In addition to a rewarding work experience, the SCC offers core benefits including competitive health and life insurance programs, pre-tax spending accounts, leave programs, and paid holidays. Employees participate in a state retirement plan with options for tax-deferred retirement savings including employer matching. The state funds a short and long term disability program.

The SCC regulates various companies and industries in Virginia; therefore, to avoid any conflict, employees are required to sign a Conflict of Interest Form and must dispose of any stock they hold in a regulated company or dispose of any licenses or certificates they hold in any industry regulated by the SCC unless otherwise permitted. Employees also shall report employment of household members by a regulated company.

The SCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Military veterans and national service alumni are encouraged to apply.  A background investigation is conducted on the selected candidate as a condition of employment.  The SCC uses the E-Verify system to confirm identity and work authorization.

This position is classified as exempt under the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

How to Apply

Please send your resume and unofficial transcript to Careers@scc.virginia.gov.

Part-time Administrative Assistant at the State Corporation Commission!

Here is a note from the HR Team at SCC:

We’re looking for a part-time administrative assistant to help us during the school year. We would be looking for someone to start ASAP and work up to 20 hours per week. We would be very flexible with school schedules, as we’re looking for someone who is currently enrolled in the business school.  The job would be administrative with  helping the HR team with printing applications, potentially helping to screen for minimum qualifications, filing, and other related tasks would be asked of this intern. It’s a great opportunity to work in a professional business setting and earn $15/hour.

If you are interested, please send resumes to dward@vcu.edu.  Put “HR/SCC” in the subject line.



45 New Positions in Hirebusrams!

Students and Alumni,

Here is another long list of open positions in Hirerams!

To get access to Hirebusrams, use our career page (www.business.vcu.edu/career) 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 dward@vcu.edu. THANKS!

Employer Organization Name Job Title Job ID
Commonwealth Retirement Advisors Intern 29125
Johnson Controls Early Career HVAC Sales- BEST 29127
Shentel Retail Sales Rep. 29131
Federal Government Information Technology Management 29140
Quioccasin Veterinary Hospital Patient Care Coordinator (Receptionist) 29145
Lawyer’s Staffing Case Manager 29147
Chevy Chase Club Assistant Manager to Casual Dining 29148
The Market at 8th & Main Part-Time Retail Clerk 29149
Warren Whitney Client Services & Portfolio Administrator 29154
Warren Whitney Retirement Plan Consultant 29157
Fulton Financial Corporation Associate Mortgage Loan Officer 29160
C&F Finance Internal Sales Manager 29175
Smithfield Business & Sales Trainee – Career Foundation Program 29177
CarMax Compensation Analyst I/II 29178
Shentel Part-time Customer Support Rep, PCS 29181
Timmons Group, Inc. User Experience Designer 29182
McAdam Financial Advisor 29184
Prime Legal Staff Office Assistant/Courier 29185
CarLotz Sales Coach 29186
Performance Food Group Senior Internal Auditor 29194
Markel Corporation Staff Accountant (Reinsurance) 29196
JumpStart University Business Development Assistant 29197
Meadows Urquhart Acree & Cook, LLP Audit/ Tax Staff Accountant 29207
Meadows Urquhart Acree & Cook, LLP Accounting Intern 29208
Knucklepuck Media Jr. SEO Consultant 29213
Knucklepuck Media Jr. Paid Media Consultant 29214
Metro Systems Inc. Recruiter / Account Manager (Outside Sales Representative) 29215
Graybar Electric Inside Sales Rep – Electrical Distribution Industry 29218
AvePoint, Inc. Finance Intern 29223
ARAMARK/Headquarters Accelerate to Leadership Program 2018 – Facilities Management Career Track US Locations 29224
ARAMARK/Headquarters Accelerate to Leadership Program 2018 – Direct Service & Delivery Career Track US Locations 29225
ARAMARK/Headquarters Accelerate to Leadership Program 2018 – Food Management Career Track US Locations 29226
ARAMARK/Headquarters Accelerate to Leadership Program 2018 – Culinary Management Career Track US Locations 29227
Merck 2018 Supply Chain Management Intern Job 29230
Merck 2018 Supply Chain Management Co-op (FTP2018) Job 29231
Capital One Technology Development Program Associate 29235
Rocket Pop Media Vice President 29238
Rocket Pop Media Vice President 29239
TESLA, Inc. Forecasting Intern 29240
Smithfield Supply Chain Trainee – Career Foundation Program 29241
Innovative Diagnostic Laboratory Staff Accountant 29245
Shentel Retail Sales Rep. 29252
Smithfield Finance Trainee – Career Foundation Program 29260
Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 2018 Graduate Program 29261

VDOT’s Summer Internship Program!

The Internship Program is accepting applications for summer 2018.

Do you know a college student who would like to help us “Keep Virginia Moving?”

The Human Resources Division has internship positions open throughout the Commonwealth for summer 2018. The positions close onFriday, Oct. 27.

We are seeking business and engineering students to work in challenging and interesting VDOT positions that will provide practical “hands-on” work experience during the school year, as well as winter and summer breaks. Spread the word!

Interested individuals can click the following links below to apply or visit https://jobs.agencies.virginia.gov/ and search “Business Intern” and/or “Engineer Intern” and apply.

Please visit our Intern Program page for more detailed information.

If you have any questions or comments, send an email to PipelinePrograms@vdot.virginia.gov.


Entry Level SAP Analyst Role at Splash 4


The  Opportunity / About Us:
This is a call to the curious learners, the goal orientated dreamers, and the good-natured achievers. Ifany of this describes you, then Splash 4 Partners (“S4P”) invites  you to apply for the firm’s open analyst position (read as hands-on doer, not high-level strategist). We are looking for someone who might have wondered:  What software helps police dispatchers deploy patrol officers?
 How technology is changing how doctors and nurses do their jobs?
 How investors choose which companies to invest in?
 Why Clear Pepsi failed?
 Why lawyers bill in six minute increments?

Splash 4 Partners, a boutique management consultancy, is hiring an analyst for their growing practice. Led by two founding principals, S4P works with private equity firms, middle market executives and business owners, hospital systems, and lenders to make investment decisions, develop and execute growth strategies, identify acquisition targets, and enter new markets. For more about the firm use your research skills and let us know what you find and why you want to work at Splash 4 Partners.

The analyst will work with and be trained by the principals in Richmond, Virginia. Firm engagements range from deep dive industry studies to long-term strategy creation for organizations. It is more important to be curious, driven, and detail orientated than it is to have a background in any particular subject area. The principals will provide hands on training and guidance to develop necessary business,
industry, and financial acumen.

Skills (What you bring to the table):  Strong secondary research
 Strong logic and reasoning skills  Curiosity  Asks good questions and not afraid to challenge or be challenged
 An appreciation for process  Pays close attention to detail  Calm under pressure
 Takes ownership of assignments big and small  Takes pride in work, constantly looks to improve their craft, and absorbs feedback  Ability to communicate effectively (in writing, via phone, and in person) with a wide variety of

Responsibilities (What you will be doing):

 Deep secondary research
 PowerPoint creation and formatting
 Data analysis  Primary research
 Customer interviews  Report writing and copy editing
 Scheduling
 Learn
 And more

How to Apply (Instructions on how to impress):
Email us your resume and cover letter to jgrosshandler@splash4partners. Cover letters should be their own separate document from the resume. The cover letter should highlight who you are, why you are interested in working at S4P, and what makes you uniquely qualified. In the body of the email, please answer one odd and one even question from the list below with extreme brevity.
1. If you were given seven minutes to teach me something what would it be?
2. What is your favorite market failure?
3. What is at the top of your learner’s bucket list?
4. What metric(s) would you use to objectively evaluate the best hip-hop song of all time?

FT, Entry-Level Information Systems Coordinator with St. Christopher’s School!


Have you seen this position?  It has full-time hours and an hourly rate for 6 months, with the possibility of turning into a permanent position!  If you are interested, send a resume to Candidates interested in pursuing this position should send a resume: careers@stcva.org and copy dward@vcu.edu.

*Job ID: 29114
*Title: Information Systems Coordinator
Organization Name: No Link St. Christopher’s School
Linked Contact: Relink
No of Openings: 1
Work Schedule: General hours of this position are 8:30am – 4:30pm. Hours will vary and include after hours as needed.
*Hours per Week: 40
*Compensation: Paid
Hourly Rate or Annual Rate: Hourly Rate
*Employment Start Date (Anticipated): 10/23/2017
Employment End Date:
*Description: Position Classification: 
Full time 6 month option to hire 

Reports to: 
Information Technology Manager 
o The Information Systems Coordinator reports directly to the Information Technology Manager and supports the Director of Academic Technology and the Director of Facilities. 

Position Summary: 
St. Christopher’s School seeks a well-rounded professional for the position of Information Systems Coordinator. This is a new position at St. Christopher’s and serves to bridge and maintain the data integrity of the many academic and nonacademic systems which the school’s constituents rely on for day to day operations. 

Principal Responsibilities: 
• Ongoing systems management. 
o Management and updating of student / employee information in systems database; 
o Management and updating of student / employee information in access control database; 
 Door access programming, scheduling, generating reports, etc. 
 Service as POC with Open Options for troubleshooting and maintenance of server and client software upgrades as needed. 
 Coordinate repair of door access control hardware with vendor or facilities. 
 Encode and test cards with access control and manage accordingly. 
 Regular testing and maintenance of all campus access controls. 
 St. Catherine’s girls cards manually entered. 
o Management, updating and ongoing distribution and replacement of identification access cards; 
 Photograph employees for ID cards. 
 Card production. 
 Card delivery / replacement. 
 Serve as POC with Blackboard for troubleshooting and maintenance of server and client software upgrades as needed. 
 Declining balance program. 
o Primary point of contact for campus internal and external event coordination and all related space needs; 
 Serve as POC for scheduling spaces and overall organization. 
 Online calendars of these spaces. 
 Event access controls. 
 Coordinate schedules with Gary’s team. 
o Management and support of point of sale systems including dining, café, bookstore; 
 Serve as POC with our dining, bookstore and cafe point of sale system. 
 Maintain and manage terminals. 
 Help train users as needed. 
 Declining balance. 
o Management, support and monitoring of campus sign-in visitation system; 
o Management, support and monitoring of campus video surveillance system; 
 Serve as POC with Salient for troubleshooting and maintenance of server and client software upgrades as needed. 
 Review campus and buildings and make recommendations for possible future expansion. 
 Regular testing and reviewing of video footage. 
 Coordinate and manage vendor related activities. 
• System research and recommendation. 
o Grow systems. 
• Systems deployment and coordination. 
• Perform other duties and tasks as assigned. 

Principal Systems (Areas of Responsibilities): 
• BlackBaud: student and faculty/staff information system. 
• G+ Suite: Google Collaboration and Communication Tools.
• Blackboard/Cardsmith: Campus ID Card System. 
• Open Options access control system. 
• Salient Video Surveillance System. 
• ODIN: Point of Sale in the Bookstore, Cafe, and Dining Hall. 
• Raptor: Campus visitor management system. 
• Cooper mass notification speaker towers. 
• Other systems as assigned. 

Additional Information: 
Candidates interested in pursuing this position should send a resume: careers@stcva.org 

Application deadline is: October 13, 2017 

School Website: www.stchristophers.com 
School Information: Established in 1911, St. Christopher’s School, is a JK-12 all boys school in Richmond, VA. With over a century of rich history in the education of boys, St. Christopher’s has the reputation as a national and international leader in the education of boys. Our work with the International Boys’ Schools Coalition and our very own Center for the Study of Boys, support the Second Century Vision which states that we will be a global leader in understanding boys, engaging and teaching them effectively, and developing in them the strength of character, wisdom, and life skills required to succeed in college and to make a positive impact as leaders in a rapidly changing world. The School’s single campus location consists of 43 contiguous acres and 23 buildings with over 300,000 square feet. St. Christopher’s School does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or disability. 

*Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems 
Experience managing systems preferred 
Access Control experience preferred 
Ability to train and instruct others 
Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communications skills 
Organized and self starter 
Able to work independently and meet deadlines 
Working knowledge of Microsoft 
*Apply Externally Also  : Yes
How to Apply in Addition to HireVCURams  : Candidates interested in pursuing this position should send a resume to: careers@stcva.org and copy dward@vcu.edu.