Archive | June, 2010

28 June 2010 ~ Comments Off

Congressional Fall Internship in Chesapeake District Office(Unpaid) and Congressional Fall Internship in Colonial Heights, VA (Unpaid); Office of Congressman J. Randy Forbes

These internships are designed to give students interested in government
an inside view of how a Congressinal office functions on a day-to-day
basis.  Open to students on a full or part-time basis.  It is filled in a
competitive manner.  Interns are required to answer phones, interact
with consitituents, and perfomr administrative work such a filing,
emailing, researching, and word preocessing.  All work is performed in
an office environment and requires interactins with staff members and
the public.  While priority is given to constituents of VA’s Fourth
District, all candidates that submit complete applications will be
considered.  Successful candidates must demonstrate a pleasant office
demeanor,the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced atmosphere, and the
desire to learn about the legislative branch.  Interested students shoud
send a resume and cover letter by to:
Ms. Tammie Bebout
Office of
Congressman J. Randy Forbes
505 Independence Pkwy, Suite 104
Chesapeake,
VA 23320
FAX: 757/382-0780

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28 June 2010 ~ Comments Off

Foreign Service Security Technical Specialist

See http://careers.state.gov/specialist/opportunities/sectech.html
for
more information, and to start the online application process.
The
deadline to submit completed applications is July 20, 2010.
Potential
applicants are strongly urged to read the entire vacancy announcement
to ensure they meet all of the requirements for this position and fully
understand the special circumstances involving a career in the Foreign
Service before applying. All applicants must be U.S. citizens, and at
least 20 years old to apply and at least 21 years of age to be
appointed.

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28 June 2010 ~ Comments Off

Washington DC opportunity

Bilingual
Office Assistant/Receptionist – Capital City Public Charter School http://tinyurl.com/2f888dm

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28 June 2010 ~ Comments Off

Saint Gertrude High School is currently seeking qualified applicants for a full-time French teacher for the 2010-11 school year. Applicants must meet state certification requirements in foreign language with an endorsement in French. Those interested in this position should send resumes to: Personnel Office, Saint Gertrude High School, 3215 Stuart Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23221 or email resumes to:sghs@saintgertrude.org.

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24 June 2010 ~ Comments Off

King George Job Fair – TOMORROW (June 25th)

KING GEORGE JOB FAIR
Friday, June 25 
10 am – 2 pm
8076 Kings Hwy
King George, VA  22485 
(appr. 15 min from Dahlgren Navy Base; across from Food Lion, next to Fire & Rescue Squad)
Participating Companies include –  The Art Institutes, Computer Science Corporation,  DMG Securities Inc., DynCorp International, Lockheed Martin Corp, MD Transportation Authority Police, Mid Atlantic Precast, Mountain State Information Systems Inc., Northrop Grumman, Rappahannock Community College,  RMC, SCCI, Solutions Development Corporation, Stratford University, University of Mary Washington, URS Corporation, Virginia Army National Guard, Virginia Employment Commission 
For new updates on participating companies and job descriptions, click here for link -http://jobzoneonline.com/events/KINGGEORGERSVP_JUNE2010.htm 
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PREPARING FOR THE JOB FAIR
- Be sure to click on link above to review details on companies’ job descriptions.  The best impression is knowing what the recruiter is looking for prior to approaching the company at the job fair.
-  Finalize your resume.  If you meet the job requirements for a specific job position listed, then make sure that your resume emphasizes those skills, experience, education, etc. needed for the position.  
-  A resume can always be improved.  Be sure to take advantage of the Resume Workshop from 10am-2pm.  Marcia Baker (MARK of Success) will be meeting with  job candidates and critiquing reumes.  See below for more details.  All job candidates are invited to participate in the Resume Workshop even if you are not meeting with the participating companies.   
-  Arrive in plenty of time for networking.  Remember, showing up at 1:30 pm is not making a good impression.  It’s better to arrive earlier than later.
-  Professional dress (or military uniform) is required.  Children are not allowed in the Job Fair area. Job Candidates only are invited.   
-  Upon arrival, sign-in at Registration table and drop off a copy of your resume.
-  Bring plenty copies of your resume.
  
RESUME WORKSHOP (FREE)   
This workshop is available to all job seekers at  no cost.  Bring your resume for a review and critique.  
Marcia will be available during the Job Fair duration, 10am-2pm.
Presenter – Marcia Baker / MARK of Success, LLC / resumes@markofsuccess.net 
Career and Business Marketing Strategies That Get Results
3195 Old Washington Road, Suite 224 | Waldorf, MD 20602     
301-885-2511 – Tel | 301-893-8737 – Fax
Authorized DISC/Behavioral Consultant
Member:   National Resume Writers Association, Career Directors International, Career Management Alliance
Certifications:  Certified Federal Resume Writer & Coach Win The View Certified Career Consultant, Academy Certified Resume Writer Candidate, Certified Employment Interview Consultant Candidate
Resumes published in the following career-related books:  Designing the Perfect Resume, 3rd Edition, Resumes for Baby Boomers, No-Nonsense Resumes: The Essential Guide to Creating Attention- Grabbing  Resumes That Get Interviews & Job Offers 
MARK of Success, LLC is a woman- and veteran-owned small business providing career and business services to proactive jobseekers and business owners in the southern Maryland and metropolitan Washington, DC areas.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT JOBZONE -
540-775-4199 or 540-226-1473

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24 June 2010 ~ Comments Off

Networking … When Is It Okay To Ask For A Job Lead?

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23 June 2010 ~ Comments Off

Administrative Assistant (25 hours per week); The Neighborhood Resource Center

Principal Duties and Responsibilities
• Manage donor and participant databases; collect program data and pull
reports
• Conduct basic research: grants, programs, evaluation tools, etc.
• Assist with all special events: logistics, volunteer coordination, press
contacts, etc.
• Produce outreach materials: flyers, newsletter formats, etc.
• Coordinate mass mailings
• Manage front office: phones, door, copying, faxing, etc.
• Assist the general public with questions, memberships and concerns
• Other duties as assigned
Basic Qualifications
• Three years prior administrative experience in nonprofit setting
• Proficient in use of Excel, Access, Word, Publisher, Internet, and donor
database software. Graphic design abilities a plus
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Excellent rapport with the public
• Commitment to the ideals and mission of the Neighborhood Resource Center
• A sense of humor
Salary is commensurate with experience.
Send cover letter and resume to mailto:info@nrccafe.org
The Neighborhood Resource Center is a grassroots educational and cultural
center fostering personal growth and community change in the Greater Fulton
Hill community. The NRC strengthens individuals and communities by providing
opportunities for neighbors to build relationships, access resources, and
develop skills to enhance their lives and determine the fate of their
community.
The NRC is an equal opportunity employer and pays a living wage.

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22 June 2010 ~ Comments Off

CIA Job on RamRecruiting/Research Scientists

Uncategorized

Research
Scientists direct and oversee scientific research and development activities
across multiple programs and through one or more projects addressing CIA and
Intelligence Community (IC) objectives. This includes development and
implementation of innovative original theories/methods applicable to support
and enhance the intelligence mission.

 

Minimum requirements include a bachelor’s or master’s degree (PhD highly
desired) in: General Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Electrical
Engineering; Computer Science; Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry and Chemical
Engineering; Biology; Biomedical Engineering; Cultural Anthropology;
Psychology; Material Science; Research Methodology/Statistics; Nanotechnology;
Optics & Electrochemistry; or Sociology. Applicants must also possess
strong written and oral English communications skills. A GPA of 3.0 or better
on a 4.0 scale is preferred.

 

Interested  - apply through RamsRecruiting
today! 

You can find out more by logging into your
RamsRecruiting account. Make sure that your resume has been approved before you
apply for this position. You can do so by contacting your Career Consultant or by
utilizing our walk-in hours:

·        
 http://www.students.vcu.edu/careers/resources/counseling.php#consultants

·        
Summer walk-in hours are Tuesday through Thursday from 12-2. 

Don’t have a RamsRecruiting account? 

It is easy to get one! Stop by the Career Center in
the University Student Commons (across from the Chick-Fil-A) and
request an account or email us at mailto:careers@vcu.edu

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22 June 2010 ~ Comments Off

CIA Job on RamRecruiting/Support Integration Officer

The Support Integration Officer (SIO) is responsible for
multidisciplinary support to the US Intelligence mission worldwide. SIOs
are required to deploy worldwide throughout their career as the mission
dictates.
Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in business
administration, public administration or communications and related
subjects from an accredited institution, or equivalent professional
experience that provides the opportunity to demonstrate knowledge and
skills in any of the following functional disciplines, business
administration, international studies, accounting, marketing, retail,
customer service, contract management, resource management,
communications, performance measurement, process improvement, and
intelligence operations.

Interested  - apply through RamsRecruiting
today! 

You
can find out more by logging into your RamsRecruiting account. Make sure that
your resume has been approved before you apply for this position. You can do so
by contacting your Career Consultant or by utilizing our walk-in hours:

·       
 http://www.students.vcu.edu/careers/resources/counseling.php#consultants

·       
Summer walk-in hours
are Tuesday through Thursday from 12-2
. 

Don’t
have a RamsRecruiting account? 

It
is easy to get one! Stop by the Career Center in the University Student Commons (across from the Chick-Fil-A) and
request an account or email us at mailto:careers@vcu.edu

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22 June 2010 ~ Comments Off

Community Organizer (Full-time 40 hrs/wk); The Neighborhood Resource Center

Job Description
Organizer will recruit and lead residents in a neighborhood visioning,
planning and project implementation process in the Greater Fulton community.
The initiative is funded through a grant from the Virginia Local Initiatives
Support Corporation (LISC). The Neighborhood Resource Center in Greater
Fulton was selected by the community to serve as the Convening Agency for
the project. The NRC will provide oversight and a home base for the
organizer throughout the process.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities
• Coordinate door-to-door outreach and one-on-one meetings to recruit
residents and community stakeholders into visioning, planning and
implementation process
• Facilitate and coordinate all aspects of meetings with small neighborhood
work groups and large assemblies of residents
• Help neighbors identify do-able projects and apply for early action
grants; oversee the implementation of those small, momentum building
projects
• Document all meetings, maintain project calendar, draft action plans
• Maintain record keeping and program reporting systems, including time
tracking, performance outcomes and accounting for funds
• Provide basic community organizing training to residents
• Maintain consistent contact with neighborhood residents and stakeholders
• Facilitate relationship-building process throughout the community and
between the community and other entities (government, schools, businesses,
churches, etc.)
• Other duties as assigned
Qualifications
• Two years previous community organizing experience
• Ability to coordinate multiple groups of volunteers
• Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
• Ease with people and experience working in diverse communities
• Strong facilitation and project management skills
• Proficient in use of MS Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), email and
internet
• Willing to work flexible hours, including some weekends and evenings
• Bachelor’s degree preferred
Salary is commensurate with experience.
Send cover letter and resume to mailto:info@nrccafe.org
The Neighborhood Resource Center is a grassroots educational and cultural
center fostering personal growth and community change in Greater Fulton. The
NRC strengthens individuals and communities by providing opportunities for
neighbors to build relationships, access resources, and develop skills to
enhance their lives and determine the fate of their community.
The NRC is an equal opportunity employer and pays a living wage.

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