Monthly Archives: February 2010

Manger in Training; Anthropologie

Tracking Code
4165
Job Description

The
Manager in Training position is an excellent opportunity for someone
who is creative and is looking to pursue a career in retail management
and merchandising. Some experience in retail management is preferred.

Anthropologie
offers a complete benefits package, a generous discount at all Urban
Outfitter brands, and much opportunity for growth.

*Please stop by the store at your earliest convenience and fill out an application!

Company Location
Anthro Store 444 (A444)
Job Location
Richmond, VA, US.
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
To view the full posting, go here: 

http://hostedjobs.openhire.com/epostings/submit.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=305279&company_id=15602&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=973682&version=3&ohjobs=y

Fan Free Clinic seeks a full time Volunteer Coordinator for its Medical program.

Status:                   
Full-time (40hrs/wk)/salaried/exempt
Accountability:        
Reports to the Director of Clinical Operations (DCO)
Summary:              
The Volunteer Coordinator (VC) role is to develop, manage, and strengthen the volunteer pool of the medical clinic.
Responsibilities:
  • Develop the volunteer program to identify needs in coordination with the DCO.
  • Screen volunteers applicants from the website to assess skill level and fit for the positions needed.
  • Ensure a steady flow of trained volunteers based on the needs identified by DCO. 
  • Facilitate volunteer orientation program.
  • Manage monthly volunteer scheduling, including medical providers.
  • Conduct periodic evaluations with volunteers to obtain their feedback on organization and volunteer positions.
  • Evaluate volunteer performance, organizational fit and progress with on-going feedback to DCO.
  • Collaborate with DCO to address and resolve any issues which arise specific to volunteer performance matters.
  • Create and manage a volunteer database which includes tracking of volunteer hours, licensure, credentials, contact information, and other data elements.
  • Report monthly statistics as directed to DCO.
  • Respond in a timely manner to all volunteer applicants.
  • Assist in the creation of volunteer position descriptions.
Other:
  • Performs other tasks as assigned.
  • Adheres to agency’s policies and procedures.
Qualities desired:
  • Motivated and able to work with minimal supervision.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs.
  • Able to work in a fast-paced (but rewarding) environment.
  • Excellent communication and social skills.
Qualifications:
  • Human resources experience a plus.
  • Medical scheduling experience a plus.
  • 2 years college or equivalent experience preferred.
  • Reliable transportation.
To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and references to:
Fan Free Clinic, Inc., Attn: VC Position
PO Box 6477
Richmond, VA  23230
Fax: (804) 354-0702
No phone inquiries please.

Job Fair!!!

OASAM MINI JOB FAIR

Thursday, March 11,
2010

 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (DOL), Office
of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM) is Hosting
a Mini-Job Fair to fill Human Resources and Contracting positions on March 11,
2010 at the Frances
Perkins Building,
200 Constitution Avenue, NW,
Washington, DC
from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

 

All applicants must apply directly
to the announcements to be considered for these positions.  All applicants will be contacted on the
status of their applications after the closing dates on the announcements.

 

 

Applicants should
click on the attached link to apply for positions

 

http://www.dol.gov/dol/jobs.htm

Summer Food Drive Internship 2010 Paid Internship Opportunity!

 

Western
Fairfax Christian Ministries (WFCM)
, a premier provider of homelessness prevention
services in western Fairfax County,
Virginia, is looking for an
intern to coordinate our summer food drive program.  WFCM serves the neediest residents of the
community by providing a food pantry and emergency financial services, as well
as a number of other programs focused on homelessness prevention.

 

 

Applicable Fields:  Social Work, Non-Profit Management,
Fundraising & Development

 

 

Job Summary:  The Intern will be responsible for
identifying businesses and other organizations within the local community who
are able and willing to hold food drives on WFCM’s behalf.  Responsibilities will include providing
support to each organization holding a drive, identifying foods to be
collected, coordinating delivery dates and time, and helping receive and
process donated goods.  The Intern will
be able to recruit and manage volunteers to assist in the drives.

  Tasks
Include:

·        
Identify
and contact potential participants in the summer food drive program

·        
Communicate
specifics of each drive and coordinate deliveries

·        
Assist
food pantry manager in identifying current needs

·        
Create
and maintain database to contain all information relating to drives

·        
Create
Power Point presentations to update board of directors

  Qualifications:

·        
Currently
enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student, returning as a full-time
undergraduate in fall of 2010

·        
Detail
oriented and organized

·        
Enjoys
and is able to work independently

·        
Excellent
communication skills

·        
Proficient
with MS Office

·        
Interest
in working in the non-profit community

·       
In
agreement with WFCM’s mission statement. 
Please visit our website at  www.wfcmva.org.

  Commitment  / Questions / Applications:

·        
8
weeks during May – August, 35 hours per week

·        
Stipend
of $3,000

·        
Please
call Pam Ryan, Director of Development at 703-988-9656 ext. 3 with any
questions,

or send an email to mailto:development@wfcmva.org.

·        
Send
resume and cover letter by April 1, 2010 to:  

WFCM Internships

 P.O.
Box

220802

 Chantilly, VA  20153



Unpaid RedPeg Internship Program; Alexandria, VA (Summer 2010)

RedPeg Marketing, an experiential marketing agency located in Old Town Alexandria, is seeking motivated college students to participate in its unique and competitive internship program.

RedPeg Marketing is an award-winning company that makes annual appearances on Promo magazine’s list of top 100 agencies. Creating engaging brand experiences that touch people on a personal level is what we do best. We specialize in helping our clients build long, lasting and meaningful relationship with the target consumers. Our numerous Fortune 500 clients only begin to attest to our level of expertise and impact. 

We are an agency that believes in the concept of working hard and playing hard. We pride ourselves in drawing the best and brightest to fuel. Great ideas are achieved by passion, teamwork and collaboration. We do not only think outside the box; we reinvent the box.

Our internship program offers valuable, hands-on, professional experience that few others can offer. High levels of organization, detail-orientation and multitasking abilities are required to succeed in this fast paced environment. We ask that applicants have a working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint and be willing to adapt to a Macintosh set up. 

Program Attributes

Mentorship Program – We believe that our internship program should actually be called a mentorship program.  We believe in helping our interns grow professionally in terms of practical skill sets and business etiquette.

Weekly Meetings/Brown-Bag Lunches – Every week, interns have a weekly meeting to discuss key learnings and challenges.  During the meeting, there are Brown Bag sessions with someone from the company. Those individuals will train interns on the experiential marketing industry, the marketing industry as a whole, basic benefits information, and resume development, just to give a few examples.

Intern Project – Every intern class gets a new and exciting project that is all your own. It is up to you to come up with ideas in brainstorming sessions and decide what direction it goes in. Eventually, interns will all present it to the members of the company.

Tours and Programs – If a program comes to the area there’s a chance you’ll be invited to come see whatever it may be, from a promotional tour bus to a fundraiser down town. 

How to Apply

To apply, please send your cover letter, resume and writing sample to:

mailto:internship@redpegmarketing.com

Please state which position(s) you are applying for in your cover letter (descriptions are later in this posting).  Writing sample is not required for Accounting & Finance, Venues & Sponsorship and Production positions.

If selected, phone interviews will be scheduled on a rolling-basis. Our second round will consist of in-house interviews. If you cannot come to the area, interviews over Skype or a subsequent phone interview will be scheduled.

For students studying abroad but interested in a summer internship:
You are still encouraged to apply. We will conduct interviews (both rounds if applicable) over Skype. Make sure to indicate what all days and times (in Eastern Standard Time) you are available for interviews.

We will be taking applications until 6pm 3/31/10 for the summer internship and 4/16/10 for the fall internship. We hope to make decisions our decision a month from the resume due date.

Position Availability

Talent Management – Learn how to recruit, hire and interact with field employees from across the country. Work closely with Account Teams to fulfill employee requirements for projects. Daily tasks include but are not limited to:
–     Recruitment postings
–     Screening, interviewing and scheduling
–     Database Management
–     Human Resources Management

Business Development – If you are a business guru and want to understand the value of pitching new business to a client, researching client needs and more, this position is for you. Daily tasks include but are not limited to:
–     Writing pitches and presentations
–     Brainstorming
–     Client research

Accounting & Finance – You will learn the ins and outs of Accounting including general ledgers, AP/AR, bank reconciliations and more. MUST BE proficient in Microsoft Excel. Daily tasks include but are not limited to:
–     A/P and A/R coordination
–     Journal entries
–     Reconciliations

Client Service – If you have ever wondered what it takes to plan an event from the beginning to the end, including managing employees/volunteers, identifying vendors and more, this position is for you. Learn how to manage the logistics of a promotional event. Daily tasks include but are not limited to:
–     Market and event research
–     Compiling recap data for client presentations
–     Coordinating logistics with the client and field teams

Venues & Sponsorships – If the idea of researching, negotiating, and contracting large scale events sounds exciting to you, look no further. You will work closely with our Client Services and Business Development teams as well as event organizers to meet our clients’ specific needs.  Daily tasks include but are not limited to:
–     Market and event research
–     Event negotiations
–     Database management

Production – If you have ever wondered what it takes to produce large scale event sets of all types, RedPeg Marketing’s production department internship is for you. Learn about behind-the-scene logistics of experiential marketing campaign. You will work closely with Client Service, Business Development and Create teams as well as vendors to meet the needs of our clients.  Daily tasks include but are not limited aiding production department staff members:
–     Research latest technology trends
–     Manage event element inventory
–     Pricing production elements
–     Assessing logistics feasibility
–     Managing program calendar
–     Managing fleet/DOT 

Follow us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RedPegMarketing and Twitter www.twitter.com/RedPegMarketing

Scholarships available

This spring the VCU Department of Business Services will grant $55,000 in scholarship awards to degree-seeking VCU students.  The awards vary in amount and are available to all VCU students, both undergraduate and graduate.  This is an excellent opportunity for you, particularly in light of these difficult financial times.  The deadline for submitting applications is Tuesday, March 2, 2010.
Additional information and application forms are available at http://www.bsv.vcu.edu.  Please contact Stephen Monroe, the support coordinator for VCU Retail Services, at 828.3637 or mailto:smonroe@vcu.edu if you have any questions about the program.

Paid summer (event planning) intern; Eisenman & Associates – Glen Allen, VA

Eisenman & Associates is an Association Management Firm, celebrating their 16th year anniversary, located near Virginia Center Commons Mall.

Eisenman & Associates works with associations and hospitality (hotels) organizations.

They are looking for someone to work up to 20-40 hours per week, Monday – Friday, flexible hours.
Office hours are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Person must have a good, clear phone voice, professional attitude and willing to learn office management.  This person will be answering the phones, making copies, processing the mail, assisting with meeting planning and other general office work as requested.

JobSkills : Person must have a good, clear phone voice, professional attitude and willing to learn office management.  Preferred Microsoft Office experience.

Interested? 

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 utilizing our walk-in hours:

 

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

 

http://www.students.vcu.edu/careers/contact.php  Walk-in Hours (left hand side of the page)

 

Don’t have an 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 The University Career Center email account

Part-time Outreach Specialist; Senior Connections, The Capital Area Agency on Aging – Richmond, VA

Non-profit organization is seeking to fill two part time positions.
Each position will serve a specific minority community targeted by the funding source.  Applicants need to be highly motivated to be able to recruit, guide and encourage volunteers in a breast cancer screening outreach program for older women.  The program will focus on underserved African American and Hispanic communities in the Greater Richmond area.
Applicants for the Hispanic community must be bilingual and fluent in English and Spanish in both oral and written communication.  
These positions are grant funded until January 31, 2011.  Each part time position will consist of about 15 hours/week working primarily in the field, recruiting and guiding volunteers, attending health fairs and other community events.    
Duties will include maintaining volunteer files, gathering and recording data on a laptop computer and reporting information to the project manager.  These positions will also be
actively involved in the new project’s team, recruitment and training of volunteers as well as helping to develop outreach materials.  Must be able to work independently, use a computer effectively and have strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills.  Some prior related work experience is highly desired.
Applicants must have a minimum of a high school diploma, GED or any combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma or GED.  A bachelor’s degree in human services, a related field, or any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree is preferred.  Salary commensurate with experience and
qualifications. 
Submit cover letter and resume by Friday, February 19, 2010.  Send email to mailto:mmitchell@youraaa.org, fax to 804-649-2258 or mail to Human
Resources, Senior Connections, The Capital Area Agency on Aging, 24 East
Cary Street, Richmond, VA 23219-3733.  EOE/AA