Featured Part Time Jobs (updated 9/12/14)

Job Title: Admissions-Graduate Readers (On Campus)
Organization: admissions banner
No LinkUNCW Admissions
Linked Contact: RelinkHannah Brown
Wage/Salary $10/hr
Work Schedule: 15-20 hours per week
Start Date: 10/15/2014
End Date: 02/15/2015
Job Description: Assisting admissions counselors by reviewing first-year student applications. Applications are reviewed online, therefore, this position requires good computer skills and close attention to detail.
This is a time limited position beginning October 15, 2014 and ending in February 2015.
Qualifications: Must be a current UNCW graduate student.
Good computer skills are required.
Close attention to detail is a must
Application Instructions:

Email your resume and available times for interviews (Monday 9/22 - Friday 9/26) to Hannah R Brown, brownh@uncw.edu

Job Title: Office Assistant
Organization: logo
No LinkColonial Marketing Group, Inc.
Linked Contact: RelinkRusty Prater
Work Schedule part time
Wage/Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: 9/22/14
Job Description: Colonial Marketing Group is seeking a part time employee for a variety of office related tasks. Duties will include phone and visitor greeting, sales rep assistance, billing department work, and daily assignments from the Office Manager or President.
If candidate demonstrates proficiency and excels in a fast past environment they may be promoted to full time as positions become available.
Qualifications: Candidate must have basic Microsoft Office proficiency and knowledge. Quickbooks experience a definite plus. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks is required.
Bachelor's Degree in Marketing or Public Relations preferred. Candidate can still be in school, but imminent graduation desired.
Application Instructions: Applicants should email or mail resume and cover letter to Mr. Rusty Prater (rustyp@colonialmarketing.com) at 813 S. 16th St. Wilmington, NC 28401.
Please no phone calls or in person applications.
Job Title: Law Office Assistant/Information Systems Development
Organization: logo
No LinkYoung, Roger
Linked Contact: RelinkRoger Young
Wage/Salary: $10.00
Work Schedule: flexible
Start Date: Immediate
Job Description: Part time reception position. Client intake by telephone.
Database development/management
Client contact development (direct mail and email)
Website enhancement.
Social media implementation
Qualifications: Excellent communication skills in person, by phone and through electronic media.
Database development/management experience
Application Instructions:

Submit resume and cover letter.

Featured Full Time Jobs

Job Title: Senior Training Coordinator
Organization: logo
No LinkPPD
Linked Contact: RelinkHuman Resources
Job Description: The individual in this position is responsible for planning and coordinating the execution of GL&P training programs, as well as providing administrative support to the GL&P Training Operations Team under limited management supervision.
LMS tracking
Monitors shared mailboxes
Livelink updates and intranet gatekeeper
Coordinating training rooms, facilities, materials, travel
Department communications
Meeting Minutes
Ideal candidate will have CRO knowledge and training background.
Qualifications:

Education and Experience:

Associate's degree and 3+ years of administrative

experience, or an equivalent combination of education,

training and professional experience that provides the

individual with the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Excellent organizational skills, strong attention to detail, and

proven ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks effectively.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills and

interpersonal skills including the ability to interact

professionally with different parties (eg internal and external

clients, upper management, vendors)

Ability to interact professionally and communicate well with

other team members and support department employees

from local and distant offices.

Ability to demonstrate sound judgement and decision making

skills based on criteria provided by management, including

keeping confidentiality.

Willingness and ability to handle administrative tasks for

department personnel as needed such as writing meeting

minutes or facilitating departmental communication.

Willing and able to travel.

Ability to work autonomously, be self-motivated and

demonstrate a positive attitude.

Willingness to draft personal performance goals in line with

team goals and strategy for approval by line manager

Willingness and ability to perform manual or administrative

tasks such as packing boxes, moving boxes, copying, filing,

collating, and shipping.

Willingness and ability to perform computer-related tasks

Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office applications

(Powerpoint, Word and Excel)

Ability to work with people of different cultures and languages

Ability to keep calm under pressure whilst maintaining

consistency in quality of work.

Basic understanding of the training function

Willingness and ability to communicate requests and issues

to management in a timely manner and work with

management to implement solutions

Ability to plan and coordinate logistics of training sessions

and materials-delivery in an efficient and cost-effective

manner for both locally-delivered and distance learning

opportunities and adjust as needed with some guidance or

with supervision

Ability to implement changes as required by departmental or

wider corporate decisions

Ability to identify internal and external customers. Ability to

build professional relationships and rapport with their

customers through delivering their required product needs

Willingness to be flexible to meet reprioritised deadlines and

business needs, and ability to implement changes with

supervision.

Good team player, willingness to actively participate and

contribute to the team.

Ability to acknowledge own strengths and weaknesses and

seek feedback from others for self development.

Open and receptive to feedback. Ability to discuss problems

and issues as they arise.

Ability to identify and propose improvements to department

processes

Application Instructions:

https://ppdi.taleo.net/careersection/ppd_north_america/

jobdetail.ftl?job=233482&src=JB-10187

Job Title: Marketing Assistant (Entry Level)
Organization: logo
No LinkHughes Pittman & Gupton, LLP

Linked Contact: RelinkNikita Gowin
Job Description: This newly created position will provide support for the sales and marketing efforts of our growing CPA firm. We are looking for a dynamic individual seeking to start and grow their career in marketing.
At HPG you have a unique opportunity to build a successful and meaningful career while experiencing a balanced quality of life. Your talents, dedication and entrepreneurial spirit are valued and your individual contributions ensure our collective success. We offer a rare combination of big opportunities and a small friendly environment – a combination that sets us apart.
Located in Raleigh, we are a leading certified public accounting firm that has been serving clients in the Research Triangle area for over 30 years. HPG is locally owned and managed, with a national firm practice, providing audit, tax, and business advisory services.
Essential Responsibilities
•Coordinate and provide support for client meetings, seminars, special events, etc.
•Research and assemble information packages on prospective clients
•Maintain Outlook calendars and schedule prospect meetings
•Coordinate website updates and social media communication
•Assist with press releases and other written materials
•Maintain sales pipeline information

We offer competitive compensation and outstanding benefits, including a 401k contribution, firm-paid medical, dental and life insurance for employees, generous paid time off, reasonable hours, and an environment committed to professional growth and a balanced quality of life.

EOE/AA
M/F/D/V
Qualifications: Qualifications Required
•Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from an accredited university
•Excellent organizational skills including project management
•Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office and Internet research
•Experience using multiple social media formats
•Excellent writing skills
Application Instructions: For immediate consideration and to apply, please go to: http://hpg.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2rir2qcvpv3
Only applications submitted through the above link will be considered.
Job Title: Student Financial Resources Data & Records Coordinator
Organization: logo
No LinkBrunswick Community College
Linked Contact: RelinkNicole Williams
Start Date: October 1, 2014
Job Description: GENERAL FUNCTION:
This position is responsible for the timely downloading and processing of student financial aid applications and documentation, the electronic archiving of related records, and the contract and coordination of payment reminders and automated communications from the Office of Student Financial Resources.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
• Enters student data into the Ellucian Colleague system and keeps aid applicant records accurate and up-to-date at all times.
• Monitors and executes the download of applications, awards, and funds for both federal and state aid programs.
• Coordinates the calculation and certification of the College’s Satisfactory Academic Progress process for all students receiving aid on a semester-by-semester basis.
• Maintains record keeping and data management systems; analyzes data; and creates and generates reports from existing database using a computerized financial aid system to determine awards.
• Electronically archives student financial aid data as efficiently as possible.
• Sends automated communications on behalf of the office to provide student with timely information.
• Responds to potential student inquiries by telephone, email, and in-person, and serves as the primary staff member responsible for responding to inquiries to the BCC admissions email address.
• Serves as liaison to professional staff at other institutions participating in consortium agreements with the College.
• Understands and applies current federal, state, and college policies and procedures.
• Additional duties as required by the Director of Student Financial Resources
Qualifications: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
• An associate degree from a regionally accredited institution
• Recordkeeping and reporting experience; experience in a higher education and/or institutional research setting is preferred.
• Proficiency in the MS Office Suite is imperative;
• Confidentiality is imperative; must adhere to and educate others regarding FERPA regulations.
• Strong organizational skills with attention to detail.
• Excellent communication and customer service skills necessary
PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution
• Experience with the administration of Veterans benefits is desired
• Knowledge of Datatel Colleague and Informer Web Reporting
• 3 to 5 years’ experience in a financial aid office
Application Instructions:

A completed and signed Brunswick Community College

application, a letter stating your qualifications related to the

position requirements, skills and abilities, transcripts, and

resume are required.

Applications can be found online at www.brunswickcc.edu

Applicants should send all documents and inquiries to any of

the following:

Human Resources, Brunswick Community College
PO Box 30
Supply, NC, 28462

humanresources@brunswickcc.edu

Fax (910) 754-8229
Telephone: (910) 755-7300

BCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Featured Internships

Job Title: Intern - Internal Audit - Spring 2015
Organization: logo
No LinkAICPA
Linked Contact: RelinkSamantha Alterman
Job Description: Summary:
The purpose of the Internal Audit Intern position is to assist the Internal Audit team in carrying out its mission. The Internal Audit Department’s primary mission is to provide an independent review and appraisal of the organization’s financial, operating and internal control environment to assist the Audit Committee in their responsibilities and duties. As a service to the Board of Directors and to all levels of management, the Internal Audit Team is committed to helping the AICPA achieve an optimal internal control environment.

The Internal Audit Internship program offers extensive on-the-job training and practical application of analytical skills. Interns will participate in individual project meetings as well as broader audit group discussions. Valuable opportunities exist to develop significant professional relationships. The overall goal of the program is for the intern to develop a solid appreciation of the AICPA and the importance role of Internal Audit within the company. Interns achieving solid performance during the program will be considered for extended opportunities.

Must be able to work 30-40 hours/week during the months of January through April for Spring 2015 internship (exact dates will be determined upon hire).

Essential Duties & Responsibilities
◦Assist with conducting external audit and internal operational and IT audits;
◦Become familiar with the COSO Internal Control Integrated Framework;
◦Review of control risk matrices of key processes;
◦Perform walkthroughs of key controls;
◦Execute testing of key internal controls, including application controls;
◦Communicate with business process owners to facilitate completion of work and preliminary findings identified; and
◦Assist with committee preparation, administrative duties, and other ad hoc assignments.

Expected Metrics:
◦Quality
◦Productivity
◦Project management, planning, follow-up and follow-thru
◦Facilitation and administration activities
◦Teamwork
Qualifications: Education Required
•Must be a Junior or Senior currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s Degree program in Accounting or Finance (must have completed Intermediate Accounting I; Advanced Accounting and Auditing are a plus), OR be a recent graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance.
•Minimum overall GPA of 3.00 on 4.00 scale (Must provide transcript).
•Must be able to work 30-40 hours/week during the months of January through April for Spring 2015 internship (exact dates will be determined upon hire).
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required
•Strong time management and organizational skills;
•Good writing and verbal communication skills;
•Positive attitude;
•Ability to work in individual as well as team environment;
•Effective in managing multiple projects; and
•Productive in a fast-paced environment.
Equal Employment Opportunity
AICPA is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All employment decisions are based on business needs without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status or any other applicable legally protected status. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.
Application Instructions:

Please apply directly on our website.

https://jobs-aicpa.icims.com/jobs/2963/internal-audit-risk-%26-compliance---internal-audit-intern---spring-2015/job?mode=prep

Job Title: Stormwater Outreach/Education Internship opportunity
Organization: logo
No LinkCity of Wilmington Storm Water Services
Linked Contact: RelinkJennifer Butler
Job Description: The City of Wilmington Stormwater Services has a paid Stormwater Outreach/Education Internship position available beginning January 2015.
• Ideally, we are looking for a candidate that can intern for multiple semesters, including summer. (Most interns stay for 1.5 - 2 years, which is very beneficial work experience for students seeking jobs after graduation.)
• Hours/days are somewhat flexible to accommodate school schedule, however the candidate must have availability on Tuesdays and Thursdays mornings or early afternoons; Wednesdays are a plus.
• Strong oral and written communication skills, the ability to multi-task and work independently, and Microsoft Office skills are also preferred.
• This is a paid internship at $10.50/hr.
Support various Stormwater outreach and education efforts to include conducting educational presentations for 8th
grade students; delivering pollution prevention programs to community groups and HOAs; coordinating and
implementing special events; developing stormwater education materials such as brochures and newsletter articles;
assisting with media campaigns, grants, and NPDES federal stormwater permit activities and other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Education:
Candidate must be currently enrolled in an accredited college/university working toward a degree in Environmental
Studies, Environmental Science, Biology, Marine Science, Marine Biology, Natural Resource Management, Parks and
Recreation, Public Administration, Education, Communication Studies, EVS post-baccalaureate certificate or related
fields.
Work Schedule:
Prefer that selected intern serve for several consecutive semesters including summer semester; approximately 8-15
hours per week (150 hours for Fall, 150 hours for Spring, 100 hours for summer). Candidate MUST have availability
to give school presentations on Tuesday and Thursday mornings or early afternoons; Wednesday availability is a plus.
Occasional night and weekend work will be required.
Other Requirements: Valid driver's license is required and must meet NC DMV standards.
Application Instructions:

Applications and supplemental questions must be submitted

online and are due by Friday, October 3rd.

To read the complete job description and apply, please visit the

City of Wilmington's Human Resources webpage or

Stormwater Outreach/Education Internship

Students should contact Human Resources if they have

questions.

Job Title: Internship
Organization: logo
No LinkCarahsoft Technology Corporation
Linked Contact: RelinkKathy Kelly
Work Schedule: Part Time
Wage/Salary: $8 per hour
Job Description::

Are you looking for a paid internship opportunity that will

provide you with valuable experience in the field of business?

Carahsoft Technology Corporation currently has an immediate

openings for an internship in our remote office in North

Carolina! Interns will assist in a variety of operational and

administrative projects as well as working with events and

event coordination.

A minimum of 25 hours per week during normal business hours

is required. Must be available to work several hours a day Mon-

Fri from now through the end of the Fall semester.

Carahsoft Technology Corp. is the trusted Government IT

solutions provider. As a top-ranked GSA Schedule Contract

holder, Carahsoft serves as the master government aggregator

for many of its best-of-breed technology vendors, supporting an

extensive ecosystem of software manufacturers, value-added

resellers, system integrators, and consulting partners

committed to helping government agencies select and

implement the best solution at the best possible value.

The company’s dedicated Solutions Divisions proactively

market, sell and deliver VMware, Symantec, EMC, Adobe, F5

Networks, Open Source, HP, SAP, and Innovative and

Intelligence products and services, among others. Carahsoft is

consistently recognized by its partners as a top revenue

producer, and is listed annually among the industry's fastest

growing firms by CRN, Inc., Washington Technology, The

Washington Post, Washington Business Journal, and

SmartCEO. Visit us at www.carahsoft.com to learn more.

Application Instructions: To apply, please submit your resume to Kathy.Kelly@carahsoft.com.

 

 


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