Featured Part Time Jobs (updated 2/19/15)

Job Title: Summer Student Maintenance Worker - on campus
SeaWork Job ID 43994
Organization: banner
No LinkUNCW Housing and Residence Life
Linked Contact: RelinkNic Troutman
Work Schedule Monday-Thursday 7am-4:30 pm and Friday 7am-11am
Wage/Salary: Student Maintenance Workers start at $8.00hr with potential to increase with continued employment
Job Description: -Perform routine maintenance work in residence halls, apartment and suites which includes but is not limited to:
Lifting/Moving Furniture
Changing ceiling lights
Painting
Drywall repair
Ceiling tile replacement
-Perform regular planned and preventative maintenance routines which includes scheduled walkthroughs
-Assist Maintenance Technicians with various remodeling and repair projects
-Communicate the status of jobs that are assigned daily as to the completeness of the task
-Present professional appearance and attitude at all times and maintain a high level of customer service
-Other duties as assigned by the Maintenance Supervisor or Facilities Coordinator
Qualifications: -Applicant must be a UNCW student in good academic & judicial standing
-Must demonstrate excellent public relations and customer service skills
-Committed to successful teamwork with the entire housing staff
-Demonstrate the ability to work under time constraints with scheduled deadlines
-Must have a valid driver's license
-Maintenance or facilities experience is beneficial however not required
Application Instructions: All Application Materials should be turned in at the Office of Housing and Residence Life or emailed directly to the Student Maintenance Supervisor, James Coston, at costonj@uncw.edu
Job Title: Hostess
SeaWork Job ID 43894
Organization: logo
No LinkK-38, Baja Grill
Linked Contact: RelinkCornelia Ruttkay
Job Description: K-38 Inc is searching for upbeat and hardworking hostesses for our restaurants
The ideal candidate will:
-be able to multi-task
-be willing to work hard
-be outgoing and friendly
-have some experience in a fast paced, full service restaurant.
Application Instructions: Interested applicants can apply Monday through Friday from 9:00-5:00 at our main office 5416 Oleander Drive
Job Title: Sample Log-In Assistant
SeaWork Job ID 43975
Organization: logo
No LinkQuality Chemical Laboratories
Linked Contact: RelinkKelli Minneci
Work Schedule: Mon-Fri; 20-25 hours/week
Job Description: Quality Chemical Laboratories (QCL), a pharmaceutical testing and development lab in Wilmington, currently has an opening for a part-time sample log-in assistant. (Monday-Friday, 20-25 hours/week) This position includes general duties such as data package assembly, copying/scanning documents, filing, data entry, etc. Applicants should be mature, hard working, and dependable with a good work ethic. Basic computer skills required. Resumes may be emailed to; hrmanager@qualitychemlabs.com
Application Instructions:

Qualified candidates should email resumes to; hrmanager@qualitychemlabs.com

Featured Full Time Jobs

Job Title: District Manager Trainee (Leadership Program Participant)
SeaWork Job ID 44017
Organization: logo
No LinkWILCOHESS LLC.
Linked Contact: RelinkJava Hardge
Job Description: As a Leadership Program Participant (LPP), the District Manager Trainee (DMT) position is an entry level position designed for both the career-minded college graduate and the experienced retail professional. This position is primarily designed to prepare an individual to oversee 8-11 retail convenience store locations as a District Manager, but may be tailored for a parallel career path position in one of the other major areas of the training program, such as Regional Human Resources Representative, Field Marketing Coordinator, Field Auditor, among others (as openings are available).
The in-depth, hands-on training program is approximately 12 months long and is divided into two phases. Phase I consists of learning store operations and assignment in operating a store. During phase II, the LPP receives training with field and corporate personnel, including Field Management, Human Resources, Marketing, Merchandising, and Safety & Security.
Overview:
•Upon completion of training, the District Manager is responsible for Profit and Loss management including: planning budgets, maximizing sales, and controlling expenses.
•Other key responsibilities include: staffing, training and supervising Store Managers, implementing merchandising programs, controlling cash and inventory, motivating and teambuilding, and promoting excellent customer service.
•A company car is provided to District Managers for business use. District Managers also are challenged by a bonus program that rewards store performance and profitability.
Qualifications: •Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in a business related major, is required.
•Previous management experience within a service or retail business is preferred.
•Prior multi-unit management experience is helpful.
•While the career growth potential within and beyond this position is incredible, this position does require someone who is self-motivated, has 24/7 flexibility, and is willing to relocate upon the completion of training.
Application Instructions:

Please submit a resume to HardgeJ@wilcousa.com

Job Title: Project Handler
SeaWork Job ID 43930
Organization: logo
No LinkUnderwriters Laboratories, Inc.

Linked Contact: RelinkWarren Fields
Work Schedule 40hr/week
Wage/Salary: 30-40k
Job Description: Your Responsibilities

We are looking for a dynamic individual to work in our Consumer Technology group for Product Safety. Our group is growing and we are looking for energetic and customer focused individuals! We are looking for individuals with the ability to manage multiple technical projects and work to ensure these projects are completed on time for our customers.

This person will manage execution and timely completion of projects by analyzing project scope and determining project specifications, establishing test programs for product investigations, analyzing test programs for adequacy and sequence, examining samples for compliance with UL requirements, and preparing reports for clients.

He/she will also:
Determine project scope based on technical documentation from customers, develop a preliminary plan of investigation, and determine project specifications such as cost, time, and sample requirements by analyzing client input, available supplemental data, and product construction. Projects may include travel to conduct or witness tests at client sites.
Initiate communication with clients to promote and explain the benefits of new and existing services. Follow up on contacts from clients. Communicates with clients to discuss technical issues, explain UL procedures and requirements convey project cost, and negotiate completion date and sample requirements. Acts to address client concerns and to resolve client issues. Provide technical assistance to clients in reference to product inspection and follow-up services.
Establish appropriate test programs by reviewing files and manufacturer's information, examining samples, and applying UL requirements. Become familiar with applicable standards, company manuals and appropriate technical literature. Examine samples for compliance with international safety requirements and notifies customer of any areas in which the product is not in compliance or of any changes in project scope or specifications.
Coordinate laboratory activities by preparing data sheets and instructions to lab technicians, scheduling and reviewing work of laboratory technicians, and establishing completion dates. Coordinate administrative aspects of project management.
Communicate project status and results to clients through frequent contact and by preparing reports.
Integrate continuous improvement concepts and techniques into all aspects of the job.
Assist in the development of UL requirements. Assist in developing special test methods and test equipment. Analyze test program for adequacy and sequence. May coordinate and/or perform File Reviews, as directed. May represent UL at industry related functions such as seminars and trade shows.
Qualifications: Our Ideal Candidate will:
- Have a 2 year or 4 year University education.
- Be able to effective communicate with customers and colleagues
- Have an intense drive for success
- Be self-motivated
- Be able to work as part of a team to achieve success
- Can make effective decisions under pressure
- Ability to handle multiple tasks/projects
- Manages project on-time delivery
Application Instructions: Applicant can apply on UL.com website.
Search for IRC58752 for this open position.
Job Title: Environmental Senior Specialist
SeaWork Job ID 43924
Organization: logo
RelinkNC Division of Coastal Management
Wage/Salary: $44,347.00 - $72,346.00 Annually
Job Description: The Division of Coastal Management (DCM) is seeking a qualified individual to complement the Division’s existing skill sets. This employee will provide policy analysis support to the Coastal Resources Commission (CRC) and Coastal Resources Advisory Council (CRAC) on a variety of issues and special projects, and will work closely with other staff at DCM and the NC Coastal Reserves. This position will also provide staff support to the CRC’s Science Panel as needed.

The employee will be responsible for researching state of the art changes in science and management approaches as they relate to coastal and ocean management, and for providing technical expertise as it relates to evaluating coastal rules and policies, including the analysis of potential fiscal impacts of proposed rules. The employee will have a contributing role in ensuring that the CRC’s rules capture the Commission's intent, are internally consistent, and are prepared in compliance with enabling legislation and the NC Administrative Procedures Act (APA). The employee will need to stay up to date on laws and issues affecting the NC coast.

This employee must have the ability to build and maintain relationships with external partners in NC and other coastal states, both in the governmental and non-governmental sectors. The employee must be able to provide outstanding customer service to the public, and should have the ability to work independently and as a team member. The employee will initiate and manage special projects as assigned, and will be required to prepare memos and make public presentations on complex and controversial topics. It will be helpful for this employee to be proficient in using ESRI GIS applications.

Some overnight travel (in-state and out-of-state) is required.
Qualifications: Knowledge of current issues facing coastal North Carolina and a general understanding of North Carolina coastal processes is required.
High proficiency in the use of personal computers is required.
Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with representatives of state, local and federal units of government and the public is necessary.
Demonstrated ability to organize, analyze and effectively communicate in oral and written form and to analyze objectives and determine effective courses of action is required.
Knowledge of the federal Coastal Zone Management Act, NC Coastal Area Management Act, and the NC Dredge and Fill Law.
A valid driver’s license is required.
Manager’s Preference: Proficiency with commonly used software for GIS and statistical analysis. Master’s degree.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in one of the agricultural, biological, engineering, environmental or natural resource sciences or a closely related curriculum from an appropriately accredited institution and two years of experience related to the area of assignment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Application Instructions:

To apply for this position, please click APPLY link above. All relevant experience must be included in the work experience section of the application to receive proper credit. Any information on an attachment or omitted from the application form will not be considered for qualifying credit. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of the state application. Persons eligible for veteran preference must submit a copy of Form DD-214. DENR uses the Merit-Based Recruitment and Selection Plan to fill positions subject to the State Personnel Act with the most qualified applicants. When a salary range is posted, the actual salary will be based on relevant competencies, knowledge, skills and abilities, internal equity and budgetary considerations pertinent to the advertised position. The State of North Carolina is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

For additional information about this posting, please contact: Theresa Sutton at 252-808-80

Featured Internships

Job Title: Intern
SeaWork Job ID 43897
Organization: logo
No LinkBlue Hand Home
Linked Contact: RelinkAnna Cullipher
Wage/Salary: unpaid
Job Description: Retail Lifestyle Furniture, Décor , Women's accessories and gifts Merchandising Assistant.
Includes maintaining social media presence and merchandise web site prep including photography.

Maintaining and designing merchandising displays over Multiple Dynamics.

Furniture Groupings , include rugs, sofas, chairs, accent and coffee tables, tables top accessories, pillows. art and lighting-
includes receiving orders, unpacking, inventory, stock supply control and merchandising

Bluetique - In store women's accessories and jewelry - Design & Maintain accessories and jewelry displays -
includes receiving orders, unpacking inventory, stock supply control and merchandising.

Gifts & Table Top- Same Duties & Objectives

Customer Service Aspect- also assist customers with selection in all areas

Leaning Objectives/ Outcomes

- Intern will gain comprehensive on the job education re: ordering merchandise, observing and implementing trends manifested through sourcing and purchasing all categories or merchandise -

- Intern will work along side with owners and benefit from exposure to 20 years experience of operating a successful 4000 square foot retail store and web site

- intern will gain insight into excellent customer service in store and on line
Application Instructions:

Anna Cullipher

Job Title: CarMax Procurement Intern
SeaWork Job ID 43817
Organization: logo
No LinkCarMax
Linked Contact: RelinkKelly Huk
Job Description: CarMax Procurement is seeking a talented individual with a passion for supply chain management for a paid summer internship at our Home Office in Richmond, Virginia. The intern will be responsible for securing housing and daily transportation (no public transportation is available to our Home Office).

What is CarMax?
• A great place to work. We’re proud to be one of FORTUNE®’s "100 Best Companies to Work For." We have a fun and casual environment with perks like an on-campus fitness center and café, and everyday casual attire.
• An industry leader with huge growth potential. CarMax has revolutionized the auto industry by making car buying easy. As the nation’s largest retailer of used cars, we currently have 120 stores in 60 markets, nearly $11 billion in annual sales, and an overwhelmingly positive consumer response. The biggest opportunities lie ahead: we hold only a 3% share of the late-model used car market, allowing room for exponential growth.

What does a Procurement Intern do at CarMax?
The work our interns perform is very similar to the work full-time Associates do. We are hiring individuals who are interested in:

• Functioning as an assistant within the Procurement Center creating tickets based on customer requests
• Communicating with customers
• Researching documentation for Knowledge Base
• Researching and contacting suppliers for product images
• Review and edit copy content for email templates
• Assist with ad hoc projects for the department
Qualifications: What are some of the characteristics of an ideal candidate?

• Comprehension of purchase order documents
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
• Demonstrated top caliber analytic and problem-solving skills
• Strong communication (verbal and written)
• Team oriented
• A rising junior or senior in a 4-year degree program (Supply Chain Management, Procurement, Business Administration or Accounting preferred)
• A history of achievement and aptitude demonstrated by a strong GPA, and/or other recognition such as scholarships, awards, and honor societies


Candidates must be legally authorized to work for any U.S. employer on a full-time basis without the need for sponsorship now or in the future.
Application Instructions: Please apply via SeaWork
Job Title: Marketing & Social Media Development Intern
SeaWork Job ID 43825
Organization: logo
No LinkCommunity Boys & Girls Club
Linked Contact: RelinkJessica Barker
Work Schedule Flexible
Wage/Salary: Unpaid Internship
Start Date: Flexible
End Date: May 2015
Job Description: Community Boys & Girls Club of Wilmington is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to inspire and enable young people, especially those youth from disadvantaged circumstances and backgrounds, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens that achieve their highest goals. Community Boys & Girls Club seeks an intern for the Resource and Marketing Development Department. During your internship, you will help Community Boys & Girls Club build the organization's online presence, reach a larger audience, research marketing and social media strategies, while assisting the Resource Development and Marketing Team with other activities as needed.

This internship position will provide someone with substantial experience in non-profit marketing development and management, researching social networking strategies and trends, in addition to gaining valuable office experience working in a non-profit environment. Hour Commitment and scheduling are flexible and open to negotiation based on student's class schedule.

Duties include, but are not limited to the following:
- Research of social network marketing trends.
- Report of these findings and implementation of relevant strategies.
-Gather, post, and assist with managing content on our Facebook page.
-Assist with drafting e-newsletters.
-Attending fundraising events for marketing development (on occasion).
-Track, update, and maintain marketing materials for internal and external distribution.
-Assist with drafting flyers for events and programs.
Qualifications: - Excellent computer skills in MS word and able to learn new programs quickly.
-Strong understanding of social media and social networking.
-Ability to assist with researching trends and best practices.
-Strong attention to detail.
-Strong organizational ability.
-Ability to operate standard office equipment (computer, printer, etc.).
-Strong writing and verbal communication skills.
-Ability to multi-task
-Interest in marketing and development
Application Instructions: This is an unpaid internship. You may use this internship to participate in the CIP program at UNCW as well.

To apply, please send a resume and a brief, one-paged cover letter to Jessica Barker, Program Development Officer at jbarker.cbgcw@gmail.com.

Please indicate the days of the week and number of hours you are seeking.

 

 


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