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Junior Project Manager at Cmczona LLC

Employer: Cmczona LLC
Expires: 03/09/2024
Company Description:Cmczona LLC, founded in 2009 by Christopher Coleman, a graduate in engineering management and entrepreneurship from the University of Arizona, is a business development and information technology solution provider. Specializing in delivering cost-effective, reliable, and high-quality services, Cmczona LLC offers a comprehensive range of turnkey business and IT solutions, including website design, advertising design, and document formatting.Role Description:We are seeking a Junior Project Manager for a remote contract position with the potential to transition into a full-time role. The ideal candidate is a college student or recent graduate with leadership qualities and strong communication skills. As a natural leader with effective communication abilities, you will oversee expediting, project management, operations, and logistics. Your responsibilities will include tracking project progress, managing timelines, coordinating with vendors, and collaborating with cross-functional teams to ensure successful project delivery. Exceptional customer service is paramount.Requirements and Qualifications:Project management, logistics management, and organizational skills are essential.Creativity, problem-solving ability, and strong attention to detail are required.Excellent communication and leadership skills are a must.A bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Engineering, or related field is preferred.Experience in project management, logistics management, IT, or software development is advantageous.Proficiency in Excel and data management is a plus.Additional Information:Candidates located in Arizona, Texas, Alabama, or Florida are preferred, although this is a remote position. Bonus points will be awarded for Excel proficiency, data management skills, entrepreneurial spirit, and involvement in extracurricular activities such as sports, clubs, networking, or Greek life.Opportunities for Growth:This role offers unlimited potential for professional and personal growth, with the possibility of assuming leadership roles and managing clients independently in the future. We prioritize the development and advancement of our team members.Application Details:Interested candidates should be college students or recent graduates who meet the specified criteria. Please refrain from applying if overqualified. You will be assisting with projects for Cmczona.com, Carbon-Wrap.com, and firstdefense.ai, with website launches scheduled for March. THIS IS FOR FULL TIME 30-40 HOURS/WEEKFOR PART TIME 15-25 HOURS/WEEK APPLY TO OTHER POSTING IF YOU APPLY MULTIPLE TIMES  TO MULTIPLE POSITION YOUR RESUME WILL NOT BE COSIDEREDIF YOU DIRECTLY EMAIL YOUR RESUME WITHOUT APPLYING YOU WILL NOT BE CONSIDEREDIF YOU USE PREGENERATED RESPONSES TO MESSAGE ME OR EMAIL ME YOU WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED IF YOU APPLY AND DON'T MEET THE QUALIFICATIONS YOU WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED WE WILL REVIEW RESUMES MARCH 1, 2024 AND SCHEDULE YOU IF WE FEEL YOU'RE A GOOD FIT!!!!!!!   

Junior Project Manager at Cmczona LLC

Employer: Cmczona LLC
Expires: 04/16/2024
Company Description:Cmczona LLC, founded in 2009 by Christopher Coleman, a graduate in engineering management and entrepreneurship from the University of Arizona, is a business development and information technology solution provider. Specializing in delivering cost-effective, reliable, and high-quality services, Cmczona LLC offers a comprehensive range of turnkey business and IT solutions, including website design, advertising design, and document formatting.Role Description:We are seeking a Junior Project Manager for a remote contract position with the potential to transition into a full-time role. The ideal candidate is a college student or recent graduate with leadership qualities and strong communication skills. As a natural leader with effective communication abilities, you will oversee expediting, project management, operations, and logistics. Your responsibilities will include tracking project progress, managing timelines, coordinating with vendors, and collaborating with cross-functional teams to ensure successful project delivery. Exceptional customer service is paramount.Requirements and Qualifications:Project management, logistics management, and organizational skills are essential.Creativity, problem-solving ability, and strong attention to detail are required.Excellent communication and leadership skills are a must.A bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Engineering, or related field is preferred.Experience in project management, logistics management, IT, or software development is advantageous.Proficiency in Excel and data management is a plus.Additional Information:Candidates located in Arizona, Texas, Alabama, or Florida are preferred, although this is a remote position. Bonus points will be awarded for Excel proficiency, data management skills, entrepreneurial spirit, and involvement in extracurricular activities such as sports, clubs, networking, or Greek life.Opportunities for Growth:This role offers unlimited potential for professional and personal growth, with the possibility of assuming leadership roles and managing clients independently in the future. We prioritize the development and advancement of our team members.Application Details:Interested candidates should be college students or recent graduates who meet the specified criteria. Please refrain from applying if overqualified. You will be assisting with projects for Cmczona.com, Carbon-Wrap.com, and firstdefense.ai, with website launches scheduled for March. THIS IS FOR FULL TIME 30-40 HOURS/WEEKFOR PART TIME 15-25 HOURS/WEEK APPLY TO OTHER POSTING IF YOU APPLY MULTIPLE TIMES  TO MULTIPLE POSITION YOUR RESUME WILL NOT BE COSIDEREDIF YOU DIRECTLY EMAIL YOUR RESUME WITHOUT APPLYING YOU WILL NOT BE CONSIDEREDIF YOU USE PREGENERATED RESPONSES TO MESSAGE ME OR EMAIL ME YOU WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED IF YOU APPLY AND DON'T MEET THE QUALIFICATIONS YOU WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED WE WILL REVIEW RESUME MARCH 1, 2024 AND SCHEDULE YOU IF WE FEEL YOU'RE A GOOD FIT!!!!!!!   

Systems Engineer at MxV Rail

Employer: MxV Rail
Expires: 03/13/2024
 Overview:MxV Rail’s Communications & Train Control (C&TC) team assists the railroad industry in designing, defining, modeling, testing, and evaluating C&TC technologies. We seek a talented and highly motivated engineer to support current and next-generation train control technology and railway operations research. The successful candidate will support the research of Positive Train Control (PTC) systems, railroad wireless communications, radio technology performance, railroad safety systems, automation technology, lifecycle management, and/or other C&TC areas of activity.About MxV Rail:Located near the foot of the beautiful Rocky Mountain Front Range, MxV Rail is the world’s premier rail advisory because we have the expertise to keep our industry moving forward. Toward safer equipment and people. More transformative technology. Toward more efficient operations and fewer emissions. We are called MxV Rail because it is the formula for momentum, and that’s what we deliver. We advance our industry, our clients, and the best ideas. We help set the standards and solve immediate and long-standing challenges. We put breakthrough technologies to the test, and train first responders how to do things right when things go wrong. In partnership, we safely experiment, learn, adapt, and advance, so our clients can thrive.Primary Responsibilities:The Systems Engineer is responsible for providing professional engineering and scientific services to internal and external customers as directed by the Staff Leader. This role involves using engineering principles, data analysis, systems engineering, database management/querying, and programming languages for research and engineering of communication and train control systems. The successful candidate may participate in all phases of projects by assisting in proposal preparation, requirements development, modeling, implementation, test planning, test execution, data analysis, presentations, and report writing. The following list describes the primary tasks the Systems Engineer is responsible for:Support the development of system concepts and formal system Concepts of Operations documents.Participate in problem definition and technical needs analysis.Support the development of systems engineering documentation, including formal system functional and performance requirements and interface specifications.Work independently or within a multi-disciplinary group composed of MxV Rail staff, railroad personnel, and vendor product development personnel.Support the development of requirement verification methods.Support the definition and execution of formal test cases and test programs.Perform data collection, organization, and analysis using common, customized tools and techniques.Perform requirements tracing tasks within requirements management tools.Learn the use and application of industry-specific models and simulations.Supports technology research and development activities.Duties may also include project management assignments.Required Skills & Abilities:Bachelor’s degree in engineering, engineering-related field, computer science, or equivalent experience.Familiarity with systems engineering concepts, particularly the system definition process (requirements analysis, system concept definition, and requirements definition) and test methodology (test case definition, test design).Exposure to projects involving the development of practical solutions to unique, open-ended problems.Ability to apply logical and methodical approaches to solving engineering problems.Excellent verbal and written communication, along with demonstrable public speaking skills. Capable of preparing and delivering technical presentations to scientific groups. Strong interpersonal and communication skills with internal engineering teams and customers are essential.Ability to work independently and within a team from a hybrid work environment.Demonstrable computer skills, with experience using Microsoft® Office products, including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.Open to learning and living the MxV Rail values (Momentum, Insight, Teamwork, Rigor, Purpose) in all facets of the organization's work.MxV Rail policy requires all prospective employees to complete a criminal background check (Disclosure for Consumer Reports Consent Form) and a pre-employment substance abuse screening (Applicant Consent for Drug Testing Form) as a condition of employment. Preferred Qualifications: Familiarity with the development of formal systems engineering documentation.Familiarity with, or basic understanding of, risk/threat/hazard analysis.Experience with requirements management, including requirements management tools and requirements tracing activities.Experience working with engineering projects related to PTC systems.Proficient in testing methods, data collection, analysis techniques, and reporting.Experience in testing against system requirements, including familiarity with test case management and software tools and traceability of test cases to system requirements.Experience with computer-based analysis, computer-aided design, and computer-based modeling.Experience with reliability, availability, and maintainability (RAM) analysis concepts.Ability to aggregate and analyze large complex data sets from diverse sources and structures.Working Environment and Level of Physical Activity:The conditions herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.Environment: Office and field environments. Must be able to walk in an industrial and/or railroad environment, including uneven surfaces such as ballast.Vision: See in the normal visual range with or without correction; vision sufficient to read computer screens and printed documents.Hearing: Hear in the normal audio range with or without correction.Travel: Travel will be required to support projects, training, C&TC meetings, industry events, and outreach. Travel is estimated at 15%.Benefits Overview:Health, Dental, Life, and Vision InsuranceRailroad Retirement401(k) Program with Company MatchAAR Pension PlanLife Insurance (life, accident, or disability insurance)Paid Holidays, Vacation, and Sick TimeIncentive Compensation ProgramFortnight ScheduleRemote WorkEmployee Assistance ProgramFlexible Spending AccountTuition ReimbursementWellness Program MxV Rail is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to marital status, race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy), genetic information, disability, veteran status, gender, gender identity expression, sexual orientation, intersectionality of sex with race and ethnicity, or any other legally protected status not related to a person’s ability to do a job. MxV Rail is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, please email [email protected]

Sales Enablement Intern at Seagate Technology

Employer: Seagate Technology
Expires: 04/01/2024
About our group: We are a dynamic and growing team that empowers our sales team with the training, content, and support they need to succeed. We are looking for an intern who can help us with Sales Enablement projects. About the role - you will: Develop and implement a motivation program and a sales recognition initiativeEnhance the communication medium of sales training, content, and toolsEngage with sales and stakeholders to understand their needs and preferencesWork on sales enablement projects that align with our sales strategy and business goalsProvide content development and structuring supportInteract with key stakeholders like marketing and product management teamsSupport training and key meetings coordination and communicationsSupport sales enablement team in preparing for worldwide sales meetingCommunicate regularly with team members and stakeholders to drive improvements About you: Excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skillsAbility to handle multiple projects in parallel and deliver them on timeGenuine interest in learning and collaborating with othersAdaptability to change and new technologiesKeen attention to detail and excellent analytical thinking abilitiesA fast learner, innovative, want a challenge, and eager to make an impact Your experience includes: Proficiency with content creation tools like video editing, Learning management systems, and PowerPointProficiency with Salesforce or other CRM tools (preferred)Proficiency with MS Office Suite, particularly PowerPoint and ExcelCurrent student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree or higher in Business discipline or related field and returning to classes in Fall 2024 Location: Longmont, CO or Remote US Seagate is able to offer virtual employment for this position in the following states: AL, AZ, CO, CT, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MD, MI, MN, MO, NC, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NV, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI, WY.  Our Longmont product-design campus is nestled against the foothills with exceptional views of the Rocky Mountains. Here at work, you can grab breakfast and lunch in the on-site cafeteria or get an afternoon espresso, prepared by a professional barista. Our 1,500+ employees enjoy an active on-site experience from sporting activities (get in a few laps at lunch on our 1-mile walking path around campus, play ping-pong or volleyball, or stop in our 24- hour fitness center for a group or individual workout) to community service and many employee resource groups including Pride!, Women’s Leadership Network and a Young Professionals Network. Colorado's 2021 Equal Pay for Equal Work Act (SB 19-085) requires we inform you of the estimated base salary range for this position: $19 – $28. Actual salary range is based on the regional labor market of the role in the geography in which you live based on the requirements of the job and your skills. This posted salary range is a good faith and reasonable estimate, and Seagate reserves the right to adjust this range depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate. Seagate offers comprehensive benefits to its eligible employees; including, but not limited to, medical, dental, vision and life insurance, short- and long-term disability, annual variable pay bonus, 401(k), employee stock purchase plan, flexible and dependent care spending accounts, health care spending account, flexible time off/vacation, paid holidays and paid parental leave.  Location: Longmont, United States, Remote United StatesTravel: None

Construction Analyst (Construction Estimator) at U.S. Small Business Administration

Employer: U.S. Small Business Administration
Expires: 02/29/2024
SummaryYou will serve as a/an Construction Analyst for the Small Business Administration (SBA), US Small Business Administration, Processing and Disbursement Center - PDC Processing and Disbursement Center in Fort Worth, Texas. This position is in the Loss Verification department. The incumbent performs damage verification for homeowners, associations and businesses seeking funds for the repair, rehabilitation or replacement of disaster damage to personal, real or business property.DutiesAs a/an Construction Analyst at the GS-0828-9/11, some of your typical work assignments may include:Evaluates project documentation such as contractor's estimates and proposals, engineering reports, construction plan/blueprints, insurance adjuster's reports, tax returns, financial statements and other supporting documentation. Properties include single-family homes, smaller apartment/condominium buildings, and typical commercial businesses.Re-evaluates the extent of disaster damage and/or costs to repair disaster-related damage in cases of construction cost overruns, hidden damage, omissions, changes in code requirements, elective upgrades, etc. Verifying the repair or replacement cost of such damage; and making disbursement recommendations to complete the needed restorations.Advises borrowers on matters concerning policy requirements and limitations. Communication with the disaster survivors and project contractors. Writes disbursement recommendations with complete documentation and justifications to support the recommendation.RequirementsConditions of EmploymentU.S. citizenship is required.Favorable background investigation and credit check are required.You may be required to complete a one-year probationary period.This is not a bargaining unit position.A valid driver's license may be required.Credit score below 500 may negatively impact consideration in the hiring process.QualificationsThis position has an individual occupation requirement (IOR) that must be met to be considered. Please ensure to read the following section to ensure you meet these requirements.In order to be rated as qualified for this position, we must be able to determine that you meet the qualification requirements - please be sure to include this information in your resume. No assumptions will be made about your experience.For the GS-09/11 level:1. Undergraduate and Graduate Education: Major study -- architecture, engineering, building construction, or other fields related to the position.(transcripts must be provided with application)OR2. Experience in the preparation or review of plans, specifications, or estimates of materials and costs for the construction, extension, alteration, or repair of buildings. Applicants should have knowledge of the residential construction field, and experience in the development of plans and specifications, and in negotiation work. This experience may have been obtained working as a contractor or as a draftsperson in an architectural engineering firm. However, any drafting experience must have provided an opportunity to acquire technical knowledge.Appropriate experience includes working with diverse construction materials (brick, lumber, reinforced concrete, steel) and types of structures (housing, single-family dwellings and multi-family apartment units, and industrial and commercial structures). Applicants should be familiar with matters such as planning a subdivision, laying out traffic flow in a multi-family apartment structure, or working out specification problems in plans.In addition to the IOR, you must possess the required specialized experience at or equivalent to the next lower grade level that is equivalent in difficulty and complexity.Generally, time in Non-Pay status is not creditable towards the specialized experience requirement listed below.You must meet all qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement.You may qualify based on experience, education or a combination of both.Experience: To receive credit, you must indicate the month and year as well as the average hours worked per week for each employer. Average work hours must be stated on the resume to quantify each period of work experience or that experience will not be credited toward meeting the specialized experience requirement.You must address the specific specialized experience required for each grade level of this position on your resume or you will be rated "Ineligible" for that grade level.GS-09: To qualify you must have at least 1 full year (52 weeks) of specialized experience equivalent in difficulty and complexity to the GS-07 level in the Federal service that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skill, and ability to perform successfully in this position. This experience may have been gained in a Non-Federal service position. In addition, this Specialized Experience must demonstrate the following:Estimating the cost of material and labor to remodel, repair, renovate, or construct homes.Completing work assignments using computer equipment and programs ANDUnderstanding of building codes and how they apply to repair/replacement project.GS-11: To qualify you must have at least 1 full year (52 weeks) of specialized experience equivalent in difficulty and complexity to the GS-09 level in the Federal service that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skill, and ability to perform successfully in this position. In addition, this Specialized Experience must demonstrate the following:Estimating the cost of material and labor to remodel, repair, renovate, or construct homes AND businesses.Completing work assignments using computer equipment and programs ANDUnderstanding of building codes and how they apply to repair/replacement project.Additional information on the qualification requirements is outlined in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook of General Schedule Positions. It is available for your review on OPM's Qualifications website:Qualification Standards: Construction Analyst Series 0828 (opm.gov) Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g. Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. EducationIf qualifying based on education, you must submit transcripts by the closing date of this announcement or you will not be found eligible.GS-09: Must have a Master's or equivalent graduate degree in architecture, engineering, building construction, or other fields related to the position from an accredited college or university, or 2 full years (36 semester hours or equivalent) of related progressively higher-level graduate education leading to such a degree.GS-11: Must have a Doctorate or equivalent graduate degree in architecture, engineering, building construction, or other fields related to the position from an accredited college or university, or 3 full years (54 semester hours or equivalent) of related progressively higher-level graduate education leading to such a degree.ORA combination of experience and education as indicated above. 

Junior Project Manager at Cmczona LLC

Employer: Cmczona LLC
Expires: 03/04/2024
Company Description:Cmczona LLC, founded in 2009 by Christopher Coleman, a graduate in engineering management and entrepreneurship from the University of Arizona, is a business development and information technology solution provider. Specializing in delivering cost-effective, reliable, and high-quality services, Cmczona LLC offers a comprehensive range of turnkey business and IT solutions, including website design, advertising design, and document formatting.Role Description:We are seeking a Junior Project Manager for a remote contract position with the potential to transition into a full-time role. The ideal candidate is a college student or recent graduate with leadership qualities and strong communication skills. As a natural leader with effective communication abilities, you will oversee expediting, project management, operations, and logistics. Your responsibilities will include tracking project progress, managing timelines, coordinating with vendors, and collaborating with cross-functional teams to ensure successful project delivery. Exceptional customer service is paramount.Requirements and Qualifications:Project management, logistics management, and organizational skills are essential.Creativity, problem-solving ability, and strong attention to detail are required.Excellent communication and leadership skills are a must.A bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Engineering, or related field is preferred.Experience in project management, logistics management, IT, or software development is advantageous.Proficiency in Excel and data management is a plus.Additional Information:Candidates located in Arizona, Texas, Alabama, or Florida are preferred, although this is a remote position. Bonus points will be awarded for Excel proficiency, data management skills, entrepreneurial spirit, and involvement in extracurricular activities such as sports, clubs, networking, or Greek life.Opportunities for Growth:This role offers unlimited potential for professional and personal growth, with the possibility of assuming leadership roles and managing clients independently in the future. We prioritize the development and advancement of our team members.Application Details:Interested candidates should be college students or recent graduates who meet the specified criteria. Please refrain from applying if overqualified. You will be assisting with projects for Cmczona.com, Carbon-Wrap.com, and firstdefense.ai, with website launches scheduled for March. THIS IS FOR FULL TIME 30-40 HOURS/WEEKFOR PART TIME 15-25 HOURS/WEEK APPLY TO OTHER POSTING   

2024 Video Editing Intern at Immutable Labs

Employer: Immutable Labs
Expires: 03/31/2024
About Us:Immutable Labs is at the forefront of technology and innovation, dedicated to delivering cutting-edge solutions in the artificial intelligence industry. We are currently seeking a creative and driven Video Editing Intern to join our dynamic team. This is an excellent opportunity for someone passionate about video production, looking to gain hands-on experience editing YouTube videos, podcasts, and short-form content for a tech-savvy audience. What You Will Do:- Video Editing: You'll be responsible for the cutting, splicing, and post-processing of video content to create engaging and high-quality videos for our YouTube channel, podcasts, and social media platforms.- Content Creation: Assist in the production of short-form content, adding labels, and simple animations to enhance viewer engagement. Audioform visual generation for podcasts- Collaboration: Work closely with our content creation team to brainstorm ideas, storyboard, and bring creative concepts to life.- Learning and Development: Gain experience using industry-standard video editing software and technologies, with opportunities to expand your skills and knowledge in digital content creation. What We’re Looking For:- Basic proficiency in video editing with a willingness to learn and adapt to industry-standard technologies (e.g., Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, After Effects).- Creativity and a good eye for design, able to incorporate simple animations and graphics to make content more engaging.- Excellent communication skills and the ability to work well in a team environment.- Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and meet tight deadlines.- Passionate about technology, with a keen interest in staying abreast of the latest trends in video content creation. Educational Requirements:- We at Immutable Labs prioritize the quality of work first and are open to applicants of all backgrounds. Let your portfolio speak for you.  How to Apply:Please submit your resume along with a portfolio of your video editing work (links to YouTube videos, digital portfolios, etc.) to [email protected]. The portfolio should showcase your editing skills, creativity, and ability to produce content that engages a wide audience. Note: This is a paid internship opportunity.  We are excited to welcome an intern who is ready to contribute their talents to our team and learn along the way. If you are passionate about video editing and eager to make an impact in the tech industry, we encourage you to apply! Immutable Labs is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Voluntary Carbon Market Summer Intern at EcoEngineers

Employer: EcoEngineers
Expires: 08/16/2024
The Voluntary Carbon Market Summer Intern will assist EcoEngineers in projects across the spectrum of the voluntary carbon market. Assisting with such tasks as methodology gap assessment, cataloging existing methodologies, participation in carbon removal project assessments and writing carbon project design documents. The Voluntary Carbon Market Intern is an introductory-level position for someone with interest in carbon market project, data analysis related to greenhouse gas emissions, and atmospheric carbon removal. Interns will have the opportunity to apply knowledge and skills they have acquired in college to real-world, professional-level work. The position is full-time/hourly and will run from May – August 2024.Required Qualifications:A graduate student within 1-2 years of graduationActively pursuing a degree in climate science or carbon accounting.Ability to work fulltime 5 days per weekCore Abilities:High degree of personal responsibility and positive attitudeAbility to communicate effectively and work within a teamDetail‐oriented and quality-focusedEffective in time and project-managementStrong data analysis, critical thinking, and problem-solving skillsProficiency with computer software including Microsoft SuiteFamiliarity with ISO 14064 standards and their key terms (i.e., Additionality, Leakage, etc.)Preferred Abilities:Experience working with carbon removal projectsKnowledge of the voluntary carbon marketKnowledge of scope accounting practicesExperience working in a professional environment

Geothermal Fellows Program: U.S. Department of Energy at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education - Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
Expires: 08/16/2024
Note that you must apply through the link in this posting for your application to be considered. Applications will not be accepted through any other platform as they must be screened for eligibility and DOE compliance.STIPEND RANGE: $68,000 - $94,000 (and up - *Stipend rates are determined by DOE officials and are based on the candidate’s academic and professional background.)BENEFITS:·       Competitive stipend·       Health insurance allowance·       Up to $5,000 relocation reimbursement·       Up to $10,000 research materials and travel allowance·       Federal holidays observed·       Hybrid and remote participation optionsApply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-STP-GTO-2023-1400Selections Start This Summer! (Applications reviewed on a rolling basis afterwards)The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy's (EERE) Science, Technology, and Policy (STP) Program serves as a next step in the educational and professional development of scientists and engineers by providing opportunities to participate in policy-related projects in Washington, D.C. Participants will become part of a group of highly-trained scientists and engineers with the education, background, and experience to be part of the workforce that supports the DOE's mission in the future. The Geothermal Technologies Office (GTO) is committed to reduce costs and risks associated with geothermal development by supporting innovative technologies that address key technical and operational challenges. The GTO portfolio includes research, development, demonstration, and deployment (RDD&D) activities spanning geothermal power, heating, and cooling technologies such as district heating and geothermal heat pumps, and thermal energy storage. There is also a key focus within GTO on integrating energy equity and environmental justice, workforce development, and diversity, equity, and inclusion priorities into individual awards and overarching initiatives.The Geothermal Technologies Office seeks talented and innovative individuals to engage in innovation and collaboration in clean energy initiatives. This Fellowship will last one year, with the opportunity to renew for additional years at the discretion of the sponsoring office. As a Geothermal Fellow, you will have the opportunity to engage with one of GTO’s Four Subprograms:Data, Modeling, and Analysis (DMA)Team:DMA takes a holistic analytical approach across the GTO’s technology portfolio with the aim of enabling further deployment of geothermal resources. The goal of the DMA subprogram is to identify and address barriers to geothermal adoption in the U.S. and validate and assess technical progress across the geothermal sector to inform the direction and prioritization of GTO RDD&D.Projects may include:Identifying strategies for overcoming the policy and regulatory barriers to deploying more geothermal power in the U.S.Research and design implementation strategies for quantifying the value of geothermal energy through engagement with stakeholders such as electric and gas utilities.Expand the depth and breadth of geothermal representation and contributions to a variety of DOE techno-economic, performance, and grid models.Hydrothermal Team:The Hydrothermal subprogram supports R&D that can lower cost and risk throughout the lifecycle of a hydrothermal project to bring more hydrothermal power online, from exploration and resource confirmation, to drilling and field development, to reservoir management over multi-decadal timescales. The subprogram also supports R&D for extracting critical materials or other strategic minerals from geothermal brines to maximize the ancillary benefits of geothermal resources.EGS Team:The focus of the EGS subprogram is to gain an evidence-based understanding of basic and applied science challenges surrounding long-term subsurface heat flow, permeability enhancement, and stress evolution to enable development of sustainable, human-made heat exchangers. In the long term, strengthening the body of EGS knowledge through RD&D will enable industry to develop a baseload energy resource as shown in the GeoVision report.Low Temperature Team:The Low Temperature subprogram supports R&D on the direct use of thermal resources for process and space heating applications, geothermal heat pumps, district-scale geothermal heating and cooling systems, and deep direct use geothermal resource development.Location: Washington, D.C. or Golden, CO – hybrid and remote opportunities may be available.Apply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-STP-GTO-2023-1400Requirements:You must be a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident and be pursuing, or have completed requirements for, a Master's or Doctoral Degree.An ideal applicant will have superior academic performance and publication record, strong analytical, research and communication (oral and written) skills and demonstrated capacity for creative thinking, a strong technical background and expertise in an energy-technology-related field, and be interested in being part of a multi-disciplinary, fast-paced environment, focused on energy technology research and development. Experience and knowledge in technology commercialization is desirable, but not required.Program Website: https://www.energy.gov/eere/education/energy-efficiency-and-renewable-energy-science-technology-and-policy-programQuestions? Email [email protected]. Please list the reference code [DOE-EERE-STP-GTO-2023-1400] for this opportunity in the subject line of your email.

Reverse Engineering Intern at ObjectSecurity LLC

Employer: ObjectSecurity LLC
Expires: 03/15/2024
Please Note:Because we are not doing in-office interviews and all of our positions are currently remote, we have a new interview process on Google Forms where you can choose a position that you are interested in applying for and record a quick 1–3-minute video on your experience and why you would be a good fit for the position. Please be sure to share with us previous or current projects related to the position to give us an idea of your background in Computer Science and why you would be a good fit.The link to the Google Form application can be found at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfQllgFoRzEE7MAfpCk69DY_3mul-j8xCbRgsZuiA2WjA31Qw/viewform?usp=sf_link. It is required to fill out the Google Forms and submit your resume through Handshake to be considered for the position.Our Company:ObjectSecurity provides software solutions that proactively secure OT/ICS assets in critical industrial infrastructure and mitigate supply chain risk. Our holistic, proactive approach prevents cyber attacks and disruptive production downtime across industries that support global citizen communities, including military defense, municipal smart cities, public and private transportation, energy, wastewater treatment, power utilities, manufacturing, and the life sciences. For more than 20 years, ObjectSecurity has been delivering cybersecurity and supply chain risk management solutions including to U.S. defense and federal government agencies. These advanced technologies are now commercially available for government and private sector use. ObjectSecurity is privately-held with headquarters in San Diego, CA, with global representation.We are doing exciting other product developments, including a supply chain risks analysis product which takes an SAP data dump and turns it into a graph DB, and then runs analytics over it to identify risks. Another cool project is an "AI hacker" development, which uses AI to simulate a hacker.Reverse Engineering Intern Position:We are looking for an intern with prior experience working on analyzing binaries using various tools. This may be using a debugger, static analysis with tools such as Ghidra or IDA Pro, from CTF competitions, emulation with tools like Angr, dynamic analysis and rehosting, etc. We currently have contracts with the Navy and DARPA to analyze binaries on embedded systems, and have our own binary analysis platform called ObjectSecurity OT.AI Platform.In part 2 of the application, please list tools that you have used in the past and your prior work. We are looking for interns to join us for both during the semester and during the summer. We are flexible with start and end dates of the internship and how many hours interns work per week.This description details the initial internship project, but depending on how long it takes to complete, there is always room to grow with our company and switch over to other projects. There’s also scope for moving into other focus areas such as machine learning, AI, information modeling, analytics, cybersecurity and more. The sky is the limit!Qualifications:1) Available 8-16 hours per week virtually2) Prior experience with reverse engineering, using various tools to analyze binaries, and/or extracting firmware off of a device either with an internship/job, from classes, a prior internship or from a research project.Learning Objectives:By working directly on software engineering projects hands-on doing reverse engineering, frontend, backend, AI/ML and/or working on embedded systems, hardware and/or microelectronics, interns will gain valuable experience in the software engineering field and improve upon their computer science skills as evidenced through their weekly projects.Expectations:1) While we are based out of San Diego, all of our positions are remote.2) Weekdays and hours worked are flexible based on the student's schedule but should be communicated to supervisor at the beginning of each week.3) We will communicate with the intern virtually via email, Slack and Zoom. A supervisor will meet with the intern at the start of the day to go over the day's tasks and check in at the end of each day.4) Materials will be provided to interns at the beginning of the day. All interns are expected to push their code at the end of each work day to GitHub.5) If interns are stuck or run into an issue with their code, they are encouraged to reach out to their supervisor, since someone will almost always be available to help.

Marketing Internship at SwitchPitch

Employer: SwitchPitch
Expires: 08/14/2024
SwitchPitch is changing the way big and small companies do business together. We are the LinkedIn for business development – just as on LinkedIn, where professionals post their resumes and employers hire them in the LinkedIn marketplace; on SwitchPitch, startups and other small businesses post their “profiles,” and larger enterprises who need projects done hire the startups to do those projects.Our Marketing internship's primary focus is to develop a marketing calendar - consisting of events, webinars, social posts, and content promotion. Specific responsibilities include:researching industry eventsapplying for SwitchPitch to speak at conferencesdeveloping an events calendarcreating a webinar calendar, including webinar agendablog post creation SwitchPitch is looking for a marketing, communications, or similar major for our Marketing Internship.

Inside Sales Representative at Allstate Insurance Company

Employer: Allstate Insurance Company
Expires: 11/30/2024
Unlock Your Potential: Join Allstate's Dynamic Sales TeamThe world is evolving, and so is Allstate. We are on the move, actively exploring our businesses and brands to better serve the ever-changing needs of our customers. This is an exciting moment to be a part of our team, where you'll have the chance to take risks, challenge the norm, and contribute to shaping the future for the greater good.At Allstate, we operate within an environment of excellence and uphold the highest ethical standards. Our values, including integrity, inclusive diversity, and accountability, form the foundation of our workplace. We empower every team member to lead, drive change, and give back to the communities where they work and live. Together, we work as one team, dedicated to serving our customers and communities. To better serve our communities, we are expanding our Inside Sales team and we want you to be a part of this growing team. Position: Inside Sales RepresentativeAs a full-time Inside Sales Representative, you'll have the opportunity to:Work remotely, driving sales growth through various channels such as inbound and outbound calls, live chat, and SMS.Serve as a trusted advisor, identifying customer needs, recommending solutions, and converting prospects into valued customers using a proven sales strategy.Utilize your Personal Lines or Property & Casualty Lines license as a professional trusted advisor.Requirements:Minimum of 1 year of sales, customer service with a sales focus, or related experience preferred.Open to weekend and night hours.Strong communication skills and ability to navigate multiple computer programs.High stress tolerance, critical thinking skills, and receptiveness to coaching and feedback.Active Personal Lines or Property & Casualty License in your state of residence is highly preferred. If not currently licensed, we provide support for obtaining the necessary license.Compensation & Benefits:Average Earning Potential: $57,000 - $69,280 per year.$36,400 base pay + monthly performance-based incentives, with top performers earning up to $6,600 per month, making potential earnings $110,000+.Pay differentials may apply for shifts and Spanish/English bilingual.Comprehensive benefits package from day one, including health insurance, tuition reimbursement, wellbeing programs, pension, 401(k), and more.Why Allstate?At Allstate, we are pioneers in the insurance industry, setting trends rather than following them. For over 90 years, we have stayed ahead to provide our customers with peace of mind, advocating for safety measures like seat belts and airbags. Join us, and you'll work in an innovative and stable environment backed by a longstanding brand with a reputation for transforming the insurance industry.We don't just offer a job; we provide a platform for you to learn, grow, and shape your future while making a positive impact on the lives of others. Join our team, where good work leads to a good life, protected by the Good Hands®.Note: This position is only available within the US, excluding Puerto Rico, California, New York, Alaska, or Hawaii residents. 

Electric Transmission Engineer I at Dominion Energy

Employer: Dominion Energy - Dominion Energy
Expires: 08/14/2024
Job Summary Dominion Energy Virginia’s Electric Transmission departments are seeking motivated, engaged engineers to fill several vacancies within the organization.  Electric Transmission is the organization responsible for the long-term planning, engineering, construction, and operations of the high voltage electric grid system operated from 69kV to 500kV.  The grid is accountable for transmitting electricity from state of the art solar and wind facilities, integrating those technologies into the energy portfolio, and delivering the power to our many 2.7 million customers including the world's largest cluster of internet data centers.  This is an exciting time to join our team as we are involved in industry-leading projects and initiatives such as interconnecting 5000 MW of solar generation in the next 5 years, the first utility-owned offshore wind project in United States federal waters off the Atlantic coast, virtual digital protection conversions, and the largest data center load growth in the world all as part of our plan to achieve net zero carbon emission goal by 2050.Electric Transmission is hiring, with the departments participating include, but not limited to: System Protection Engineering has primary responsibilities for the design, modeling, and development of protective relay applications for the grid and substations. If a problem occurs on a transmission line our engineers design protective elements to automatically sectionalize this line and only this line in less than 50 milli-seconds.Area Planning Engineering: Strong analytical, project management, communication and interpersonal skills with knowledge and understanding of the protection principles and practices for transmission lines, distribution feeders, and major substation equipment to run power flow studies and find solutions to reliability concerns.Strategic Studies Engineering:  Perform stability, sensitivity analysis and power flow studies to ensure reliable operation of generation plants and to evaluate future load growth, future generation retirements, and future integration of renewable energy resources.System Modeling Engineering:  Carry out data mining and data analytics on historical data to validate power system models and load forecasts and comfortable and familiar with creating, maintaining, and using databases and data in the development and maintenance of different models and data files for power flow studies.Operations Engineering: Perform the modeling of DE’s transmission system including network topology, equipment ratings and parameter impedances as well as the maintenance of various operator displays. Coordinate with, and provide technical assistance to, various engineering, operations, and field teams to fully maintain the EMS model. Support the development of tools to improve situational awareness in the operations control room.Substation and Line Engineering: Responsible for the Creation and maintenance of substation physical electrical, mechanical, and control standard drawings in Cad Drawings. Performing engineering studies in support of substation conceptual scope development, detailed design, and operations. Creation and maintenance of engineering standard drawings and design requirements for the future integration of Autodesk with Inventor 3D and AutoCAD Electrical (ACADE).   Creation of policies and practices documentation for standard drawing application, and specification of equipment and components used in substation designs.Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Experience  Engineer I: 0-2+ years of engineering experience (Note: A partial year of related work experience of 6 months or greater will be considered one year towards the qualifications; A an advanced degree can count as one year experience) Required Skills:Strong time management skills with the ability to independently plan and organize work assignments.Basic understanding of AC/DC fundamentalsStrong oral and written communication skills, including technical writing.Equally effective with working independently or in a team environment.Ability to think analytically and solve complex problems.Ability to interpret codes, regulations, and practices.Preferred Skills:Exposure to ASPEN or CYME preferred.Knowledge of automation tools, databases, and software development is preferred.Programming skills for automation of system studies (e.g., Python, .NET, C#, etc.) is a plus.Experience with PSEE, PSCAD and/or RTDS modeling software is a plus.Understanding of 3 phase power systems is a strong plus.Understanding of the principles of transmission and/or distribution applications is strongly preferred.Education Requirements  Education Level: Bachelor's degree in engineering Preferred Degrees: Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Upcoming engineering graduates with a projected graduation date of no later than August 31, 2024, who also meet the engineering criteria will be considered. REQUIRED ENGINEERING CRITERIA:  For placement of a candidate in the Engineer job series, the following criteria must be met: Possess a 4-year Engineering degree from an ABET accredited Engineering program based on the year that the Engineering program was accredited by ABET, orPossess a 4-year Engineering degree from an institution outside of the U.S. which is accredited through the country's own Engineering accrediting body under the Washington Accord as a full signatory, and is a degree that was recognized by the country's accrediting body on or after the date that full signatory status was achieved, orPossess a 4-year degree in Engineering (non-ABET accredited), Physics, Chemistry, Math or Engineering Technology and a post-graduate Engineering degree from an institution where the undergraduate degree in the same Engineering discipline is ABET-accredited based on the year the Engineering program was accredited by ABET, orHolds or has previously held a valid U.S. Professional Engineer license.

Environmental Engineer II at Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA)

Employer: Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA)
Expires: 04/13/2024
At LCRA, we are looking for an Environmental Professional to join our Environmental Affairs team! Your expertise in environmental engineering and regulatory compliance will provide support primarily with the planning and execution of transmission utility infrastructure projects in Texas. This position prefers applicant be an Engineer in Training (EIT) certified by the State of Texas and to pass the Texas Professional Engineering Exam within four years of hiring date, or within a reasonable amount of time based on prior engineering experience. Our mission is to improve the lives of Central Texas and our teams are dedicated to service with safety focus as top priority!  You will be trusted to:- Perform a variety of progressively responsible engineering assignments involving engineering principles. Under limited supervision of a Texas licensed Professional Engineer.- Work with a professional engineer to identify, implement and manage all applicable environmental regulations. Analyze proposed regulations to identify impact on LCRA assets. Including but not limited to engineering tools for emission and effluent tracking, statistical analysis, predictive analysis etc.- Complete engineering projects and design work involving adaptations and modifications to systems, equipment, materials, costs and procedures. Work with a Professional Engineer to perform system analysis, build predictive tools, and provide in-depth regulatory or engineering analysis.- Collect data to prepare SPCC Plans for electrical substations, dams and other facilities.- Maintain knowledge of engineering principles and enhance knowledge of LCRA equipment and systems. You qualify with:- Bachelors degree in engineering, engineering technology, engineering physics, biosystems engineering, mathematical science, physical science or related science plus one or more years of post-Bachelors engineering experience relating to the area of engineering specialization required to perform the job.   - Driver's licenseYou are a great fit with:- 2 - 3 years engineering experience- Experience writing Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) Plans in compliance with requirements under 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 112.- Experience with the Clean Air Act (CAA), Clean Water Act (CWA), the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), the TexasRisk Reduction Program (TRRP), and Edwards Aquifer requirements and regulations.- Experience in designing and interpreting diagrams, schematics, and drawings, including experience in computer aided drafting.- An Engineer in Training (EIT) Engineer in Training and meet qualifications to sit for Texas Professional Engineer Exam within four years of hiring date, or within a reasonable amount of time based on prior engineering experience. You gain:- Competitive salary & medical, dental, vision and legal insurance- Paid time off, including time for vacation, sick and family care leave- 401(k) match up to 8% that includes a student loan 401(k) contribution program option- Life and disability insurance- Wellness program including wellness incentive- Extensive learning & development programsAnd more - all to create a compelling and rewarding work environment. Equal Opportunity EmployerLCRA provides equal employment opportunities and a work environment free of discrimination and harassment.  All employment decisions at LCRA are based on business need, job requirement and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, or veteran status in accordance with applicable federal and state legal requirements governing nondiscrimination in employment.

Undergraduate Intern - Technology Commercialization Research S2-Edge Tech Transfer Internship at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Employer: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Expires: 03/15/2024
OverviewAre you interested in learning how inventions and scientific research are transformed into new products and services that benefit society? We are seeking undergraduate STEM, Business, and Law majors for a Summer Technology Transfer Internship focused on semiconductor and micro electronics technology to gain hands-on experience with technology transfer at a national lab.The intern will report directly to a Senior Commercialization Manager and will conduct a broad range of commercialization and industry collaboration support activities, including: critical emerging technology evaluations, patent portfolio assessments, market opportunities and landscape analysis, and research and data analytics projects. Interns are encouraged to identify current undergraduate research plans that may be enhanced by or can be pursued in parallel with the objectives of this internship.ResponsibilitiesSpecific objectives of a successful intern will include:• Research and data analytics: collect data and support data analytics to develop and establish the effectiveness of technology transfer strategies, to develop and test theories, including topics related to emerging commercialization pathways, effective methods for critical emerging technology protection and industrialization, place-based innovation and successful public-private partnerships for commercialization of technology. We encourage interns to identify existing research or interests in these areas.• Invention and technology evaluations: Assist with patent portfolio landscape analysis, competitive claims analysis and white space opportunity assessments across PNNL’s portfolio of over 3,000 technologies.• Market opportunity assessments: Support market assessments PNNL inventions and conduct secondary and primary research to identify business development and commercialization pathway opportunities.• Industry engagement: Participate in business development and license negotiation meetings with Commercialization Managers and industry to gain market insights and technology transfer skills.• Critical Emerging Technology evaluations: assist in the assessment of technologies for dual use, export control, and emerging technology criticality assessments. In addition to the specific duties above, the Commercialization Interns will be part of an active Laboratory engagement program, designed to provide insight across the Laboratory directorates and functions, including with senior laboratory leadership. The Commercialization Internship provides a great opportunity for community building within the PNNL.QualificationsMinimum Qualifications:Candidates must have a high school diploma /GED or higherCandidates must be degree-seeking undergraduate students enrolled at an accredited college or universityCandidates must be taking at least 6 credit hours and have an overall cumulative GPA of 2.5Preferred Qualifications:Currently enrolled as a full-time Undergraduate student at an accredited Minority Serving Institution.An understanding of semiconductors and microelectronics, Intellectual Property, and commercializing technology.Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.Initiative to collaborate with others and execute independent tasks in a timely manner.Familiarity with data collection and summarization.Proficient using Excel and PowerPoint.Ability to work in a team environment.Familiarity with online collaboration tools, such as Wikis or Microsoft Teams.Current pursuit of a degree program in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.Hazardous Working Conditions/EnvironmentNot applicableAdditional InformationDue to business needs and client space, US Citizenship is required.Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is subject to the Department of Energy Unclassified Foreign Visits & Assignments Program site, information, technologies, and equipment access requirements.Testing Designated PositionThis is not a Testing Designated Position (TDP)About PNNLPacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is a world-class research institution powered by a highly educated, diverse workforce committed to the values of Integrity, Creativity, Collaboration, Impact, and Courage. Every year, scores of dynamic, driven people come to PNNL to work with renowned researchers on meaningful science, innovations and outcomes for the U.S. Department of Energy and other sponsors; here is your chance to be one of them!At PNNL, you will find an exciting research environment and excellent benefits including health insurance, flexible work schedules and telework options. PNNL is located in eastern Washington State—the dry side of Washington known for its stellar outdoor recreation and affordable cost of living. The Lab’s campus is only a 45-minute flight (or ~3 hour drive) from Seattle or Portland, and is serviced by the convenient PSC airport, connected to 8 major hubs.Commitment to Excellence, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Equal Employment OpportunityOur laboratory is committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment dedicated to solving critical challenges in fundamental sciences, national security, and energy resiliency. We are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. In support of this commitment, we encourage people of all racial/ethnic identities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities to apply for employment.Pacific Northwest National Laboratory considers all applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity), national origin, age, disability, genetic information (including family medical history), protected veteran status, and any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, and/or local laws.We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures and in employment. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, contact us at [email protected] Free WorkplacePNNL is committed to a drug-free workplace supported by Workplace Substance Abuse Program (WSAP) and complies with federal laws prohibiting the possession and use of illegal drugs.HSPD-12 PIV Credential RequirementIn accordance with Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) and Department of Energy (DOE) Order 473.1A, new employees are required to obtain and maintain a HSPD-12 Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Credential.  To obtain this credential, new employees must successfully complete and pass a Federal Tier 1 background check investigation.  This investigation includes a declaration of illegal drug activities, including use, supply, possession, or manufacture within the last year.  This includes marijuana and cannabis derivatives, which are still considered illegal under federal law, regardless of state laws.Mandatory RequirementsPlease be aware that the Department of Energy (DOE) prohibits DOE employees and contractors from having any affiliation with the foreign government of a country DOE has identified as a “country of risk” without explicit approval by DOE and Battelle. If you are offered a position at PNNL and currently have any affiliation with the government of one of these countries, you will be required to disclose this information and recuse yourself of that affiliation or receive approval from DOE and Battelle prior to your first day of employment.Rockstar RewardsRegular Hourly:Employees are offered an employee assistance program and business travel insurance. Employees are eligible for the company funded pension plan and 401k savings plan, once eligibility requirements are met.Temporary Hourly:Employees are offered an employee assistance program and business travel insurance.Click Here For Rockstar Rewards

Masters Intern - Technology Commercialization Research S2-Edge Tech Transfer Internship at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Employer: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Expires: 03/15/2024
OverviewAre you interested in learning how inventions and scientific research are transformed into new products and services that benefit society? We are seeking  graduate STEM, Business, and Law majors for a Summer Technology Transfer Internship focused on semiconductor and micro electronics technology to gain hands-on experience with technology transfer at a national lab.The intern will report directly to a Senior Commercialization Manager and will conduct a broad range of commercialization and industry collaboration support activities, including: critical emerging technology evaluations, patent portfolio assessments, market opportunities and landscape analysis, and research and data analytics projects. Interns are encouraged to identify current graduate research plans that may be enhanced by or can be pursued in parallel with the objectives of this internship.ResponsibilitiesSpecific objectives of a successful intern will include:• Research and data analytics: collect data and support data analytics to develop and establish the effectiveness of technology transfer strategies, to develop and test theories, including topics related to emerging commercialization pathways, effective methods for critical emerging technology protection and industrialization, place-based innovation and successful public-private partnerships for commercialization of technology. We encourage interns to identify existing research or interests in these areas.• Invention and technology evaluations: Assist with patent portfolio landscape analysis, competitive claims analysis and white space opportunity assessments across PNNL’s portfolio of over 3,000 technologies.• Market opportunity assessments: Support market assessments PNNL inventions and conduct secondary and primary research to identify business development and commercialization pathway opportunities.• Industry engagement: Participate in business development and license negotiation meetings with Commercialization Managers and industry to gain market insights and technology transfer skills.• Critical Emerging Technology evaluations: assist in the assessment of technologies for dual use, export control, and emerging technology criticality assessments. In addition to the specific duties above, the Commercialization Interns will be part of an active Laboratory engagement program, designed to provide insight across the Laboratory directorates and functions, including with senior laboratory leadership. The Commercialization Internship provides a great opportunity for community building within the PNNL.QualificationsMinimum Qualifications:Candidates must be matriculated/enrolled in a Master's program at an accredited college or university.Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.Preferred Qualifications:Currently enrolled as a full-time Masters student at an accredited Minority Serving Institution.An understanding of semiconductors and microelectronics, Intellectual Property, and commercializing technology.Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.Initiative to collaborate with others and execute independent tasks in a timely manner.Familiarity with data collection and summarization.Proficient using Excel and PowerPoint.Ability to work in a team environment.Familiarity with online collaboration tools, such as Wikis or Microsoft Teams.Current pursuit of a degree program in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.Hazardous Working Conditions/EnvironmentNot applicableAdditional InformationDue to business needs and client space, US Citizenship is required.Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is subject to the Department of Energy Unclassified Foreign Visits & Assignments Program site, information, technologies, and equipment access requirements.Testing Designated PositionThis is not Testing Designated Position (TDP)About PNNLPacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is a world-class research institution powered by a highly educated, diverse workforce committed to the values of Integrity, Creativity, Collaboration, Impact, and Courage. Every year, scores of dynamic, driven people come to PNNL to work with renowned researchers on meaningful science, innovations and outcomes for the U.S. Department of Energy and other sponsors; here is your chance to be one of them!At PNNL, you will find an exciting research environment and excellent benefits including health insurance, flexible work schedules and telework options. PNNL is located in eastern Washington State—the dry side of Washington known for its stellar outdoor recreation and affordable cost of living. The Lab’s campus is only a 45-minute flight (or ~3 hour drive) from Seattle or Portland, and is serviced by the convenient PSC airport, connected to 8 major hubs.Commitment to Excellence, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Equal Employment OpportunityOur laboratory is committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment dedicated to solving critical challenges in fundamental sciences, national security, and energy resiliency. We are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. In support of this commitment, we encourage people of all racial/ethnic identities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities to apply for employment.Pacific Northwest National Laboratory considers all applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity), national origin, age, disability, genetic information (including family medical history), protected veteran status, and any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, and/or local laws.We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures and in employment. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, contact us at [email protected] Free WorkplacePNNL is committed to a drug-free workplace supported by Workplace Substance Abuse Program (WSAP) and complies with federal laws prohibiting the possession and use of illegal drugs.HSPD-12 PIV Credential RequirementIn accordance with Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) and Department of Energy (DOE) Order 473.1A, new employees are required to obtain and maintain a HSPD-12 Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Credential.  To obtain this credential, new employees must successfully complete and pass a Federal Tier 1 background check investigation.  This investigation includes a declaration of illegal drug activities, including use, supply, possession, or manufacture within the last year.  This includes marijuana and cannabis derivatives, which are still considered illegal under federal law, regardless of state laws.Mandatory RequirementsPlease be aware that the Department of Energy (DOE) prohibits DOE employees and contractors from having any affiliation with the foreign government of a country DOE has identified as a “country of risk” without explicit approval by DOE and Battelle. If you are offered a position at PNNL and currently have any affiliation with the government of one of these countries, you will be required to disclose this information and recuse yourself of that affiliation or receive approval from DOE and Battelle prior to your first day of employment.Rockstar RewardsRegular Hourly:Employees are offered an employee assistance program and business travel insurance. Employees are eligible for the company funded pension plan and 401k savings plan, once eligibility requirements are met.Temporary Hourly:Employees are offered an employee assistance program and business travel insurance.Click Here For Rockstar Rewards

PhD Intern - Technology Commercialization Research S2-Edge Tech Transfer Internship at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Employer: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Expires: 03/14/2024
OverviewAre you interested in learning how inventions and scientific research are transformed into new products and services that benefit society? We are seeking graduate STEM, Business, and Law majors for a Summer Technology Transfer Internship focused on semiconductor and micro electronics technology to gain hands-on experience with technology transfer at a national lab.The intern will report directly to a Senior Commercialization Manager and will conduct a broad range of commercialization and industry collaboration support activities, including: critical emerging technology evaluations, patent portfolio assessments, market opportunities and landscape analysis, and research and data analytics projects. Interns are encouraged to identify current graduate research plans that may be enhanced by or can pe pursued in parallel with the objectives of this internship.ResponsibilitiesSpecific objectives of a successful intern will include:• Research and data analytics: collect data and support data analytics to develop and establish the effectiveness of technology transfer strategies, to develop and test theories, including topics related to emerging commercialization pathways, effective methods for critical emerging technology protection and industrialization, place-based innovation and successful public-private partnerships for commercialization of technology. We encourage interns to identify existing research or interests in these areas.• Invention and technology evaluations: Assist with patent portfolio landscape analysis, competitive claims analysis and white space opportunity assessments across PNNL’s portfolio of over 3,000 technologies.• Market opportunity assessments: Support market assessments PNNL inventions and conduct secondary and primary research to identify business development and commercialization pathway opportunities.• Industry engagement: Participate in business development and license negotiation meetings with Commercialization Managers and industry to gain market insights and technology transfer skills.• Critical Emerging Technology evaluations: assist in the assessment of technologies for dual use, export control, and emerging technology criticality assessments. In addition to the specific duties above, the Commercialization Interns will be part of an active Laboratory engagement program, designed to provide insight across the Laboratory directorates and functions, including with senior laboratory leadership. The Commercialization Internship provides a great opportunity for community building within the PNNL.QualificationsMinimum Qualifications:Candidates must be currently enrolled/matriculated in a PhD program at an accredited college.Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.Preferred Qualifications:Currently enrolled as a full-time Ph.D. student at an accredited Minority Serving Institution.An understanding of semiconductors and microelectronics, Intellectual Property, and commercializing technology.Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.Initiative to collaborate with others and execute independent tasks in a timely manner.Familiarity with data collection and summarization.Proficient using Excel and PowerPoint.Ability to work in a team environment.Familiarity with online collaboration tools, such as Wikis or Microsoft Teams.Current pursuit of a degree program in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.Hazardous Working Conditions/EnvironmentNot applicable.Additional InformationDue to business needs and client space, US Citizenship is required.Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is subject to the Department of Energy Unclassified Foreign Visits & Assignments Program site, information, technologies, and equipment access requirements.Testing Designated PositionThis is not a Testing Designated Position (TDP)About PNNLPacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is a world-class research institution powered by a highly educated, diverse workforce committed to the values of Integrity, Creativity, Collaboration, Impact, and Courage. Every year, scores of dynamic, driven people come to PNNL to work with renowned researchers on meaningful science, innovations and outcomes for the U.S. Department of Energy and other sponsors; here is your chance to be one of them!At PNNL, you will find an exciting research environment and excellent benefits including health insurance, flexible work schedules and telework options. PNNL is located in eastern Washington State—the dry side of Washington known for its stellar outdoor recreation and affordable cost of living. The Lab’s campus is only a 45-minute flight (or ~3 hour drive) from Seattle or Portland, and is serviced by the convenient PSC airport, connected to 8 major hubs.Commitment to Excellence, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Equal Employment OpportunityOur laboratory is committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment dedicated to solving critical challenges in fundamental sciences, national security, and energy resiliency. We are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. In support of this commitment, we encourage people of all racial/ethnic identities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities to apply for employment.Pacific Northwest National Laboratory considers all applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity), national origin, age, disability, genetic information (including family medical history), protected veteran status, and any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, and/or local laws.We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures and in employment. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, contact us at [email protected] Free WorkplacePNNL is committed to a drug-free workplace supported by Workplace Substance Abuse Program (WSAP) and complies with federal laws prohibiting the possession and use of illegal drugs.HSPD-12 PIV Credential RequirementIn accordance with Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) and Department of Energy (DOE) Order 473.1A, new employees are required to obtain and maintain a HSPD-12 Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Credential.  To obtain this credential, new employees must successfully complete and pass a Federal Tier 1 background check investigation.  This investigation includes a declaration of illegal drug activities, including use, supply, possession, or manufacture within the last year.  This includes marijuana and cannabis derivatives, which are still considered illegal under federal law, regardless of state laws.Mandatory RequirementsPlease be aware that the Department of Energy (DOE) prohibits DOE employees and contractors from having any affiliation with the foreign government of a country DOE has identified as a “country of risk” without explicit approval by DOE and Battelle. If you are offered a position at PNNL and currently have any affiliation with the government of one of these countries, you will be required to disclose this information and recuse yourself of that affiliation or receive approval from DOE and Battelle prior to your first day of employment.Rockstar RewardsRegular Hourly:Employees are offered an employee assistance program and business travel insurance. Employees are eligible for the company funded pension plan and 401k savings plan, once eligibility requirements are met.Temporary Hourly:Employees are offered an employee assistance program and business travel insurance.Click Here For Rockstar Rewards

Meter and Technology Program - Product Specialist at Core & Main

Employer: Core & Main
Expires: 06/10/2024
Job SummaryPartner with sales to provide expertise and answer questions regarding products and services. Demonstrate how product/services can solve customer issues and create sales opportunities. This position requires travel of an average 60-70 percent of work week. If selected for this position, Core & Main will run a Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) report. A requirement of this position is an acceptable MVR report. Major Tasks, Responsibilities and Key AccountabilitiesDevelops strategic relationships with vendorsDevelops new product from concept to implementation.Forecasts, prospects and bids for new business, customers, markets and additional service opportunities.Provides field training and consultation to sales personnel on product information.Promotes and reinforces business image as a total solutions provider.Nature and ScopeDemonstrates skill in data analysis techniques by resolving missing/incomplete information, inconsistencies/anomalies in more complex research/data.Nature of work requires increasing independence; receives guidance only on unusual complex problems or issues. Work review typically involves periodic review of output by supervisor and/or direct "customers" of the process.May provide general guidance/direction to or train junior level support personnel or professional personnel.Work EnvironmentRequires intermittent periods during which continuous physical exertion is required, such as walking, standing, stooping, climbing, lifting and maneuvering material or equipment, some of which may be heavy or awkward.Typically in a comfortable environment but with regular exposure to factors such as temperature extremes, moving machinery, loud noise, and fumes, which may cause noticeable discomfort.Typically requires overnight travel more than 50% of the time.Minimum QualificationsMust be a minimum of 18 years of age or olderMust pass pre-employment assessment(s) if applicableEducation and ExperienceTypically requires BS/BA in related discipline. Pay: $55,000 plus $5,000 Sign-On Bonus OUR BENEFITSOur Total Rewards program is there to meet your needs, so you can bring your whole self to work. Health & WellnessMedical with 100% coverage for preventative care, triple tax-advantaged health savings account, dental, vision, disability, whole life and more. Financial Wellbeing401(k), and financial wellness services. For Your FamilyPaid maternity and paternity leave, domestic partner coverage options, adoption assistance, pet insurance. Professional NetworksOur Women's Network and other organizations provide community engagement, professional development and industry networking opportunities. Learn & GrowTuition reimbursement, tuition grants, and hundreds of hours of internal training available. Preferred QualificationsEngineering or Business bachelors degreeKnowledge of technology and Microsoft applications. 

Sustainable Island Design Challenge at Semper Sky

Employer: Semper Sky
Expires: 03/01/2024
Individuals or teams of four are invited to apply now! Sustainable Island Design ChallengeAttention all aerospace engineering, architecture, environmental science majors, and creative minds! Welcome to the Sustainable Island Design Challenge. Your mission is to transform Ocracoke Island into a self-powered model of 100% sustainability. College teams are invited to bring their interdisciplinary expertise to propose actionable designs dressing the diverse sustainability challenges.  The winning team will receive paid travel to Las Vegas, Nevada, from 7/26/2024 to 7/30/2024 to present their winning project to an audience that will vote on whether the design will graduate to a future development and test phase.

Image Processing Specialist (Remote) at Cranial Technologies, Inc.

Employer: Cranial Technologies, Inc.
Expires: 05/13/2024
We’re looking for an Image Processing Specialist who has excellent attention to detail and is experienced with utilizing 3D software. If you are an intelligent, professional, and friendly person with a passion for using your skills to help others, we want you on our team!In this role you will be responsible for utilizing Cranial Technologies’ proprietary, digital 3D images (DSi® images) to generate reports that are used to document the patient’s head shape at the beginning and end of treatment. These reports are an important part of helping reshape lives as they are utilized by our patient’s parents, physicians and insurance team.You’ll be working with a dynamic group of employees who are passionate about the work they do and are dedicated to the babies we treat. Our team members enjoy working in an invigorating environment, have an interest in learning in a collaborative setting, and most of all, bring a positive attitude! Responsibilities:Generate DSi® Analysis reports from 3D DSi® images, using VAM, which includes photos and anthropometric measurementsRegister before and after 3D images to create comparison DSi Analysis reports, using VAMAssist the Digital Technologies department in reviewing & auditing 3D images and running commercial and proprietary software applications, using VAMLiaison between multiple departments regarding reports and measurementsMaintain consistent delivery of reports in a timely manner to remote locations Qualifications:Strong visual perception skillsAnalytical mindset with attention given to detailsExceptional time management skillsStrong communication and customer service skills in working with co-workersExcellent computer skills and comfort with technology, with a preference for prior experience with 3D software.High School Diploma or EquivalentExperience with 3dsMax, Rhino CAD/CAM, Sentient3D, PowerMill/PowerShape, 3dMDPatient, Mirror and VAM is a plus! Benefits Package for Cranial Technologies:Medical and Dental Insurance401k Retirement Plan3.5 Weeks Paid Time Off + 7 paid Company HolidaysLife InsuranceShort/Long Term Disability InsurancePosition starts at  $17 an hour with opportunity to increase based on your performance! $1,000 Sign On Bonus* Applicants must be authorized to work for any employer in the U.S. We are unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of an employment Visa at this time.Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. You will receive a confirmation email stating your application has been submitted. Once your application has been reviewed, you should receive an update on your status via email. **Please keep an eye on your spam and junk mail**Please no phone calls to the clinic or offices regarding the position.If you are unable to submit your application, please email the recruiting department at [email protected] for assistance

Entreprenerial Internship (Spring 2024) at SwitchPitch

Employer: SwitchPitch
Expires: 03/01/2024
SwitchPitch is looking for an energetic and ambitious Intern who would like to make their first career steps in a fast-growing company. You’ll support and be an integral part of our startup organization. We are seeking highly motivated, meticulous individual, interested in enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS).Interns will be working directly with our Sales, Marketing, and Development team. Responsibilities include outreach to Innovation contacts at large companies to gauge interest in our product - a startup relationship management tool - as well as assisting in marketing initiatives. 12-15 hrs a week and can be remote or in person. 

Building Science Test Assemblies Intern at Tremco CPG Inc.

Employer: Tremco CPG Inc.
Expires: 06/03/2024
Tremco Construction Products Group brings together Tremco CPG Inc.’s Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing and Roofing & Building Maintenance divisions; Tremco Barrier Solutions Inc.; Dryvit, Nudura and Willseal brands; Prebuck LLC; Weatherproofing Technologies, Inc.; Weatherproofing Technologies Canada and PureAir Control Services, Inc. Altogether, Tremco CPG companies operate 21 manufacturing facilities, 6 distribution sites, and 3 R&D/technology sites, and employ more than 2,700 people across North America. GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE JOB: The Building Science Test Assemblies Intern will collaborate closely with the Director of Building Science and Building Science Lab to compile a historical list, develop a strategy for evaluating systems, and identify prior system testing. Additionally, engage with the marketing team to create a template showcasing highlighted systems and prepare a PowerPoint presentation to emphasize capabilities and past testing resultsESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Collaborate with the Director of Building Science and Building Science Lab.Establish a historical list of systems.Develop a strategy for evaluating systems that need assessment.Identify and highlight previous system testing.Work with the marketing team to create a template for showcasing systems.Prepare a PowerPoint presentation emphasizing capabilities and past testingEDUCATION REQUIREMENT: Students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Engineering, or a related field at an accredited college or university.Must be a rising sophomore, junior, or senior in good academic standing.EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENT: No prior experience is necessary, requires a propensity for learning, openness to training, and a continuous improvement mindset.OTHER SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated proficiency in utilizing Microsoft Office tools including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, etc.CAD experience is preferred.Adept at conducting comprehensive research and analysis, with the capacity to explore extensive topics and distill substantial data into concise and pertinent summaries.Exceptional communication skills, both oral and written, to effectively convey ideas, analysis, and guidance to diverse areas within the business.PHYSICAL DEMANDS:The incumbent must be able to stand, walk, sit, use hands, reach, climb, balance, kneel, talk, hear, taste, smell, and lift up to 10 lbs.BENEFITS AND COMPENSATION: The hourly rate for applicants in this position generally ranges between $18.00 and $21.50, depending upon the academic year and prior experience/internships with the company (i.e. returning interns).  This range is an estimate, based on potential employee qualifications, operations, needs, and other considerations permitted by law.  All applicants must be available to work during the dates of the formal internship program which begins on June 3, 2024, and ends on August 8, 2024. Interns may work before and/or after the official program dates if desired and approved by the hiring manager.All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. 

Science, Technology, and Policy Fellow: DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education - Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
Expires: 07/01/2024
Note that you must apply through the link in this posting for your application to be considered. Applications will not be accepted through any other platform as they must be screened for eligibility and DOE compliance.SALARY: $58,000 - $94,000 (and up - *Stipend rates are determined by DOE officials and are based on the candidate’s academic and professional background.)BENEFITS:·       Competitive stipend·       Health insurance allowance·       Up to $5,000 relocation reimbursement·       Up to $10,000 research materials and travel allowance·       Federal holidays observed·       Hybrid and remote participation options available in some officesApply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-STP-GEN-2023-0001Selections Start This Winter! (Applications reviewed on a rolling basis afterwards)The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy's (EERE) Science, Technology, and Policy (STP) Program serves as a next step in the educational and professional development of scientists, engineers, and other professionals by providing opportunities to participate in policy-related projects in Washington, D.C. Participants will become part of a group of highly-trained scientists and engineers with the education, background, and experience to be part of the workforce that supports the DOE's mission in the future. You will acquire experience and enrichment in the following areas:Gain deep insight into the federal government's role in the creation and implementation of policies that affect energy technology development.Contribute to the implementation of energy policies by applying scientific and technical expertise to the development of solutions for problems in areas of energy efficiency and renewable energy.Continue your education and involvement in areas that support the EERE mission either in a technical or policy-related role.Introduce policy-related knowledge and interest into research facilities supporting the EERE mission.The U.S. Department of Energy EERE's Science, Technology, and Policy Program seeks talented and innovative individuals to engage in innovation and collaboration in clean energy initiatives. This Fellowship will last one year, with the opportunity to renew for additional years at the discretion of the sponsoring office.Location: Washington, D.C. or Golden, CO – hybrid and remote opportunities may be available in some sponsoring offices.Apply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-STP-GEN-2023-0001Requirements:You must be a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident and be pursuing, or have completed requirements for, a Bachelor’s, Master's, or Doctoral Degree.An ideal applicant will have superior academic performance and publication record, strong analytical, research and communication (oral and written) skills and demonstrated capacity for creative thinking, a strong technical background and expertise in an energy-technology-related field, and be interested in being part of a multi-disciplinary, fast-paced environment, focused on energy technology research and development. Experience and knowledge in technology commercialization is desirable, but not required.  Questions? Email [email protected]. Please list the reference code [DOE-EERE-STP-GEN-2023-0001] for this opportunity in the subject line of your email. 

Government Relations Intern - Summer 2024 at Seagate Technology

Employer: Seagate Technology
Expires: 06/22/2024
About our group: From the memories we share with friends and family on social media, to servers that form the backbone of enterprise data centers and cloud-based computing, to personal computers that fuel our productivity, Seagate products help more people to store, share, and protect their valuable digital content. We are a global company with manufacturing, distribution, and sales worldwide. We are leaders in our industry and critical to the digitalization of economies across the globe. We have an exciting opportunity for a high caliber student wishing to take a placement in our Government Relations team in the United States About the role - you will: Work with our Government Relations and Legal teams to understand the direction of U.S. federal policyHelp identify opportunities and risks to Seagate’s U.S. business strategyConduct research on policy and monitor congressional hearings, and present summaries and findings to the GR team About you: Self-motivated and capable of working in a self-directed mannerProven teamwork qualitiesCommunication and interpersonal skills to work effectively in a cross-functional team environment Your experience includes: Awareness and knowledge of the challenges involved with the geopolitical dynamics with technology policyExperience and/or interest in the following policy areas: international trade, data and cyber security, export controls, supply chain, sustainability and ESGCurrently pursuing a Bachelor's, Master's, or MBA in one or more of the following programs: Public Policy, International Relations, Political Science, or a related area of study. Location:Normandale or Shakopee, MN or Remote United States Normandale, MNOur Normandale campus spans two suburbs, Edina and Bloomington, and serves as the Recording Head development and manufacturing arm of Seagate. Located in the heart of a bustling community, Seagate offers an on-site café, or if you prefer, you can drive to one of many restaurants just minutes away. Need to grab a gift over lunchtime? Shopping is abundant in the area. If working out is your thing, the on-site fully equipped fitness center hosts wellness programs, outdoor activities, tournaments, and group workouts. Looking for something more laid back? Reset in one of our meditation rooms, or simply take a walk around our indoor walking path. On-site cultural festivals, celebrations, and community volunteer opportunities also abound.  Shakopee, MNOur Shakopee campus is located 25 minutes southwest of Minneapolis in a setting with a rural vibe – it overlooks a horse racing track and stables, yet it has great entertainment venues close by as well. With wide-open spaces, the campus has plenty of space for running, biking, shooting some hoops or playing volleyball over lunch. If working out is your thing, the on-site fully equipped fitness center hosts wellness programs, tournaments and group workouts. Hungry? Seagate offers an on-site café with freshly sourced foods and specialty coffees, or if you prefer, drive to one of many restaurants just minutes away. Seagate is able to offer virtual employment for this position in the following states: AL, AZ, CO, CT, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MD, MI, MN, MO, NC, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NV, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI, WY. The estimated base salary range for this position: $20 -$28. Actual salary range is based on the regional labor market of the role in the geography in which the position is located based on the requirements of the job and your skills. This posted salary range is a good faith and reasonable estimate, and Seagate reserves the right to adjust this range depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate. Seagate offers comprehensive benefits to its eligible employees; including, but not limited to, eligibility for variable pay bonus, medical, dental, vision and life insurance, short-and long-term disability, 401(k), employee stock purchase plan, health savings account, dependent care and healthcare spending accounts, flexible time off/vacation, paid holidays and paid parental leave and well-being programs.  Location: Shakopee, United States, Normandale, United States, Remote United StatesTravel: None

Solutions Consulting & Engineering Intern Summer 2024 at World Wide Technology

Employer: World Wide Technology
Expires: 03/08/2024
Why WWT?At World Wide Technology, we work together to make a new world happen. Our important work benefits our clients and partners as much as it does our people and communities across the globe. WWT is dedicated to achieving its mission of creating a profitable growth company that is also a Great Place to Work for All. We achieve this through our world-class culture, generous benefits and by delivering cutting-edge technology solutions for our clients. WWT was founded in 1990 in St. Louis, Missouri. We employ more than 10,000 people globally and closed nearly $20 billion in revenue in 2023. We have an inclusive culture and believe our core values are the key to company and employee success. WWT is proud to have been included on the FORTUNE "100 Best Places to Work For®" list 12 years in a row!Want to work with highly motivated individuals on high-performance teams? Join WWT today! The Solutions, Consulting, & Engineering team is looking for an intern to assist in the following responsibilities: *Execute engagements helping organizations prepare for climate-related regulatory reporting requirements:* Interaction with clients and identification of sources of CO2 emissions data and organization of that data from the client* Responsible for entering data into a carbon management platform and running analyses of the data within that platform to prepare high quality Greenhouse Gas emissions estimates for organizations of various sizes and industries* Leverage carbon management platforms to implement reporting systems and processes enabling timely, accurate, and consistent sustainability information sharing, along with processes for continuous improvement* Involvement in strategy meetings and business development discussions Suggested Skills: Excel, Word, PowerPoint

Intern - START HBCU, Bioscience - R&D Undergraduate Summer at Sandia National Laboratories

Employer: Sandia National Laboratories
Expires: 03/14/2024
WHAT YOUR JOB WILL BE LIKE:Intern - START HBCU, Bioscience - R&D Undergraduate SummerSandia National Laboratories’ Bioscience Center in California seeks to hire interns to work on research projects at the interface of biology, chemistry and engineering. As a Bioscience Intern, you will join a multidisciplinary team and support exciting research projects using a wide range of molecular biology, microbiology, biochemistry and analytical skills to address important challenges in health, biodefense and bioenergy. You will be guided by a technical mentor and work closely with a team of researchers and interns on issues of national significance.On any given day, you may be called on to:Perform DNA sequencing and/or gene-editingCarry out molecular/immunoassays/separations (e.g. rt-PCR, ELISA, agarose gels)Perform histology/staining/imagingCulture cells and purify proteinsUse technology/instrumentation (e.g. custom microfluidic systems, LC/MS, FPLC, flow-cytometry)Analyze experimental data and present results to the teamThroughout your internship, you will learn laboratory skills and join a high-performing research team. Students will be expected to demonstrate increasing levels of independence and responsibility and must show a commitment to operate in and contribute to a safe operating environment.QUALIFICATIONS WE REQUIRE:You bring the confidence and skills to be eligible for the job by meeting these minimum requirements:Currently attending and enrolled full time in the spring term immediately preceding the internship (or scheduled to graduate in the spring) in an accredited undergraduate programPursuing a science, engineering, or math majorMinimum cumulative GPA of 3.0/4.0Ability to work up to 40 hours per week during the summerU.S. citizenshipNote: If you have not yet started your undergraduate program, please apply to a high school intern position.Currently attending a Historically Black College or University (http://sites.ed.gov/whhbcu/one-hundred-and-five-historically-black-colleges-and-universities/) during the Spring term prior to this summer.Note: If you have not yet started your undergraduate program, please apply to a high school intern position.QUALIFICATIONS WE DESIRE:Laboratory and/or computational research experienceExperience in communicating scientific results through writing and presenting posters and/or presentationsCompletion of some college courses in biology, chemistry, computer science, or physicsPOSTING DURATION:This posting will be open for application submissions for a minimum of seven (7) calendar days, including the ‘posting date’. Sandia reserves the right to extend the posting date at any time.ABOUT OUR TEAM:The Applied Biosciences and Engineering group applies biological technologies towards important challenges in biotechnology, bioengineering, bioresources and environmental security, systems biology, biomaterials, and biomanufacturing and is supported by four departments with these thrusts.The Securing Top Academic Research & Talent with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (START HBCU) Program fosters strategic academic partnerships with select HBCUs to increase research collaborations with universities with complementary research focus and expertise. START HBCU also facilitates research opportunities for qualified underrepresented minority students, who are pursuing advanced degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.ABOUT SANDIA:Sandia National Laboratories is the nation’s premier science and engineering lab for national security and technology innovation, with teams of specialists focused on cutting-edge work in a broad array of areas. Some of the main reasons we love our jobs:Challenging work with amazing impact that contributes to security, peace, and freedom worldwideExtraordinary co-workersSome of the best tools, equipment, and research facilities in the worldCareer advancement and enrichment opportunitiesFlexible work arrangements for many positions include 9/80 (work 80 hours every two weeks, with every other Friday off) and 4/10 (work 4 ten-hour days each week) compressed workweeks, part-time work, and telecommuting (a mix of onsite work and working from home)Generous vacations, strong medical and other benefits, competitive 401k, learning opportunities, relocation assistance and amenities aimed at creating a solid work/life balance*World-changing technologies. Life-changing careers. Learn more about Sandia at: http://www.sandia.gov*These benefits vary by job classification.SECURITY CLEARANCE:Sandia is required by DOE to conduct a pre-employment drug test and background review that includes checks of personal references, credit, law enforcement records, and employment/education verifications. Applicants for employment need to be able to obtain and maintain a DOE L-level security clearance, which requires U.S. citizenship. If you hold more than one citizenship (i.e., of the U.S. and another country), your ability to obtain a security clearance may be impacted.Applicants offered employment with Sandia are subject to a federal background investigation to meet the requirements for access to classified information or matter if the duties of the position require a DOE security clearance. Substance abuse or illegal drug use, falsification of information, criminal activity, serious misconduct or other indicators of untrustworthiness can cause a clearance to be denied or terminated by the DOE, resulting in the inability to perform the duties assigned and subsequent termination of employment.EEO:All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status and any other protected class under state or federal law.NNSA Requirements for MedPEDs:If you have a Medical Portable Electronic Device (MedPED), such as a pacemaker, defibrillator, drug-releasing pump, hearing aids, or diagnostic equipment and other equipment for measuring, monitoring, and recording body functions such as heartbeat and brain waves, if employed by Sandia National Laboratories you may be required to comply with NNSA security requirements for MedPEDs.If you have a MedPED and you are selected for an on-site interview at Sandia National Laboratories, there may be additional steps necessary to ensure compliance with NNSA security requirements prior to the interview date.Job ID: 692558

Game art and 3D Modeling Internship at Games for Love

Employer: Games for Love
Expires: 08/05/2024
Role: Game Art and 3D Modeler InternGames for Love is on the lookout for talented and passionate individuals in the field of Game Art and 3D Modeling to join our International Internship Program. As a Game Art and 3D Modeler intern, you will be an integral part of our collaborative team, working closely with fellow artists, designers, and developers to bring visually stunning and immersive gaming experiences to life. This program not only provides an opportunity to contribute to game development but also offers mentorship from industry professionals to enhance your skills and build a standout portfolio.Responsibilities:Collaborate with Cross-functional Teams:Work closely with programmers, designers, and artists to align on a shared artistic vision.Lead in Artistic Development:Proactively take the lead in the creation and enhancement of visual assets, including 3D models, textures, and animations.Problem Solving and Innovation:Engage in research to solve artistic challenges and contribute innovative ideas to enhance the overall game aesthetic.Create Engaging Game Assets:Develop base gameplay systems, mechanics, and design visually appealing 3D and 2D models.Polish and Refinement:Strive for excellence by adding the extra polish that elevates the visual quality of our games.Minimum Qualification:Educational Background:Pursuing or completed at least 1 year in a relevant degree related to Game Art, 3D Modeling, or a similar field.Artistic and Technical Skills:Ability to express creative ideas through rapid prototyping and a strong portfolio showcasing proficiency in 3D modeling, texturing, and animation.Experience:Familiarity with full-cycle mobile game development, preferably using Unity.Technical Proficiency:Ability to create well-structured and efficient assets using industry-standard tools and technologies.Understanding of Game Development Processes:Appreciation for milestones, schedules, deadlines, and efficient game development processes.Communication:Excellent communication skills to effectively convey artistic concepts and collaborate with team members.Join us in creating visually captivating games that leave a lasting impression! If you're ready to contribute your artistic talents and grow within the gaming industry, we'd love to hear from you. 

Amgen Operations + HBCU 20x20 Biotechnology Fellowship at Amgen

Employer: Amgen
Expires: 05/03/2024
What is the Amgen + HBCU 20x20 Biotechnology Fellowship? We're excited you're interested in the Amgen + HBCU 20x20 Biotechnology Fellowship! Amgen and HBCU 20x20 are proud to present this paid, virtual twelve-week professional development fellowship program that will prepare, empower and connect 20 HBCU juniors, seniors and recent graduates for careers in the biotech industry at Amgen. The Amgen HBCU Biotech Fellowship will take place virtually over the course of 12-weeks from June 5th - August 21st, 2024. Fellows will have the opportunity to participate in workshops, complete a capstone project and be connected to a mentor, in addition to applying for internship and entry-level roles at Amgen. For questions or more information about the Fellowship, please email [email protected]. Amgen + HBCU 20x20 Biotechnology Fellowship? Here's what we are looking for: - Juniors, seniors and recent graduates with at least a 3.2 GPA currently or previously enrolled at an HBCU (Historically Black College and University). - Students studying STEM, business, life sciences, engineering, supply chain or data science and other relevant disciplines. - Proven leadership skills, demonstrated through extracurricular or work experience activities. - Students who work well in group-environments. - Interest in Amgen opportunities and the Biotech Industry. - Availability to fully participate in the twelve-week virtual program from Jun. 5th - Aug. 21st. 

Associate Environmental Planner at WSP

Employer: WSP
Expires: 05/31/2024
Job Work with senior managers to assist with environmental planning projects, expand existing and new client relationships, and contribute to WSP’s capacity in the environmental and engineering marketplace.  Responsibilities The successful candidate will report to a Senior Program Manager and work directly with project managers throughout California and remotely. Primary responsibilities will include preparing analyses of environmental issues in the context of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) compliance, Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 404 permitting, local planning documents, etc. Responsibilities will also include supporting preparation and development of technical reports, review of studies received from federal agencies, and participation in weekly meetings and calls.  Who You Are Required Qualifications Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Environmental Science, Environmental Planning, Land Use Planning, Natural Resources Management, or related field.1 to 3 years of experience working in the environmental planning field, preparing resource descriptions, impact analyses, providing permitting support, etc.Familiarity and experience with relevant environmental laws (NEPA and CEQA), permitting requirements, notification and compliance practices, and applicable Regional/State/Federal regulatory framework.Critical thinking and problem-solving skills required to reach conclusions from testing results and to identify the most effective solutions to accomplish assigned project objectives.Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work in a team environment.Excellent oral and written communication skills (English).Ability to work efficiently and demonstrate effective organizational skills.Ability to work independently with strict adherence to detail, schedule, and QA/QC procedures.Proficiency with technical writing, office automation and communication software, technology, and tools.Occasional travel may be required depending on project-specific requirements.

General Engineer at U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Volpe Center

Employer: U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Volpe Center
Expires: 08/01/2024
As a general engineer you will join a Volpe team comprised of transportation professionals and you will lead or work on various transportation-related projects. You will be given a wide range of tasks and assignments utilizing your engineering and project management skills for the development, evaluation, and operation of transportation systems. This Direct Hire Public Notice will be used to build a list/inventory of applicants that may be referred as vacancies become available.Perform duties involving basic principles of engineering and will work as a member or leader of a project team in one of Volpe’s engineering organizations. Project work varies by division, please visit the following site to learn more about our four technical areas:Air Traffic Systems and Operations - https://www.volpe.dot.gov/our-work/air-traffic-systems-and-operationsInfrastructure Systems and Technology - https://www.volpe.dot.gov/our-work/infrastructure-systems-and-technologyPolicy, Planning, and Environment - https://www.volpe.dot.gov/our-work/policy-planning-and-environmentSafety Management and Human Factors - https://www.volpe.dot.gov/our-work/safety-management-and-human-factors.Complexity of duties increases with experience and grade level.Major duties may include:Research, interpretation, design, testing, and analysis of transportation products, infrastructure, vehicles, structures, and systems.Extracting and processing data using a variety of equipment, instruments, computer software/ hardware, laboratory tests, mathematics, elementary algebra and geometry, basic statistics, and standard formulas of engineering-specific disciplines.Applying life-cycle project management skills to develop and manage the operation, scope, schedule, budget, and quality of assigned projects and deliverables.Articulating information through methods such as: fact sheets, technical reports, design documentation, discussions, meetings, and briefings or presentations to the project team as well as internal and external stakeholders including Volpe Center management, sponsor representatives, and representatives of other government agencies/industrial groups.Traveling to field sites for testing or assignments and performing other related duties, as appropriate. Areas of work may involve: connected and automated vehicle research, hardware/software/network architectures for transportation and safety systems, software development for cybersecurity/building policies, aviation or maritime systems engineering, applied mechanics, finite element analysis techniques, energy use reduction, fire safety/code compliance, occupational safety, transportation infrastructure improvements, automobile/rail crash-worthiness tests and simulation, or highway/transportation engineering (design, construction, materials, survey and mapping, and asset management).The ideal candidate for this position holds a degree in professional engineering and has a desire to manage complex transportation-related projects. Preferred engineering fields include: general, civil, mechanical, environmental, computer, software, electronics, electrical, systems, architectural, geomatics, construction/industrial, and engineering management. As a federal partner in advancing U.S. DOT initiatives, the Volpe Center draws on its multimodal, multidisciplinary expertise to support U.S. DOT’s priorities: Safety, Infrastructure, Innovation and Accountability. You must have superb analytical, communications, leadership, and problem-solving skills and be able to excel in a fast-paced environment. 

Postgraduate Research Intern (Architecture & Structural Engineering) at Papaya Development

Employer: Papaya Development
Expires: 07/31/2024
Job Description:The Postgraduate Research Internship in Architecture & Structural Engineering is a unique opportunity for advanced students to engage in meaningful research in sustainable and innovative housing solutions. This role involves collaboration with experienced professionals in a dynamic research environment.Responsibilities:Participate in research projects focusing on modular construction and sustainable design.Contribute to the development of new construction techniques and materials.Conduct fieldwork, including site visits and data collection.Prepare detailed reports and presentations on research findings.Engage in discussions and brainstorming with the research team.Qualifications:Currently enrolled in or a recent graduate of a postgraduate program in Architecture, Structural Engineering, or a related field.Strong research skills and interest in sustainable design and construction.Proficiency in relevant software and tools.Excellent analytical and communication skills.Ability to work independently and collaboratively.Benefits:Hands-on experience in a leading firm in modular construction.Opportunity to contribute to impactful housing projects.Access to a network of professionals and industry resources.Monthly stipend of $2000.To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter expressing your interest in the position, and any relevant work samples or academic projects to [email protected] 

Marketing Associate at Vidrovr

Employer: Vidrovr
Expires: 07/31/2024
Who are we?Vidrovr makes video useful. We use machine learning to turn disorganized heaps of media and tangles of live feeds into beautifully structured metadata to drive actions and business decisions for our users. We enable previously impossible applications, at previously impossible scales. We are a small team with self-sustaining - and growing - revenues. Our notable major partners include The AP, the USAF, CNBC, the German Marshall Fund, DHS, FOX sports, and more. Vidrovr fosters an open, supportive engineering culture emphasizing curiosity, self-teaching, and fearlessness. Engineering is a very small team with fewer than ten members, and there is ample opportunity to learn outside your domain of expertise. Our organization is fairly flat: you'll have direct access to company leadership, insight into strategic conversations, and avenues for direct involvement in major decisions. We are fully remote. Vidrovr does not currently maintain a physical office. About half of our team is based in New York, with other members in Knoxville, Atlanta, Boston, Seattle, and Mexico City. Being fully remote, we highly value good communication skills! Vidrovr provides unlimited PTO, and we're serious about it. We periodically require engineers to take time off if they have not recently. We value your independence: we expect quality engineering, not your soul. Who are we looking for?We’re looking for a Marketing Associate who will help us develop our presence on Linkedin and assist in outbound communications: writing blog posts, assisting with PR posting content to PRNewswire and other outlets. This is a part time role which will pay $15-20/hr for a commitment of 5-15 hrs per week.We are looking for independent learners and excited to learn about the field of AI and communicate it to the outside world.   

People Operations Intern at Seagate Technology

Employer: Seagate Technology
Expires: 07/31/2024
About our group: People Operations is part of Seagate’s Go-To-Market (GTM) organization and is a dynamic and highly motivated group. We support and empower Sales, Marketing, and Product Line Management success with customers through providing critical information, resources, development opportunities, and technology. The People Operations team is seeking a highly motivated, resourceful, and creative intern to play key roles in worldwide GTM communication activities and employee engagement programs. We are looking for an organized and detail-oriented intern with a passion for learning. About the role - you will: Support strategy and execution of the global GTM communication plan including developing all hands material, creating newsletters, amplifying customer wins and highlights, and other various Inside Seagate communications.Contribute to executive communications through various reports and initiatives including C-level review material, quarterly results presentations, and annual goal updates.Streamline information within internal SharePoint repository for improved productivity including maintaining current pages, designing, and updating resource pages for cross functional teams and manage new content notifications.Help support the GTM Employee Engagement Strategy. Included but not limited to rewards and recognition programs, leadership programs, and career development programs.Provide day-to-day support, including administration, creative, and analytical tasks.Regularly communicate with team members to understand requirements, recommend, and make improvements, and provide informal cross-functional leadership of team participants. This position will provide a highly motivated, engaged professional the opportunity to gain experience in supporting People Operations, with a focus on communications and engagement programs. About you: Fast learner, innovative, ready for a challengeEager to make an impact and learn to apply creative problem-solving skills in a business settingAble to quickly move between tasks and projectsGenuine interest in learning and willingness to learn from all people, the ability to collaborate effectively in a team environmentAdapt to change gracefully and learn new technologies quicklyExcellent analytical skills, effective oral and written communication, teamwork, a desire to learn, attention to detail, and determination are the foundations of this roleInterns typically work Monday thru Friday 8am to 5pm.  The hours are subject to change with or without notice at the sole discretion of Seagate. Your experience includes: Proven proficiency with MS Office Suite, particularly Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePointFamiliarity of design platforms and software such as Canva or CRM software a plusProject management or similar experience with developing timelines, plans, and managing details of projects and programs and the ability to handle multiple projects in parallel and deliver them on timePossess keen attention to detail, strong creative thinking abilities, excellent written /verbal communication and organizational skillsExcellent organizational and time management skills, and attention to detailVisually inclined; creating visually appealing, presentation-ready content deliverablesCurrent student pursuing a bachelor’s degree or higher in Marketing, Business Administration, Communications or other related fields and enrolled in the Fall 2024 Location: Remote United States Seagate is able to offer virtual employment for this position in the following states: AL, AZ, CO, CT, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MD, MI, MN, MO, NC, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NV, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI, WY. The estimated base salary range for this position: $18 -$28. Actual salary range is based on the regional labor market of the role in the geography in which the position is located based on the requirements of the job and your skills. This posted salary range is a good faith and reasonable estimate, and Seagate reserves the right to adjust this range depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate. Seagate offers comprehensive benefits to its eligible employees; including, but not limited to, eligibility for variable pay bonus, medical, dental, vision and life insurance, short-and long-term disability, 401(k), employee stock purchase plan, health savings account, dependent care and healthcare spending accounts, flexible time off/vacation, paid holidays and paid parental leave and well-being programs.  Location: Remote United StatesTravel: None

PhD Intern -​​ Technology Commercialization Research Internship at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Employer: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Expires: 03/01/2024
Overview​Are you passionate about developing commercialization pathways for emerging life science, security, sustainability, and energy-related technologies? The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is seeking graduate-level interns to identify and develop commercialization strategies for innovative technologies that benefit society. This role will support the Laboratory's Office of Research and Technology Applications in transferring lab-developed technologies from lab to market.  ​​The intern will report directly to a Senior Commercialization Manager and will conduct a broad range of commercialization and industry collaboration support activities, including: critical emerging technology evaluations, patent portfolio assessments, market opportunities and landscape analysis, and research and data analytics projects. Interns are encouraged to identify current PhD research plans that may be enhanced by or can be pursued in parallel with the objectives of this internship. Responsibilities​Specific objectives of a successful intern will include: ​Research and data analytics: collect data and support data analytics to develop and establish the effectiveness of technology transfer strategies, to develop and test theories, including topics related to emerging commercialization pathways, effective methods for critical emerging technology protection and industrialization, place-based innovation and successful public-private partnerships for commercialization of technology.  We encourage interns to identify existing research or interests in these areas.​Invention and technology evaluations: Assist with patent portfolio landscape analysis, competitive claims analysis and white space opportunity assessments across PNNL’s portfolio of over 3,000 technologies.​Market opportunity assessments: Support market assessments PNNL inventions and conduct secondary and primary research to identify business development and commercialization pathway opportunities.​Industry engagement: Participate in business development and license negotiation meetings with Commercialization Managers and industry to gain market insights and technology transfer skills.​Critical Emerging Technology evaluations: assist in the assessment of technologies for dual use, export control, and emerging technology criticality assessments.​In addition to the specific duties above, the Commercialization Interns will be part of an active Laboratory engagement program, designed to provide insight across the Laboratory directorates and functions, including with senior laboratory leadership. The Commercialization Internship provides a great opportunity for community building within the PNNL. ​​The project is paid hourly during the Summer of 2024. The position is located at the PNNL’s Richland, WA campus or there are remote and hybrid options available. ​ Qualifications, Skills, and/or Training Necessary for Position:  ​​Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.​Initiative to collaborate with others and execute independent tasks in a timely manner.​Familiarity with data collection and summarization.​Proficiency using Excel and PowerPoint.​Ability to work in a team environment.​Familiarity with online collaboration tools, such as Wikis or Microsoft Teams​.QualificationsMinimum Qualifications:Candidates must be currently enrolled/matriculated in a PhD program at an accredited college.Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.Preferred Qualifications:​​​​Currently enrolled in an accredited PhD program.​Currently pursuing a degree in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.Hazardous Working Conditions/EnvironmentNot applicableAdditional InformationDue to business needs and client space, US Citizenship is required.Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is subject to the Department of Energy Unclassified Foreign Visits & Assignments Program site, information, technologies, and equipment access requirements.Testing Designated PositionThis is not a Testing Designated Position (TDP).About PNNLPacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is a world-class research institution powered by a highly educated, diverse workforce committed to the values of Integrity, Creativity, Collaboration, Impact, and Courage. Every year, scores of dynamic, driven people come to PNNL to work with renowned researchers on meaningful science, innovations and outcomes for the U.S. Department of Energy and other sponsors; here is your chance to be one of them!At PNNL, you will find an exciting research environment and excellent benefits including health insurance, flexible work schedules and telework options. PNNL is located in eastern Washington State—the dry side of Washington known for its stellar outdoor recreation and affordable cost of living. The Lab’s campus is only a 45-minute flight (or ~3 hour drive) from Seattle or Portland, and is serviced by the convenient PSC airport, connected to 8 major hubs.Commitment to Excellence, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Equal Employment OpportunityOur laboratory is committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment dedicated to solving critical challenges in fundamental sciences, national security, and energy resiliency. We are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. In support of this commitment, we encourage people of all racial/ethnic identities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities to apply for employment.Pacific Northwest National Laboratory considers all applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity), national origin, age, disability, genetic information (including family medical history), protected veteran status, and any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, and/or local laws.We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures and in employment. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, contact us at [email protected] Free WorkplacePNNL is committed to a drug-free workplace supported by Workplace Substance Abuse Program (WSAP) and complies with federal laws prohibiting the possession and use of illegal drugs.HSPD-12 PIV Credential RequirementIn accordance with Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) and Department of Energy (DOE) Order 473.1A, new employees are required to obtain and maintain a HSPD-12 Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Credential.  To obtain this credential, new employees must successfully complete and pass a Federal Tier 1 background check investigation.  This investigation includes a declaration of illegal drug activities, including use, supply, possession, or manufacture within the last year.  This includes marijuana and cannabis derivatives, which are still considered illegal under federal law, regardless of state laws.Mandatory RequirementsPlease be aware that the Department of Energy (DOE) prohibits DOE employees and contractors from having any affiliation with the foreign government of a country DOE has identified as a “country of risk” without explicit approval by DOE and Battelle. If you are offered a position at PNNL and currently have any affiliation with the government of one of these countries, you will be required to disclose this information and recuse yourself of that affiliation or receive approval from DOE and Battelle prior to your first day of employment.Rockstar RewardsRegular Hourly:Employees are offered an employee assistance program and business travel insurance. Employees are eligible for the company funded pension plan and 401k savings plan, once eligibility requirements are met.Temporary Hourly:Employees are offered an employee assistance program and business travel insurance.Click Here For Rockstar Rewards

​Masters Intern - Technology Commercialization Research Internship​ at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Employer: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Expires: 03/01/2024
Overview​​Are you passionate about developing commercialization pathways for emerging life science, security, sustainability, and energy-related technologies? The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is seeking graduate-level interns to identify and develop commercialization strategies for innovative technologies that benefit society. This role will support the Laboratory's Office of Research and Technology Applications in transferring lab-developed technologies from lab to market.  ​​The intern will report directly to a Senior Commercialization Manager and will conduct a broad range of commercialization and industry collaboration support activities, including: critical emerging technology evaluations, patent portfolio assessments, market opportunities and landscape analysis, and research and data analytics projects. Interns are encouraged to identify current masters research plans that may be enhanced by or can be pursued in parallel with the objectives of this internship. Responsibilities​Specific objectives of a successful intern will include: ​Research and data analytics: collect data and support data analytics to develop and establish the effectiveness of technology transfer strategies, to develop and test theories, including topics related to emerging commercialization pathways, effective methods for critical emerging technology protection and industrialization, place-based innovation and successful public-private partnerships for commercialization of technology.  We encourage interns to identify existing research or interests in these areas.​Invention and technology evaluations: Assist with patent portfolio landscape analysis, competitive claims analysis and white space opportunity assessments across PNNL’s portfolio of over 3,000 technologies.​Market opportunity assessments: Support market assessments PNNL inventions and conduct secondary and primary research to identify business development and commercialization pathway opportunities.​Industry engagement: Participate in business development and license negotiation meetings with Commercialization Managers and industry to gain market insights and technology transfer skills.​Critical Emerging Technology evaluations: assist in the assessment of technologies for dual use, export control, and emerging technology criticality assessments.​In addition to the specific duties above, the Commercialization Interns will be part of an active Laboratory engagement program, designed to provide insight across the Laboratory directorates and functions, including with senior laboratory leadership. The Commercialization Internship provides a great opportunity for community building within the PNNL. ​​The project is paid hourly during the Summer of 2024. The position is located at the PNNL’s Richland, WA campus or there are remote and hybrid options available.​Qualifications, Skills, and/or Training Necessary for Position:  ​​Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.Initiative to collaborate with others and execute independent tasks in a timely manner.Familiarity with data collection and summarization.​Proficiency using Excel and PowerPoint.Ability to work in a team environment.​Familiarity with online collaboration tools, such as Wikis or Microsoft Teams​.QualificationsMinimum Qualifications:Candidates must be matriculated/enrolled in a Master's program at an accredited college or university.Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.Preferred Qualifications:​Currently pursuing a degree in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.Hazardous Working Conditions/EnvironmentNot applicableAdditional InformationDue to business needs and client space, US Citizenship is required.Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is subject to the Department of Energy Unclassified Foreign Visits & Assignments Program site, information, technologies, and equipment access requirements.Testing Designated PositionThis is not a Testing Designated Position (TDP)About PNNLPacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is a world-class research institution powered by a highly educated, diverse workforce committed to the values of Integrity, Creativity, Collaboration, Impact, and Courage. Every year, scores of dynamic, driven people come to PNNL to work with renowned researchers on meaningful science, innovations and outcomes for the U.S. Department of Energy and other sponsors; here is your chance to be one of them!At PNNL, you will find an exciting research environment and excellent benefits including health insurance, flexible work schedules and telework options. PNNL is located in eastern Washington State—the dry side of Washington known for its stellar outdoor recreation and affordable cost of living. The Lab’s campus is only a 45-minute flight (or ~3 hour drive) from Seattle or Portland, and is serviced by the convenient PSC airport, connected to 8 major hubs.Commitment to Excellence, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Equal Employment OpportunityOur laboratory is committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment dedicated to solving critical challenges in fundamental sciences, national security, and energy resiliency. We are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. In support of this commitment, we encourage people of all racial/ethnic identities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities to apply for employment.Pacific Northwest National Laboratory considers all applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity), national origin, age, disability, genetic information (including family medical history), protected veteran status, and any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, and/or local laws.We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures and in employment. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, contact us at [email protected] Free WorkplacePNNL is committed to a drug-free workplace supported by Workplace Substance Abuse Program (WSAP) and complies with federal laws prohibiting the possession and use of illegal drugs.HSPD-12 PIV Credential RequirementIn accordance with Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) and Department of Energy (DOE) Order 473.1A, new employees are required to obtain and maintain a HSPD-12 Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Credential.  To obtain this credential, new employees must successfully complete and pass a Federal Tier 1 background check investigation.  This investigation includes a declaration of illegal drug activities, including use, supply, possession, or manufacture within the last year.  This includes marijuana and cannabis derivatives, which are still considered illegal under federal law, regardless of state laws.Mandatory RequirementsPlease be aware that the Department of Energy (DOE) prohibits DOE employees and contractors from having any affiliation with the foreign government of a country DOE has identified as a “country of risk” without explicit approval by DOE and Battelle. If you are offered a position at PNNL and currently have any affiliation with the government of one of these countries, you will be required to disclose this information and recuse yourself of that affiliation or receive approval from DOE and Battelle prior to your first day of employment.Rockstar RewardsRegular Hourly:Employees are offered an employee assistance program and business travel insurance. Employees are eligible for the company funded pension plan and 401k savings plan, once eligibility requirements are met.Temporary Hourly:Employees are offered an employee assistance program and business travel insurance.Click Here For Rockstar Rewards

Growth Development Intern at Privia Health

Employer: Privia Health
Expires: 07/30/2024
The ideal candidate will support the growth of Privia Health by assisting the Physician Development, New Provider Recruitment, and Business Development teams.  Additionally, this person will help support marketing and sales operations, with a focus on CRM data integrity. Essential Job Duties:Review, clean, and analyze data for current and new markets in Salesforce, Privia’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system to provide analysis on Total-Available Market (TAM)Operational support to the Physician Development and New Provider Recruitment teams including but not limited to ongoing maintenance of our Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system dataPerform other duties as assignedMinimum Qualifications:Pursuing Bachelor’s Degree, Junior year or above and minimum GPA of 3.0Superior organization and analytical skills with the ability to communicate clearly Strong computer technology skills including, but not limited to, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Social Media outlets.Demonstrated ability to conduct Internet research in an efficient, productive manner. Must comply with HIPAA rules and regulations Interpersonal Skills & Attributes:Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including superior grammar and proofreading skillsExcellent interpersonal skills with the ability to engage at all levels of the organizationDemonstrate a professional and adaptable demeanor with internal and external clients, including administrators, physicians, peers, and support staffExhibit a high energy level, and demonstrate the ability to work as a team, with flexibility in work habits to schedule and meet the needs of the medical staffProven track record of exceptional customer service skillsThe ability to multi-task, planning and prioritizing a large volume of detail-oriented work in accordance with changing deadlinesThe ability to work with minimum supervision, set priorities, and follow through to accomplish results

Non-Profit Human Resources Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 02/29/2024
Co-x3 Family Foundation, a dynamic and forward-thinking non-profit, invites passionate individuals to be part of our journey in cultivating a worldwide network of enthusiastic learners, innovators, and agents of change. Our core mission revolves around crafting and sharing tools and methodologies that easily integrate fundamental concepts into everyday life. We firmly believe in the power of community collaboration, where learning and growth are amplified by the support of knowledgeable and encouraging peers. In line with our expansion and enhanced impact goals, we are excited to offer an internship focused on volunteer recruitment. This critical role involves talent sourcing, onboarding, training, and contributing to the growth of our volunteer team, propelling our mission ahead.This internship can be structured for academic credit if required.This position is unpaid and fully remote, welcoming applicants from any geographical location, without the need for work authorization.Discover more about us at https://co-x3.com or find us on LinkedIn!Internship Responsibilities:Volunteer Talent Acquisition: Scout and post volunteer opportunities that resonate with our foundation's mission and ethos.Volunteer Recruitment and Evaluation: Conduct interviews to assess potential volunteers, focusing on skill compatibility and commitment to our community-oriented values.Volunteer Onboarding: Oversee the onboarding process, ensuring new volunteers are well-integrated and clear about their roles and contributions.Training Program Development: Help create training content and initiatives in line with our foundation’s objectives, aiming to boost volunteer skills and engagement.Administrative Assistance: Support various HR functions, including record management, documentation, and improving processes.Community Involvement: Engage actively in community events and projects, embracing the core principles and aspirations of our diverse group.Internship Qualifications:Educational Requirements: Pursuing or a recent graduate in Human Resources, Business Administration, Psychology, or related fields.Recruitment Experience: Prior experience in recruitment or related areas is a valuable asset.Detail-Oriented: Exceptional organizational abilities and a keen eye for detail.Communication Proficiency: Outstanding verbal and written communication skills.Flexibility: Capability to adapt in a rapidly evolving environment.Collaborative Spirit: Eagerness to collaborate within a diverse, international team.Learning Enthusiasm: A strong interest in both personal and professional growth, aligned with the Co-x3 Family Foundation's mission.This internship presents a unique opportunity to gain extensive experience in a nurturing and dynamic setting, perfect for those keen on making a tangible impact while honing their HR expertise.

Digital Content Creator at Suntek Systems Inc.

Employer: Suntek Systems Inc. - Customer Success
Expires: 07/28/2024
Here at suntek, there are endless opportunities for you who loves people, technology and global business. We improve customers and impact on their business with the most innovative and optimized software.Who we are:suntek is a comprehensive and fully integrated enterprise software for many companies in supply chain industry that’s making business easier for small and medium business with flexible IT system, collaboration tools and business system. Hundreds of forwarders across the world use our software to manage logistics, warehousing and trade compliance in the flow of global supply chain. For more detail information, please refer the company website: http://www.suntekscm.com/Introduction about the position:We are looking for a Digital Content Manager who helps to manage our digital contents (mainly for our website; http://www.suntekscm.com/). This role is critical to our team as it ensures that our global website effectively communicates our message to audiences and drives business outcomes. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in information architecture, brand messaging, product marketing, and/or digital content management.Since we will conduct interview and make a decision rolling basis, it is highly encouraged to apply NOW.What we’re offering:- Competitive salary and health insurance- The opportunity to work with innovative, passionate, and diverse co-workers from global in a collaborative culture- A unique experience to build up the business in a role with unlimited potential for growth & expansion- Sponsor a work permit if neededWhat you’ll do:- Manage an ongoing website updates that aligns with our product and marketing initiatives- Manage our digital content assets and ensure they are up-to-date, relevant, and optimized to our target- Research and develop content for the company's website, product pages, and promotional materials- Research product competitors to ensure product content is comprehensive and competitive- Implement a comprehensive content strategy that aligns with our business goals and objectives- Collaborate with cross-functional teams to create a seamless user experience that promotes engagement and differentiates us from competitorsWho you are:- Passionate about software technology, global business, digital marketing, and content creation- Willingness to learn more and improve yourself- Love a dynamic job in the company with unlimited growth potentialRequirements:- Experience with digital content creation, digital marketing, and website management- Portfolio of contents creation / digital marketing works- Ability to work independently and as part of a team- Time-management and problem solving skills

Sales Representative at First Horizon Group

Employer: First Horizon Group
Expires: 05/16/2024
Are you eager to kick-start your career in sales? We're searching for motivated individuals to join our dynamic team. While experience is a plus, we believe in unlocking potential and providing the right training for ambitious individuals. If you're a go-getter with excellent communication skills and a passion for sales, you might be the perfect fit! Location: The job is remote. Schedule: Flexible, works on own hours but must be able to meet sales targets  QualificationsStrong ability to talk through common breakpoints with 1-3 business ownersAbility to articulate the First Horizon Ecosystem (WEB R.O.C.K.E.T) sales script to identify problems and solutionsGenuine interest in understanding customer needs and providing solutionsCan memorize sales script and overcome objections Willingness to learn and adapt in a fast-paced environmentEnthusiastic, optimistic, and driven to succeedBasic understanding of standard web applications (e.g., Google Sheets)Ability to handle rejection positively and persist in the face of challengesHigh school diploma or equivalent (Bachelor’s degree is a plus but not mandatory)Eagerness to learn, improve, and advance within the sales fieldProlonged periods of sitting and working on a computer ResponsibilitiesReach out to current and potential clients via calling cold leads. Then ask qualifying questions to determine the client's industry, revenue, profitability…etcMake 25-200 outbound calls daily to generate new leadsSet appointments for senior sales and schedule up to 45 meetings a month with clients for closers Following up on leads who engage with First Horizon Group and book appointments for senior salesManage the pipeline of prospects using company CRM and perform a daily review of leads Provide information regarding the Business Model of First Horizon Group, partnership with First Horizon Group, and our Executive LeadershipAttend training sessions to enhance product knowledge and gain sales skillsComfortable with consistent follow-up and ability to get creative when reaching out to clients (i.e. text, email, video messages, etc) If you are ready to unleash your sales potential, elevate your experience, and be part of a team that values passion, collaboration, and results, we want to hear from you! 

News Production Internship at TYT Network

Employer: TYT Network
Expires: 07/25/2024
The Young Turks' hands-on daily news production internship program presents a unique opportunity for students to actively engage in pitching, researching, and producing stories that air live on the same day. We strongly believe that this immersive internship would be exceptionally valuable for current students and recent graduates seeking real-world news producing experience. ABOUT THE INTERNSHIPWe offer internships on two daily shows: Indisputable with Dr Rashad Richey, ranked the fastest-growing news show in America according to the Hicks Evaluation Group; and The Damage Report with John Iadarola, which won the 2022 Webby for Best Political Channel. Essential skills include: Research skills, News Acumen, Pitching Stories, Deadline Management, Writing Skills, Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Ethics. Nice-to-haves but not required: Video Editing in Adobe Premiere. Though the internship is unpaid, many of our interns end up as full time employees at the company. Currently four of our daily show producers are former interns, and many others have moved on to careers in different parts of the industry. Also, the internship is remote, but interns interact with the team throughout the day.  ABOUT TYTTYT is "America's largest online progressive news show.” The award-winning network is one of the top multi-platform online content creators, generating over 500 million views per month. The network features 5.5 hours of live news every weekday, an investigative print journalism department, and VOD-only channels amplifying dozens of the most dynamic voices in the Progressive Movement. Our list of guests includes Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Jon Ossoff, and Raphael Warnock, Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (we were her first ever primary campaign interview), Ilhan Omar, Ro Khanna, Jamie Raskin and more.  LISTING LINK: LINK 

Technology Ventures Internship at Southwire Company

Employer: Southwire Company
Expires: 04/12/2024
Program Dates: May 20 - Aug 9, 2024 (Summer 2024)Time Commitment: Full-timeFormat: Remote Role Summary This internship offers a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the world of corporate venture capital. The candidate will have the chance to work closely with experienced investment professionals, engage startup founders, contribute to investment research projects, learn about the venture capital asset class, and gain insights into the strategic decision-making processes of our firm. Description of Responsibilities Conduct research and prepare materials for an investment thesis within Digital Power (we have templates for the intern to use).Work with the team to identify qualified investment prospects. Also, help in the early stages of the target company evaluation process. (we have templates to use for this)Update our team's marketing materials (Portfolio Look-Book + One-Pager)Evangelize Southwire Technology Ventures on our social media channelsGenerate insights and refer relevant articles about venture capital markets or our focus sectors. Qualifications and Experience Requirements Minimum 2.5 GPAMust be currently enrolled in an accredited college/university pursuing a degree in business administration, engineering, finance, or like fieldAn interest in venture capitalProficient with Microsoft Office, Research skills, Written communication skills (for cold outreach), Interest in energy technologies

Green Scholars - Sustainability & Environmental Curriculum Development Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Green Scholars - Sustainability & Environmental Curriculum Development
Expires: 12/23/2024
Green Scholars  The Green Scholars program is a project-based, honors-level high school curriculum that seeks to inspire high school students to create change in their communities while building a foundation of knowledge that will enable them to do so. By educating students on the basics of sustainability, giving them resources to succeed in professional settings, and helping students develop skills necessary to complete a sustainability project for their community, the Green Scholars program strives to empower students to help create a more sustainable world. The Green Scholars Development team consists of four sub-teams: environmental literacy, professional skills, project management, and program management. Interns on all subteams will work on content development along with revisions to the current curriculum. In addition, interns may work on video projects and online content design for the online version of the curriculum.Environmental Literacy: The Environmental Literacy subteam educates students on the basics of the environment and the importance of sustainability. By becoming more environmentally literate, students can choose a project in sustainability that they are most passionate about and understand how environmental issues impact their everyday lives. This team focuses on teaching students the basics of environmental science theory and applications to real-world issues.Professional Skills: The Professional Skills subteam helps educate students on the basics of how to succeed in professional settings after high school. Many students are not trained for the next steps of their careers, whether they want to apply to college, seek out an internship, or start a professional career right out of the gate, this team is here to help. The Professional Skills team seeks to bridge that knowledge gap and teach the skills needed to help students succeed, both in their work life and in their sustainability projects.Project Management: The Project Management subteam educates students on the basics of how to successfully design and implement a project in their school or community. Project development is a vital part of the Green Scholars curriculum. It allows students to explore and understand sustainability through hands-on projects. Through these projects, students will develop management and communication skills that they will use for the rest of their lives. This team ensures students will have the resources necessary to bring positive change to their communities. Currently, interns on the Project Management team also work on the Program Management team.Program Management: This subteam assists teachers in implementing the Green Scholars program and prepares them for the wide array of scenarios they may face while implementing the curriculum. As each school and student is unique, this team gives teachers resources to modify the curriculum based on the needs of their community. For example, coastal schools may wish to focus on ocean issues, while schools in more rural areas may have students wanting to explore projects in agriculture.  Currently, interns in the Program Management team also work on the Project Management team.Skills needed: Excellent research, writing, and editing skillsAbility to think critically about real-world issuesGood organization and communicationCreativity and being open to new ideasWillingness to learnTeam PlayerDesired Experience:Experience teaching in an educational environment (any age level, but middle/high school preferred)Research, whether done in school or otherwiseBackground in writingPast sustainability work, especially in a community settingVideo production skills are a plus“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Human Resources Virtual Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc.
Expires: 12/23/2024
Human ResourcesThe Human Resource team is responsible for the organization, performance, and the culture of our internship program. They also create strategies to recruit and retain a skilled and diverse group of interns and help current interns develop their professional skills. HR will communicate with applicants throughout the application, interview, and onboarding process. They help create an optimal work environment at Seaside by improving intern wellness and maintaining communication with current interns. Additionally, the team will be providing administrative support such as storing intern paperwork, confidential information, and connecting interns with project teams. At Seaside, the Human Resource team is split into three divisions, each led by a project manager. Preferred Qualifications for HR Interns: Interns should be comfortable with basic administrative skills (G Suite, email) and possess excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines. We are looking for individuals with strong communication and interpersonal skills. All HR Interns must also be able to work independently and in a team.Subteams:Applications and External Communications:Recruit potential interns and review applicationsConduct initial interviews with applicantsCollaborate with Management Fellows closely to fill open positions with talented candidatesHandle administrative tasks for the onboarding process  Skills Needed:Ability to objectively evaluate candidates on their skills and experienceHighly organized and process-orientedConducting interviews (not required but recommended)Internal Communications and Well-Being: Produce weekly internal newsletters for current interns using MailerliteImprove work culture and engage with current interns to enhance performanceWork with Management Fellows to conduct additional check-ins with interns and assist Fellows with some offboarding tasks for leaving internsConduct welcome orientations call with new interns and connect interns to their respective teams, personal fellows, and additional projects Skills Needed:Good problem solving and critical thinking skillsPresentation skillsEager to interact with other teams and fellows Experience with Mailerlite (not required)Diversity and Professional Development Training:Update policies and guides if necessaryDevelop a diverse, accessible, and inclusive workplaceConduct research on cultural holidays, awareness dates, and diversity in sustainabilityCollaborate with different teams to plan and host training sessions and workshops on topics relating to unconscious bias, privilege, professional development  Skills Needed:Research and presentation skillsPassion for bringing diversity to the field of sustainability Comfortable with cross-functional collaborationExperience in recruiting diverse talent Knowledge of cultural competencyHuman Resource Project ManagersEach PM leads one division within a team. They work closely with the HR fellow to assign tasks to their divisional interns in weekly meetings. Skills Needed:Have previous leadership experience and know how to lead a team (Not Required)Must be organized, reliable, and possess strong communication skillsHuman Resource FellowThe HR Fellow works closely with the intern directors and other fellows to discuss updates relating to organizational change. The fellow will then meet with the PMs to coordinate these tasks to the general interns. They will also perform the general fellow tasks.Skills Needed:Strong leadership skillsCommit longer working hours at SeasideAbility to adapt to change and delegate tasks effectivelyOpen to feedbackWhat is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: We have been working on collecting critical contact information on schools, educators, and administrators since 2017 in preparation to re-launch and manage our Green Scholars Program across the country!! To meet our weekly goals, all Seaside Sustainability interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical information! This activity is absolutely crucial to our program's success, hence why interns dedicate part of their weekly time commitment to its completion. We have developed an entire process that our interns are trained in to make it as easy as possible for you! Interns that are in Seaside Sustainability’s management are not required to do this weekly market research. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   And remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society for another great internship opportunity!President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume!  What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success.Intern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success.And remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society for another great internship opportunity!

Business and Partnership Development Team Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Business and Partnership Development Team
Expires: 12/23/2024
Business OperationsOverview:The Business Operations Department aids in the development of products and services that Seaside provides and facilitates partnership development. We are constantly working to develop programs and steward partnerships with external stakeholders to serve our communities effectively. The team also collects and organizes information on all things Seaside and does so by liaising with internal stakeholders. The department aids in maintaining data and relations for corporate and foundation donors and partners while working to pursue new opportunities in those areas. SubteamsGreen Scholars as a BusinessThe Green Scholars as a Business team is working closely with the Green Scholars Department to launch Seaside’s Green Scholar curriculum program. This team is responsible for the business side of the program launch including crowdfunding, stakeholder engagement/management, financials, website design, and overall program management. They work closely with other departments and individuals involved in the Green Scholars program. Business OperationsThe Business Operations team is responsible for all aspects of business here at Seaside. They work closely with other departments to support projects and programs throughout the organization. This team also manages any business operation tasks for Seaside as a whole. Business Operations holds responsibility for all of the Events & Partnerships projects Seaside is involved in. Market Research The Market Research team manages the Market Research program at Seaside Sustainability. The program is designed to grow our network of Green Scholars and Sustainability Consulting in schools across the nation. Interns at Seaside work collectively to compile a database of educators who focus on bettering the environment. To ensure we stay updated, all interns spend a minimum of 2 hours per week researching and storing this influential and game-changing information. This process is imperative to Seaside’s mission of bringing actionable change to the classroom and aiding those who take part in our program. The Market Research team monitors and manages intern research on a weekly basis to ensure all Market Research requirements are benign fulfilled. Our Responsibilities:Supporting operational management of Seaside Sustainability Coordinate revisions and updates to the Seaside Business Plan under the direction of the Executive Director and BoardCommunicate with other teams for the creation of the Seaside annual reportOrganize partner and donor data in Hubspot, create partner outreach templates, and reach out to potential external stakeholders to develop relationshipsManage relationships with current corporate donors and stakeholdersCollaborate with the Advancement team on corporate donor development through a collection of information about prospective donorsDevelop and maintain organizational partnerships for other teamsAct as advisors to new initiatives, including, for example, Green Scholars as a Business and Sustainability Consulting Coordinate cross-functional teams requiring a business focusParticipate in weekly team meetings where current projects and assignments will be discussedDesired Skills:Ability to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization both in writing and verballyAbility to help with the development of business and strategic plansBasic research skills for collecting information on prospective partners and projectsCreative business strategies and outside the box thinking Writing and copy editing for the purpose of drafting internal and external documents.Ability to work independently and as part of a teamResponsibility and commitment to the work of the teamsLeadership abilityProfessionalism Interpersonal skillsProject management Desired Experience:Experience with outreach/business communicationExperience with business/strategic planningExperience with new business ventures Experience with event planningExperience with HubSpot or another CRMExperience with web builder tools such as Wix, Squarespace, Thinkific“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Blue Technology & Ocean Cleaning Solutions Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Blue Technology & Ocean Cleaning Solutions
Expires: 12/23/2024
Blue Technology & Ocean Cleaning Solutions Virtual/Remote InternshipSeaside Sustainability is always on the search for innovative Blue Technology. We are currently communicating with an agent from Poralu Marine  - an innovative marine debris and oil waste intervention company -  for the New England and New York region. These cleaners make direct contributions to cleaning harbors, marinas, and beaches in which they are located while also educating the general public on the negative consequences of marine waste. While technological devices can help reduce the debris problem, education is the ultimate solution. Through the development of an educational curriculum and other resources, the Blue Technology team seeks to build partnerships with various organizations to utilize marine debris intervention devices as educational tools. If you aspire to see tangible evidence of your conservation efforts, this team is a great fit for you. The more widely technologies are distributed,  the greater amount of plastics and oil are removed from our waterways.  We are also able to increase our audience reach, helping more learn about the dangers of ocean pollution. –  This helps move us towards sustainability goals! Our team, formerly known as Seabins, has changed our name to Blue Technology to reflect our pivot towards a broader reach beyond a single product.  Recently, we have begun working with Poralu Marine and their line of products known as Searial Cleaners. This simply means our debris intervention products have become bigger and better! Recently, we have begun shifting our focus to local Do It Yourself Blue “Technologies” that any community, and ourselves, could make at home! With this, we aim to offer more ways to clean up rivers, streams, and marinas for a broader range of communities. Searial Cleaners include: BeBot- A remote beach sand sifter collected buried trash; InvisiBubble- A tube line on marina bottoms aimed  supply oxygen and guide floating trast; CollecThor- A large debris collector attached to marina docks; Pixie Drone- A manual and/or autonomous surface drone working to collect floating debris. Blue Tech User Relations The subteam actively contacts potential partners who would benefit from a marine debris intervention device. The focus is on building partnerships and providing new clients with tools and resources to make the most of the debris cleaners. This sub-team has also developed an educational curriculum to help guide partners through using these devices as a method for educating the public about the issue of marine debris.   Desired Skills:Great professional communication skills Comfortable building and maintaining partner relationshipsInterest in marine debris education & ocean conservationQuick to learn new programs and Detail-orientedGood research skills and critical thinkingIdeally - HubSpot or other CRM experience Grants/Sponsorships:This subteam works to secure grant funding for Blue Technology, including Poralu Searial Cleaners and other marine debris cleaners, which will help us implement a large-scale waste program in Massachusetts and surrounding states! This subteam researches qualifying grant opportunities and writes grant applications to achieve this goal. This subteam is also working on completing a business plan that focuses on reaching underserved communities and easily applying for grants in the future. Desired Skills:Great professional writing skills and techniquesAbility to conduct online research for funding opportunitiesOrganization and time management Ideally - Experience in Grant proposal writingIdeally - experience in writing, budgeting, or grants “Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Legislation & Advocacy Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Legislation & Advocacy
Expires: 12/23/2024
Legislation & AdvocacyThe Legislation team at Seaside Leads environmental initiatives and advocates for environmental changes that help protect the oceans and marine life. The legislation team at Seaside is engaged with local communities in various ways to bring sustainable change through legislation. Building off our success in passing local single-use plastic bans, we have published a how-to guide for community groups to pass similar legislation in their own communities. We are advocating for a state-wide single-use plastics ban. Some of our other ongoing projects include organizing grassroots lobbying campaigns and engaging in direct lobbying for extended producer responsibility legislation in Massachusetts, collecting and recycling marine shrink wrap in the city of Gloucester, bringing marine and reef-safe sunscreen to Massachusetts beaches, and informing the public on the environmental effects of PFAS contamination in our waterways. L&A is looking forward to nationwide advocacy to support a National Bottle Bill and other environmentally impactful legislation.Zero Waste (Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)/Circular Economy)Seaside has successfully implemented several local single-use plastic bans. This guide aims to provide a step-by-step tutorial on how to implement a successful plastic ban within communities around the United States. We recently testified at hearings for a ban on single-use plastics, a broader bottle bill, and extended producer responsibility for paper and packaging in Massachusetts.  We are working with local communities and other environmental organizations to advocate for the passage of these bills.  In addition, we are canvassing different states to provide a guide to how effective their state bottle bill is as an environmental issue. This subteam is also expanding their inquiries and projects as new topics arise.Preventable Marine Pollution TeamThe Preventable Marine Pollution subteam conducts research and relevant advocacy work pertaining to bills that will have an impact on marine environments. This subteam initially developed through collaborative partnerships with organizations combating skin cancer through the promotion of marine-safe sunscreen. Additionally, this subteam has organized and implemented projects to provide “safe sunscreen” (without those chemical compounds that can harm aquatic life) to beach goers (in a Massachusetts locale), create educational slideshows, podcasts, and relevant blog posts to provide information on the potential adverse environmental harm from non-marine-safe sunscreen. We also address topics such as product affordability, suitability, and the intersection of these inequities with marginalized identities. In addition, the Preventable Marine Pollution subteam is currently studying other contaminating sources/substances that can harm our waterways, oceans, and all of the life forms inhabiting them.Safe Sustainable Products Team (PFAS Team)The Safe Sustainable Products subteam focuses on legislation related to regulating toxic chemicals that plague our products, our bodies, and our environment. A prime example of such a chemical is PFAS, or per-and poly-fluoroalkyl substances. These “forever chemicals” are a group of chemical compounds found in many household and industrial products that have harmful effects on human health and the environment. The SSP team is investigating how federal, state, and local legislatures are handling this emerging issue.  We are collaborating with other environmental organizations to advocate for bills that would reduce the amount of PFAS in our environment and educate the public on this issue. SSP is also exploring other initiatives to take to remove these potentially toxic substances from everyday use as well.Climate Mitigation TeamThe Climate Mitigation subteam conducts research on state and federal legislation that pertains to climate mitigations. These policies include a state and federal carbon pricing, environmental justice, and sustainability. This subteam’s aim is to create a better understanding of the legislative process, advocate for efforts to limit climate change, and raise awareness of how individuals and governments can be effective actors in sustainability. This is done through contact with businesses, legislators, and other environmental groups. Skills Needed:Ability to research and understand complex policy issues which includes vetting all sides of the “position” - both for and against what we propose to advocate.Professional writing and verbal communication for outreach and education efforts.Strong interpersonal skills for relationship building and stakeholder and community engagement.Project development which includes commitment to a time and task schedule.  Ability to take the initiative on projects.Strong team player with excellent communications skills.Critical thinking. Willingness to learn.Adaptability where the “science” may be changing now.A passion for advocacy surrounding environmental issues regarding ocean conservation.“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Marketing & Public Relations (PR) Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Marketing & Public Relations (PR)
Expires: 12/23/2024
Marketing & Public Relations (PR) The marketing team aims to present Seaside Sustainability positively and visually through clear, strategic messaging. The team's primary goal is to expand our reach and engagement while maintaining our current following. Our interns help manage our social media pages, website, newsletter, blog, public relations, and marketing campaigns. The marketing team consists of three branches, Content Generation & Community Management, Video Production and Graphic Design, and Website, Analytics & Operations, with numerous sub-teams housed under each branch. *Marketing interns are on the marketing team only* General skills and experiences needed:(Specific skills vary per role)Writing and editing skills Journalism background, newsletter experience, and public relations experienceSocial media management - Hootsuite Video production and graphic design - Photoshop, Illustrator, Canva, and/or othersKnowledge/experience in developing podcast content, production, and/or editingMailerLite or other email marketing toolGoogle Analytics, Search Engine OptimizationWix, WordPress, Web designDriven, self-starter, independent, strong work ethicTime management, multitasking, ability to work in a fast-paced environmentTeamwork and the ability to work and collaborate with others on a teamSubteams: Blog, Analytics, Social Media, Video Production, Graphic Design, Newsletter, Overall Content Calendar, Public Relations, Website Maintenance, System Subscriptions, AdminContent Generation & Community ManagementThis branch writes and edits our blog, social media posts, newsletter, and public relations materials. They manage an ongoing flow of content distributed to external audiences on a weekly basis. This branch is divided into four sub-teams: blog, social media, public relations, and newsletter. A team lead oversees each sub-team. Skills needed:Creative, strategic writing and editingPublic relationsSocial media management and social media strategy across multiple platformsExperience with Canva, Trello, Hootsuite, and/or MailerliteSkills needed for team leads:Social media Lead - Familiarity with Hootsuite and social media strategy.Newsletter Lead - MailerLite or email marketing experience, high writing, and editing skills, journalism background a plusPublic Relations Lead - Experience with representing an organization and communicating an organization’s mission, values, and announcements to internal and external publicBlog Lead - experience writing, editing, and reviewing others' writingDesired Experience:Writing newslettersWriting and/or managing blogsRunning social media platformsWriting and distributing public relations materialsVideo Production and Graphic DesignThis branch manages the creation of high-impact videos and graphics to be used across a variety of social media channels, on our website, in presentations, and during virtual and in-person events. This branch is divided into two sub-teams: video production, and graphic design. A team lead oversees each sub-team.Skills needed:Video production and video editingAbility to develop storyboards Strong understanding of design principlesAdobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, or otherSkills Needed for team leads:Graphic Design Lead - graphic design experience and familiarity with Canva, Photoshop, or another programVideo Production Lead - filming/editing experience and familiarity with iMovie, Adobe Premiere Rush, or another programDesired Experience:Video production - experience with creating high-impact videosGraphic design - experience with creating inspiring, on brand graphics Website, Analytics and OperationsThis branch manages internal and external websites, and web analytics, oversees the website, and works with the video and creative team to source content for our website. This branch is divided into two sub-teams: website, and analytics. A team lead oversees each sub-team.Skills needed:Wix management and Google sitesGoogle Suite and Google AnalyticsTrelloSkills Needed for team leads:Website Lead - website design and familiarity with web-development services like Wix or WordPressAnalytics Lead - Google Analytics, and the ability to leverage data to make recommendations Desired Experience:Website design - experience with building and managing websites; familiarity with Wix is a plusGoogle Suite and Google Analytics to help develop recommendations to grow our impact and meet our goals“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Sustainability Consulting Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Green Scholars - Sustainability & Environmental Curriculum Development
Expires: 12/23/2024
Sustainability ConsultingThe Sustainability Consulting Team is piloting a consulting program at schools. Over the course of the creation of this program, the team is expected to develop consulting services proposals, pricing proposals, contracts and attend meetings with school leadership. The logistics subteam deals with the formal structures of the team like documents and budgeting. The outreach subteam helps develop strategies to reach out to schools and businesses. The outreach subteam also works on marketing and the outward-facing page on the website. All interns on the Sustainability Consulting Team will work with the project managers to support the consultants’ guidance in schools. This will include shadowing the consultant, providing research assistance, and other aspects to run the program. All interns are expected to attend virtual weekly meetings during normal business hours with the Sustainability Consulting team.  Responsibilities include: Collaborate with team members and management to collaborate on projects and deliverables on a weekly basis; Draft and proof-read proposals and contracts; Provide infographics and formatting for official documents.Skills Needed:Team collaborationIndependent workerProfessional written + verbal communication skillsSelf-starterDiligent Desired ExperienceEnvironmental/sustainability educationInformation gathering & researchBusinessCommunity outreachProject management/developmentExperience in schools (bonus)Experience consulting (bonus)“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills            Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Grant Writing, Research, and Administration Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Grant Writing, Research, and Administration
Expires: 12/23/2024
Grant Research, Writing, & Administration Seaside Sustainability applies for over $200k in funding annually. Within our grant writing team, interns collaborate with each other to write and submit grant proposals. By conducting preliminary grant research and drafting compelling narratives, they put together grant applications that showcase Seaside’s mission and achievements. Working across different time zones and schedules, they also work independently throughout the session. Interns are also expected to attend weekly meetings with their team and communicate with their project managers. Successful grant writing interns display excellent research and writing skills, communication skills, and motivation. Intern writers do not need to have experience writing grant proposals. Skills Needed:Strong research and writing abilities Excellent communication skillsStrong organization and time management abilitiesAbility to understand complex instructions Computer skillsInterpersonal skillsMotivated to take on new initiativesAbility to work well both independently and with othersDesired Experience:Intern writers do not need to have experience writing grant proposalsExperience in either independent research or team projects is recommendedAny previous experience in writing, reading, budgeting, or working with grants is a plus“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Sustainable Events Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Sustainable Events
Expires: 12/23/2024
Sustainable Events Virtual/Remote InternshipCheck with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.Seaside Sustainability is full of forward-thinking individuals who all share the same desire to see a clean, sustainable Earth. To engage with our ever-growing community, Seaside regularly hosts in-person and virtual events meant to increase environmental awareness and participation in our efforts to promote sustainability through education and action. This team is responsible for planning events such as beach clean-ups, panel conversations, public arts projects, online auctions and networking events. Especially now, during the COVID-19 Pandemic, we need a group of motivated interns who are willing to coordinate such events to enhance the Seaside experience and keep the community actively engaged in our mission!Skills NeededCreativity to brainstorm event ideas to engage with sustainability driven people!Ability to work with and support others (internally and externally of our organization) in implementing these eventsStrong organizational skills and a keen eye for detailResilience and adaptability to overcome challenges while planning and executing an event Desired ExperienceInterns do not need to have past event planning experienceAny previous experience with event planning, outreach, community engagement or fundraising is a plus“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Website & Technology Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Website & Technology
Expires: 12/23/2024
Website & TechnologyWe are looking for innovators, problem solvers, and tech geeks to join Seaside Sustainability’s Tech team. Our tech team is a group of seaside interns that have a knack for technology and are adept at helping others with technical issues. Tech team members are able to troubleshoot issues, supply tech support to all Seaside teams, and aid with finding new technologies that can drive the organization forward. They are able to create helpful learning materials like tutorials and documentation. Since Tech team members will be the go-to's for any tech-related questions, they should be naturally curious learners with strong communication skills and possess a willingness to help others. Some of our projects include: website edits, using Wix, Sustainability Calculator, Tech Liaison, Tech Integration, etc. Skills NeededCustomer service experienceStrong writing and communication skillsThe ability to learn new technologiesThe ability to find creative solutions to a variety of issuesExcellent literature review and research skills A desire to learn new skills and share them with others!Desired ExperienceExperience with WixCoding experience of any kind preferredDigital marketing skills (SEO, analytics) Google Workspace knowledgeUX/UI experienceTech support experienceWebsite design or experience with low code/no code solutions is important“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Climate Action Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Blue Technology & Ocean Cleaning Solutions
Expires: 12/23/2024
Climate ActionThe Climate Action team at Seaside Sustainability focuses on developing and implementing impactful climate adaptation and mitigation projects locally, nationally, and globally. Using the latest climate science and international sustainability guidelines, the department identifies crucial climate action strategies, and scale climate solutions to Seaside’s scope and potential impact. We are looking for hard working individuals with a passion for developing forward-thinking approaches to climate change. The ideal candidate will be organized, innovative and enjoy performing research and project development. The Climate Action team focuses their efforts on topics such as renewable energy, nature based solutions to climate change, community action efforts and The “C Change” newsletter. C Change is a monthly newsletter that is researched, written, edited and distributed by the Climate Change Newsletter sub-team which is a branch of the Climate Action team. If you are interested in collaborating on any of the aforementioned goals and projects, including contributing to our up-and-running climate change specific newsletter; please apply! We look forward to hearing from you. General Desired Skills:Excellent verbal and written communication skillsOrganizational skillsStrong research skills Analytical skills (qualitative and/or quantitative analysis)Problem-solving skillsCuriosity/desire to learn Ability to collaborateGIS Projects: Within each subteam, some interns will be working on ArcGIS projects. If you have any GIS experience, please apply! (but don’t worry if you don’t!)Subteams:Climate Change Newsletter: Researches, drafts, and publishes Seaside’s monthly climate change newsletter, C Change, that covers new and relevant topics regarding fossil fuels and the renewable energy transition, climate change mitigation, and ways individuals can get involved to take climate actionPreferred Skills/Experience:Do not need previous experience with writing newslettersExcellent writing skillsExperience with the drafting process (research, drafting, revising, editing) for publications of any size a plusCoursework/academics focused on renewable energy, sustainability, or climate change topicsAny experience with Mailerlite or digital marketing a plusCommunity Organizing: Connects with local coalition groups and national/international climate action groups and inspires communities to actively participate in the fight against climate change. Promotes and facilitates collective action locally and internationally through outreach, activism and external partnerships.Preferred Skills/Experience:Interns that are (or were previously) local to Gloucester/MA given first priorityExperience with community outreach or organizing preferred but not requiredInterpersonal skills + the ability to engage and relate with communities and individuals of diverse backgroundsHighly organized and able to track and maintain various external contacts and partnershipsNature-Based Solutions: Researches, plans, and executes natural climate mitigation and adaptation strategies. Focuses on developing and implementing nature-based solutions in local communities and ensuring that natural climate solutions are pursued in tandem with sustainable development. Preferred Skills/ExperienceCoursework/academics focused on environmental topics, ecology, conservation, sustainable agriculture and forest management, etcExperience collaborating with multiple teams on joint projectsStrong research skills, and the ability to synthesize research into accessible terms that everyone can understandPrior experience with conservation or restoration fieldwork a plusRenewable Energy: Focuses on facilitating and advancing the renewable energy transition through research and analysis projects and promoting and tracking renewable technology adoption. Preferred Skills/ExperienceCousework/academics focused on renewable energy, climate change, and decarbonization topicsQuantitative analysis skills including managing/manipulating datasets a plusStrong research skills, and the ability to synthesize research into accessible terms that everyone can understandHighly organized and able to focus on multiple projects simultaneously“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork.  Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Environmental Justice Team Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Business and Partnership Development Team
Expires: 12/23/2024
Environmental JusticeThe Environmental Justice department focuses on advancing Seaside’s environmental initiatives through the inclusion of historically disinvested regions to share resources, information, and opportunities to increase community resilience to changing climate factors. The department was formed out of the recognition that all people have the right to live, work, and play in communities that are safe, healthy, and free of life-threatening conditions. The team is highly collaborative and is structured to have an ambassador from each Seaside department whose role is to incorporate EJ components into their team's current projects. Through the use of available GIS maps, interns will conduct research, outreach and partnership forming with nonprofits, schools, and businesses with the purpose of involving them in Seaside's current and future initiatives. As a new department, EJ is looking to fill intern and management positions.Our ResponsibilitiesCoordinate and communicate with other departments on current initiatives and areas of EJ potentialConduct outreach to EJ community-based nonprofits, schools, and businesses with the goal of creating partnerships around our services (GSGD, Sustainability Consulting, etc..) Organize partnership data on Hubspot, create partner outreach templates, and reach out to potential partners to develop relationshipsPreferred SkillsStrong research skills, and the ability to synthesize research into accessible terms that everyone can understandHighly organized Project Management Skills Time ManagementExcellent Communication both written and verballySelf MotivatedDesired Experience:Coursework focused on environmental justice, equity, inclusion, and diversity.Community Outreach and partnership building Collaborating with multiple teams on joint projects“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity! Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.

Marine Science & Education Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Blue Technology & Ocean Cleaning Solutions
Expires: 01/23/2025
Marine Science & EducationOur team focuses on ecological restoration, community engagement, and research that ultimately protects our waterways and coastal environments. In the past, we have run field trips and volunteer days in the Gloucester area and performed a series of field projects, including plastic and invasive species mitigation, sea level rise data collection, and others. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have implemented more virtual programming to involve our community in a meaningful and safe way. The ideal MS&E intern should be passionate about sustainability and knowledgeable about current issues related to our environment.MS&E initiatives include: mitigating marine debris via various initiatives, creating educational materials to facilitate citizen science, writing and releasing a monthly newsletter dedicated to climate change, assisting in research for the Chebacco Lake restoration work, collaborating with other Seaside teams, and more!Desired skills: Outstanding writing and communication skillsAbility to work in a collaborative and interpersonal environment Must be able to perform literature reviews and extensive research into a wide range of topicsShould be able to organize and write about advanced scientific information for the general public Knowledge of how and when to cite sources (APA preferred)Desired experience: Research (preferably in STEM) Performance of scientific literature reviews and interaction with academic publicationsCourses in environmental science, sustainability, or environmental justice Jobs in sustainabilityExperience creating educational materials for children or the average citizenArcGIS experience is a bonus! “Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork.  Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic creditMake Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Data Science Intern (2023-2683) at Viasat Inc

Employer: Viasat Inc
Expires: 04/30/2024
About usOne team. Global challenges. Infinite opportunities. At Viasat, we’re on a mission to deliver connections with the capacity to change the world. For more than 35 years, Viasat has helped shape how consumers, businesses, governments and militaries around the globe communicate. We’re looking for people who think big, act fearlessly, and create an inclusive environment that drives positive impact to join our team.What you'll doAs a Data Scientist, you will be part of a diverse team of engineers developing next-generation, vertically integrated products and services at Viasat. You will develop new, novel algorithms and techniques for analyzing complex data sets collected during Viasat’s product and service lifecycles. You will be responsible for defining and developing models that produce new inferences and enable action by adjacent teams. You will work with software engineers to create new tools, libraries, and services that can expand Viasat’s ability to understand complex data sets. You will be part of a growing team developing cloud-based solutions for tackling problems found at the cutting edge of technological development.On this team, you’ll build a breadth of knowledge including distributed systems, predictive analytics, and machine learning. You will design, develop, and deploy analytic pipelines to answer questions across multiple business areas and disciplines for Viasat’s broad but vertically integrated products. We encourage learning through curiosity, immersion, collaboration, and action. We value adaptability and learning agility. Our ideal candidate is someone focused on solving tough problems using data and loves doing so.The day-to-dayAs a Data Scientist, you will contribute with:Analytics: Architect, design, and build data analysis pipelines working with large and complex data sets to monitor and analyze metricsInference: Use statistical tools to design experiments and determine causalityAlgorithms: Design and create predictive and decision-making machine learning models for various business needsData engineering: Transforming and understanding data from many systemsWhat you'll needCurrently pursuing a Bachelor's degree or higher in a data related field such as mathematics, computer science, engineering, physics, data science or similarStrong understanding of several statistical and machine learning modelsExperience with software development in languages such as R or pythonAbility to commit to a 12 week summer internshipWhat will help you on the jobMS/PhD in a data related field such as mathematics, computer science, engineering, physics or similarKnowledge of RF engineering, RF electronics, or digital communication systemsDesire to develop user-centric software & data products

Pista de gestión/negocios de nivel básico-bilingüe con fluidez español/inglés at Globe Life

Employer: Globe Life
Expires: 07/21/2024
Buscamos Graduados, Postgraduados y Estudiantes con ganas de iniciarse en el mundo empresarial. Aprenderá por sí mismo y podrá asesorar a otros sobre la mejor ruta de protección de activos e ingresos, así como sobre la planificación de la jubilación y los gastos finales.Potencial de ingresos de 6 cifras en su primer añoJubilarse en 10 añosTrabajo remoto, Ingreso residualPago semanal y bonificacionesRecompensas por desempeñoBeneficios del SeguroRequisitos:Verificación de antecedentessin delitos gravescomputadora portátilTeléfono móvil,mentalidad de crecimiento,bilingüe con fluidez español/inglés Durante las entrevistas: asegúrese de que su cámara esté encendida, que se encuentre en un entorno adecuado para la entrevista y que su nombre de usuario de Zoom sea su nombre y apellido.Si es seleccionado para avanzar en el proceso de contratación, se le invitará a programar una entrevista final.

Corporate Marketing - Rotational Development Program at R1 RCM

Employer: R1 RCM
Expires: 07/18/2024
R1 Launch - Corporate Marketing ProgramAs an R1 Launch Associate specializing in Marketing, you will aid in creating and implementing marketing strategies that will ultimately enhance the healthcare experience for hundreds of thousands of patients across the country. The R1 Launch Program cares about investing in the next generation of leaders. Through this program, we are preparing our R1 Launch Associates to enter the industry with the tools to succeed and advance at R1 focusing on making healthcare simpler. The intent of these rotations is to provide you with broader exposure to the various roles available so that you can better understand where your skills and interests align, and ultimately support a final placement in a permanent role.    Rotations May Include: Solution Marketing Lead Generation Marketing Communications Business Development Account Management  Program Start Date: August 2024  Our 12-month rotational program will provide unique experiences that will allow you to explore, connect, and thrive in your career. Through program rotations, you will interact with leaders across the company, collaborate on projects, and acquire an understanding of the complex facets of human resources within the healthcare field.  Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with strong academic achievement Permanent US work authorization Analytical Skills – Proficient in Excel and able to understand data trends Previous professional experience through internships, and/or on/off campus jobs #marketing #remotework #entrylevel #developmentprogram ​

Senior Automation Engineer at Cargotec - Hiab, Kalmar, MacGregor

Employer: Cargotec - Hiab, Kalmar, MacGregor - KALMAR
Expires: 07/18/2024
Senior Automation EngineerKalmar keeps global trade moving. Our innovative solutions contribute to every fourth container movement in the world and help transform the future of cargo handling. We believe in collaboration, delivering on our promises and that people make the difference. Purpose of the positionKalmar USA, Inc. (Ottawa, KS) is seeking to fill multiple Sr. Automation Engineer Positions. Role will be responsible for the design, development, documentation, functionality testing and revision of embedded SW code and applications used to operate, manage and interface with embedded microcontrollers, sensors and integrated CAN comm networks incorporated, for example, as part of  hydraulic control systems and power drive control systems etc., incorporated on Kalmar Autoshuttle shuttle carriers, Kalmar AutoStrad straddle carriers and Kalmar Automated Stacking Cranes, in order to ensure that the auto sys on Kalmar cranes and carriers delivered to customers operate satisfactorily and integrate with customers' existing systems.  Main tasks and responsibilitiesResponsible for the design and development, architecture documentation, functionality testing and revision control of embedded SW code used to manage, operate and communicate with hardware peripherals and file systems within embedded devices as well as to create operator interfaces with embedded devices through both wireless and fiber-based networks. Interfacing with electrical or systems engineers in order to gather and analyze requirements related to SW supported machine functions. Designing and implementing embedded machine control and comm SW applications and application components in C, C++, Assembly, and SQL in multiple application frameworks, including Q-T, and on multiple operating platforms, including Linux and Windows, based on Matlab models, functional design docs, SW engineering requirements and applicable industry standards, such as CAN, which optimize and balance the following goals: run-time performance, memory requirements, simplicity and correctness, dev time and effort, reusability, extendibility, reliability and safety.Creating SW requirements specs that have correct and sufficient details for SW implementation. Participating in the SW testing, including the development of automated test plans, test scripts and unit tests. Testing, troubleshooting and debugging embedded sys SW issues through rigorous testing, including the development and execution of automated test plans, test scripts and unit tests, and then document resolutions to the issues. Developing updates to sys SW documentation to support changes in requirements and related subsystems or systems. Assisting with the development and testing of the on-board peripheral and operator comm networks utilized for machine control operations, including configuring PLC and HMI system as well as creating SCADA interfaces. Assisting with the design, development, programming, testing, implementing and tuning of stored procedures and DB server engines that facilitate access and query of the back-end object-oriented and relational DB sys employed for machine control. Maintaining awareness of embedded SW dev activities to maximize the reuse of existing internal or external SW components in order to shorten the product dev cycle as well as increase productivity and quality.Configuring wireless devices for smart comm interfaces. Implementing Modbus and Profinet comm sys. Designing ladder logic using schematics and troubleshooting real-time issues related to ladder logic. Performing PLC hardware configuration and troubleshooting for comm sys and VFD (variable frequency drive) electro-mechanical drive sys. Peer-reviewing other SW engineers' changes/designs. Assisting in field testing of SW and sys developed. Anticipating operational problems by studying operating targets, modes of op, unit limitations as well as monitoring unit performance. Liaising with cross-functional groups as well as OEM and other end customers on issues of sys design, specification, engrng dev and production release to help drive product dev from initial concept design stage through to final product release as well as to resolve post-release op concerns. Investigating and evaluating applicable technologies and techniques and introduce promising technologies and techniques into the organization. What you’ll need to succeedMaster's degree in field of Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical or Computer Engineering.Four months middleware administration experience for machine automation performing the design, development, implementation, support, troubleshooting, or maintenance of: embedded middle-tier applications for the programmable logic controller (PLC) and human machine Interface (HMI) sys; SCADA interfaces to acquire data from sensors and network devices connected to PLC and HMIs; Modbus or Profinet comm sys; and programmable automation controllers (PAC). Position may be performed from anywhere in U.S.  Position requires limited travel (10%) to customer sites at container port and terminal sites located throughout the U.S.  Qualified U.S. workers are encouraged to apply for this position. You will be part ofWe offer a supportive, challenging and diverse working environment with competitive compensation and fantastic best-in-class benefits packages, including 401(k), medical, dental, vision and life insurance plans with paid vacation and ten paid holidays.If you are seeking a challenging and rewarding career, are motivated and have a strong work ethic, and are interested in working in a world-class, global environment with state-of-the-art projects and technology then we invite you to apply for our role. Interested to join?Please submit your resume/CV today! Kalmar is part of CargotecKalmar is the global leader in sustainable cargo handling for ports, terminals, distribution centres and heavy industry. With our extensive electric portfolio and global service network, we help our customers move towards safer, more eco-efficient and productive operations. Together, we develop innovative solutions that shape the future of our industry, improving our customers’ every move. www.kalmarglobal.comKalmar is part of Cargotec. Cargotec's (Nasdaq Helsinki: CGCBV) sales in 2022 totalled approximately EUR 4 billion and it employs around 11,500 people. www.cargotec.com 

Opportunity at DOE Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education - Department of Energy
Expires: 07/18/2024
DOE Science, Technology and Policy Program Opportunity – DOE Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Managementhttps://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-STP-FECM-2024 About the Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon ManagementThe Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) is seeking motivated students, postgraduates, and faculty to participate in projects at the forefront of the clean energy transition, helping to address the climate crisis through a 12-month fellowship with FECM. FECM plays an important role in providing solutions that address the climate crisis. This includes working to minimize the climate and environmental impacts of fossil energy and key industrial processes to help achieve net-zero emissions across the United States economy. The office works to achieve that mission in ways that benefit communities, provide high-wage jobs, and support domestic energy, industry, and manufacturing.  The overall focus is to ensure the nation’s energy security, build sustainable supply chains, and significantly accelerate reductions in greenhouse gas emissions—all at the same time. What will I be doing?As an ORISE participant, you will:Gain insight into the Federal government's role in the creation of clean energy technology research and development.Contribute to a project, or projects, related to energy and climate change policies by applying scientific and technical knowledge.Continue your education and involvement in areas that support the DOE mission either in a technical or policy-related area. Become part of a team and be mentored by highly trained staff that support research, development, demonstration, and deployment of carbon management technologies and infrastructure to reduce carbon emissions and other environmental impacts of fossil fuel production and use.Appointment Location:  Washington, D.C.Germantown, MDRemote Appointments May be approvedParticipant Benefits: A stipend will be based on appointment level and commensurate with qualifications:Student: Selected applicant will receive a stipend starting at $50,000 (up to $75,000).Postgraduate: Selected applicant will receive a stipend starting at $75,000 (up to $100,000).Faculty: Selected applicant will receive a stipend starting at $100,000 (up to $125,000).FECM will provide a supplemental stipend to offset the costs of health insurance. Participants are eligible to purchase health insurance plans offered through ORISE.  Participants may receive an allowance for education and/or scientific activities as approved by FECM. Travel expenses may be approvedApply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-STP-FECM-2024The details: You must be a U.S. Citizen with a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctoral Degree, or currently pursuingProgram Website: https://www.energy.gov/fecm/office-fossil-energy-and-carbon-managementQuestions? Email [email protected]. Please list the reference code [DOE-STP-FECM-2024] for this opportunity in the subject line of your email

Customer Support Specialist at Cherry Technologies Inc.

Employer: Cherry Technologies Inc.
Expires: 07/16/2024
About CherryStarted in 2019, Cherry is an extremely fast-growing FinTech that has built the simplest, fastest, and most inclusive Buy Now, Pay Later solution for medical practices such as dentists, medical aesthetics, veterinarians etc.Cherry enables medical practices to treat more patients by making their services more financially accessible.Cherry was founded and is led by Stanford entrepreneurs with a previous successful exit and backed by an all-star lineup of investors such as Kleiner Perkins and DCM.www.withcherry.comThe RoleCherry is seeking Customer Support Specialists who provide great customer experience and hold a strong regard for delivering results. The position will be carefully chosen to bring in a person who is passionate about being a part of a small but hard-working team in the beginning, with a major focus on building and improving our team and the company as a whole. ResponsibilitiesWork with customers to satisfy inquiries with one call resolution in mind.Review, monitor, engage and keep track of a high volume of customers per day.Handle both inbound and outbound service level calls in order to assist with both applicants, merchants and borrowers.Review current strategies and provide feedback on how to improve the department and Cherry as a whole.Accurately document all interactions and account level issues with borrowers.Provide problem solving resolutions to inquiries and recommend action based on conversation and account assessment.Work directly with management for improvements from borrower level all the way to systems and processing level.Work in a startup environment with the goal to strive for improvement with both the quality and method of the interaction with borrowers.Be an integral part in the growth of a small company with interactions across all departments.Evening and/or weekend hours may be required.De-escalate scenarios and present resolutions for tough to navigate situations.Qualifications1+ years of experience in customer support/experience.Experience with point of sale lending or financial products desired.Proven ability to multi-task and de-escalate situations across omni-channel communication inquiries.Exceptional ability to prioritize tasks, organize and pay strict attention to detail.Strong work ethic and pride in performance.Experience working in a start up environment is highly preferred but not required.Ability to work independently in a fast paced, ever changing environment with a team first mentality.College Degree desired. High school diploma or GED required.Intermediate level skills in working with Excel/Google Sheets are also highly preferred.Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Attention to detail is a must.Compensation: This position includes an OTE of $75,000 (base pay of $60,000 plus a bonus of $15,000 ) equity, as well as medical, vision, and dental benefits. Cherry provides equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.

Technical Account Manager at Cash Flow Portal

Employer: Cash Flow Portal
Expires: 06/28/2024
 Location: Seattle, WA (Remote)Who we are: At Cash Flow Portal, we make it easy for real estate syndicators to raise money, streamline operations, and reach investors. We are a marketplace between real estate syndicators and passive investors - we want to make it the easiest place on earth to invest in real estate.We at Cash Flow Portal strive to be the most accessible real estate syndication software in the market. In the last 1.5 years, we built a solid product, achieved product-market fit, and created a team of driven and like minded people all across the US. We are now looking for a Technical Account manager to join our team to bridge the gap between our clients and our software engineers so we can continue to serve our customers and evolve our product.We are engineering-driven (the founder was an engineering manager from Silicon Valley), are obsessed with talent density, and want to hire the best engineers possible who are also highly collaborative.We are also highly entrepreneurial and personal finance-minded. We believe that our employees will one day go on to create their own companies, invest in real estate, and want to grow their wealth and achieve financial independence in their own right.We are looking for someone that can: Work with customers on the pre-sales plan and turning the customers desired positive business outcomes into actionable objectivesKnow our common best practices, and use cases in order to guide the customer’s selectionUnderstand the customer journey and be able to guide them on future feature adoptionsAct as the Technical liaison for client questions, issues, or escalations. Work with Account Executives, Product Management, or other teams as neededOwn a book of assigned customers, with a focus on increasing adoption, ensuring retention and growth, and overall customer satisfactionRemain knowledgeable and up-to-date on our product releasesYour Qualifications:Prior experience in Customer Success or equivalent history of increasing satisfaction, adoption, and retentionFamiliarity working with customers of all sizes, especially large enterprise organizationsProject management experience & skillsStrong team player but self-starterStrong technical, analytic, and problem-solving skillsBe the voice of the customer by contributing product ideas and feedback to the engineering team.Contribute to root cause analyses on wins/losses.Communicate lessons learned to the team, this includes the leadership team, the marketing team, and the engineering team.Excellent verbal, written, organizational, presentation, and communications skillsYou share our values, and work in accordance with those valueLogistics: Candidates can be full-time (W2) or contractors with flexible hours. We accept CPT, OPT, and OPT extension. We will also help you apply for H1B if you need. Salary: Competitive base and generous commission structure. To apply, please send your resume to [email protected]

Part/Full Time Entry-level Sales Representative at Globe Life

Employer: Globe Life
Expires: 07/14/2024
Perfect for anyone that is feeling stuck in their current situation. Servers/ Bartenders, Car Salesperson, Housekeepers etc. Anyone interested in building their own business with an entrepreneurial mindset.Residual Income Potential for 6-figure income in your first yearBonusesWe help you with licensing costsPick your shiftsYou have a whole team supporting you from the very startYou Never have to pay for leads with our companyWork remotely from anywhereInsurance BenefitsNo Glass CeilingNo Experience RequiredNo Cold CallingPlenty of Room for Growth so you can reach your fullest potential with your whole team supporting you every step of the way.Commission OR Hourly options are available with the ability to switch at your own discretion depending on your needs.To be considered for permanent employment apply with your resume AND book a career overview. If selected to move forward in hiring process you will be invited to schedule a Final Interview. Link to schedule is https://calendly.com/jeff_97/company-overviewsWe are looking for positive and coachable people to join our team.Globe Life American Income Division is all about Opportunity Unlimited. Opportunity Unlimited means there are no limits to how much you can earn, how far you can advance in your career, or how many people’s lives you can help protect. As an independent contractor, you are in control of your financial worth and leadership performance. If you’re looking for a flexible career opportunity where you truly help change the lives of others, take a closer look at Globe Life American Income Division.Must be an American Citizen and have a legal background allowing you to obtain an insurance license, or already be licensed.

Entry-Level Business/Management Track at Globe Life

Employer: Globe Life
Expires: 07/13/2024
We are seeking Graduates, Post-Grads, and Students that are eager to get started in the business world. You will learn for yourself and be able to advise others on the best route of asset and income protection as well as planning for retirement and final expenses. Potential for 6-figure income in your first yearRetire in 10 yearsRemoteResidual IncomeWeekly Pay and BonusesPerformance RewardsInsurance BenefitsRequirements:Background check- no felonieslaptopcellphone,growth mindsetTo be considered for permanent employment: apply with your resume AND book a career overview. Link to schedule is https://calendly.com/jeff_97/company-overviewsDuring interviews: please make sure your camera is on, you are in an interview-suitable environment, and your Zoom Username is your First and Last name. If selected to move forward in hiring process you will be invited to schedule a Final Interview. 

Operations Intern at DHL Supply Chain

Employer: DHL Supply Chain
Expires: 05/31/2024
DHL Supply Chain is the Americas leader in contract logistics, providing customer-focused solutions to a wide range of industries including automotive, consumer, retail, engineering and manufacturing, life sciences and healthcare, technology, energy and chemicals. DHL Supply Chain’s skilled people make its customers more competitive by creating innovative logistics and supply chain solutions – from initial situation analysis to the continuous improvement programs that help deliver better results every day. DHL Supply Chain has over 25,000 employees in over 400 locations spread throughout the USA and Canada with revenues just under $5 billion in North America. DHL Supply Chain is part of the $20 billion global Supply Chain Division of Deutsche Post DHL (DPDHL). We are currently recruiting for Operations Interns at the following locations:Carson, CAFontana, CAGoodyear, AZLathrop, CALivermore, CAMira Loma, CAOntario, CAPhoenix, AZRedlands, CARialto, CASalt Lake City, UTSan Diego, CAVictorville, CAOperations Interns act as project managers within our distribution centers, while also participating in a formalized Summer Internship Program. The goal of the program is to enhance student’s business acumen through continuous learning and networking opportunities. Throughout the summer, interns have the opportunity to: • Participate in a series of webinars that focus on professional networking, communication and presentation skills • Listen and ask questions to our executives through our Executive Speaker Series • Collaborate with other interns across the U.S. and Canada on a Capstone Project that focuses on improving various aspects of our business for our customers • Travel to Westerville, OH to present their Capstone Project to leadership teams at the Intern Capstone Event, which is hosted at the end of each summer at our headquarters • Network with other interns and business leaders across all regions and business segments within the organization • Be considered for full time roles The primary purpose of an Operations Intern is to assist in quality continuous improvement efforts at one of our facilities. DHL Supply Chain has a business casual environment and focuses on teamwork, associate development and training. The scope of the project may include: • Identify, analyze, and implement new processes • Review inventory accuracy • Write and implement new labor standards • Enhance and implement new training procedures • Assist management with ongoing project work • Participate in continuous improvement projects The project benefits will include: • Reducing errors and waste in the operation • Improve performance against contracted Key Performance Indicators (Order Accuracy, Picking Accuracy, On-time shipping, Cycle Count Program) Interns will work full time during the summer months (2024) at one of over 400 distribution centers nationwide.

Business Development Manager at Scan Logic

Employer: Scan Logic
Expires: 03/08/2024
Title: Business Development Manager - Legal Technology Market Job Description:We are seeking a motivated and results-driven Business Development Manager specializing in the legal technology market to join our innovative team. This role is ideal for someone who is eager to learn, self-motivated, and passionate about contributing to a startup environment. The Business Development Manager will have the opportunity to work remotely and grow their career as they contribute to our company's exciting journey to success with mentorship by industry leaders with decades of experience in legal tech. Join our dynamic team where your ideas shape the future by simplifying law firm finances with our innovative AI  Key Responsibilities:Market Analysis: Conduct comprehensive market analysis within the legal technology sector to identify trends, opportunities, and key players.Strategic Partnerships: Develop and nurture strategic partnerships with key stakeholders, law firms, legal departments, and technology providers to drive business growth.Client Acquisition: Lead the acquisition of new clients by understanding their needs and offering tailored solutions that align with our products and services.Sales Strategy: Develop and implement effective sales strategies to penetrate the legal technology market and achieve revenue targets.Relationship Management: Cultivate and maintain strong relationships with existing clients, ensuring exceptional service and identifying opportunities.Product Understanding: Develop a deep understanding of our products and services and effectively communicate their value proposition to potential clients.Collaboration: Work closely with the marketing and product teams to align business development efforts with marketing initiatives and product enhancements.our company is committed to providing mentorship and comprehensive training, ensuring you acquire the skills and expertise needed to excel in fulfilling these duties."Qualifications:2 years of experience in technology sales or marketing preferredProven track record of successfully driving sales and business growth in the legal tech market preferredexceptional communication and interpersonal skills.Ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team.Location: US Flexible/Remote If you are a strategic thinker and have a passion for driving business growth in this sector, we encourage you to apply.

Growth Strategist Intern at nextstay

Employer: nextstay
Expires: 07/06/2024
The growth strategist role is core to our mission of helping 50,000 students this summer to sublease their apartments or find short-term affordable housing in New York City.We are looking for Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors who are passionate about helping students navigate the most expensive and important decision they make every year: where to live.Description of roleWe have designed the growth strategist role to be a crash course in entrepreneurship. A nextstay growth strategist will work with the co-founders to set a target number of student signups for their campus and develop and execute a strategy to reach that target. Growth strategists are encouraged to be creative and results-driven in their approach.Weekly responsibilitiesSet weekly goals in terms of the number of student signups and develop a weekly outreach planTrack the effectiveness of your effortsPerksExperience in growing a business through strategic thinking and executionWork with a dynamic and collaborative team of marketing, strategy, and tech professionals.Exposure to various aspects of the startup ecosystem, including fundraising, product development, and customer acquisition   

Project Engineer at Flintco

Employer: Flintco
Expires: 07/04/2024
Founded in 1908, Flintco now employs more than 800 people in 8 cities serving clients in healthcare, education, hospitality, sports and industrial. Flintco also self-performs concrete, steel erection and excavation. Nothing matters more to us than the quality and growth of our people. Our teams are smart, humble and disciplined. Flintco is recognized for its commitment to safety and quality, using Lean principles as a guide to continuous improvement. The five guiding principles of our Ethos are: Safety, Integrity, Quality, Accountability and Honesty. We live it every day.Flintco Project Engineers are responsible for assisting Project Manager and Superintendent by performing specifically delegated administrative and technical work assignments. This is a remote project assignment eligible for subsistence.  Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesAll duties and responsibilities include the following; however, other duties may be assigned. To perform in this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.• Assist Project Manager in writing/reviewing subcontracts and purchase orders to assure that the scope of work is accurate and complete; that all the necessary provisions are included; and that the contract amounts are correct.• Review thoroughly the Project Documents and become familiar with Project participants (i.e. Architect, Owner, local authorities, Subcontractors and Suppliers) to enable productive day-to-day operations between company and other participants. Represent company in project meetings, as required.• Assist in determining submittal requirements and preparing and maintaining submittal log. Expedite materials/equipment from pre-approval stage through final delivery stage to ensure the correct material/equipment is delivered to meet project schedule. Includes reviewing, correcting, and obtaining approval on all submittals.• Assist in developing and maintaining overall project schedule, and short-term schedules. Make regular site visits to observe and inspect that the project is being built properly and that it is progressing on schedule.• Duties may also include maintaining daily records and preparation and submittal of weekly time sheets and/or prevailing wage payrolls to payroll clerk.• Receive, evaluate and disseminate correspondence, directives, questions, clarifications, and other information between Owner, Architect, Subcontractors and Suppliers, to ensure timely response of requested information, and changes and directives are being acted upon by all participants.• Assist in maintaining project files and documentation, including transmittals, telephone conversations, submittals, letters, etc., assuring that project documentation is organized and complete so that a clear and accurate history of the project is maintained.• Assist in keeping estimated and actual cost records current and accurate, and in tracking Subcontractor/Supplier and company self-performed work, to provide justification for billing.• When directed, expedite, and obtain all necessary permits (building, occupancy, etc.), all record documents (i.e. as-built drawings, operation & maintenance manuals, warranties, etc.) are received in a timely manner so as to not delay construction progress• Assist in administration of Zero Punch List policy.• Perform additional duties as assigned and directed by supervisor or another authorized person.Knowledge/Skills/AbilityKnowledge of methods and technology, sufficient to have the ability to determine proper construction sequencing, procurement planning, and review and correct submittals. Ability to maintain, inform and communicate with construction team. Ability to make well informed decisions on behalf of the company and know when to seek assistance from higher authority before making decisions. Ability to read and interpret construction drawings and specifications accurately. Knowledge of and application skills in Geometry, Trigonometry, and Algebra. Working knowledge of computers and standard company software. Thorough knowledge of company policies and procedures.EducationB.S. in Engineering, Construction Management or equivalent combination of education, technical training and related experience. 

New Business Development Lead at BKNY Venture Holdings Inc.

Employer: BKNY Venture Holdings Inc.
Expires: 07/01/2024
BKNY Venture Holdings Inc. is seeking energetic, passionate, innovative and self-driven New Business Development Lead to remotely join our team. This is a tremendous opportunity for a motivated individual to grow with our organization and develop into a senior sales role with tremendous upside across our family of brands. The ideal candidate will be an amazing communicator with a desire to make our customer’s lives better through our service offerings.  We are offering an aggressive compensation structure that will allow the right candidate to grow exponentially with us. BKNY Venture Holdings is a family of brands that include Consumer Goods, an Advertising and Marketing Agency, several app startups and an IT Services company. Responsibilities for the New Business Development Lead include:Identify leads and opportunities to fill their new business funnelCultivate and develop relationships that lead to successful acquisition of new business for the organizationAide in the development of strategies that help our overall new business acquisition rateConnect with customer in an open and informative way that supports both organization’s growth objectivesDriving conversations and conversations Qualifications:Understanding you are selling each customer a solution customized for themYou must be able to think on your feet – we want you to be able to fit our solutions for any customer’s unique situationA Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, Communications, Marketing, Advertising, Business Management or related fields (preferred but not required)Strong ability to multi-task, prioritize activities and take initiativeExcellent verbal and written communicationProven self-starter with desire to further knowledge across our industries on both the client-relation and business sidesStrong knowledge of Microsoft Suite and Google Suite, as well as current/emerging social media platformsMust have a great attitude! We believe that the right attitude is what really elevates brandsSeeking a candidate looking for international experience with clients across the world, and the ability to bring contrasting viewpoints to our clients’ campaigns and drive innovation For more information on BKNY Venture Holdings Inc. and its brands, please visit: https://bknyholdings.com. 

Micro-Internships (Paid, Professional Projects - All Majors) at Parker Dewey

Employer: Parker Dewey
Expires: 01/03/2025
Take part in flexible, professional, paid work experiences through Parker Dewey Micro-Internships! If you are looking for opportunities to demonstrate your skills, explore career paths, and expand your network, but don’t have time for a traditional internship, these project-centered experiences are perfect for you. Most can be completed remotely, typically involve 10 to 40 hours of work, and are deadline-driven as opposed to specific hours. Set up your profile through Parker Dewey and start applying today!https://www.parkerdewey.com/career-launchers 

3D DESIGN Intern- 2024 at Beyond the Runway

Employer: Beyond the Runway
Expires: 06/29/2024
Overview:Beyond the Runway is a Fashion Tech startup based out of Los Angeles, CA, and New York, NY. We are the only 3D Avatar Fit Technology (SAAS) company that integrates with fashion e-commerce sites using groundbreaking Virtual Try On technology. The founders have a combined vast number of years of experience starting companies and working for major fashion brands around the world like Prada, Moschino, and Valentino.  We are looking for a remote Graphic Design intern who wants to gain experience and build their portfolio while contributing to a dynamic business. This role will allow for a robust creative license as well as guidance from seasoned founders. The internship will span Jan 2024-June 204 with flexible dates. Website: www.beyondtherunway.com Responsibilities:• Generate accurate CLO 3D CAD garments, to communicate designer’s products.• Collaborate with Social Media and Marketing teams to create presentations• Able to manage priorities and meet deadlines• Stay up to date with new design software Qualifications:• Proficient in Clo3D, Marvelous Designer, and/or Scanatic™ DC Suite• Knowledge of garment construction, pattern drafting and textiles is required• Excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills Who are you?We are seeking individuals who are passionate about the future of technology development inthe fashion industry. As a 3D Designer, you will be supporting the design team in developing digitalpatterns and producing virtual 3D garments. You will be reading patterns and converting theminto digital assets to achieve authentic garment fit. Along the way, will be expected to use yourfull range of pattern drafting, clothing constructions and textile skills to build digital 3DProducts. You will be working closely with the company visionaries, software developers, social media,and marketing teams, producing assets that will support our software and brand. More About You:*Knowledge of fashion brands and trends*Ability to conceptualize appropriate design for decks/presentations*Ability to work in a fast-paced, changing environment *Flexibility, Positivity, and Good Time Management*Mastery of Clo3D, Marvelous Designer, and/or Scanatic™ DC Suite*Eagerness to learn new things*Strong writing skills*Video creating/editing skills a plus *Squarespace proficiency  To Apply for this internship, you should send us two or more of the following:-An online website or portfolio link-An example of previous design/branding work-A strong existing presence on one or more social media platforms. Share a link or handle! "This internship is structured to serve as academic credit. Additionally, a semester-end stipend (based on the monthly learning stipend rate) will be compensated after the project. Company equity may also be offered as a compensation option in select cases. Additional performance bonus may be extended on an ad hoc basis."  

Technical Sales Business Development Intern at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Employer: Siemens Digital Industries Software
Expires: 06/27/2024
Siemens Industry Software Inc. Strategic Student Program (SSP)  Discover your career with us at Siemens Industry Software!  We are a leading global software company dedicated to the world of computer aided design, 3D modeling and simulation— helping innovative global manufacturers design better products, faster!  With the resources of a large company, and the energy of a software start-up, we have fun together while creating a world class software portfolio. Our culture encourages creativity, welcomes fresh thinking and focuses on growth, so our people, our business, and our customers can achieve their full potential.   We’re currently recruiting students for our Summer 2024 Strategic Student Program. Our intern positions will allow you to find a career path that most inspires you. Here, you will apply your education to solve real-world problems, and turn theory into practice. At Siemens, our goal is to empower our students to become the next leaders of our company.    Baseline Requirements: Currently enrolled as a university student working towards a BA/BS and expected graduation within 2 years Minimum 3.0 GPA  Authorized to work in the United States without the need for current or future sponsorship by the company Remote or hybrid in Austin, TX Perks: Networking with our global leaders Mentorship from senior engineers Individual career development planning  Professional and technical workshops Energetic student community Leadership opportunities Potential for full time offers after university graduation and completion of the program Paid volunteer time off Employee discounts at our top customer sites  Technical Sales Business Development Intern EDA Global Services  As a Business Development Intern, you will play a pivotal role in driving the growth of our organization. Collaborating closely with the Systems TSS (technical solution sales) field team, your key responsibilities will include qualifying leads generated from webinars and seminars, thereby contributing to the development of new business opportunities. Additionally, you will provide invaluable support in the setup of webinars and seminars, acting as a catalyst for lead generation. Your role extends to conducting account research to identify target accounts, aiding in the pursuit of strategic business objectives. Ideal candidates will possess a keen interest in technical sales or marketing, with prior experience in cold-calling or customer-facing roles being a distinct advantage. This internship offers a unique opportunity for exposure to the broader technology sales and marketing process, providing an enriching experience alongside first-class professionals in the field.  Key Responsibilities: Nurture and qualify leads generated from webinars, seminars, and account-based marketing campaigns Assist in the setup of webinars and seminars to drive lead development Provide account research to identify target accounts for pursuit Collaborate with the Systems TSS field team for new business development  Qualifications: Interest in a career in technical sales or marketing Experience in cold-calling or customer-facing roles is a plus Willingness to invest time in learning technology for business qualification  Additional Information: Gain exposure to the technology sales and marketing process Work with a first-class team of professionals Opportunities for professional development   Why Join Us: Career Development: Gain exposure to the overall technology sales and marketing process with the opportunity for career growth within our organization. Professional Exposure: Work alongside first-class sales and marketing professionals, learning from their expertise and contributing to impactful projects. Structured Internship Program: Benefit from a well-established system and process designed to integrate interns seamlessly into our broader team, ensuring a positive and enriching experience.   If you are enthusiastic about business development, have a keen interest in technical sales, and are ready to contribute to our dynamic team, we invite you to apply for this exciting internship opportunity.   #LI-EDA #LI-Remote #SSP  We are Siemens  A collection of over 377,000 minds building the future, one day at a time in over 200 countries. We're dedicated to equality, and we welcome applications that reflect the diversity of the communities we work in. All employment decisions at Siemens are based on qualifications, merit, and business need. Bring your curiosity and creativity and help us shape tomorrow! We offer a comprehensive reward package which includes a competitive basic salary, bonus scheme, generous holiday allowance, pension, and private healthcare. Siemens Software. Where today meets tomorrow.   Working at Siemens Software | Why us?  Working at Siemens Software means flexibility - Choosing between working at home and the office at other times is the norm here. We offer great benefits and rewards, as you'd expect from a world leader in industrial software.    We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation. 

C++ developer (f/m/d) at think-cell Software GmbH

Employer: think-cell Software GmbH - Development team
Expires: 04/30/2024
Join us as a C++ developer (f/m/d)Location: Berlin, Germany or remoteDo you believe in beauty when it comes to programming? Do you have a vivid interest in elegant algorithms? Are you fluent in C++? If so, we would like to meet you. Here is what we offer in a nutshell:A wide array of extremely challenging C++ development tasksAn international team of brilliant mindsA working environment that makes this team stay and growEnough time to make sure that every detail of your solution is perfectA flat organization and plenty of room for your ideasNo scheduled meetingsFamily-friendly working hours, no deadlines, no overtimeSupport for relocationA competitive salary from the start and a raise to EUR 130,000 annually after only one yearAbout usthink-cell is a fast-paced software company in Berlin, Germany, with a focus on developing graphics products that stand out from the crowd. More than 1,000,000 users worldwide rely on our software for their daily business as it makes creating graphical presentations so much easier, faster, and more enjoyable. Among our customers are many renowned consulting companies and large international corporations.We do not have to make compromises with regard to code quality and beauty, because think-cell is highly profitable. We are willing to go the extra mile to develop sophisticated algorithms and refine our user interface, and we are proud of our many happy customers. The fact that the company is owned and managed by seasoned computer scientists certainly contributes to a working environment that makes exceptional developers come and stay.About our softwareOur focus is on business slides (as opposed to more artful applications) because they offer great potential for the automation of layout tasks that are traditionally performed by PowerPoint users themselves. Challenges are plenty: from a solid understanding of what makes a good layout and which guidelines are followed by humans who do manual layout, to algorithms that produce an acceptable output fast enough for interactive slide design, to a graphical user interface that supports our new, original approach to slide layout in a way that is easy to understand yet unobtrusive, to solid technical solutions for automatic bug reporting and automatic updates, to compatibility with third-party software on the computers of half a million users.Here are some highlights of what we have done.LanguageEverything we do is C++. Even our customer portal is written in C++. There is some Assembler glue code where it is necessary, and our build scripts are written in Python, but other than that think-cell is all about C++.We closely track the latest versions of our compilers, Visual C++ and Xcode, so we can always use the latest C++ standard features as soon as they become available.We fund the working group for programming languages of the German Institute for Standardization (DIN). Some of our employees are members of this committee and vote in the international standardization process of ISO/IEC C++.We sponsor the Standard C++ Foundation helping them to promote the understanding and use of modern Standard C++ on all compilers and platforms.LibraryWe use Boost throughout our code, e.g., Boost.Spirit for parsing.We have our own range library, in the same spirit as Boost.Range or Eric Niebler’s range-v3, but going further, for example, by unifying internal and external iteration. We gave a talk about it, and most of the code is public.We develop our own cross-platform library to support Mac and Windows with a single code base.We have our own reference-counting and persistence libraries to save and restore whole object trees.We have an extensive bug reporting infrastructure. Assertions and error checks stay in the release code, and our software automatically reports bugs to our server. The server analyzes the bug, categorizes it and files it in a database that all developers can access. If an update fixes the bug, the user can download the update directly from a bug response web page.Algorithmsthink-cell was founded on the idea for an algorithm for automatic slide layout, and we are still on an exciting journey towards that ambitious vision. You can see our most recent release in action!We developed a new algorithm for automatic point cloud labeling that allows labels to be positioned away from the actual points.We developed a new algorithm for automatic column chart labeling.We are working with John Forrest – author of the linear solver CLP – to make his simplex code faster on our kind of problems.We developed many generic data structures that are not in C++ or Boost, for example partitions.Our software not only produces charts, it is also able read them back from paper. For our chart recognition tool, we rely on OpenCV and the Leptonica Image Processing Library.Reverse EngineeringWe do lots of reverse engineering with the disassembler IDA from Hex-Rays, in order to achieve things that are not possible via the documented Microsoft Office API.We wrote probably the best function hooking engine out there. On each start of our software, we patch the Microsoft Office executables in memory. Rather than hard-coding patch addresses, we search for small chunks of assembly code to be robust against minor changes in the executables.About this jobWe are looking for smart, creative developers with a solid theoretical background. Our team of developers consists of those with 15+ years of commercial experience in various fields, to fresh graduates in Computer Science, Physics, and Mathematics. A university degree or work experience with C++, together with a fresh and creative problem-solving approach would be an excellent combination for this role. As all of our recruitment steps are task-based, the selection is based on the skills demonstrated during our tests.You will work largely independently and will be responsible for the whole range of activities when implementing a new feature. You should be able to look at a problem from the user's perspective and discuss abstract concepts with fellow developers. We expect each of our developers to do architecture, design, implementation, customer feedback, and bug fixing, rather than splitting these activities between several people. We thus put everyone in control of their own work.At think-cell, there are no deadlines and no scheduled meetings. A feature is ready to be released when you are convinced that you have implemented the best possible solution. Meetings take place as needed, with only the people who are actually involved being required to be present. At any time in the process, ideas, suggestions, and criticism from anybody in the hierarchy are welcome and are seriously considered. Your ideas are welcome, even if they mean that we have to change a lot of code to make things better.We have published several scientific articles in the areas of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Graphics and we will encourage you to do the same. We sponsor visits to conferences and have close relationships with universities and research institutes in the U.S. and Germany.think-cell encourages a healthy work-life balance. We do not work at night or on weekends.We pay very competitive salaries and offer our developers EUR 130,000 annually following one year of employment. If necessary, we will go out of our way to help you relocate to Berlin and will do what we can to help you acquire a work permit. While you should be able to communicate effectively in English, knowing German is not required. German language courses can be arranged if desired.

Account Manager at Phigenics LLC

Employer: Phigenics LLC
Expires: 06/20/2024
Account Manager - Grand Rapids, MIPhigenics is seeking a highly motivated sales professional to be a part of an entrepreneurial company that provides solutions for safer, more efficient and more cost-effective facility water systems. This Account Manager must bring a consultative sales approach and a willingness to build new relationships in the growing Great Lakes Area. The ability to educate facility managers and business owners on the technical details and the ability to identify, deliver and communicate value will be key to success in this role.Company Summary:Phigenics provides independent expert guidance and advanced technologies to our clients to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and overall safety of water systems. Our clients include a diverse mix of industry leaders in healthcare, hospitality, government, higher education, retail, and manufacturing facilities. Phigenics does not sell water treatment chemicals and is not biased toward any treatment technology or supplier. Position Summary:The Account Manager (AM) will report to the Regional Manager. The AM will need to be able to work autonomously in many different situations and will be responsible for all sales efforts, design, implementation, and maintenance of Phigenics services for various clients. The AM will have expert technical knowledge to service client accounts as the technical expert in the delivery of Phigenics Independent Water Management Services. This position will require knowledge of facilities, utilities, chemistry, and microbiology, as they relate to the safety and sustainable (green) management of water in buildings. Skills and Qualifications:Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in science, engineering, or mathematics required. Chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, environmental engineering, chemistry, biochemistry or microbiology preferred.Minimum 2 to 5 years of job experience; water-related experience in engineering or the sciences is preferred. Will consider exceptionally strong entry-level candidates with B.S. degreeUnderstand building water systems, boiler systems, cooling towers / chiller systems, energy efficiency, utility engineering and how to calculate ROIsUnderstand water chemistry and microbiologyExcellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skillsExcellent presentation and facilitation skillsSelf-motivated and directed. "Can do" attitudeStrong desire to learn new conceptsDemonstrate commitment to high ethical standards and a diverse workplaceAbility to adapt to a fast paced continually changing business and work environment while managing multiple prioritiesUnderstand and use MS Office, Gmail and various Google applications Work Environment / TravelPosition requires traveling to client sites in a region, holding meetings, servicing equipment, and collecting water samples. Some overnight travel will be involved. Dress is normally coat and tie or female equivalent. The wearing of PPE is sometimes required. The position often requires a great deal of walking around client sites, may include climbing stairs or ladders, and may require lifting up to 25 pounds. May provide occasional support in other regions. Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.Phigenics LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate based on actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, alien age or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability or handicap, sex, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, arrest record, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.

Designer (Architectural and Interiors) at Eigelberger

Employer: Eigelberger
Expires: 06/19/2024
                                                                   EIGELBERGER LLC350 Market St | Suite 309 | Basalt, CO 81621 Job Title:  Designer Position Summary:The Junior Designer will work under the guidance of senior staff, participating in all aspects of a project, including technical, business, design, and administrative components. They will be part of a collaborative team, they will work towards creating meaningful work tailored to each particular site and client. Who We Are:We understand that architecture must be rooted in the land and respond to both the natural and built environment around it. Local materials, vernacular, and urban or rural density must be taken into account to blend the building into the landscape, providing a seamless living environment that embraces the outdoors whilst bringing warmth to the interiors. Taking into account the needs of the client and the environment, we thoughtfully respond to each setting's unique context and provide sustainable architectural solutions.We're passionate about design and encourage employees to pursue personal interests outside of work for a balanced life. We firmly believe that people's diverse experiences, whether through outdoor activities or other pursuits, enrich both our team and our lives. Candidates should possess the following skills, experience, and qualifications: Degree in architecture from an accredited university.Pursuit of architectural license/NCIDQ a plus.0-3 years of experience.Detail-oriented and organized.Exhibits good listening and comprehension.Expresses ideas and thoughts in both written and verbal form.Effectively uses a variety of appropriate tools to communicate appropriately such as sketching, memos, or leading a Zoom meeting. Displays courtesy and sensitivity.Manages difficult or emotional client situations.Meets commitments. What Eigelberger Architecture and Design offers:Opportunity to grow with a team that is passionate about design while working on excellent projects nationwide.Competitive benefits package including:Healthcare Plan is covered at 100% by the company under our Standard Policy Plan, with additional tiers available at the employee's expense.Dental and vision insurance with various tiers401k matchingLTD, STD, LifeUnlimited PTO policySick LeaveWellness BenefitPaid holiday daysAt the time of this job posting, the range for this position is 60k-80k. Actual compensation depends on experience, market factors, and internal equity factors.  

Architecture Intern at Burns & McDonnell

Employer: Burns & McDonnell
Expires: 06/01/2024
The Architecutal Intern will work collaboratively with our project teams of architects, designers and engineers to create world class design on a variety of projects including corporate, healthcare, research, institutional, mission critical, manufacturing, retail, hospitality, airport, government, and military. This position will assist in developing architectual design solutions.Assist in architectural design and documentation for various projects.Assist with tasks utlizing standard architecture design programs.Participate in continuous architectual design improvement efforts.Present to internal manager to demonstrate architectural ideas.Research design solutions to client questions; analyze and recommend solutions to design problems.All other duties as assigned. Specific assignments and project work vary depending on the market segments. Please see below for information on each market:  Aviation & FederalThe Aviation & Federal group is responsible for program management, master planning, facility design commissioning, and operational systems design of commercial aviation and Federal & Military projects, including buildings, infrastructure, hangars, passenger terminals, fueling & ramp services, runways, and aviation support facilities.    Global FacilitiesThe Global Facilities group is responsible for the planning and design of manufacturing facilities, administrative buildings, district energy systems, data centers, and mission-critical facilities. They work in a variety of industries including food and beverage, consumer products, healthcare, commercial, life sciences, pharmaceutical, and aerospace manufacturing industries.   Qualifications Pursuit of Bachelor's or Master's degree in Architecture from an accredited program is required.Currently enrolled, and in good standing, in a post-secondary education and/or technical certificate program in a field related to the work done in the department.Minimum of a 3.0 GPA strongly preferred.Prior internship and/or related consulting experience preferred.Actively involved in campus, community or other volunteer activities or organizations.Excellent verbal and written communication skills.Strong problem solving and analytical skills.Basic knowledge and experience in Microsoft Office programs, including, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.Demonstrated leadership skills.Self-motivated and eager learner, aptitude to grow and develop within the field.Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis without requiring future sponsorship for employment visa status.EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans

Postdoctoral Researcher - Arctic Carbon Flux Monitoring at Woodwell Climate Research Center

Employer: Woodwell Climate Research Center
Expires: 04/01/2024
Postdoctoral Researcher - Arctic Carbon Flux MonitoringFalmouth, Massachusetts or RemoteMission: Woodwell Climate Research Center (Woodwell Climate) conducts science for solutions at the nexus of climate, people, and nature. We partner with leaders and communities for just meaningful impacts to address the climate crisis.  Summary: Woodwell Climate is seeking a Postdoctoral Researcher to contribute to the establishment and maintenance of an Arctic Carbon Monitoring Network, which will include the establishment of new eddy covariance monitoring sites across the Arctic-boreal region. Provide coordination and support for existing flux sites, and application of flux data to understand current and future carbon budgets across the Arctic-boreal region. The Postdoctoral Researcher will work closely with external collaborators and Woodwell scientists to develop the Monitoring Network, including identifying and establishing new flux sites, sharing and publishing research results, and working with the project team to upscale and integrate data into a pan-Arctic modeling framework to assess the current and future carbon balance of the Arctic-boreal region. This position is part of Permafrost Pathways, to monitor and to project Arctic-boreal carbon emissions, inform climate mitigation policy, and facilitate climate adaptation in permafrost regions. This position will work within a highly collaborative environment and be supported by a strong project team including process modelers, remote sensing experts, field scientists, a project manager, communications and policy experts. Responsibilities: Work closely with scientists and collaborators to guide the development of the Arctic Carbon Monitoring Network, including the establishment of about ten new eddy covariance flux sites and support for existing sites as needed to ensure data continuity and coverageTravel internationally to establish and maintain eddy covariance flux sitesCoordinate field-based research activities, including oversight of project research assistantsLead collection, processing, analysis, and archiving of eddy covariance flux dataLead manuscript preparation and publicationPresent results at relevant conferences and meetingsCollaborate with a team of Arctic researchers to understand and communicate the implications of changing Arctic carbon budgets on global climateRequired Qualifications and Experience:Ph.D. (granted or expected soon) in Earth System Science, Environmental Science, Ecology, Atmospheric Science, or a related field requiredKnowledge of Arctic carbon cycling, Arctic ecology, and/or climate change researchExperience setting up and/or maintaining eddy covariance instrumentation, and collecting, processing, interpreting, and synthesizing eddy-covariance flux dataExperience analyzing data using Python, MATLAB, or R Excellent interpersonal, teamwork, written, and verbal communication skillsDemonstrated record of publication in scientific journalsAbility to work with minimal supervision and provide supervision and mentorship to others as required Commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in sciencesExperience and/or interest in research collaboration and co-production of knowledge with Arctic Indigenous scientists, knowledge-holders, and residentsWillingness to travel a few weeks a year, about 25% of time, mostly in May- SeptemberExperience leading field-based research campaign preferredPhysical Requirements:In the office:Ability to tolerate sustained periods of walking, standing, sittingAbility to lift 25 poundsAbility to communicateAbility to kneel, bend, and carry itemsAbility to use phone and computersRepetitive movementsAir, train, vehicle travel to attend meetings/eventIn the field, the physical requirements of this role include:Air, train, vehicle travel to access field locationsDriving a vehicle or ATV to access field locationsWalking, hiking, climbing to access field locationsPaddling, canoeing to access field locationsStanding and sitting for sustained periodsFrequent bending, squatting, and kneelingReaching overheadClimbing laddersUse of manual and power tools including shovels, saws, drills, and hammersAbility to lift up to 25lbs up to 10 times/dayAbility to carry up to 25lbs up to 10 times/dayAbility to push/pull up to 25lbs up to 10 times/day Application review will begin on January 15, 2024, and will be ongoing until the opportunity is closed.Desired Start Date: March 4, 2024Classification and Compensation: This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position, the annual salary range starting at $69,000.00 dependent on qualifications/experience. Woodwell offers a generous benefits package and work life balance.Location: Falmouth, Massachusetts or remote.Application Instructions: To apply, please send your cover letter addressing your experience and qualifications in relation to the responsibilities of this position, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references as a single PDF to our career’s portal. 

Civil and Environmental Engineer(s) at Galt Group Inc

Employer: Galt Group Inc
Expires: 06/16/2024
Position(s) Overview: REQUIREMENTS: MUST BE US CITIZEN.ENGINEERING (Civil / Environmental) preferred, other STEM degrees accepted.FULL TIME POSITIONS: ability to work up to 40 hrs weekly.www.galtgroup.net, is a Federal certified 8(a) and SDB engineering services company.  We are currently actively recruiting for Water Resource / Civil / Environmental Engineer(s) to join our highly collaborative team in northern Virginia DMV Metro area-OR-West Palm Beach FL. These positions offer potential for development in a great collaborative working environment and the opportunity to apply the latest technology to help our federal client meet mission critical program objectives. Typical projects involve helping applicants complete programmatic floodplain management requirements, H&H modeling, and other watershed planning actions through the FEMA federal LOMR/CLOMR/PMR review process.Instructions: US Citizenship required. Position interest with resumes should be sent to [email protected] Location: Northern Virginia (Fairfax) / DMV Metro Area-OR-West Palm Beach, FLKey Responsibilities:Perform hydrologic and hydraulic (H&H) modeling of riverine systems as part of the NFIP MT2 (LOMR/CLOMR/PMR) Engineering, Assessment, and Planning;Perform quality control reviews of H&H analyses completed by government and commercial entities;Execute one-dimensional and two-dimensional flood risk modeling software applications such as HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS and other similar software in collaborations with peers and colleagues;Review data used to support hydrologic and hydraulic modeling;Execute established procedures, perform routine calculations and process GIS data necessary to support hydrologic and hydraulic modeling review efforts;Perform/support preparation of floodplain and watershed studies as member of project teams in compliance with FEMA standards and specifications and assist with Quality Assurance and Quality Control for flood insurance study deliverables;Evaluate flood mitigation and flood control projects and their effectiveness;Work with ArcGIS software and extensions in support of flood risk modeling and mapping and other water resources project needs;Work with a team of Water Resources Engineers and GIS specialists supporting various planning and water resources, flood risk management and environmental restoration projects;Support reporting, data entry and perform applicant (governmental and commercial) communications;Work collaboratively on other duties as assigned.Required Qualifications:Bachelor or Masters of Science in an accredited related Engineering/Scientific Degree.Strong written and verbal communication skills.Time management skills and self - motivated to continue learning.Desired Additional Qualifications:Coursework or work experience in hydrology / hydraulics (H&H) and other related subjects.Experience with H&H modeling and models such as HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, and ArcGIS.Any level familiarity with Floodplain management (ideally FEMA NFIP Floodplain Management).Position(s) Pay & Benefits:Annual Pay: highly competitive commensurate with experience and education.Entry Level = $78-$85K (0-5yrs), Mid Level = $90-$100K (5-10yrs), Medical: (company pays 80% of employee medical premium)Vision: (company pays 80% of employee vision premium)401K: (plan allows company annual sole decision/discretion to conduct additional 401K profit share contribution)Paid Time Off: SickPaid Time Off: VacationPaid Time Off: HolidaysGalt Group Inc. is a equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and a drug, alcohol and smoke free work place. Successful completion and adjudication of employment background screen is requirement for offer completion/validation and/or continued employment

Urban Government Intern II at City of Detroit

Employer: City of Detroit
Expires: 03/31/2024
The Mayoral Fellowship Program is a premier opportunity for engaged, motivated, and civic-minded graduate/undergraduate students from all disciplines to apply their coursework to one of the greatest municipalities in the world: the City of Detroit.Interns will serve the people of Detroit by supporting policy, communications, and public engagement initiatives within the city government. By working hand-in-hand with senior staff across many different City of Detroit departments and sister agencies throughout the city, interns will offer recommendations and possibly implement programs that improve the lives of Detroit's 673,000 residents. This unique opportunity to work with current decision makers and assist in the implementation of strategy will distinguish you and your skillset to any future employer.Examples of DutiesInterns are placed in a City department based on their stated experience, background and suitability for a specific project or office.Interns work under the direct supervision of a department mentor on high-impact projects designed to improve the quality of life for Detroit residents.Interns will have the opportunity to participate in our lunch and learn speaker series, which will give them an opportunity to be exposed to both private and public sector leaders.Daily responsibilities will vary by position. Regardless of placement, interns are guaranteed to be exposed to varied responsibilities within their role.Minimum QualificationsThere is no subject specific bachelor's or master’s degree requirement although the program mainly attracts people focused on public administration, public policy, urban planning, public health, law, business administration, social work, or transportation planning and engineering. Be a currently enrolled undergraduate/graduate student or recent gradate at the time of employmentDemonstrate a strong commitment to excellence as evidenced by professional success, academic honors, leadership ability, extracurricular activities, and involvement in community or public serviceBe enthusiastic about public service and city governmentEmbody strong personal character and conviction

2024 Internship at Knobelsdorff Enterprises

Employer: Knobelsdorff Enterprises
Expires: 06/14/2024
Purpose: As a KE intern, you will work with an Enterprises, Electrical, Engineering or Energy team in all phases of the KE business operations. You will be provided a wide range of experience in your chosen field and will have a great foundation to start your career.     Responsibilities Gain understanding of Knobelsdorff Enterprises overall mission, brand, company goals, and service values.  Participate in each of the division’s teams to gain a broad range of experience in Administrative, Electrical, Engineering/Automation, or Energy. Seek and gain knowledge of current best practices. Learn and become efficient in Knobelsdorff Enterprise’s internal software systems. Observe and provide suggestions for Division leaders for improving internal processes based on best practices currently taught. Gain competency in Microsoft applications included Word, Excel, and Outlook. Engage with designated, project focused tasks, propose ideas, and solutions, and present final project solutions. Interpret documents, specifications, verbal and written instructions while maintaining confidentiality. Follow Knobelsdorff Enterprise’s safety policies and procedures.   Additional duties as assigned. Qualifications  The requirements listed in job descriptions are guidelines, not fixed rules. You do not have to satisfy every requirement or meet every qualification listed. If you feel you are an excellent candidate, we encourage you to apply!  Enrolled, and in good standing in a related program. Desire to learn, and professional drive.  Self-starter & team player. Dedication to the your chosen industry, and it’s best practices.  Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license that represents a history of safe & competent driving. Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check. Physical Requirements Must be able to sit, stand, kneel, stoop, walk, and sit for long periods of time  Must be physically capable of lifting and carrying up to 20 lbs. Accessibility: If you need accommodations as part of the employment process, please contact Knobelsdorff Human Resources at 651-923-4970 or via email at [email protected].  Why Work for Knobelsdorff  In the early 1980s, in a small garage on a plot of family-owned land, Knobelsdorff Enterprises began. At the beginning KE was a small operation, serving local agricultural and industrial facilities. Three decades of hard work, and a commitment to excellence has grown KE into four divisions. Teamwork, and dedication to our core values has expanded our operations nationwide and have grown to surpass 200 employees. We continue to grow, and drive success with the same steadfast dedication, and core values since the start. Join us today!  We offer our employees a career with plenty of room to grow. We offer customizable training programs, and educational stipends so employees can continue to develop.  Great benefits with a wide selection of options to choose from. Our benefit package includes a competitive compensation and benefits package, including paid health, dental, life, long-term disability, vacation, and a 401(k)-retirement plan with company match We offer an unparalleled culture that allows employees a work/home balance that fits their lifestyle choices. We have paid vacation based on years of service, as well as unpaid vacation to meet your own work/life balance choices.  We have full time work booked years in advance to offer you sustainable employment.  For more about our culture visit our careers page at https://www.knobelsdorffenterprises.com/careers   EEO  Knobelsdorff is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans. EEO is the Law poster English – Spanish EEO is the Law Supplement poster English – Spanish Pay Transparency Policy Statement English 

Consultant Engineer I at FM Global

Employer: FM Global
Expires: 06/12/2024
If you enjoy variety, we will put your time-management and organization skills to use handling field visits, office work, and projects for large commercial clients. We will provide you with extensive training to understand our business, build relationships with mentors, and learn FM Global's best-in-class industry standards. In this role, you will work independently with a lifeline of 200 years of support and experience.ResponsibilitiesInitially, your assignments are structured for you to learn. You will gradually begin assessing risks at larger commercial properties. You will visit client facilities and perform evaluations that will help our clients reduce risks in their business and at their properties.You will perform “hands-on” site assessments of physical properties including roofs and conduct evaluations which include, but are not limited to, site water supplies, dust hazards, chemical storage, and rack storage arrangements of client products.Consultant Engineers are encouraged to follow FM Global Engineering Standards and communicate recommendations and/or engineering solutions to ensure client understanding. Strong communication, listening and relationship building skills are a must.You should be willing to operate from a home office in AZ and will travel to clients' facilities daily; overnight travel is expected approximately 30% of the time. You must also be willing to travel to Natural Catastrophe sites as needed.QualificationsBased on a candidate’s previous experience, this role can be for either a Consultant Engineer I or Consultant Engineer II. Successful Consultant Engineer candidates have the following qualifications:Bachelor's degree in engineering or fire protectionStrong verbal and written communications skillsGood analytical, organizational, problem solving skillsEfficient time management ability with work independentlyProven technical capability including diverse knowledge of engineering principlesValid driver’s licensePhysical ability to climb commercial ladders (ex. inspect roofs), lift >25 lbs., and some clients require working in confined spaces.Proficient in MS Office productsYou will be expected to work independently and should be willing to operate from your home office and travel to client sites on a regular basis.The hiring range for this position is $68,300 to $109,500. The final salary offer will vary based on geographic location, individual education, skills, and experience. The position is eligible to participate in FM Global’s comprehensive Total Rewards program that includes an incentive plan, generous health and well-being programs, a 401(k) and pension plan, career development opportunities, tuition reimbursement, flexible work, time off allowances and much more. FM Global is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to attracting, developing and retaining a diverse workforce.

UI/UX Designer intern (Remote) at Shoptaki

Employer: Shoptaki
Expires: 06/11/2024
PLEASE READ ENTIRE POST!!!This is for Immediate hirePLEASE SEND YOUR RESUME AND REASON YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS STARTUP TO [email protected] , any other application supportive documents are also welcomed.Great opportunity to build your portfolio in designMust have knowledge in Figma, React Native (mobile), React JS, and/or NodejsAbout this JobWe have a start-up called Shoptaki that is building new type of technology called Smartchain, it takes the concept of blockchain to the next level by utilizing collaborative A.i to not only make the system dynamic but also analyze and automate many processes. The system has wide range use cases: Decentralized Identity management, KYC, quantum encryption, predictive analytics, automation, the possibilities are endless with the Smartchain technology.This startup is currently bootstrapped and seeking to build a team to help make Smartchain a reality.We are looking for highly creative people who can think beyond conventional wisdom, likes to create cool stuff, want to make an impact on this world.CompensationThis is an unpaid internship with the potential of joining full time with equity once we acquire investment. This will be ideal for anyone wanting to gain experience, make a difference, being part of something big, and be part of startup that is wanting to disrupt the way we do business and the world.Projects: You will get the opportunity to work on different projects where you can apply your creativity.Payment System - you will be dealing in a wide range of areas from cross-border transactions to possibly Crypto transactions.SmartId - think of this as a universal ID where you have control of your data and can be used anywhere. Initial MVP will be Vaccine passport, travel boarding pass and Student ID.Improving website and content, possibly help design application layout for different groups within the organization Crowd Funding Real estate WebsiteProject:Designing Mobile and Web appWhat We’re Looking for ANY of these skills but not limited to any of these areasReact or React NativeHTML, CSS, JavaScriptPhotoshopFigmaWe encourage you to be highly creative and flexible when working on this project since at the end of the day we just like to build cool stuff and encourage to build beyond company’s vision that can benefit mankind and the economy.People who is:• Master the latest technologies and spearhead new technology development• Excellent communication and collaboration skills• Highly motivated, curious, capable and a lifetime learner• A high degree of reliability, flexibility, and adaptability while working under pressure• Multi-tasking and organization skills to accommodate a fast paced, changing environment• Wanting to make a difference and impact on this world and help make this startup successful.The ideal candidate:Will have an insatiable urge to write clean and elegant code.Will provide full documentation of work and hold accountable for that work.Will be a team-player with a desire to understand the entire product pipeline.Will be a self-starter, able to take a step back and seek assistance when needed.Will have a deep understanding of the web and how to orchestrate applications on it.We are flexible on the level of experience as long as you are dedicated and serious about joining.We are looking for highly creative people who can think beyond conventional wisdom,likes to create cool stuff, want to make an impact on this world.

International Humanitarian Shelter and Settlements (HS&S) Research Fellowship at Habitat for Humanity International

Employer: Habitat for Humanity International
Expires: 03/14/2024
For questions related to the HS&S Fellowship, please send your emails to: [email protected]:Since 2013, the U.S. Agency for International Development Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, or USAID/BHA, in partnership with Habitat for Humanity International and supported by InterAction, have sponsored graduate students through fellowship opportunities, helping boost their research and launch their futures in the humanitarian shelter and settlement sector.USAID/BHA currently seeks to enhance its leadership efforts, improve its response programming in the humanitarian Shelter and Settlements (S&S) sector, increase the awareness of the sector in the U.S, and expand career options for those interested in S&S sector activities. USAID/BHA views S&S sector activities broadly to include not only provision of shelter to disaster/crisis-affected populations, but also the linked activities of settlements planning, disaster risk reduction, natural resource management, climate change adaptation, and proximate economic factors. USAID/BHA has also contributed to emerging humanitarian community interest in the Settlements Approach (integrated, multi-sector activities in socio-economically defined space), particularly in urban areas, and the linkage of this approach to follow-on recovery and reconstruction efforts.Fellowship Description:USAID/BHA seeks to motivate fellows to professionally engage in the humanitarian S&S sector by supporting the thesis or professional report writing efforts of at least five (5) fellows during 2024. Fellows will be U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are currently enrolled full-time in accredited graduate school programs in the U.S. or U.S. citizens studying abroad in disciplines like:City, Urban, Environmental, or Regional Planning, andArchitecture or Architectural engineeringCivil or Environmental EngineeringInternational or Development StudiesHumanities or Social StudiesOr similar disciplinesIdeally, successful candidates would be first-year, Masters-level, graduate students, in the programs listed above, who are interested in commencing work on a thesis or professional report as a requirement for graduation. The topic of this graduate student research will take place in an INTERNATIONAL setting outside the U.S. Examples of possible research topics include, but are not limited to, any of the following research priorities identified by the Global Shelter Cluster:The Longer Term, including Recovery- Managing the transition of crisis affected households to longer term recovery in conflict and disasters contexts.Sample research questions include:Which evidence exists to demonstrate how best to support households who have lost their shelter and settlements in the longer term?What are the barriers to supporting households who have lost their shelter and settlements in the longer term?How are households themselves able to recover in the longer term?Cash and Markets in support of Shelter and Settlements- How households effectively use cash to secure and support their shelter and settlements in conflict and disasters contexts.Sample research questions include:Which evidence demonstrates criteria which indicate that cash programming will work well for those who have lost their shelter and settlements, in comparison with other modalities?What is the impact of cash programming for households who have lost their shelter and settlements, in comparison with other modalities?The Wider Impacts of Shelter and Settlements- Measuring the contribution of shelter and settlements assistance to wider humanitarian outcomes in conflict and disasters contexts, especially with regard to livelihoods, physical and mental health, social cohesion, gender and society, risk from hazards and access to basic services.Sample research questions include:Which evidence demonstrates the role of shelter and settlements in Gender-Based Violence -GBV/health/livelihoods/safety of households who have lost their shelter and settlements?How do the wider impacts of supporting households who have lost their shelter and settlements indicate how support is best provided?Graduate work on any of the above topics could entail travel to Washington, D.C., USA, or to sites in other countries. Work could also be performed at the home universities of graduate fellows, but international field research is preferred and highly encouraged if it is safe to do so (provided there are no travel restrictions in place in the selected country and fellows should accomplish all needed vaccination and insurance requirements).Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) is collaborating with USAID/BHA to support these graduate student fellowships. The home university graduate student research/professional report advisor will oversee and be responsible for the quality, progress, and completion of the research and final deliverables. Both USAID/BHA and HFHI will receive e-copies of approved theses and professional reports from graduate students, encourage fellows to publish work in peer-review journals and humanitarian publications, host an end-of-project presentation of the research work, and would welcome the opportunity to serve on thesis or professional report committees.Awards:USAID/BHA anticipates a minimum of five awards of up to $19,000 each (made up of $10,000 for stipend and up to $9,000 for travel related expenses if necessary) to support graduate research. Awards will support fellowship research for approximately ten months and cover basic expenses that might include travel, lodging and research-related costs (e.g., medical evacuation insurance, visas, vaccinations, etc.). USAID/BHA, through HFHI, will provide basic administrative support for the graduate students. A final report and end-of-project presentation must be completed by February 28th, 2025.If you are interested in applying, please complete the following survey by Thursday at 5:00 PM EST, March 14, 2024. The shortlisting process for applicants will take place in March. We expect to launch of the Research Fellowship in April 2024, and end in February 2025.

Remote Benefits Advisor at Globe Life

Employer: Globe Life
Expires: 04/18/2024
About Globe LifeLearn for yourself and advise members on the best route to protecting their families by educating and assessing the financial needs of individuals to help them with decisions on investments. Unmatched Culture Rewarding Career Bonuses upon promotionResidual Income upon promotionNo experienced needed as we have OTJ training once ready to begin.Pick your own shifts- flexible schedulingInsurance BenefitsNo Prior Experience RequiredNo Cold CallingNo Glass CeilingWork Remotely from anywhereNo Prospecting or Paying for any clientele. We already have the clients seeking Advising. *Requirements for employment-Positive and coachable attitude with willingness to learn.-Must be an American Citizen and have a legal background not consistent with felonies. To be considered for permanent employment apply with your resume AND book a career overview. If selected to move forward in hiring process you will be invited to schedule a Final Interview. Link to schedule is :https://calendly.com/jeff_97/ba-overviewPlenty of Room for Growth so you can reach your fullest potential with your whole team supporting you every step of the way.Commission or Hourly options are available with the ability to switch at your own discretion depending on your needs. Hourly starting at $25 per/hour.We are looking for positive and coachable people to join our team.Globe Life American Income Division is all about Opportunity Unlimited. Opportunity Unlimited means there are no limits to how much you can earn, how far you can advance in your career, or how many people’s lives you can help protect.

Remote Scheduling Coordinator at Globe Life

Employer: Globe Life
Expires: 05/17/2024
Remote Scheduling Coordinator position starting at $15 per hour at American Income.Advancing roles, and education reimbursement based on performance. - No experience neededNo Cold-Calling. We need appointments set with members.-Plenty of room for growth- need to fill Coordinator Supervisor position as well.*Requirements*- Positive and Coachable Attitude-Willingness to learn-Punctual-Dependable  Office located in Pullman Square805 4th Avenue, Huntington, WV.

Human Relations Internship at Bimbo Bakeries USA

Employer: Bimbo Bakeries USA
Expires: 05/17/2024
Human Resources InternshipPosition Summary:The Human Resources Intern will support the recruitment team with sourcing for talent to fill openings within the Sales and Corporate Functions.This position demands an uncommon balance of creativity and drive, along with interpersonal savvy and analytical skills. You must have a proven ability to consistently and positively contribute in a fast-paced, changing work environment as well as the ability to prioritize multiple functions and tasks and manage work time efficiently.Recruitment experience not necessary.  We can train the right person who has a desire to learn and grow in the fields of human resources.​Key Job Responsibilities:Partner with Associate Recruiters and Recruitment Manager to determine strategy for complex, hard to fill role and any special projects.Balance and successfully manage multiple job requisitions across a variety of roles.Administer and execute recruitment processes to hire for current openings and proactively develop a pipeline of talent for the organization.Provide a qualified and diverse candidate pool for assigned requisitions through sourcing passive candidates, networking, complex internet searches, and employee referrals.Prepare candidates for interviewing by providing detailed information on the company, department background, job descriptions, and expectations.Provide complete, accurate, and inspiring information to candidates about BBU and the position.Review candidate resumes, credentials, and perform initial phone screens for appropriateness of skills, experience, and knowledge in relation to position requirements.Achieve high levels of internal customer satisfaction based on the creation of intentional and consistent feedback loop.Education and Work History:Candidate should be currently in pursuit of a degree with a focus in Human Resources. Flexible schedule available, however, must be willing to work at minimum 30 hours / week.Maintenance of the confidentiality of any personal or company information encountered.Excellent organizational and communication (written & oral) skills.Computer literate.Excellent interpersonal skills.The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be requested​to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions #LI-JS1

Sales Operations Intern (Remote Opportunity) at GE Appliances, a Haier company

Employer: GE Appliances, a Haier company - GEA
Expires: 05/28/2024
At GE Appliances, a Haier company, we come together to make “good things, for life.”  As the fastest-growing appliance company in the U.S., we’re powered by creators, thinkers and makers who believe that anything is possible and that there’s always a better way.  We believe in the power of our people and in giving them the freedom to explore, discover and build good things, together.   The GE Appliances philosophy, backed by three simple commitments defines the way we work, invent, create, do business, and serve our communities: we come together, we always look for a better way, and we create possibilities.  Interested in joining us on our journey?  We are looking for Sophomore and Junior college students to join GE Appliances, a Haier Company (GEA). The GE Appliances Contract Sales Operations intern position will be an integral part of the contract sales team by creating reports, analyzing delivery rates, verifying service contracts, developing sales tools, and special projects. This position may be located in Louisville, KY or remote, and is a year-long internship opportunity.PositionSales Operations Intern (Remote Opportunity)LocationUSA, Louisville, KYHow You'll Create PossibilitiesEssential Responsibilities: Create reports daily report for the Contract Sales Team including status of Backorders.Analyze delivery cartage rates by each local delivery area and work with sales to make sure rates are competitive.Verify service warranty contracts discrepancies to allow for service calls to be performed.Develop and organize sales tools in new Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform SalesForce.com.  Including sales bundle book and customer presentations.Work with marketing to launch sales kits and merchandise for apparel.What You'll Bring to Our TeamMinimum Qualifications Currently enrolled in an accredited university pursuing a bachelor’s degree or better in business, finance, sales, marketing or similar degree programDecember 2024 or later graduation dateMust have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.Unrestricted authorization to work in the United States now and in the future. GE Appliances will not sponsor applicants for work visas for this position.Ability to work approximately 20 hours per week throughout school year and 40 hours per week over summer during normal business hours (Mon. - Fri. 8:00am – 5:00pm)Due to year-round nature of position, candidate must be attending school in local area.Have excellent interpersonal skills, strong oral communication skills, ability to meet deadlines, is reliable & able to maintain high attendance standards.Our CultureAt GE Appliances, creativity meets passion and conversations lead to exceptional outcomes and experiences.  We respect and value the unique backgrounds and experiences that everyone brings to GE Appliances. We believe a diverse workplace, where everyone is included and people can be their true and authentic selves, fosters creativity and innovation. We know our differences are our greatest strength. The very best innovations across every function of a company come from diverse teams. Our commitment to ensuring a safe and inclusive workplace where everyone is valued allows employees to perform at their best, every day. Diversity at GE Appliances helps us achieve zero distance to our owners, innovate smartly and connect to the communities and customers we serve. We encourage and support the ideas, aspirations, and the wellbeing of everyone - our employees and our communities GE Appliances is a trust-based organization. It is important we offer our employees the flexibility they need to do their best work while balancing the needs of the business and individuals. When you join GE Appliances, you will have the opportunity to work with your leader to create a flexible work arrangement that balances the needs of the individual, team, and organization. GE Appliances is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.GE Appliances participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S If you are an individual with a disability and need assistance or an accommodation to use our website or to apply, please send an e-mail to [email protected]

Characterizing the Conditions of Marginal Oil and Gas Wells at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
Expires: 03/31/2024
The National Energy Technology Laboratory's (NETL's) record of success has been built on understanding the future of energy and the technologies required to make that future possible. We’ve long touted our success in developing the technologies that took on acid rain in the 1970s and mercury in the early 2000s. More recently, NETL has a leading role in President Biden’s ambitious climate goals, including a carbon emission-free power sector by 2035 and a net-zero economy by 2050.Program GoalsThe NETL Faculty Research Program (FRP) offers qualified academic faculty an opportunity to collaborate with NETL principal investigators on research that is mutually beneficial to NETL and the selected applicant at state-of-the-art NETL facilities. While typical appointments are part-time, some appointments are offered on a full-time basis during the summer or as a sabbatical. Prior to the appointment, the NETL principal investigator and selected applicant will define the scope of research and schedule the appointment period. Appointment periods range from one month to more than one year. Funding varies and is awarded based upon the participant's institutional salary. Faculty members are expected to elevate the collaboration with NETL by supporting connections with students at their home institution, in addition to the research project.Connecting Students with NETLThe collaboration between the selected faculty member and NETL will include connecting their academic institution and students with NETL. Student connections may be fostered through activities such as, but not limited to, the following:Inviting NETL scientists and engineers to present at a departmental seminarJoining NETL at institutional career/job fairs to discuss your experiences with NETLSpeaking about your experiences with NETL at information sessionsSharing invitations to NETL information sessions with studentsPartnering with NETL on proposals and other funding opportunitiesRecommending opportunities to NETL scientists and engineers, such as serving as a reviewer or editor, leading a workshop, etc.Serving as an ambassador to NETL for students interested in careers in the national lab complexResearch ProjectThrough the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE), this posting seeks a faculty collaborator to engage in projects with the Research Innovation Center (RIC) at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) in the area of emissions reduction under the mentorship of Greg Lackey. This project will be hosted by the NETL Pittsburgh, PA campus.Over 80% of oil and gas wells in the United States are marginally productive. It's estimated that, on average, these wells emit higher rates of methane than other wells. It is not feasible to accurately measure emissions from all marginal wells due to the number of wells that exist. This project is focused on leveraging publicly available information gathered by state oil and gas regulatory agencies as a proxy to estimate emissions from marginal wells in the United States.The goals of this project are to: (1) learn and apply state-of-art methods and approaches for well characterization and integrity assessment and machine learning model development to address industry-relevant applied geoengineering problems; (2) gain perspective on emissions from the oil and gas sector, key challenges, and stakeholder perspectives; (3) gain exposure to career opportunities in energy and environmental science/engineering, with particular exposure to geologic and environmental -related fields; (4) gain experience in collaborative research with, interdisciplinary collaboration teams; and (5) improve technical writing and oral presentation skills. Peer-reviewed publication is strongly encouraged and will be supported by the mentor and other collaborators, as it an important step for emerging researchers to establish themselves and contribute to the advancement of the state-of-understanding in their field of endeavor. It is not, however, a requirement for this opportunity.Stipend: The selected faculty participant will receive a monthly stipend commensurate with their institutional salary.Deliverables: To document the effectiveness of the program, participants are required to submit a pre-appointment and post-appointment survey, as well as a reflection on their appointment experience when they renew or end their appointment. The reflection should summarize their project(s), additional activities, and overall experience. Details are provided as the appointment end date approaches.Participants may also have the opportunity to contribute to manuscripts, journal articles, book chapters, conference presentations, posters, patents, and other publications as a part of their appointment. Such achievements should also be reported to ORISE; additional details are provided after an offer has been accepted. The National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), part of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory system, is owned and operated by the DOE. NETL supports the DOE mission to advance the energy security of the United States. This is an educational opportunity offered by NETL and administered by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education. Participants in the program are not considered employees of NETL, DOE, the program administrator, or any other office or agency.Qualifications To be eligible, applicants must be a full-time regular permanent faculty member at an accredited college/university with a research interest in NETL core R&D areas.Post-Master's and post-doctoral graduates interested in this area are invited to apply to the Postgraduate Research Program opportunity associated with this project: https://zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/NETL-PGRP-2023-Lackey1The ideal candidate would have some, but not necessarily all, of the following skills:Statistics and data analysisMachine-learning methods and codesResearch code developmentTeam-based, interdisciplinary collaboration on complex research topics in the area of geologic and environmental systems.It is recognized that not all applicants will have knowledge and experience in all of these areas. This opportunity will provide exposure to/interaction with technical experts in several of these areas.

Development and Application of Data-Driven Methods to Characterize and Forecast Well Integrity at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
Expires: 03/31/2024
The National Energy Technology Laboratory's (NETL's) record of success has been built on understanding the future of energy and the technologies required to make that future possible. We’ve long touted our success in developing the technologies that took on acid rain in the 1970s and mercury in the early 2000s. More recently, NETL has a leading role in President Biden’s ambitious climate goals, including a carbon emission-free power sector by 2035 and a net-zero economy by 2050.Program GoalsThe NETL Faculty Research Program (FRP) offers qualified academic faculty an opportunity to collaborate with NETL principal investigators on research that is mutually beneficial to NETL and the selected applicant at state-of-the-art NETL facilities. While typical appointments are part-time, some appointments are offered on a full-time basis during the summer or as a sabbatical. Prior to the appointment, the NETL principal investigator and selected applicant will define the scope of research and schedule the appointment period. Appointment periods range from one month to more than one year. Funding varies and is awarded based upon the participant's institutional salary. Faculty members are expected to elevate the collaboration with NETL by supporting connections with students at their home institution, in addition to the research project.Connecting Students with NETLThe collaboration between the selected faculty member and NETL will include connecting their academic institution and students with NETL. Student connections may be fostered through activities such as, but not limited to, the following:Inviting NETL scientists and engineers to present at a departmental seminarJoining NETL at institutional career/job fairs to discuss your experiences with NETLSpeaking about your experiences with NETL at information sessionsSharing invitations to NETL information sessions with studentsPartnering with NETL on proposals and other funding opportunitiesRecommending opportunities to NETL scientists and engineers, such as serving as a reviewer or editor, leading a workshop, etc.Serving as an ambassador to NETL for students interested in careers in the national lab complexResearch ProjectThrough the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE), this posting seeks a faculty collaborator to engage in projects with the Research Innovation Center (RIC) at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) in the area of carbon storage under the mentorship of Greg Lackey. This project will be hosted by the NETL Pittsburgh, PA campus.There are estimated to be more than 6 million wells in the continental United States, of which approximately 1.16 million are abandoned (Saint-Vincent et al., 2020). Site developers and operators of geologic storage sites are responsible to characterize the hazard represented by legacy wells within the area of influence of their projects. Managing the risks of potential leakage from those wells during and after injection represents a technical challenge—particularly since robust methods to predict which wells present the greatest leakage risk are lacking. Developing and applying new data-driven methods to help prioritize well remediation, plugging, and monitoring efforts has the potential benefit of efficiently and effectively managing risk.Gaining insights into the safety and security of geologic storage requires a combination of field and laboratory experimentation, numerical simulation of system behavior, practical perspective from analogous industrial experience, and insights drawn from data. Under this project researchers will apply artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) techniques to national-scale well characterization and integrity test datasets to yield new insights into leakage potential. It is intended that these insights will inform stakeholders’ decision making on risk management and help to ensure efficient and effective well inspection and plugging efforts.The goals of this project are to: (1) learn and apply state-of-art methods and approaches for well characterization and integrity assessment, well log analysis, and machine learning model development to address industry-relevant applied geoengineering problems; (2) gain perspective on geologic carbon storage technology research front, key challenges, and stakeholder perspectives; (3) gain exposure to career opportunities in energy and environmental science/engineering, with particular exposure to geologic and environmental-related fields; (4) gain experience in collaborative research with, interdisciplinary collaboration teams; and (5) improve technical writing and oral presentation skills. Peer-reviewed publication is strongly encouraged and will be supported by the mentor and other collaborators, as it an important step for emerging researchers to establish themselves and contribute to the advancement of the state-of-understanding in their field of endeavor. It is not, however, a requirement for this opportunity.Stipend: The selected faculty participant will receive a monthly stipend commensurate with their institutional salary.Deliverables: To document the effectiveness of the program, participants are required to submit a pre-appointment and post-appointment survey, as well as a reflection on their appointment experience when they renew or end their appointment. The reflection should summarize their project(s), additional activities, and overall experience. Details are provided as the appointment end date approaches.Participants may also have the opportunity to contribute to manuscripts, journal articles, book chapters, conference presentations, posters, patents, and other publications as a part of their appointment. Such achievements should also be reported to ORISE; additional details are provided after an offer has been accepted. The National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), part of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory system, is owned and operated by the DOE. NETL supports the DOE mission to advance the energy security of the United States. This is an educational opportunity offered by NETL and administered by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education. Participants in the program are not considered employees of NETL, DOE, the program administrator, or any other office or agency.Qualifications To be eligible, applicants must be a full-time regular permanent faculty member at an accredited college/university with a research interest in NETL core R&D areas.Post-Master's and post-doctoral graduates interested in this area are invited to apply to the Postgraduate Research Program opportunity associated with this project: https://zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/NETL-PGRP-2023-Lackey1The ideal candidate would have some, but not necessarily all, of the following skills:General understanding of the key features, events, and processes that impact technical performance and environmental risks of complex engineered geologic systems (e.g., geologic carbon storage, oil and gas production, well integrity, groundwater system response to perturbation, fracture and fault dynamics, etc.)Familiarity or specialized knowledge and experience with machine-learning methods and codesCapability and interest in research code developmentSome knowledge of concepts and application of  computational tools/approaches for numerical simulation of fluid flow in porous and fractured mediaFamiliarity with concepts and practical application of well logging technologies, data, and data interpretationStrong affinity for team-based, inter-disciplinary collaboration on complex research topics in the area of geologic and environmental systemsIt is recognized that not all applicants will have knowledge and experience in all of these areas. This opportunity will provide exposure to/interaction with technical experts in several of these areas.

Inside Sales Representative at Angi

Employer: Angi - Sales
Expires: 05/21/2024
About Our Inside Sales Team and What You Can Expect as a New or Future Graduate:Angi is currently seeking highly motivated recent college graduates and early-career sales professionals for our inside sales team. As an Inside Sales Representative, you'll have access to our Leadership Development Program which offers a unique opportunity to launch your professional career by providing access to proven sales and leadership development resources. In this Leadership Development Program, you'll gain invaluable experience and be placed on a fast track for future managerial, directorial, and VP roles within the company.Where You'll Work:As an Inside Sales Representative at Angi, your location determines your work environment: Office-Based Role: If you reside within a 30-mile radius of our offices in Denver, Indianapolis, New York City, or Kansas City, your position will be based in the office corresponding to your location:NYC Office: 330 W 34th St, NYC 10001Denver Office: 3601 Walnut St Suite 700, Denver, CO 80205Indianapolis Office: 130 East Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204Kansas City Office: 17100 W 118th Terrace, Olathe, KS 66061Remote Role: If you do not live within 30 miles of one of our offices, this is a remote position for candidates who permanently reside in the following states where we are actively hiring: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Wisconsin.You will need access to an individual hardline high-speed internet connection in your work space. This job cannot be performed from a mobile hotspot.Must utilize all company provided equipment, including the webcam, for all team communications.(If your state is not listed, we encourage you to explore other opportunities on our careers page that better suit your location.)What You'll Do: Our Inside Sales Representatives are responsible for expanding our network of service providers. Cold call on new business - this role is 100% phone based.You will call service providers every day to build the momentum needed to hit your sales goals. At Angi we believe in being ‘better today, perfect tomorrow and that success comes to those who chip away at it.Participate in a comprehensive sales and leadership development program that includes training, mentorship, and hands-on experience.Leads are provided in our proprietary CRM system - prospecting is done for you! You will get access to a book of business as soon as week 2 of training.Deliver results by selling the value of Angi's solutions through overcoming objections and closing clients. Drive business growth by meeting and exceeding required sales targets.Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure exceptional customer service and continuous improvement of our sales processes.Leverage the knowledge of your team members, our tools, and ongoing development opportunities to master your sales pitch.Provide feedback and insights to help shape the future of the Sales Leadership Development Program.Embrace a growth mindset, actively seeking opportunities to learn and develop both personally and professionally.What We're Looking For:  Preferred: Graduated/Graduating in 2022-2024 with a Bachelor's degree, from an accredited college or universityMinimum Requirements: High School Diploma or GED (candidates without a Bachelor's degree must have a minimum of 2+ years of sales or customer facing experience.)A strong desire to pursue a career in sales and grow into management / leadershipExperience selling over the phone and cold calling is a plus, but not requiredHighly motivated and goal-oriented, with a strong desire to excel in a fast-paced, competitive environmentAbility to think on your feet and pivot quickly when selling to businesses over the phoneExceptional communication, interpersonal, and relationship-building skills – you have the ability to build rapport quickly, active listening, and confidence in what you’re sayingHear and talk on a phone head set for up to 8 hours per dayA growth mindset- you crave coaching and feedback and are able to implement it as necessary Ability to work independently and as part of a team.Strong analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills.Willingness to learn, adapt, and embrace challenges.Must utilize all company provided equipment, including the webcam, for all team communicationsProven computer aptitude including proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google productsIndividual Hardline High-speed internet connectionSuccessfully pass a criminal background checkAble to provide proof you are at least 21 years of age(Internal candidates must meet Angi's Internal Opportunities eligibility requirements.)Benefits + Compensation - What We Offer:  Base salary of $30,000 to $38,043 (adjusted based on location and experience), with uncapped commission paid biweekly.Our sales representatives average $65,000-$80,000 in their first year, with top performers earning as much as $200,000+. Total compensation may vary based on factors such as cost of living and individual performance.Ongoing bonus opportunities and incentives - earn an additional bonus of $5k+ in your first 3 months!We offer a progression plan based on performance, including title promotions.Comprehensive fully paid training program and the ability to apply for our management training program after 6 months of employment.Employer paid medical coverage with a company contribution to an HSA fund.Dental & vision coverage, pet discount plans & retirement plan through Charles Schwab with company match (401K).Company Equity Program.Company match of personal charitable contributions up to $15,000 per yearGenerous PTO including sick, personal, vacation, volunteer time and 9 paid holidays  Leave your dials at the door - we aim for everyone to get their work done in a 40-hour week (Monday - Friday)Technical equipment providedLunch is provided in the office Monday through FridayPre-tax commuter benefitsWhy Angi?  At Angi, we are all about building life-long customers & enjoying the journey. We want to build our team with employees who are bold and tell it like it is. We seek to build trust internally and with our customers by doing what's right. Our customers are at the heart of everything that we do, and we're looking for sales professionals to communicate our mission persuasively and effectively.Equal Employment OpportunityAngi Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Social Media and Marketing Intern at Airdog USA

Employer: Airdog USA
Expires: 06/01/2024
Are you looking for an experiential learning experience in Marketing?We are looking for a creative Social Media Intern responsible for assisting our Airdog USA Inc marketing initiatives (www.AirdogUSA.com) in Pico Rivera, CA 90660.Your duty includes tracking analytics for social media campaigns, creating social media posting schedules, and writing captions for social media posts. If you can grasp project requirements quickly, are humble, have a learning spirit, and are organized & implement efficiently, we’d like to meet you! The work is hybrid or fully remote dependent on your location and availability.*Academic Credit is available*ResponsibilitiesTime commitment is 10-12 hours per weekAssist with the design and execution of social media campaignsCreate daily/weekly/monthly editorial calendars to promote company brands on various social media websitesCreate and distribute content such as blogs, infographics, videos, and press releases on social mediaTrack social media engagement to identify high-performing ideas and campaigns for scalabilitySupport marketing team at live and online eventsBlog and Newsletter writing and releasesupport the digital media staff to develop and implement outreach and promotional campaigns to boost brand engagement and increase revenue.SkillsProficient in all Microsoft sets (perfect if can produce/edit video, but not requested)Knowledge of online content strategy and creationExcellent writing, editing, and proofreading skillsExperience with social media platformsStrong research skillsCreativityInitiative and collaborative spiritExcellent time-management and organizational skillsWillingness to learnExcellent interpersonal communication skillsMajor in Marketing, Business, Psychology, Sociology, Advertising, or a related fieldLearning OutcomesDeveloping communication skills through consistent communication between peers. Coordinating projects, tasks, and goalsEnrich content marketing skills by curating blogs, newsletters, and social media posts tailored to a specific segment of the audienceUtilize critical thinking skills to make impact-driven campaigns for social media to engage the audience fullyGrow in a leadership role by setting up initiatives with complete agency and tackle issues by working as a team.Learn best practices of content marketing by analyzing data to enhance audience engagement.Monthly Workshop Presentation to further Marketing + Social Media acumen

Associate, Sales Representative at Consilio

Employer: Consilio
Expires: 06/30/2024
We are now accepting applications for the Consilio Sales Associates Program for our Spring 2024 and Fall 2024 cohorts.  The Consilio Sales Associates Program (CSAP) is a highly coveted early-in-career development program designed specifically for law school graduates, undergraduates with 2-5 years sales experience post graduation and MBA graduates. This year-long program provides world class, hands-on educational and experiential training designed to develop our Associate Sales Representatives (ASRs) to become successful revenue producing teammates within the Consilio Sales Organization. If you are passionate about the law, are interested in sales, driven to succeed, have strong interpersonal skills, enjoy working with leading-edge technology and want to collaborate with exceptionally talented people globally, then apply today for an Associate Sales Representative (ASR) position at Consilio. The ASR role enables you to advance your career rapidly by providing the training and resources needed to become successful in an industry-leading sales organization. During the first three months of the program ASRs will expand their sales and business acumen, increase their technical knowledge, and develop executive presentation skills, as well as learn about Consilio’s solutions, services, products, and competitors. ASRs learn using case studies, sales simulations, and a blend of instructor-led and self-paced training delivered in a both in-person and virtual environments.ResponsibilitiesThroughout the next nine months of the program, in parallel with virtual learning, ASRs will get on-the-job sales experience interacting with customers and will be mentored by seasoned legal sales professionals. After successfully completing the program, ASRs are promoted into an Inside Sales/Virtual Account Manager role within the Consilio sales organization where they can continue to grow in a rewarding career. A successful ASR will become:Customer oriented with the ability to not only start business relationships, but to have the drive, attitude, and ability to maintain and grow themAn effective communicator, able to present solutions as well as listening to and interpreting customer requirementsA leader that can persuade and influence opinions as well as overcome challenges confidently while recommending the best solution for the clientAn employee that can receive and manage constructive feedback, taking proactive responsibility to develop and learn from experiencesOne who is achievement orientated and motivated by challenges, able to consistently deliver, while also aiming to exceed Consilio and customer targetsA successful team player who can take a lead role, drive, and motivate a team towards a goalQualificationsPreferred: Juris Doctorate degree; Graduated from an accredited law school prior to program start date orUndergraduate degree in Business, Sales, Marketing, Communications, Information Technology, Computer Science, or Finance with 2 years’ work experience in sales position (inside or outside sales)Desire for a long-term career in sales. Sales experience desired, but not required (including retail sales, corporate internships, or entrepreneurial programs)Willingness to travel for business needs and client meetings Why join Consilio? A career with Consilio can offer you:The opportunity to utilize your law degree in an exciting growth area and work in the most successful sales organizations in the legal industryHighly competitive salary, accelerated career opportunities and excellent benefitsVirtual collaboration and community environment with classmatesAccess to next generation technologies and processes in legal servicesTraining, coaching, and mentoring by experienced lawyers and sales professionalsAbility to earn industry-leading certificationsOpportunity to work in a uniquely diverse and socially responsible environmentA significant investment by Consilio to your ongoing career development and success with tremendous upside earning potential. Consilio’s True North ValuesExcellenceWe strive to make every client our advocatePassionWe DO because we CARECollaborationWe win together through teamwork and communicationAgilityWe flex, adapt and embrace changePeopleWe value, respect and invest in our teammatesVisionWe create clarity of purpose and a clear path forward Consilio, LLC is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.  

2024 Sales Engineer Intern - Equipment (Remote) at Trane Technologies

Employer: Trane Technologies
Expires: 04/30/2024
Position: Trane Technologies’, the global leader in innovative climate solutions, hands on summer internship allows participants to explore a career in Sales Engineering through the following: A 12-week internship program that will challenge and develop your technical, business, sales, leadership, and communication skills – providing insight into a sales engineering career with Trane.  Gain and interact with the world's most complete line of commercial, industrial, and institutional heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment and building management controls.  Be exposed to the many facets of Trane Technologies’ businesses: Service, Equipment, Building Automation, Application, Fulfillment, and much more. This internship will provide you the experience to pursue a career in Sales Engineering, and creates the opportunity to join our industry leading Graduate Training Program (GTP) after graduation.    Responsibilities: Our award-winning internship program provides you the opportunity to learn more about us while you collaborate with peers across North America. As a Sales Engineer Intern you may experience or gain exposure to:  Work directly with our industry leading Sales Engineers and customers.  Understand the design, application and sale of systems, controls, parts, and services for commercial, industrial, and institutional buildings.  Attend sales meetings; business functions; sales and service calls; customer meetings alongside experienced account managers and mentors.  Understand the steps sales engineers take from start to finish on a job and be hands-on in those steps throughout the internship.  Gain an appreciation for the importance of the relationship with our customers as you work with them as a daily point-of-contact creating a sense of ownership and importance in the solution-making process.     Compensation Information: Pay Range: $18.50 - $26.00Disclaimer: This base pay range is based on US national averages. Actual base pay could be a result of function, class year, and geographic location where the work is performed.     Travel: Less than 15% in defined geography     Qualifications: Pursuing bachelor’s degree in engineering (Open to all engineering areas of emphasis)Be a U.S. citizen or have the legal right to work in the U.S. without requiring sponsorship now or in the future. This posting is for multiple opportunities. Some positions may be remote while others may require a hybrid or onsite assignment at one of our facilities across North America.   Possess a valid driver’s license for a minimum of 12 months, ability to provide proof of insurance, and have no major or frequent traffic violations including, but not limited to:   DUI in the previous 3 years  Hit & Run, License Suspension, Reckless / Careless Driving or multiple smaller infractions or preventable collisions in the previous 3 years.  We offer competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits and programs. We are an equal opportunity employer; all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, pregnancy, age, marital status, disability, status as a protected veteran, or any legally protected status.

Industrial Decarbonization Fellowship: U.S. Department of Energy at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education - Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
Expires: 05/08/2024
Note that you must apply through the link in this posting for your application to be considered. Applications will not be accepted through any other platform. STIPEND RANGE: $58,000 - $94,000 (and up - *Stipend rates are determined by DOE officials and are based on the candidate’s academic and professional background.)BENEFITS:·       Competitive stipend·       Health insurance allowance·       Up to $5,000 relocation reimbursement·       Up to $10,000 research materials and travel allowance·       Federal holidays observed·       Hybrid participation availableApply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-STP-IEDO-2024-1101DEADLINE: Applications for Cohort 2 close on July 15, 2024.The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy's (EERE) Science, Technology, and Policy (STP) Program serves as a next step in the educational and professional development of scientists and engineers by providing opportunities to participate in policy-related projects in Washington, D.C. Participants will become part of a group of highly-trained scientists and engineers with the education, background, and experience to be part of the workforce that supports the DOE's mission in the future. The Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO) is part of the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. With 30% of primary energy-related emissions attributable to the industrial sector, IEDO plays an important role in supporting the reduction of U.S. CO2 emissions by 50% by 2030 (compared to 2005 levels) and achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.IEDO’s mission is to accelerate the innovation and adoption of cost-effective technologies aimed at eliminating industrial greenhouse gas emissions. As an office, IEDO provides the planning, management, and direction necessary for a balanced national program of research, development, demonstration, technical assistance, and workforce development across the industrial sector. The office currently works across three subprograms:Energy- and Emissions-Intensive Industries (EEII): Efforts in this pillar support the research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) of technologies that dramatically reduce energy use and emissions from energy-intensive industries, such as chemicals, iron and steel, food and beverage, cement, and paper and forest products.Cross-Sector Technologies (CST): Efforts in this pillar are aimed at developing solutions that address emissions across a broad range of industries. Focus areas include decarbonization of process heating, utilization of low carbon fuels and energy sources, emerging efficiency technologies, and water and wastewater treatment.Technical Assistance & Workforce Development (TAWD): Efforts in this pillar are aimed at developing partnerships with and delivering technical assistance to industry to increase the adoption of energy efficiency, decarbonization technologies, energy management programs, and water/waste reduction technologies and practices across the industrial sector. This pillar also supports workforce training and upskilling activities that prepare existing workers and attract a diverse mix of workers to the industrial jobs of the future.IEDO is seeking talented and passionate Fellows interested in supporting technical, programmatic, strategic, and policy efforts aimed at decarbonizing the industrial sector. Fellows will collaborate closely with IEDO staff—including several former Fellows—and will develop a broad understanding of the potential of new technologies and current barriers to technology deployment across all of IEDO’s subprograms. This involves tracking the impact of the RD&D portfolio in IEDO and assessing gaps or opportunity areas for future investments. This Fellowship will last one year, with the opportunity to renew for additional years at the discretion of the sponsoring office. Fellows will be placed in a “home” sub-program based on their interests and IEDO’s office needs, and will have to opportunity to learn how to:Identify key technology opportunities and contribute to development and execution of IEDO, EERE, and DOE-level strategy for:Decarbonizing thermal processes,Increasing industrial energy efficiencyUtilizing low-carbon fuels, feedstocks, and energy sources.Inform topic areas like:Strategic Analysis: life cycle assessment, technoeconomic analysis, portfolio evaluation, supply chain and economic scenario analysis of various manufacturing technologies/processes/industries, ancillary services, and their interdependencies thereinEEII: cement/concrete, iron/steel, chemicals, food & beverage, forest productsCST: process heat, water-energy nexus (e.g. National Alliance for Water Innovation hub)TAWD: industry stakeholder engagement (e.g. through the Better Plants program), onsite energy deployment, energy management systems, manufacturing workforce trainingComplete specific tasks such as:Developing funding opportunity announcements and other investment solicitations (e.g. lab calls, prizes, etc.) as well as communication materials to achieve RD&D and policy goals.Reviewing, synthesizing, or providing input on technical reports, analysis, research proposals, and other technical documents.Preparing and presenting briefings to upper management, external offices, and at conferences.Collaborating with other DOE programs and offices, participating in office-wide or interoffice initiatives, task forces, or tech teams (e.g., Industrial Heat Energy Earthshot, Energy Storage Grand Challenge).Interfacing with technical, policy, and business leaders from academia, national labs, the private sector, and other government agencies (e.g. through interagency working groups).Planning workshops, webinars, and other stakeholder events or initiatives (e.g. Big Ideas competition, Industrial Heat Shot Summit).Under the guidance of a mentor, learning opportunities include:•   Utilizing scientific expertise to engage decision-makers in the areas of energy efficiency policy, planning, research, development, and communication for energy efficiency and decarbonization.•   Analyzing technical needs and opportunities, and the potential impacts of program and policy decisions.•   Providing input for analysis and strategic planning on industrial decarbonization.•   Assessing the potential for commercial deployment of next-generation industrial technologies focused on efficiency and decarbonization.•   Evaluating approaches to achieve practical minimum energy requirements and minimum lifecycle energy for new technologies.•   Acting as a technical resource for IEDO applied research and development projects.•   Engaging with industry, research, academic, and other government stakeholders to define areas of need for decarbonization of the industrial sector.Through these activities, Fellows will help establish and nurture the critical link between DOE decision-makers and other scientific professionals to support public policy.Location: Washington, D.C.Apply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-STP-IEDO-2024-1101Requirements:You must be a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident and be pursuing, or have completed requirements for, a Bachelor’s, Master's, or Doctoral Degree.An ideal applicant will have superior academic performance and publication record, strong analytical, research and communication (oral and written) skills and demonstrated capacity for creative thinking, a strong technical background and expertise in an energy-technology-related field, and be interested in being part of a multi-disciplinary, fast-paced environment, focused on energy technology research and development. Qualified candidates will have a strong technical background in an engineering field or applicable physical science (e.g., materials, chemistry). Some industrial experience is desirable.For more information on the EERE Office of Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization please visit: https://www.energy.gov/eere/iedo/industrial-efficiency-decarbonization-office.Questions? Email us at [email protected] with reference code DOE-EERE-STP-IEDO-2023-2002 for this opportunity in the subject line of your email. 

Creative Marketing Intern at Maia

Employer: Maia
Expires: 04/30/2024
About MaiaAt Maia, we believe relationships take work, and we're here to help. Our mobile app and personal AI assistant focus on relationship wellness, helping couples be more thoughtful partners. We’re passionate about making relationships stronger and more fulfilling.What Makes This Job SpecialGain hands-on experience in content creation and marketing strategy.Become a campus ambassador for a product that aims to make relationships better.Work remotely with flexible hours that fit your academic schedule.Opportunity to grow into a full-time position at a new, Y-Combinator funded startup.Position TypePart-time, Unpaid InternshipRemote20 hours per weekResponsibilitiesCreate engaging and viral content to acquire new users and to create a cohesive brand.Represent Maia on your campus: spread the word, host events, etc.Collaborate with the marketing team to brainstorm and execute new ideas.Skills You Will Learn/UtilizeContent creation and curationSocial media strategyInfluencer collaborationProduct marketingUser engagement analytics

Sales Development Representative at Internet Brands

Employer: Internet Brands
Expires: 04/18/2024
Start a career as a Sales Development Representative (SDR) for one of the Nation's largest Healthcare digital marketing companies.iMatrix is the leader in Healthcare marketing solutions for over 10,000 small and medium sized, health and wellness businesses across the United States.Our online marketing services include professionally designed websites, social media, reputation management, video marketing, pay-per-click (PPC) ads, and advanced SEO solutions for chiropractors, veterinarians, optometrists, ophthalmologists and other health and wellness professionals.We are looking for passionate individuals that enjoy sales and building relationships and going the extra mile towards ensuring client success. This position is an entry level with the opportunity for advancement, equal to performance achievement.About The Position:Sales Development Representatives are responsible for prospecting new healthcare practices, and creating relationships over the phone to identify and secure new clients. Internet Consultants work closely with Account Executives to identify prospective clients' marketing goals, match the best service level to each client’s needs and then ensure those clients achieve their designated marketing objectives. Responsibilities:Perform 85-100 outbound calls daily to select Healthcare practice across the U.S.Identify the decision maker at each practice and discuss our marketing services to determine an interest and fit for one of our services. Schedule appointments daily with interested decision makers and send those appointments over to an Account Executive to close.Work jointly with Account Executives in ensuring prospects show up to their appointments.Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of digital marketing.Understand the fundamentals of our products and services. Required to meet weekly, monthly and annual productivity and sales metrics.Requirements:Great Communication skills.Driven/Motivated-Hungry for success.CoachableCharismaticConfident phone presence.Resilient/AdaptableStrong Critical Thinking skills.This position is a Remote for candidates applying outside San Diego, or Hybrid if you are located within San Diego. Must have Hi-Speed Internet.Benefits:Base Salary + Uncapped Commission StructureHealth, Dental, and Vision BenefitsGroup life and AD&DLTD and STDEmployee Assistance Program401K Plan3 weeks paid time-off and Paid HolidaysCompany sponsored events and outingsAmazing company culture and environmentEducation:High school or equivalentDegree in Business or Communications is a plusCompensation:$40,000 base, average with commission is a total of approx $60,000 annually.Top performing reps consistently make $75,000 annually in total compensation. Commissions are paid monthly.About Internet Brands:Headquartered in El Segundo, Calif., Internet Brands® is a fully integrated online media and software services organization focused on four high-value vertical categories: Health, Automotive, Legal, and Home/Travel. The company's award-winning consumer websites lead their categories and serve more than 250 million monthly visitors, while a full range of web presence offerings has established deep, long-term relationships with SMB and enterprise clients. Internet Brands' powerful, proprietary operating platform provides the flexibility and scalability to fuel the company's continued growth. Internet Brands is a portfolio company of KKR and Temasek. For more information, please visit www.internet brands.com.Internet Brands and its wholly-owned affiliates are an equal opportunity employer.Notice to California residents: you can find information about our privacy practices, on: https://www.internetbrands.com/work-with-us/cpra

USFS Postdoctoral Research Fellowship: Modeling Hydrological Outcomes of Stream and Valley-floor Restoration at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
Expires: 06/30/2024
*Applications will be reviewed on a rolling-basis, and this opportunity will remain open until filled.USFS Office/Lab and Location: A research opportunity is available with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service (USFS), Pacific Northwest Research Station (PNW) located in Corvallis, Oregon. This appointment will be based out of the PNW Research Station’s office located in Corvallis, Oregon (but a request to be located in La Grande, Oregon would be considered). Up to 8 weeks per year may be spent in the field, at the Starkey Experimental Forest and Range near La Grande, Oregon where the PNW Research Station maintains a small field station. The USFS has flexible schedules and may allow opportunities to participate remotely. There will be opportunities to attend regional and national meetings, conferences and workshops. Research Project: The USFS PNWRS is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow (Post-Doc) with quantitative experience in hydrology – especially development of reach- to watershed-scale water budgets and groundwater flow modeling. The Post-Doc will be engaged in a highly collaborative multi-agency monitoring and analysis effort to determine the effects of watershed-scale restoration project in Meadow Creek, a tributary of the Grande Ronde River in NE Oregon. A critical focal question for this project is: Does restoration measurably augment late-summer stream flow? Answering this question will require use of groundwater flow models to simulate pre- and post-restoration flows and storage of shallow groundwater in the floodplains of the restored stream and development of a reach-scale water budget that accounts for all fluxes into, and out of, the reach. The opportunity described here is part of a larger project designed to evaluate multiple facets of a multi-million-dollar valley-floor restoration project located in the upper Grande Rhonde River. Specific topics being addressed include hydrology, stream temperature, and aquatic ecology, along with studies of upland thinning patterns on snow deposition and melt. Data collected over the last several decades in the Meadow Creek watershed provide a foundation to characterize pre-restoration conditions and will provide a framework from which to conceptualize outcomes of future floodplain and process-based restoration actions. The project will include both analysis of existing datasets as well as new field monitoring, data collection, modeling, and synthesis. The overall goal of the project is to evaluate whole system response to previous restoration and management actions as well as providing a platform to understand the effects of ongoing and novel floodplain restoration. Improved understanding of stream and groundwater hydrology are a critical foundation for the overall project.The incumbent will be mentored by a Research Ecologist within the PNW Research Station located in Corvallis OR and collaborate closely with a Research Hydrologist with the PNWRS located in La Grande, OR.Research Activities:Help develop, design, and implement a monitoring plan to quantify hydrologic fluxes for a reach scale water budget, including stream gaging, monitoring ground water levels from wells, and estimating evapotranspiration;Help conduct field research along with USDA Forest Service staff and/or other collaborators as identified in the monitoring plan. Field research will most likely include the following: (1) stream gaging; (2) monitoring well installation: (3) programing, installing, downloading, and providing field validation checks for water level and water temperature sensors; (4) water quality sampling; (5) assisting partners and collaborators with related field research; (6) helping lead field tours. Field research will be focused during the summer months;Develop a groundwater flow model of the reach and simulate both pre- and post-restoration scenarios;Synthesize and archive datasets for the Meadow Creek watershed;Perform data analysis using appropriate time series, spatial, and statistical models and techniques to assess current status, trends, and effects of past restoration on selected physical parameters;Assist in production of peer-reviewed publications of key scientific results;Participate in inter-agency workgroups;Participate in meetings with research collaborators, managers, and stakeholder to present details of the restoration effects on the floodplain hydrology of Meadow Creek project.Learning Objectives: This project offers the participant the opportunity to learn and be involved in a broad range of experiences with our agency and with a diverse team of interdisciplinary collaborators and stakeholders who are working in a co-production model to provide research, monitoring, and evaluation of major stream and valley-floor restoration projects being implemented on the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. The participant will have the opportunity to be involved in cutting edge research examining novel stream and valley floor restoration. The participant will collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of hydrologists, ecologists, and land managers and will have the opportunity to present findings at professional meetings and participate in manuscript preparation. The participant selected will be a member of a team addressing complementary landscape problems and interacting with other federal and university scientists.Mentor: The mentor for this opportunity is Steven Wondzell ([email protected]). If you have questions about the nature of the research, please contact the mentor.Anticipated Appointment Start Date: October 2023.  Start date is flexible and will depend on a variety of factors.Appointment Length: The appointment will initially be for one year, but could be extended for an additional year upon recommendation of USFS and is contingent on the availability of funds. Level of Participation: The appointment is full-time.Participant Stipend: The participant will receive a yearly stipend of $65,000 plus coverage for 75% of the health insurance costs.Citizenship Requirements: This opportunity is available to U.S. citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR).ORISE Information: This program, administered by ORAU through its contract with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to manage the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE), was established through an interagency agreement between DOE and USFS. Participants do not become employees of USDA, USFS, DOE or the program administrator, and there are no employment-related benefits. Proof of health insurance is required for participation in this program. Health insurance can be obtained through ORISE.Questions: Please visit our Program Website. After reading, if you have additional questions about the application process please email [email protected] and include the reference code for this opportunity.Qualifications The qualified candidate should have received a doctoral degree in one of the relevant fields (e.g. Hydrology), or currently be pursuing the degree to be received before January 1, 2024.Preferred Qualifications:Experience in numerical modeling (groundwater models preferred);Record of publishing research in peer-reviewed journals;Record of effective written and oral communication skills;Interpersonal skills, including the ability to work within inter-disciplinary teams;Experience collecting field data in stream and floodplain systems;Competent in statistical analyses with application to analysis of environmental/ecological data;Competent in conducting spatial analyses and visualizing data using a geographic information system (GIS);Interest in stream restoration, especially as it applies to conservation issues related to water, stream and riparian habitats, and conservation of aquatic species of concern in the western United States is preferred.

Purchasing Intern - Summer 2024 at Stellantis - FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Employer: Stellantis - FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Expires: 03/28/2024
Stellantis Intern Program  The Stellantis Intern Program offers a unique opportunity for highly motivated, innovative, and inspired individuals to work on challenging assignments where contribution, teamwork and communication are vital to the success of the organization. As a leading-edge company, we provide real world challenges and rewarding intern experiences to candidates from a variety of colleges and universities while providing a competitive salary.   Interns will be assigned to a department based on the candidate's background, skill set and interests. The assignments are project-oriented, meaningful to the department and allow the intern to provide valuable contributions. Interns experience a sense of personal accomplishment and learn about the corporate business culture through work assignments, structured activities, and exclusive intern networking events.  Interns that demonstrate outstanding qualities may be invited back for a return internship the following summer or may be considered for full-time positions.   Internship Benefits:  Exposure to cutting-edge projects and technologies  Collaborative work environment  Mentorship from experienced professionals  Networking opportunities with peers and leaders  Skill development workshops and training sessions    Internship Format  The format for this internship will be remote, meaning the intern will work virtually for the duration of their internship.  Relocation and housing will not be provided.  In some cases, business travel may be required. Remote work must be completed at a location based in the United States. Department DetailsIn a Purchasing role at Stellantis, you will be part of a team that is instrumental to the company's leadership position in the Automotive industry. Purchasing is responsible for globally sourcing all parts, goods and services by creating strategic and innovative supplier partnerships that will ensure the best quality parts for our vehicles. Purchasing is a fast-paced and exciting work environment where strategic planning and entrepreneurial spirit drives our success.Purchasing intern assignments are project-based and structured to support sourcing, cost reduction and strategy development. Purchasing interns are not just observers but they are a true extension of our headquarters team. Purchasing intern projects may include the following:Support sourcing activity including obtaining and analyzing supplier quotesMarket test parts or services to identify potential savings opportunitiesDevelop regression models to analyze supplier pricingWork with global cross-functional teams to develop commodity strategiesConduct supplier cycle time studiesComplete benchmarking studiesSupport supplier negotiationsPurchasing internship projects are available within the Direct Purchasing teams (Body, Interior, Chassis & Adaptation, Electrical and Powertrain), the Indirect Purchasing team or within the Aftermarket Purchasing team. Interns may also have the opportunity to work within the Purchasing Program Management, Supplier Risk Management, Methodology & Process or Performance and Value Optimization teams. Candidates will gain industry experience, interface with all levels within our Purchasing department and apply their coursework to drive results.Location(s)Remote, Michigan Basic Qualifications:Pursuing a Bachelor's degree or higher degree in Business, Finance, Supply Chain Management, Engineering or related fieldAble to work 40 hours per week during the internshipPreferred Qualifications:Completion of sophomore year or higher at an accredited university by the spring of 2024GPA of 3.0 or higher (based on a 4.0 scale)Previous internship/supply chain experienceStrong data analysis skillsProficient in using Microsoft Office and Google SuiteComputer proficientStrong interest in the automotive industry and new technologiesStrong written and verbal communication skillsAbility to work in a team environmentMust exhibit strong leadership characteristicsCreative and innovative thinkingAbility to travel within the NAFTA region (potential)

Technical Software Driven Experience Intern - Summer 2024 at Stellantis - FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Employer: Stellantis - FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Expires: 03/28/2024
Stellantis Intern Program  The Stellantis Intern Program offers a unique opportunity for highly motivated, innovative, and inspired individuals to work on challenging assignments where contribution, teamwork and communication are vital to the success of the organization. As a leading-edge company, we provide real world challenges and rewarding intern experiences to candidates from a variety of colleges and universities while providing a competitive salary.   Interns will be assigned to a department based on the candidate's background, skill set and interests. The assignments are project-oriented, meaningful to the department and allow the intern to provide valuable contributions. Interns experience a sense of personal accomplishment and learn about the corporate business culture through work assignments, structured activities, and exclusive intern networking events.  Interns that demonstrate outstanding qualities may be invited back for a return internship the following summer or may be considered for full-time positions.   Internship Benefits:  Exposure to cutting-edge projects and technologies Collaborative work environment Mentorship from experienced professionals Networking opportunities with peers and leaders Skill development workshops and training sessionsInternship Format  The format for this internship will be remote, meaning the intern will work virtually for the duration of their internship.  Relocation and housing will not be provided.  In some cases, business travel may be required. Remote work must be completed at a location based in the United States. Department DetailsThe Stellantis SWX (SoftWare driven eXperience) is a global fast-growing international group to support our company's acceleration in Software, to make Stellantis an industry leader in the fields of autonomous driving, smart cockpit and connected services.We are looking for technology game changers to join our internship program, and contribute to our success. You will receive an opportunity to acquire valuable skills that will boost your future career potential, and you will gain hands-on experience working among technology leaders and fellow interns, and will deliver technical solutions aligned with our software strategy. You will have the opportunity to present and share your project to our SWX Senior leadership team.The goal of the Stellantis SWX internship program is to create a pool of experienced candidates who can be considered for permanent positions in our organization who will contribute to our purpose: powered by our diversity, we lead the way the world moves. If you share a love for cars and technology and want to be a part of something great, Stellantis SWX is your home. Join a company that is customer-centric, celebrates winning together, is agile, innovative, and cares for the future.As a Summer intern, you will work in one of the following areas based on interest, skills, background and project needs:In-Vehicle, Cloud, & Mobile Software DevelopmentConnectivity & Connected ServicesVehicle & Operational Data AnalyticsCustomer Experience OperationsAutonomous Driving DevelopmentElectrical Electronics Hardware and On-going Systems EngineeringWhat to expect:A real assignment project, with deliverables that matter!Exposure to approachable, fun and intelligent people who can make great things happen.A knowledgeable coach to help facilitate learning, growth, and network developmentExperiences that build company acumen and individual technical skillsYou will have learned how to communicate progress updates and results to stakeholders and Senior LeadersLocation(s)Remote Michigan  Basic Qualifications:Majoring in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Data Science, Informatics, Math/Statistics, Physics, Econometrics, Cybersecurity, Information Technology, or related fieldVarious technical proficiencies with a passion to learn new thingsAbility to work well individually and in a team environmentAble to work 40 hours per week during the internshipPreferred Qualifications:Junior at an accredited university by the Summer of 2024GPA of 3.0 or higher (based on a 4.0 scale)Knowledge of or interest in automotive industry and digital trendsKnowledge of or experience in agile working methodsStrong written and oral communication skillsWorking experience solving complex problemsGood interpersonal skillsDisplay of strong leadership characteristics

Corporate Sales Intern - Summer 2024 at Stellantis - FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Employer: Stellantis - FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Expires: 02/29/2024
Stellantis Intern Program The Stellantis Intern Program offers a unique opportunity for highly motivated, innovative, and inspired individuals to work on challenging assignments where contribution, teamwork and communication are vital to the success of the organization. As a leading-edge company, we provide real world challenges and rewarding intern experiences to candidates from a variety of colleges and universities while providing a competitive salary.   Interns will be assigned to a department based on the candidate's background, skill set and interests. The assignments are project-oriented, meaningful to the department and allow the intern to provide valuable contributions. Interns experience a sense of personal accomplishment and learn about the corporate business culture through work assignments, structured activities, and exclusive intern networking events.  Interns that demonstrate outstanding qualities may be invited back for a return internship the following summer or may be considered for full-time positions.   Internship Benefits:  Exposure to cutting-edge projects and technologies  Collaborative work environment  Mentorship from experienced professionals  Networking opportunities with peers and leaders  Skill development workshops and training sessions Internship FormatThe format for this internship will be remote, meaning the intern will work virtually for the duration of their internship.  Relocation and housing will not be provided.  In some cases, business travel may be required. Remote work must be completed at a location based in the United States.Department DetailsThe Sales internship experience introduces how we build, market, distribute and sell vehicles to our dealers, fleet/government accounts as well as the retail customer. You will have exposure to multiple headquarters departments within sales, marketing, finance, and supply chain and be given assignments and projects that directly support our Sales senior management team. Typical workload may include extensive competitive analysis, creation of marketing & advertising materials, digital campaigns, event planning, and incentive cost evaluation as well as exposure to daily departmental tasks such as national reporting and communications.Sales interns are not just observers but a true extension of our headquarters team. Our goal is to prepare you for an eventual full-time entry-level Field Sales position within one of our nine Stellantis field offices.Location(s)Remote, MichiganRequirements Basic Qualifications:Pursuing a bachelor's degree or higher degree in Business, Sales, Communications, Marketing or related field.Able to work 40 hours per week during the internship.Preferred Qualifications:Completion of sophomore year or higher at an accredited university by the spring of 2024GPA of 3.0 or higher (based on a 4.0 scale)Strong interest in the automotive industryProven track record of teamwork and ability to learn quickly in a fast-paced, complex environmentRetail and/or dealership job experienceStrong written and verbal communication skillsGood interpersonal skillsProficient with MS Office and G Suite applications with extensive spreadsheet experience

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