Monday, December 27, 2010

Medford Boys and Girls Clubhouse Director (Medford MA) United States

Hi and good afternoon,
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Middlesex County (BGCMC) is an independent, non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire and enable all youth, especially those who need us most, to become productive, responsible and caring citizens. Over the past 37 years BGCMC has served more than 2,000 youth annually with Clubhouses in Cambridge, Everett, Medford and Somerville.

BGCMC seeks a dynamic individual to lead its Medford Clubhouse. Located in Medford Square, the Medford Clubhouse serves approximately 100 young people aged 6-15 each day and serves more than 200 youth annually. Candidates that will be strongly considered will have at least one or all of the following:
• At least two years experience with supervising 3 people or more
• Demonstrated success in project management
• Demonstrated success in cultivating and maintaining community partnerships and collaborations
Successful candidates will also be able to independently manage several projects simultaneously in a fast-paced, high performance environment. Superior communication skills with youth and co-workers are essential. Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply.

The Club Director is responsible for the oversight of all aspects of the designated Clubhouse with the primary concern for safety compliance and quality assurance in programs and service delivery, supervision and training of staff, facilities management, community relations and membership administration in accordance with organizational policies and standards.

KEY ROLES (Essential Job Functions)
• Oversee all programs, services and activities to ensure consistent delivery of high-yield and quality programming to meet stated objectives, member needs and interests, and measures youth development outcomes.
• Supervise and evaluate all program staff and volunteers
• Manage member recruitment, registration, attendance and tracking; implement systems provided by Director of Operations including surveys, evaluations, monthly reports, etc., data collection management and dissemination, communications with parents, membership fee collection, permission slips, permits, newsletters
• Serve as the liaison with key community stakeholders and coordinate linkages, relationships and integration of out-of-school-time partners, in support of quality opportunities that enhance members’ educational, health, social, cultural and recreational development
• Evaluate Club programs on a regular and ongoing basis through weekly staff meetings, mechanisms for member/parent/volunteer feedback and Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Commitment to Quality process
• Evaluate youth outcomes on a regular and ongoing basis using organization provided outcomes measurement tools
• Compile regular reports reflecting all activities, attendance and outcomes, prepare and submit any reports needed by the Executive Director.
• Attend regular Club Directors meetings and community meetings as directed
• Control program expenditures and provide recommendations to the Operations Director for the purchase of supplies and equipment for all program areas
• Plan and organize programs and events with other Boys & Girls Clubs and community agencies and organizations
• Oversee school vacation and summer programming (when funding is available)
• Promote the Boys & Girls Club while in the Club and the community
• Present a good example for members and staff to follow at all times

Additional Responsibilities
• Work with staff on special events to carry out programs in all departments (some weekends required)
• Exercise authority in problems relating to members; utilize guidance and discipline plan
• Assume other duties as assigned

The Club Director must possess a thorough knowledge of: the mission, objectives, policies, programs and procedures of Boys & Girls Clubs.

Bachelor’s Degree preferred from an accredited college in a related field is preferable. High school diploma or equivalent required. First Aid/CPR certification required.

As per state law, must be at least 21 years of age. Minimum of one year experience in administration of a school age youth development program. Must have at least 4 years experience working with children with at least 3 years experience working with school age children.

* Experience working with community partners and volunteers
* Knowledge of community and neighborhood resources
* Ability to work with youth and families from a variety of backgrounds
* Flexibility to work Clubhouse hours especially as seasons and service needs change
* Valid driver’s license required
* Strong Communication Skills: Informing, Listening, Writing
* Strong Decision-making Skills: Analyzing, Fact Finding, Judgment, Systemic Thinking
* Strong Leadership Skills: Developing Commitment, Facilitation, Team Building
* Strong Organizational & Planning Skills: Action Planning and Organizing, Scheduling, Monitoring
* Strong Relationship Skills: Develop and maintain relationships with internal/external constituencies.
* MS Office and web competency
* Ability to work independently and as part of a team

REPORTS TO: Director of Operations
SALARY: $34K- 39K + benefits, commensurate with experience

Please send cover letter and resume, with position title and preferred site in the subject line to:
Ms. Dana Benjamin

*Due to the anticipated high volume of responses, only qualified candidates will be contacted upon review of their resume

*Boys and Girls Clubs of Middlesex County will recruit and select persons in all positions to ensure a diverse and inclusive climate without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, color, political affiliation, creed, national origin, marital status, or any other status as protected by federal, state, and local laws. Boys and Girls Clubs of Middlesex County welcomes applications from individuals with disabilities and will make reasonable accommodations for interviews and for service upon request.

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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

HR Intern (Recruiting) (Bellevue, United States)

Hi and good afternoon,
HR Internship (Recruiting)

Aerotek is an industry leader in providing technical staffing solutions in the commercial, engineering, automotive, professional and scientific industries. We are headquartered in Hanover, MD (near Baltimore) with more than 150 office locations throughout the United States and Canada. We are currently looking for an Intern to join our team in Bellevue, WA.

General Description:
The HR Intern is responsible for all steps associated with sourcing and delivering qualified, diverse candidates to Aerotek Recruiters and Account Managers. The HR Intern must have the ability to effectively communicate with potential employees and the internal team which it supports. This is a GREAT opportunity for anyone interested in Human Resources & Recruiting.

Required Skills:
Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
· Develop creative recruiting resources and networking activities to attract qualified professionals interested in contract, contract-to-hire and direct placement employment.
· Responsible for initiating the hiring process for available positions with Aerotek clients. This includes sourcing, phone interviewing, and presenting qualified candidates to Aerotek Recruiters for the remaining steps of the interview process.
· Post available positions on the Internet to increase available candidate pool.
· Solicit referrals and follow up with potential talent.
· Identify and participate in networking activities such as attending career fairs as needed and cold calling on school, organization, and outplacement services to promote Aerotek.
· Evaluate all resumes received and select only candidates that are appropriate to enter into the interview process.
· Schedule candidates for interviews with Aerotek Recruiters.
· Will be the first point of contact for potential candidates. Must interact with a high level of professionalism and customer service at all times.
· Maintain all documentation using Aerotek companies? online system and access database to track information and hiring metrics regarding candidates and sourcing strategies.

The ideal candidate must be self-motivated and possess excellent communication skills with strong attention to detail. Excellent customer service, organizational, and time management skills are essential. Proficiency with internet recruiting is a plus.

Additional Information:
25-30 hours per week (Flexible schedule)

To apply or to learn more, visit us at Aerotek is an equal opportunity employer.
Aerotek is an equal opportunity employer.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Winter/Spring Internships in Boutique Publicity & Event Firm (Midtown West) USA

OW!, Onorato Wixom is a dynamic publicity and event firm based in New York. We are looking for two Interns for Winter / Spring 2011 to start in January. We are focused on events, fashion, entertainment, lifestyle and nightlife.

Currently, OW! has clients in the nightlife sector, a music series, an nationally recognized life coach, two retail locations, a internationally recognized museum, and many high profile per project clients. During the last eight seasons, we have consulted on 55 fashion shows and events including the Official Closing Party to Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Bryant Park and expect similar work for February. We are looking for dedicated, grounded individuals who are looking to grow with us.

If you want to learn the “in’s and out’s” of public relations and events production in a boutique setting, this opportunity is for you.

A candidate who can start First week January is ideal and the duration runs through the end of May. If you are looking for specific days, please make sure to let us know that. All candidates MUST be able to dedicate at least THREE FULL DAYS per week during regular business hours.

PLEASE NOTE if you do not feel strongly that you fit the above and below criteria, please do not apply for this position, only the top candidates will be contacted for an interview.

This is NOT a paid internship.

1. Self-motivated and ability to work w/minimal supervision at times
2. Strong marketing and business sense
3. Organized
4. Ability to multi-task & prioritize
5. Proficient in Mac/PC, Word, Excel, Filemaker Pro, Photoshop, InDesign, email, etc.
6. Team Player
7. Excellent follow-up skills
8. Writing skills
9. Must be VERY trustworthy and reliable
10. Solid communications skills
11. References are a REQUIRED!

1. Phones
2. Scheduling
3. Assisting with Event Production
4. Receive & distribute mail, faxes and packages
5. Coordinate Travel Plans
6. Office administrative work & occasional errands
7. Assist with all special projects and presentations

1. Publicity inside & out for lifestyle / events / nightlife
2. Basic public relations knowledge and editorial introduction through the course of work
3. Basic production skills and organizational skills for events
4. Behind the scenes look at the New York Fashion industry
5. Opportunities to develop a public relations sensibility by sitting in on client and strategy meetings



Friday, December 10, 2010

Program Associate/ AmeriCorps Vista member (Park Slope) United States

Position Announcement

The Organization
Brooklyn Workforce Innovations (BWI) – a nonprofit workforce development organization – seeks a multi-talented individual for the position of New York Drives Program Associate - AmeriCorps*VISTA. BWI helps jobless and working poor New Yorkers establish careers in sectors that offer good wages and opportunities for advancement ( New York Drives is an innovative training program that combines driver’s education with job readiness training in order to connect low-income New Yorkers to increased employment and educational opportunities. The Program Associate will assist the Program Coordinator in several capacity-building projects, including the enhancement of retention and job search support services for program alumni, the development of a targeted recruitment strategy to find qualified applicants, and the expansion of the employer network for BWI participants. S/he will be a key member of a small, hard-working team. The position will begin in January 2011 and last for one year.

Through a grant from the federal government’s Corporation for National and Community Service, VISTA members work with a BWI program full-time for one year. For more information about VISTA visit

The Program Associate will build the capacity of New York Drives. Responsibilities will include:
• Researching social media and online resources for New York Drives program.
• Coordinating a pilot social media/online job development tool for alumni.
• Researching and designing a participant recruitment plan for New York Drives.
• Gearing recruitment toward attracting more applicants who are fit for funding and employment criteria.
• Developing outreach materials; conducting participant outreach; attending recruitment events in the field.
• Conducting research online, by phone, and in person to identify businesses within target sectors and to expand on current employer database.
• Compiling reports and tracking progress on capacity-building projects.

In order to serve as an AmeriCorps*VISTA volunteer, you must be at least 18 years old and a U.S. citizen, national, or legal permanent resident alien of the U.S. You may not be enrolled in school or hold other employment during your VISTA year. In addition we seek:
• Prior work, community or volunteer experience
• Strong communication skills (oral and written)
• Strong people-skills; ability to work with diverse groups of people
• Computer literacy, including Microsoft Word and Excel; familiarity with social networking sites and experience in database management is preferred.
• Strong desire to make a difference through hard work, and eagerness to learn new skills
• Commitment to BWI’s mission

VISTA volunteers receive the following compensation:
• Living stipend of $1163/month, subject to federal but not city or state taxes (stipend does not count as income in calculating public assistance benefits)
• Unlimited Monthly Metrocard
• Basic health insurance
• Choice of education award of $5,500 to be used for tuition or student loan repayment, OR cash stipend of $1,500, after you complete a year of service
• Student loan forbearance
• Optional life insurance
• Childcare reimbursement, if eligible

To Apply
Please email resume and cover letter to:
Melissa Allen
Program Coordinator


Paid Internship - to $19/hour - to 40 Hours/week (Midtown) United States

We are an online publishing company operating several websites in various segments, such as product reviews, website reviews, and job search tips.

We are looking for an intern to join us.

1.Good writing skills.
2. Ability to learn quickly.
3. Know how to use Microsoft Office Word.
4. Able to work no less than 10 hours per week.

The intern will mainly work on:
1.Writing on topics such as website reviews and product reviews.
2. Acquiring knowledge on specific topics by reading books, researching online, and receiving training.

The internship differentiates itself from other opportunities in several ways:

1. Flexible Schedule: the Intern can choose to be a full-time intern, working 40 hours per week, or a part-time intern, working 10 to 20 hours per week.

2. Competitive Salary: The basic salary is $10 per hour. Up to $9 per hour bonus is also available, depending on the intern's attendance, performance, and contribution to the team.
For the last 3 months, on average, the interns received about $16/hour, including $10 base salary and $6 bonus on average.
If an intern works for no less than 5 hours on a day, the intern will have 1 hour paid break. This makes salary for actual working hours even more competitive.

3. Convenient Location: The intern will work at our office near Time Square.

4. Time Devoted to Business Writing: virtually all the intern’s time will be devoted to business writing, including the research and the learning related to business writing.

5. Meaningful Impact: the majority of the interns’ work has been published online and has served millions of readers.

6. Training Program to Develop Skills: besides the on-the-job training, our training program also includes 16 units of presentations, covering business writing, professionalism, overview of business functions, and leadership development.

The internship will start immediately and end on May 18, 2011. The intern may renew the internship, depending on the performance of the intern and our business need. Previously some interns worked for more than 2 years with us.

The internship is ideal for a new college graduate, a college student, or other applicant, to acquire real work experience in an internet publishing company.

Please email your cover letter and resume to, and put "CRA120910" on the subject line.

NETWORK ENGINEER, Information Technology (New York City, NY, USA)

Information Technology
New York, NY

The Vera Institute of Justice is an independent nonprofit organization that combines expertise in research, demonstration projects, and technical assistance to help leaders in government and civil society improve the systems that people rely on for justice and safety. The Information Technology Department facilitates Vera’s efforts by ensuring the stability and integrity of the institute’s in-house network infrastructure and services.

Network Engineer is responsible for installing, configuring, maintaining and supporting the organization’s network infrastructure, computer systems and services. With the end goal, being a reliable, robust and secure network infrastructure that provides maximum performance and availability to the entire staff and serves their technical needs.

Working closely with the Information Technology Director and other IT staff based in our main New York Office, the Network Engineer will:
• Plan, design and develop local area networks (LANs) and wide-area networks (WANs) across the organization.
• Analyze and resolve hardware and software problems in a timely and accurate fashion and provide end-user training when required.
• Create and maintain documentation as it relates to network configuration, network component inventory, network mapping, processes, network asset management, service records and related documentation and technical specification.
• Conduct research on network products, services, protocols, and standards to remain abreast of developments in the networking industry.
• Work with the IT Staff to secure network products and services.
• Provide day-to-day technical support to all employees located in multiple locations (Help Desk Administration).
• Participate in or manage small to large Information technology projects
• Handle various Network/Systems Administration duties (e.g. Manage user accounts, folder/filepermissions, network printers, email, anti-virus & anti-spam systems, etc).
• Participate in or facilitate Information technology trainings, workshops & seminars.
• Be responsible for the installation, testing, configuration, monitoring, maintenance, support, and optimization of all network services, network hardware (including servers, routers, switches, firewalls, etc), software, end-user workstations, laptops and peripheral devices.
• Develop, implement and maintain policies, procedures, and associated training plans for network administration, usage, system back-up, restore protocol and disaster recovery.
• Perform security audits, system backups and recovery procedure.
• Work with our T1 provider to address any issues with Internet Connection and changes in DNS records.
• Troubleshoot all issues related to VOIP phone systems before escalating to our phone carrier.
• Participate in ensuring the most cost-effective and efficient use of servers
• Undertake routine preventative measures and implementing, maintaining and monitoring network security.
• Provide limited training for users with varying levels of technical knowledge and competence.
• Handle training of IT interns on tasks related to their duties as needed.
• Work closely with other departments/organizations and collaborating with other IT staff to meet business needs. Suggesting and providing Information technology solutions to business and management needs. Participate in planning and implementing future technology developments.
• Maintain, troubleshoot and update the network and security infrastructure, tests and implements vendor security patches, implement workarounds for un-patched security vulnerabilities.
• Assist with the planning, design, research and acquisition of new or upgraded hardware and software systems; maintains current knowledge of hardware, software and network technology and recommends modifications as necessary.
• Share knowledge, experience and provides helpful advice to others in the office.

Qualifications/Technical Skills
The Network Engineer must possess the following:
• Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science or a computer related field.
• Certifications in MCSA, CCNA or MCSE.
• Five to Seven years experience with LAN, WAN design and implementation (Network Engineering) and Network Administration.
• Strong hands-on technical knowledge of PC Operating Systems.
• Strong hands-on technical knowledge of Networking Software, Hardware & Protocols (DHCP, DNS, FTP, TCP/IP, VOIP, etc).
• Experience in Basic MAC Desktop Support, Network Switch configuration, and Wireless Networks, Microsoft SQL Server, Email, Smartphone & Firewall Administration.
• Experience with Scripting, Virtualization and PC Imaging.
• Experience in Software and Hardware troubleshooting.
• Knowledge of applicable data privacy practices and laws.
• Qualified candidates must be reliable, responsible, able to multi-task, and have strong organizational, writing, communication, customer service and people skills.
• Final candidate will be subject to criminal and financial background check.

Qualified candidates must be available to work some nights and weekends.

Commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits.

How To Apply
Please submit cover letter and resume.
Online submission is preferred at

However, if necessary, materials may be mailed or faxed to
ATTN: Human Resources / Network Engineer Recruitment
Vera Institute of Justice
233 Broadway, 12th Flr.
New York, NY 10004
Fax: (212) 941-9407

Please use only one method of submission (online, mail or fax).
No phone calls, please. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

The Vera Institute of Justice values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
For more information about Vera, please visit
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VPL now seeking Sales & PR Interns in Soho (SoHo) USA

Seeking immediate full and part time interns that are eager to learn the art of sales and public relations in an amazing and unique fashion company through hands on experience and event planning with a small team of dedicated and hard working staff.
The bulk of the internship is administrative and works directly with Head of Sales and PR.
Interns will also have the opportunity to attend meetings and assist with various aspects of fashion show from conception to execution. You will be working also with high-profile editors and stylists from Vogue, Elle, Nylon, Numero, etc. Tasks include:

• Log sample loans and organize sample closet
• Help craft various PR and sales literature and press release
• Develop press kits and any other press materials working with a graphic/creative intern
• Complete a list of guests by calling each store/editor, etc to update our database
• Mail out/deliver fashion show invitations
• Organize RSVP list, assist with model castings and general show prep, working directly with head designer
• Help organize special events with key retailers in and around NYC

Candidates should possess:
-good phone and email etiquette
-familiarity with both PC and MAC computer systems and know Outlook, Mail, Excel. (Photoshop, Illustrator is a plus)
-experience with customers and general office knowledge
-professionality and dedication
-have a passion for sales, pr or design.
-ability to work autonomously and thoroughly

Candidates should email their resume, cover letter and importantly availability and start date to

Sunday, December 5, 2010

College Internships (DuPont Circle)

Legacy is currently searching for energetic individuals for our Spring 2011 Internship Program.

In addition to working with their respective department, students will be exposed to tobacco knowledge, current issues in public health and career development opportunities. The internship duration is mid-Jan. 2011- mid-Mar. 2011. Interns are eligible to participate in the program for up to two semesters.

Positions are currently available in the following departments: Schroeder Institute, Communications, Research & Evaluation, Marketing, Government Affairs, Human Resources, Youth Activism, Program Development.

Please visit our website to see detailed descriptions of each position.

Ideal candidates are current students pursuing their undergraduate degree (for the Schroeder Institute and Research positions grad students are considered). An interest in public health or tobacco control is a plus. Those interested in applying should send their resume, references, and answers to the following questions (in 250 words or less). Please indicate which department(s) you are applying to.

Why are you interested in interning at American Legacy Foundation? What do you hope to contribute to Legacy during your time as an intern? How will this help you in your future career?

Applications should be sent to the following:

Attn: Internship – Spring 2011
1724 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036
202-454-5597 (fax)
No phone calls please

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Internship in Energy Policy and Communications- Students only, Unpaid (DC Metro Area)

Join the clean energy revolution! The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association is seeking undergraduate and graduate students in the DC area for part-time or full-time internships beginning in the Jan-Feb time frame. The FCHEA is the leading trade association serving the fuel cell and hydrogen energy industries and, as such, is driving to make fuel cells and hydrogen an integral part of the nation’s clean energy portfolio.

Opportunities and responsibilities include:
-Attending Government meetings and briefings
-Performing market and industry research
-Interacting with media
-Working Policy and Communications strategy
-Writing articles, blog posts, and newsletter items
-Event management

At the FCHEA, you will be an integral member of our small, efficient team. You will gain valuable hands-on experience in the fields of policy, communications, and marketing, and high-tech.
Background/interest in public policy, energy policy, environmental science or communications recommended, but not required. Regular travel to 19th and M St. required. College students (undergraduate or graduate) only as this is an unpaid position.

All responses should be addressed to: Pete Barkey at

The FCHEA is an industry trade association dedicated to the commercialization of Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Energy. We are formerly the US Fuel Cell Council and the Nation Hydrogen Association. Please visit or for more information.

IT Internship with Greenpeace (DC)

IT Programming Internship with GREENPEACE – Spring 2011

As a Greenpeace intern you can:
Promote solutions to the global warming crisis
Stop the destruction of the world's last ancient forests
Empower consumers and shareholders to hold corporate polluters accountable
And yes - save the whales!
As the IT intern, work with our small but busy IT department as we develop new tools for fundraising, activism and green social networks.

Who is Greenpeace?
Greenpeace is the leading independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful direct action and creative communication to expose global environmental problems and to promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future.

A Greenpeace Internship is a great way to learn first-hand how an international environmental campaigning organization works. Build valuable career skills and make connections. In addition to job training, you’ll have the opportunity to take part in trainings such as corporate campaigning, non-violent direct action, media relations and grassroots outreach.
Apply now for a Greenpeace internship!

Washington, DC

Program Details:
Our Spring internships start January 31st and end May 6th. Part time and full time positions available. We are flexible with your schedule and can help you receive class credit. You do not need to be a current student to apply. All internships are unpaid. Unfortunately Greenpeace cannot provide travel or housing.

Applicants must be over 18, but do not have to be current students. Applicants must have experience developing in a LAMP environment and excellent verbal and written communications skills, strong online research skills, and the ability to work well independently.

Diverse perspectives and experience enhance the way Greenpeace selects and approaches issues, as well as the creativity and effectiveness of our campaigns. Greenpeace strongly encourages applications from women, people of color, and other under-represented communities.

Apply now for a Greenpeace internship!
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Asst. Director of Operations (Dupont Circle) USA

Assistant Director of Operations

The three traits that best describe our company are: rapidly growing, fast-paced, and energetic. If you are looking for a company that provides an environment with all three of these characteristics then look no further, Capital Reporting Company is the company for you. We empower our employees by giving them a lot of responsibility and encourage them to succeed through constant mentoring, continuous education, and promoting from within.

Who is Capital Reporting Company?
Capital Reporting Company is a national court reporting company, owned and operated by a veteran trial lawyer and a seasoned court reporter. We provide services including court reporting, videography, transcription, videoconferencing, etc to law firms, companies, and government agencies. We are proudly serving more than 5,000 clients in 50 states and abroad. Our motto is “We Never Take Your Business For Granted!" and we mean it.

About the position:
Capital Reporting Company is looking to add another Assistant Director of Operations to our growing team. We are only looking for passionate applicants, so if you are not hard working, looking to grow within a company, or looking to learn, learn, learn, then please do not apply.

This position is responsible for the production process of deposition transcripts and includes, among other things, producing, proofreading, editing, and printing of transcripts to ensure overall quality of product. In addition, candidates will need to be able to effectively communicate with colleagues, both internal and external, and customers by phone, e-mail, and face to face contact to provide customer support and relationship management.

The successful candidate will have the following:

• A 4 year college degree, preferably in a business related field,

• 1-3 yrs of general business experience (counting relevant internships),

• A demonstrated history of initiative and achievement,

• An entrepreneurial and hard working spirit,

• The ability to prioritize effectively and manage multiple projects/tasks and deadlines simultaneously,

• A burning desire to succeed and a goal oriented mentality, and

• A strong attention to detail with the ability to proactively identify and address problems quickly and independently.

Capital Reporting Company only hires outstanding candidates and compensates its employees accordingly. Our compensation philosophy is simple: You get what you pay for. We want high-quality employees and we pay top dollar! Please submit your resume to Betsy Tucker at Please do not attach your resume to the email, but rather copy and paste it into the body of the email. We will not consider any applications that include attachments!

If you would like more background on our company, please visit: