Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Seeking Social Media & Search Engine Marketing Interns - Paid (USA)

Shoplet.com is looking for Social Media interns! Do you want to work for a profitable and rapidly growing, trend setting company? Do you want to be part of a creative, fun and collaborative work environment? Then look no further! We have an immediate opening for a social media intern to join our in-house creative team.
This is a great opportunity to get the training and experience that you went to school for, and work with a really talented/awesome/super-fun team of office-supply loving individuals. You'll be researching trends and communicating with our online communities in order to help strengthen our social media presence.
This is a FULL-TIME internship with a monthly stipend lasting 3 months. Upon completion, there will be the possibility of a permanent position for the right candidate.

• Mastery of social media like Facebook and Twitter.
• Fabulous and intriguing writing skills.
• Must be local. We are in the financial district.
• An in-depth understanding of sarcasm.

• Knowledge of Photoshop.
• Knowledge of basic HTML & CSS.
• Knowledge of the e-commerce industry and websites/platforms.

To Apply:
Please email your resume and a writing sample, or your most recent blog post or a list of your last few Tweets! We're looking for creative individuals with a passion for social media communication.

About Us:
Shoplet.com, a rapidly growing B2B e-commerce company and recently named to both the Internet Retailer Top 500 and Hot 100 Lists for 2010, specializes in the on-line sale of office and business products. Today, Shoplet is the #1 ranked pure e-tailer in the office/business products category, and is one of the fastest growing ecommerce companies in the nation. With over 400,000 products available for sale, Shoplet's expertise and innovative purchasing solutions enable our clients to realize significant cost and timesaving.
email us your resumes at jobs@shoplet.com

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Driver Phlebotomist (Yakima - American Red Cross)

The American Red Cross Blood Services is looking for a FULL TIME DRIVER to transport and set up equipment and supplies to community based blood drives throughout Central Washington.

This position will drive various vehicles from our Yakima Center transporting necessary equipment & supplies to various locations throughout the district. During blood drive operating hours this person will interact with our volunteer blood donors and help with blood drive operations including: sealing blood bags to prepare for their transport back to the center for processing, set up and tear down of equipment, health history screenings of donors, and phlebotomy to draw blood from our donors.
The Red Cross will provide extensive training in all necessary procedures in accordance to FDA regulations.

Flexible schedule to work mornings, afternoons, evenings, weekends and holidays is required.
Most shifts will be 10 - 14 hours in duration.
Flexibility for regional travel is required up to 10 nights/ month and 4 nights in a row.
Availability to attend 3 weeks of training in Portland, OR is required. This training will be paid and hotel accomodations will be provided.
Committment to customer service and blood donor satisfaction is required.
CDLB is strongly preferred.
Fluency in English & Spanish is preferred

For a complete job description & to apply for this MOBILE UNIT ASSISTANT position, please visit our website: http://www.americanredcross.apply2jobs.com/ referencing requisition number: BIO9572

The American Red Cross is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) committed to diversity

Take care and good luck.

Disaster Education & Youth Program Specialist (Wenatachee, WA)

The American Red Cross currently an AmeriCorps/VISTA volunteer stipend position available in Wenatchee, WA. Help build and strengthen our volunteer base and develop stronger community education outreach tools, to help the current and ongoing disaster preparedness and response needs in our communities by joining the Red Cross as a Washington State VISTA member.

The mission of the American Red Cross is to help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. The Disaster Education and Youth Program Specialist will be responsible for the Youth Red Cross clubs in Chelan, Douglas and Grant Counties. This will include the development of clubs in areas that are low income, vulnerable populations and or not currently serviced. These clubs work to engage local youth in the Red Cross mission. VISTA members will also create a disaster education curriculum and recruit volunteers that can be delivered throughout Eastern Washington.

To learn more about the AmeriCorps position and apply, please clink on the following link https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=41744 or visit http://www.inwredcross.org/

Sunday, June 19, 2011


Below are just a couple key points about the Navy Reserves:

- The maximum age limit is 42 years of age
(Can be waived for over age 42)
- Must have 72 hours in Religious Studies post BA
- 1 weekend a month with flexible drill options
- 2 weeks a year annual training
- Guaranteed Retirement after 20 years of service
- Will not be deployed within the first 2 years (unless you volunteer)
- Minimum commitment of 3 years
- NEW change to VA benefits - Post 911 GI Bill, 36 months of 100% tuition/books AND the option to transfer the benefit to their spouse/children.


Call for more information: (317) 439-4837 ask for James Sexton OR EMAIL resume to james.r.sexton2@navy.mil
Take care and good luck.

Assistant Director, On-Campus Programs and Regional Engagement (Greencastle, IN)


Develop, market, and manage regional alumni events with an emphasis on those topics that align with the University's core values and goals. Collaborate with other areas such as Admissions, Professional Opportunities, Faculty, and Athletics to create meaningful regional alumni events and to help advance the University. Act as the University's liaison to all regional clubs and councils, providing direction, training, and information to alumni volunteers. Travel to all regional club and council locations at least once yearly to attend meetings and events. Follow-up after events to ensure best practices are continued and suggestions for improvement are implemented.


1. Develop, market, and manage on-campus programming for major alumni events such as Reunion Weekend, DePauw Discourse, and Old Gold (Homecoming) Weekend

2. Support the work of class committees in preparation for Reunion Weekend. Serve as the University's liaison for class' social planning activities. Support team efforts to meet engagement, financial, and participation goals.

3. Manage the Alumni Relations website, reviewing and updating content to ensure accuracy and timeliness. Work with Information Services to enhance current website and event management tools.

4. Serve as the staff liaison to the Alumni Association's Board of Directors Regional Alumni Engagement Committee.

5. Other duties as assigned.


Bachelor's degree required with preference given to alumni of liberal arts institutions.

2 years of demonstrated event planning and the ability to work with cross-functional teams.

2 years supervisory or volunteer management experience.

Knowledge of fundraising and annual giving is preferred.

Intermediate experience in MS Office Applications, Dreamweaver, and Google Applications.

Ability to work flexible hours including evenings/weekends.

Excellent organizational and communication skills and the ability to manage multiple concurrent projects.

Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to travel 25%.

For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please do not email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.


Engineering Intern (Carmel, IN)

ChaCha Search, Inc.

The developer intern will be responsible for implementing and maintaining ChaCha’s software products according to detailed engineering design specifications and design somewhat complex features and enhancements of ChaCha’s products. The developer intern will operate under moderate supervision and work closely with Product Design and Quality Assurance to ensure that the products meet functional specifications as well as deployment and performance criteria.


• Experience using Java
• Target development platform experience including Linux
• Relational database experience
• Experience in Web development/web services (AJAX, JSON)
• Application Server experience a plus
• Must have authorization to work in the U.S.
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SUPPLY CHAIN Specialist 1 - INTERN Needed!!! (Indianapolis, IN)

Attention: SUPPLY CHAIN SPECIALIST 1 - INTERN Needed! - Interview Now!

Company: Hawker Beechcraft
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Pay Rate: $12 to $15 DOE
Shift: Sunday - Thursday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Duration: 3-Months

Required Skills:
Knowledge of Windows and Office Products.
Computer, Typing and Organizational Skills.
Ability to read, write, and understand English.
Professional appearance and telephone etiquette.
Strong Customer Service Skills
Safety conscious and service oriented.
Administrative and Receptionist duties.

Preferred Skills:
Previous Aviation experience preferred
Computer proficiency in SAP, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Basic accounting skills

Education Required:
2 years related experience; or High School diploma

Required Skills:
Knowledge of Windows and Office Products.
Computer, Typing and Organizational Skills.
Ability to read, write, and understand English.
Professional appearance and telephone etiquette.
Strong Customer Service Skills
Safety conscious and service oriented.
Administrative and Receptionist duties.

Preferred Skills:
Previous Aviation experience preferred

For immediate consideration, please forward your resume in a WORD DOC to darnold@teamglobal.com

I look forward to speaking with you soon.


Mike Arnold, PHR


Marketing Intern (indianapolis)

Company: TiWork, Inc

TiWork is a social network that allows talented people and employers to be connected. It is without a doubt the best way to find or post jobs online.

- Description :

Marketing Intern for TiWork.com

- Responsibilities:

Create various collateral pieces, including brochures, flyers and postcards; assist with writing Web and ad copy; write stories, take photos and design layout of employee communication pieces; assist with various internal and external communications as needed, including media relations and social media; assist in development and implementation of marketing plans; conduct market research and track market share/ROI data.

- Experience/Skills Desired:

Completed units toward a degree in Public Relations/Marketing/Communications or similar field; strong writing skills; eye for design; computer savvy, especially with Microsoft Word and Publisher; interest in health care; strong initiative/outgoing.

- Languages Skills Desired:

English - Bilingual

- Compensation: $400 per Week

Apply here: http://tiwork.com/employer/public_jobprofile.php?id=89

Good Luck

Sunday, June 12, 2011

YWCA Onsite Housing Support (Seattle)

REPORTS TO: Seattle Housing Management Director (or Lead Apartment Manager)

LOCATION: YWCA Opportunity Place, downtown Seattle

DESCRIPTION: The Onsite Housing Support staff works approximately 13 hours per week with the Housing Management and Services employees to help provide quality, safe permanent housing for Opportunity Place residents. The Onsite Housing Support staff is required to live at Opportunity Place to carry out the job duties which include rotating evening and weekend shifts. This position does not provide direct supervision.

The value of the one-bedroom apartment at YWCA Opportunity Place Apartments with utilities paid is the total compensation for this position which equates to working up to 13.15 hours per week, 57 hours per month.

YWCA programs have a reputation in the community for providing culturally competent services. Valuing diversity and championing anti-racism policy and program delivery are core values.

• Seek to provide culturally relevant conflict resolution and problem solving strategies.
• Actively build positive relationships with residents, and staff.
• Cover breaks and lunches for Opportunity Place front desk staff per a rotating evening, weekday and weekend schedule. When working at the front desk, the following may be required
o Maintain security by limiting access to building and units
o Assure building rules are followed
o Works with residents in accessing needed services, makes referrals, advocates with service providers as needed.
o Keeps Apartment Managers informed of resident issues and steps taken to resolve them
o Responds to residents or other clients in crisis (guests, walk-ins)
• Perform regular cleaning in common areas (laundry room, hallways) on residential floors per provided schedule. This includes but is not limited to sweeping, mopping, trash removal, wiping down laundry machines, plant watering and window cleaning. Maintain record of cleaning.
• Unlocks doors for locked-out residents.
• Available on-call to assist front desk in the event of client crisis or building emergency.
• Reachable by pager within 5 minutes to respond to emergencies on scheduled on-call shifts.
• Available and able to return to building within 5 minutes when on-call to respond to emergencies.
• Work unscheduled hours in the event of an emergency/incident.
• Maintain confidentiality of resident and program information.
• Maintain compliance with all Fair Housing and Landlord Tenant laws/regulations.
• Maintain written record of resident contacts.
• Respond to resident complaints/requests for assistance in timely, appropriate manner.
• Help assure building rules are followed after regular housing office hours.
• Carry out minor troubleshooting for repairs; assist in coordinating emergency repairs as needed.
• Show demonstrated ability to interact with people of different cultures.
• Continuing search for understanding of racial, gender and class equity.
• Adhere to all Volunteer Services protocol relative to volunteer usage, recognition and monitoring. Work alongside volunteers, where applicable
• Assure that volunteers are treated with respect and dignity regardless of race, ethnic background, gender or socioeconomic background
• Performs other duties as assigned.

• Must meet all resident eligibility requirements necessary to live at Opportunity Place Apartments
• Experience working in a busy residential setting
• Demonstrated reliability and timeliness
• Good organizational and record keeping skills
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively under stressful conditions and/or crisis intervention
• Ability to maintain a calm, caring and professional demeanor (especially in stressful situations) when dealing with diverse public, residents, persons in crisis
• Ability to use a pager for on-call duties
• Ability to participate in training and classes as determined necessary for Housing Staff.
• Ability to deal with unexpected situations and respond to emergencies
• Ability to lift and carry up to 40 pounds
• Any combination of skills and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform this job effectively
• Core competencies expected: flexibility, good oral and written communication, discernment/judgment, reliability, customer service, fostering diversity, professionalism, service, and social justice advocacy

• $13.70 per hour starting wage.
• The value of the one-bedroom apartment at YWCA Opportunity Place Apartments with utilities paid is the total compensation for this position. No additional cash compensation will be provided unless prior approval is given by the Seattle Housing Management Director.
• Part-time, rotating evening, weekday and weekend schedule with ability to provide emergency responses as needed / when needed.
• Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Classification: Non Exempt
• This position not eligible for benefits.

TO APPLY: Please send your resume and cover letter along with the job title included in the subject line to jchiring@ywcaworks.org

CLOSING DATE: This position will remain open until filled

The YWCA of Seattle | King | Snohomish is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Cheer Advisor (Renton High School) USA

Renton High School is seeking an energetic Cheer Squad Advisor. Interested applicants should complete our online application at www.rentonschools.us and provide supplemental materials, which will include a coach insert, two letters of recommendation, cover letter and a resume.

Renton School District is currently accepting applications for the position of Cheer

This position is open to all individuals, including current employees. In the event the
addition of this position to a currently held position results in overtime pay, the principal
must authorize payment from his/her building.

Minimum Qualifications:
1. Hold a valid first aid/CPR/AED card. Certification must be obtained from a "hands
on" class (rather than online) in order to comply with WIAA regulations
2. Minimum 21 years of age for head advisor and 19 years of age for assistant
3. Demonstrated working knowledge of the above-mentioned activity
4. Cheer experience preferred.
5. Demonstrated interest in and ability to work well with multicultural high school
students, staff and community.
6. Stunt Certification is required for Cheer Coaches who intend to have their cheer
squad perform stunts. The certification program must be approved by either the
Washington State Cheer Coaches Association or the WIAA. Coaches must be
recertified every three years.
7. Such alternative and/or additional requirements as the district may find
appropriate and acceptable.

• The person in this position is required to complete an online WIAA rules clinic prior to
their first practice.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Interested candidates should apply online at www.rentonschools.us. All candidates should
apply specifically for individual positions to ensure consideration for each opening in which you
are interested.

Out of district applicants
In addition to the online application, out of district applicants are required to submit the
1) Appropriate insert located within the "insert" tab in the online application (coaching
insert C).
2) A current resume containing a summary of education, work and coaching
3) At least two current letters of recommendation from employers and/or volunteer

In-district applicants
In-district applicants should click on "district employee" within the online system and apply
specifically for positions available. In addition, in-district applicants are required to submit
the following:
1) Appropriate insert located within the "insert" tab in the online application (coaching
insert C).
2) A current resume containing a summary of education, work and coaching experience
3) At least two current letters of recommendation from employers and/or volunteer work.

Our mailing address for supplemental application materials is the Renton School District Human
Resources Dept., 300 SW 7th Street, Renton, WA 98057. Please call 425-204-2350 if you
need assistance. For further information about the Renton School District, please visit our
website at www.rentonschools.us.

Applicants selected for hire will be required to provide a social security card for payroll
purposes prior to beginning employment.

Verification of identity and United States work authorization must be completed before
employment commences. Successful Washington State Patrol check and FBI fingerprint
report, in accordance with state law, is required for continued employment.

The Renton School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion,
color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation
including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical
disability, or the use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability in its
programs and activities, domicile, marital status or political activity. TITLE IX COORDINATOR,
Sheryl Moore, Asst. Supt., Human Resources, 425.204.2370, sheryl.moore@rentonschools.us;
Asst. Supt., Dept of Learning and Teaching, 425.204.2318, rob.macgregor@rentonschools.us
The District will take steps to assure that national origin persons who lack English language
skills can participate in all education programs, services and activities. For information
regarding translation services for vital communications or transitional bilingual education
programs, contact Vickie Damon, Dir. of Categorical Programs, 425.204.2410 or
vickie.damon@rentonschools.us. See also, District Policies and Procedures No. 3207, 3210,
5003, 5005 and 5006 for complaint procedures.

For further information regarding other position openings with the Renton School District you
may visit our website at www.rentonschools.us
Take care

Travel Ambassador Program Manager (Bellevue, WA)

Title: Travel Ambassador Program Manager
Department: Transportation -- Mobility
Location: Bellevue, WA
Salary: $40,000-$42,000 DOE (Grade E-8)
Benefits: Full benefits available
Work Schedule: 40 hrs/wk, M-F
Open: June 10, 2011
Closes: when Filled

For 39 years, Hopelink, a vibrant community action agency, has served homeless and low income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities in an 800 square mile area of north and east King County, Washington. Our vision is a community free of poverty. To that end, we provide a wide variety of human services that moves forward our mission to promote self-sufficiency for all members of our community; we help people make lasting change.

Special needs transportation coordination aims to improve transportation services for persons with disabilities, older adults, youth and individuals with lower incomes by ensuring that communities coordinate transportation resources through multiple federal, state and local programs. This position oversees the ongoing development, implementation and coordination of Hopelink Mobility Management department's transportation training programs. This position is funded through federal, state, and local funds and grants, and is contingent upon continued future grant funding.

Essential Functions:

•Manages the Travel Ambassador program by organizing and delivering region-wide travel options trainings to human and medical service personnel. Implements train-the-trainer programs to develop a corps of certified Travel Ambassadors at agencies throughout King County. Maintains and expands Travel Ambassador and Getting Around Puget Sound programs and services, including scope, format, schedules, location and content.
•Manages the Getting Around Puget Sound program by recruiting and training volunteers on region-wide travel options and developing relationships with social service agencies and community centers where trained volunteers provide travel options assistance directly to older adults, youth, people with disabilities and individuals with lower incomes.
•Develops and manages the Ride Around the Sound program, which will train low-income individuals and families, immigrants and refugees, and veterans to ride transit in King County and take them on group excursions to exciting destinations using public transit. This includes building partnerships with human service agencies, cultural community centers and veterans housing and support groups
•Collaborates with Sound Transit, 2-1-1, King County Metro, Senior Services and the Puget Sound Regional Council to research and update transportation options list, ensuring that accurate and consistent information is widely available.
•Recruits, trains, organizes, assigns and supervises volunteers in support of programs. Provides recognition to and maintains an active pool of volunteer travel trainers.
•Implements pre- and post-training assessments. Establishes and maintains systems to track and analyze program data, and provides volunteer data to Hopelink volunteer manager and program data to Mobility Manager.
•Evaluates training programs and activities and determines effectiveness in accomplishing grant objectives; recommends changes and improvements as needed; plans, develops, implement and maintains new and existing services.
•Maintains a professional and positive working relationship with clients, vendors, volunteers, donors, and fellow staff and adheres to the Hopelink Standards of Conduct.
Education and Experience Requirements:
•Two years project or program management experience, preferably related to passenger transportation services; demonstrating effective contract management, program marketing, training, and implementation.
•Bachelor's degree in Adult Education, Public Administration, Communications, or related field preferred.
•Strong planning and organizational skills.
•Exceptional verbal, written and presentation skills required with the ability to communicate effectively, with contractors, other employees and outside agencies using tact, courtesy and good judgment.
•A strong knowledge of Access, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel is required.
•Experience overseeing data management.
•Demonstrated ability in designing, marketing, implementing and evaluating training programs.
•Prior experience in teaching and program planning and design preferred.
•Prior training experience required with the ability to effectively manage diverse work styles and personalities.
Licenses, certificates, & other requirements:
•Must have a valid Washington Driver's license and reliable, personal transportation
•Must pass criminal Background check clearance through the Washington State Patrol.
To Apply, submit resume and cover letter via e-mail : hopelink.careers@hope-link.org
We are actively building an environment that welcomes and encourages the involvement and success of all individuals and respects the new possibilities that are created when diverse people, beliefs and values are included.

If you want to join our dynamic team, why not bring your talents and skills to Hopelink? In addition to great staff, we offer a competitive benefit package.

Hopelink is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to workplace diversity.


Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Paid Intern: Sales Engineer for Hot Social Media Solutions Co. (downtown / civic / van ness)

Sales Engineer
PowerReviews- A Social Media Solutions Company
San Francisco, CA
Apply: http://hire.jobvite.com/j/?cj=oQ7MVfwo&s=craigslist

PowerReviews is the leading provider of social commerce software-as-a-service solutions to global retailers and brands. We are an innovative social media company committed to making software for consumers to rate and review products purchased on E-commerce websites.

The company's unique structured data approach to collecting, organizing, and analyzing user-generated content significantly boosts product sales and customer engagement.

We've got the Power:

• PowerReviews is live on over 4,700 websites - across 13 languages in 21 countries - including Staples, Drugstore.com, Room & Board, ESPN, Neutrogena, Quicksilver, and Jockey.
• Customer Reviews Solution Leader in the Internet Retailer Top 500 survey, AlwaysOn Top 100 SaaS award winner, JMP Hot 100 award winner and one of 90 Facebook preferred vendors.
• Venture capital backing from Four Rivers Group, Woodside Fund, Menlo Ventures and Tenaya Capital.
• Two patents since 2009 from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (U.S. Patent No. 7,930,363) relating to the method in which it delivers user-generated product reviews to websites globally.

Sales Engineer Intern
We are looking for smart, creative summer interns who enjoy building great ideas. We expect our interns to work on real projects and experience the lifecycle of software sales!

The Sales Engineer Intern is responsible for working with PowerReviews' Sales Engineers and Account Executives to present the technical value of PowerReviews solution. The Intern will engage with prospective customers to learn their business challenges & goals, develop a strategic technical solution, and customize a product demonstration that elicits business value. The Intern's goal is to help the Sales Engineers remove all potential technical roadblocks during the sales cycle. To accomplish this, the Intern must have a strong desire to leverage their technical and business skills, be willing to work quickly to meet short deadlines and enjoy customer interfacing. The position

• Understand the PowerReviews solution and how it integrates into existing E-commerce websites often requiring familiarity with companies hardware, software, networking and security stack
• Participate in product, sales, and procedural training and certification to acquire the knowledge necessary to be effective in the position
• Support the Sales Engineer, assisting them to collect prospective clients requirements, work effectively across multiple departments, build and present customized demonstrations based on requirements

Experience/Skills Required:
• Studies in Computer Science, Software Engineering, MIS or equivalent work experience
• Knowledge of related applications, relational database and web technology
• Basic programming experience in HTML, CSS, javascript and other web based technologies
• Solid oral, written, presentation and interpersonal communication skills
• Ability to work as part of a team to solve technical problems in varied political environments
Thank you.

Business Development Internship - Netvibes, Inc. (financial district)

Netvibes (www.netvibes.com), the leading dashboard publishing platform, is seeking a self-motivated, forward thinking individual to join its US team in an internship capacity to help execute its business goals.

About Netvibes
Founded in 2005, Netvibes delivers secure, personalized workspaces, portals and brand monitoring dashboards for agencies, brands and enterprise. Netvibes' cloud and enterprise solutions transform the intangible real-time web into tangible trends, expert knowledge and business action.

Netvibes' clients include some of the top brands and agencies in the world: Coca-Cola, L'Oreal, Hewlett-Packard, Mars Corp, Orange, Lufthansa, Symantec, AT&T, IAC, IPG, McCann Worldgroup, Weber Shandwick, Digitas, Edelman, Ogilvy PR, Goodby Silverstein, Leo Burnett, Tribal DDB and Y&R.

Netvibes has offices in Paris, France, San Francisco, CA and New York, NY.

- Ability to accomplish stated goals with minimal direction. Highly self directed and motivated.
- A strong interest in building a career in technology and internet fields.
- Strong verbal and written communication and research skills.
- Organized and efficient.
- Pursuit or completion of Bachelors degree from an accredited four-year university.
- Skilled in use of Microsoft Office suite of applications.
- Must provide your own laptop.

The term of the internship will be 3 months. An hourly wage will be paid commensurate upon experience. The intern will be expected to work a minimum of 20 hours per week. Our offices are located in downtown San Francisco.

Interested candidates should submit a brief cover letter outlining their interest and qualifications and resume by email to netvibes.intern@gmail.com.

Take care.

Paid Summer IT Internship (san mateo)

Composite Software is looking for a motivated individual to assist the IT department in various activities this summer. The intern will learn on the job. Familiarity with Linux and Unix experience as well as webpage design is a plus.

If interested send your resume to jobs@compositesw.com. Please include a brief summary that includes your education and your experience with Linux, Unix or webpage design.

Composite Software -- www.compositesw.com

Friday, June 3, 2011

Internship / first job within online advertising (dublin / pleasanton / livermore)

Internship / first job within online advertising -- minimum wage paid
This is a paid internship opportunity / first job opportunity to work with an online advertising agency, See our website here: http://www.trancos.com

We are seeking motivated interns to work with the online marketing team developing publisher relationships. This is an internship with potential to become a full-time position. This is not a summer only position.

In order to qualify for this position, you must be someone who is a motivated worker and enthusiastic about learning. We are looking for someone who enjoys the challenging, unpredictable, and fast-paced atmosphere. This is an opportunity to learn the intricacies of online advertising!!!! Something colleges do not offer!

You must be computer and Internet savvy. Should have knowledge of Excel, Word, and Outlook.
-Up to 40 hours/week
-Must be good with computers
-Highly organized
-Motivated and willing to work hard
Some of the Duties:
-Assistance with market research
- Initiate contact with potential clientele
-Organize data
-Report daily, weekly findings

You will learn a great deal about the online advertising industry. Initial contacts, the sales process, technical aspects of set up, & placement of campaigns
Knowledge/Skills You'll Obtain:
- Online research
-Understanding of Online Marketing
-Understanding of Affiliate Marketing
-Organizational skills
-Telephone skills
-Basic computer skills
-Professional atmosphere

This would be a tremendous experience for anyone interested in working in the Online media business field. We appreciate you looking and please email us at the address linked above with your resume and a brief cover letter.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Summer Engineering Internship (dublin / pleasanton / livermore) J1 Visa jobs

For over 25 years, Adept Technology Inc. has been a leader in intelligent vision-guided industrial robots. We are currently seeking summer interns to help us design, test, and sell the next generation of robotic technology. We are looking for self-motivated individuals with an engineering background who want to work in a small to mid size company. Opportunities for personal career growth are limited only by the hours in the day. Adept offers a dynamic cross-discipline environment where programmers work side-by-side with design engineers to make the world's fastest industrial robots! Summer interns will be put through a technical training program to learn about our automation systems. Adept offers a competitive salary package and is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer.

Positions are available in the following areas:
• Mechanical Engineering • Electrical Engineering • Software Engineering • Systems Engineering • Computer Engineering • Applications Engineering

Please apply online at www.adept.com/company/careers.


Access Program Intern (downtown / civic / van ness)

Our Family Coalition promotes the equality and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer families with children. We foster community leadership in advocacy efforts that promote social justice.

Our Family Coalition's Access Program, a cultural competency program, offers training and technical assistance for health, mental health and social service providers so they are better able to serve LGBTQ headed families with children. Our program also includes our School Advocacy work which works with parents, teachers, administrators and others to create more welcoming schools for the children of LGBTQ headed households, address gender stereotypes, and break down anti-gay bias at an early age. In doing so we hope to help build agencies' and schools' skills in recognizing and confronting any biases or stereotypes agencies might have while providing some basic information about LGBTQ people, our families, and how to help ensure that our children grow up healthy and secure.

The Access Program intern will work closely with the Access Program Training Coordinator. Number of hours and start/end date flexible. Our office is located by Civic Center in San Francisco, easily accessible by public transportation.

• Assist with outreach efforts through media, events, organizations, and coalitions;
• Help design, coordinate, and reproduce outreach and educational materials;
• Provide general administrative support including data entry and research; and
• Assist and support organizational ongoing projects as needed.

• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Comfortable and excited about working with diverse community groups
• Good organization and time-management
• Written and spoken fluency in Spanish a plus
• Embrace OFC's mission and vision
• Be able to work in a small, close-knit team environment.

Interns are accepted on an on-going, as needed basis. Our Family Coalition asks that interns make a commitment of at least 2 month. Please email cover letter explaining why you are interested in working for Our Family Coalition, with resume to internship@ourfamily.org or fax to 415-981-1962.

Take care