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Distribution & Logistics InternshipWe are looking for the most talented undergraduate student with a deep interest in the world of retail apparel to join our Distribution & Logistics team for 10 weeks this summer. We will teach you what you need to know about the world of logistics – after all, you’ll be working with the most original and definitive denim brand in the world! In return, you will advise us about your generation and what they are looking for when it comes to how and when you want your clothes. Our program will give you a chance to impact our consumers as well as work on a strategic, critical business initiative that is presented to senior leadership. In addition to day-to-day responsibilities, interns will be exposed to all areas of our business and our brands. To top it off, you get to spend the summer in San Francisco!This internship will offer a unique opportunity, providing learning experiences that just might bring your consumer focus skills to the top of the pack.Position Overview:The Distribution & Logistics team is looking for a talented, driven and highly analytical intern. This role offers the unique opportunity to be a part of the Global Distribution & Logistics Team. She or he must be able to work independently, be comfortable with ambiguity, communicate with and be able to influence employees at all levels of the organization. The successful candidate will be a strong project manager with deep analytical abilities; she/he will be able to dive deep, invent processes to simplify tasks, act like a business owner, have a bias for action and stay focused on delivering results.The nature of the work during the internship will include:Work on the global Distribution & Logistics 5-year strategyResearch external economic and industry trends that will impact distribution, logistics and tradeAnalyze impact of trends to the current Levi Strauss & Co. networkSupport Network Design projectsNetwork OptimizationSpeed to marketInventory Optimization / Safety StockAssists in identifying areas lacking effective procedures, provides analysis, and helps to develop and implement improved processes/controls that are practical to the business purposes of the companyLeverage Excel/VBA/SQL skills to develop process improvementHighlighting and implementing ways to foster innovation within the company.Providing timely insights and support to executives across the company on work streams.Your primary responsibilities may include (but are not limited to): Research, develop and share knowledge of emerging distribution & logistic trends, innovations and companies.Deep dive and evaluate a key strategic initiatives for LS&Co to determine if we should pursue it or not.Requirements for the Internship:Bachelor’s Degree CandidateCurrently enrolled full-time in a top-tier supply chain/logistics/industrial engineering program, with expected graduation in spring/summer 2018.Computer literacy including proficiency with MS Office applications Additional Qualifications:Strong passion for distribution, logistics and innovationStrong interest in the apparel industrySpecific coursework in an area relevant to the internship, or participation in a specific career development programStrong verbal and written communication skills; detail orientated and thoroughAbility to work well with diverse co-workersAbility to proactively seek out new learning opportunities; intellectual curiosity with the proven ability to learn new information quickly Team orientation Ability to work independently Ability to present strong, fact-based points of view Ability to meet deadlines in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment with changing priorities Exceptional problem solving and organizational capabilities High degree of flexibility and initiative with limited direction
The San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board has an opening for a Scientific Aid in the Land Disposal & Waste Containment Unit. The position location is located 1515 Clay Street, Suite 1400, Oakland, CA 94612. Duties: Under the direct supervision of a Senior Engineering Geologist and working under established Board policies and guidelines, the incumbent will assist Board staff in the performance of sub-professional scientific and technical work related to the Board’s water quality programs and oversight of landfills, abandoned mines, and groundwater cleanup cases; assist Board staff with special projects; respond to public and staff inquiries.Minimum Qualifications: Possession of a valid driver license of the appropriate class issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles. Applicants who do not possess the license will be admitted to the examination but must secure the license prior to appointment. and Education: Equivalent to completion of two years of college with a minimum of 10 semester hours in relevant scientific course work, i.e., pest management, environmental studies, entomology, or agricultural sciences.Desirable Qualifications: Familiarity with groundwater behavior and terminology. Computer skills, especially Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, web-based mapping, and GIS programs. Familiarity with statistics and data management.
To apply for this position, please email your resume to email@example.com with the subject line: “Consumer Events Intern – NYT Live”What It’s All About...The NYT LIVE Consumer Events Intern will be part of an entrepreneurial team that is building a new portfolio of world-class live events. Led by senior editors of The New York Times, NYT LIVE consumer events are editorial products – live journalism – and feature the leading influencers of our time.What You’ll Do...The NYT LIVE Consumer Events Intern will be responsible for assisting with the management and execution of consumer events for The New York Times, including but not limited to NYT Film Club and TimesTalks.NYT Film Club-Assist NYT Film Club team with logistics for new film preview screenings and special events, including coordination and set-up with movie studio promotion partners (including confirming any outside security) and staffing will-call table at Manhattan screenings. (Requires evening hours).-Provide administrative support in setting up new film screenings in NYT Film Club database. Serve as point person with OvationTix, our customer care team whose software drives Film Club member reservations and membership sales.-Ability to provide Film Club customer service on site at events as well as responding to Film Club member who email the Film Club with issues/complaints (interacting with customer care team at OvationTix as necessary).-Research and identify new promotional partners and ways to grow Film Club memberships through social media, collaborations with film schools and colleges, etc.-Take lead in creating weekly ad update reports to Film Club sponsor HBO.-Send weekly membership revenue reports to NYT Financial dept.-Take lead in reviewing monthly lists of expiring Film Club memberships and sending out renewal e-mails. Pull weekly lists of new members so that our web manager can send them welcome emails. TimesTalks-Assist with the production for TimesTalks including but not limited to managing logistics, marketing, ticketing and technical aspects.-Assist in drafting weekly TimesTalks newsletter.-Provide administrative support in updating content for TimesTalks.com and setting up new events on OvationTix.com.-Promote past and upcoming events on TimesTalks social media accounts.-Provide on-site support at TimesTalks events. -Assist with the management of the TimesTalks video library and online video channels.Recommended skills/characteristics include the following:-Some prior event planning or marketing experience as well as interest in film and the arts.-Organization, attention to detail and creativity.-Ability to juggle several projects simultaneously.-Ability to communicate effectively, both verbal and written communications.-Ability to work well with all types of people in a team environment.-Ability to trouble-shoot and resolve problems on-site; good customer service skills.-Ability to lift to boxes and signage.-A sense of humor.The Gritty Details…-This is a paid 10 week internship-Start date is early June to mid August-Location is The New York Times headquarters in midtown ManhattanIt’s The New York Times!You’ll love interning at The New York Times! It’s a unique opportunity to work at a historic and innovative global media organization dedicated to enhancing society by creating, collecting and distributing high-quality news and information. Our amazing journalists create enough original content on a daily basis to roughly equal a Harry Potter novel! But besides all that, it’s fun! NYT interns benefit from great pay, great perks and amazing networking. Your work will have direct impact and you might even meet a celebrity or two!The New York Times Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of an individual's sex, age, race, color, creed, national origin, alienage, religion, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation or affectional preference, gender identity and expression, disability, genetic trait or predisposition, carrier status, citizenship, veteran or military status and other personal characteristics protected by law. All applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to legally protected characteristics.
About FCA: Foundation for Contemporary Arts (FCA) is a non-profit arts organization founded in 1963 by Jasper Johns and John Cage. Its mission is to encourage, sponsor, and promote contemporary visual and performing arts. Through a nomination process, artists working in dance, music, performance art/theater, and the visual arts are awarded unrestricted grants for projects of their own choosing. Grantees are chosen based on the merit and inventiveness of their work and the effect such recognition and support might have on their careers. A fund is also maintained to assist artists with emergencies and unexpected opportunities related to their work. Since FCA’s inception, hundreds of grants to artists and arts organizations have provided opportunities for creative exploration and development. FCA raises funds through the sale of artwork donated by visual artists for periodic benefit exhibitions as well as through contributions from individuals and foundations. Job Description: FCA is currently seeking an intern to work in Development for the summer. FCA is pleased to offer a stipend to summer interns. This is a special opportunity to have an in-depth and hands-on experience in a small but prestigious arts organization. The Development Intern works closely with the Foundation’s Associate Director to complete tasks related to FCA’s fund-raising efforts and external communications. Day-to-day activities will include both project-driven and administrative work, including: fundraising research, planning events, correspondence with current and potential funders, drafting request letters, database and other record management, mailings, special event coordination, social media, and email marketing. This internship position will be 5 days a week. Qualifications: Applicants should be mature, responsible, and detail-oriented, with solid computer skills. Knowledge of Photoshop, InDesign, and Excel is a plus. Knowledge of contemporary visual art, dance, and/or music is useful, although not essential. Applicants should be well spoken, have a pleasant phone manner, and be comfortable making phone inquiries and conducting research.
Program Description Designed for students and recent graduates with a demonstrated interest in international affairs, the Pacific Council Junior Fellows Program is an opportunity for individuals of junior professional background to gain experience in international relations through a member-based non-profit. Individuals selected will complete projects in the departments of Event Programming, Membership, Communications, Trips, and Development. Tasks will include but are not limited to: assistance with event programming, logistics, writing, editing, research, membership administration, and general administrative assistance. Positions are open in the following departments: TripsEventsMembershipDevelopmentCommunications Eligibility Eligible candidates must be in their junior or senior level of undergraduate courses, a graduate student, or a recent graduate of either with a degree in international relations or related subjects; must have a strong academic record; and must be eligible to work at least 15 hours a week in the Pacific Council office in downtown Los Angeles – days are flexible. Candidates should have prior experience in a professional office setting, excellent written, oral communication and computer skills, strong attention to detail, resourcefulness and creativity, and the capacity to balance and efficiently prioritize a range of responsibilities. Interest in international policy and a commitment to the Pacific Council’s mission is critical.Compensation The Jr. Fellows program is unpaid, however a small stipend will be awarded at the end of the term. Application & Submissions Applications must be submitted Friday, May 12. Candidates identified as finalists will be notified and interviewed by telephone or in person from May 15-18. Positions will be extended no later than May 19. The Summer 2017 Junior Fellows program will begin May 22 and run through August 25. No applications will be considered complete until the following items are received by the Pacific Council: cover letter; current resume; completed Jr. Fellows application, and a brief writing sample. When all four documents are compiled, the complete package should be sent in one email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading "[Last Name], [First Name]: [Term] Jr. Fellowship Application”. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. No phone calls or drop-ins, please.To apply, please visit https://www.pacificcouncil.org/get-involved/work-with-us/junior-fellows for more information and to download the application.
Position Overview: This individual will work closely with HRF’s Development Specialist and Communications Specialist on media relations, fundraising, and marketing projects. Applicants will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and start and end times for the internship are flexible. Tasks include helping to organize HRF events; assisting with donor outreach; researching prospective supporters; assisting with preparations for the New York Freedom Forum; updating internal databases; researching, drafting, and editing communications; and working on our social media platforms. Qualifications: The ideal candidate should be a self-motivated college student or recent graduate passionate about defending human rights globally and possessing excellent writing, research, and communication skills. This position is for someone who would like to learn multiple aspects of working for a human rights nonprofit. Sound judgment, focus, organization, an ability to work under pressure, and a sense of humor are imperative. Fluency in a foreign language and graphic design skills are beneficial but not required.
The Cal Athletics Fund is the fundraising and alumni relations arm of Cal Athletics, UC Berkeley’s Intercollegiate Athletics Department. To learn more about the Cal Athletics Fund, please visit CalAthleticsFund.com. You can also learn more about Cal Athletics at CalBears.com. Working under general supervision, the Cal Athletics Fund Student-Intern will assist the Cal Athletics Fund staff with fundraising efforts for Cal’s 30 NCAA Division I athletics programs. Duties include assisting donors on the phone and in person with donors’ questions and needs, supporting the Cal Athletics Fund staff and Premium Seating team with donor and season-ticket holder hospitality on football game days, and executing selected Annual Giving, Alumni Relations, Events and Stewardship projects.Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Preparing and executing mass mailingsAnswering donor questions and facilitating resolution of donation questions and problemsCollecting and processing donationsSupporting the Cal Athletics Fund staff and the Cal Athletics Premium Sales Team on football game days with donor and season-ticket holder hospitalityMaintaining absolute confidentiality related to donor, season-ticket holder, student-athlete and general Cal Athletics-related informationMaking direct phone calls to either acknowledge donors for their gifts to Cal Athletics or to solicit donations from selected groupsWriting solicitation and acknowledgement lettersOther projects as assigned by manager Required Qualifications Excellent computer skills including Word, Excel, and complex databasesExcellent customer service skills, including over the telephoneExcellent problem-solving skills as well as a demonstrated ability to follow-through and complete tasks in a self-driven, efficient and professional mannerDemonstrates outstanding attention to detailConsistently displays timeliness and professionalismAbility to perform multiple and variable tasks in a high-paced environmentAbility to communicate verbally and in writing at a high levelAbility to work on Saturdays and week-day evenings if required for Cal football game days and special eventsMust be a current UC Berkeley student able to work 6-15 hours per weekPreferred Qualifications Prior experience working in a professional office environmentPrior customer service experienceAbility to begin work in Summer 2017Genuine interest in furthering the mission of Cal Athletics: to support the well-rounded development of Cal’s 875 student-athletes athletically, academically and personallyGenuine interest in philanthropy, alumni relations and intercollegiate athleticsWorking knowledge of the mission, goals, achievements and infrastructure of the University of California, Berkeley as well as the Cal Athletics Department
Merchandising Intern DepartmentMerchandising and Product Development for Women’s RTW collection and other areas.The merchandising internship offers undergraduate students the opportunity to gain exposure and learnabout the luxury market and brand management from within a luxury brand.Student MUST be able to receive credit for this internship.
Data Analyst Intern ACLIVITI, LLC ACLIVITI is seeking an exceptional, competitive individual to become a key member of our team. An ambitious and motivated intern will take the reigns on a project that will streamline ACLIVITI’s consulting process. This will be an engaging and dynamic role with insight into the operations of an IT consulting startup working with Fortune 1000 companies. We are: · A fast-growing, profitable IT professional services firm headquartered in Chicago · Experts in helping clients find cloud-based, managed IT solutions that save money and solve problems · Highly entrepreneurial and passionately focused on solving client issues and building relationships · A close-knit, professional, fun, hardworking team dedicated to continuous improvement Our Clients Are: · Global $1-$10B annual revenue companies committed to managing their IT organization as a successful, customer-focused business · Interested in as a better approach to making decisions and maximizing IT spend and technology value across their organizations · Diverse - Relationships and engagements are established at the CIO, CFO, and COO level, but our team works with everyone involved in making large transformational IT decisions – VP, Director, and Manager within IT, Business Unit Owners, Procurement, IT Finance and Legal. To be successful, you will: · Be working with database software to create an index of vendor feature capabilities and pricing · Gain experience and skills in client management, create consulting deliverables, and financial business cases · Work with enterprise-class vendors in the telecommunication cloud service space · Be accountable for the success and execution of projects Expected Time Allocation · 12 week program at 20 hours a week You Are: · Skilled in Excel and database software · Comfortable communicating through a variety of mediums with many different audiences and objectives · Anticipating and solving complex problems – individually, internally, and with client teams · An organized self-starter who is always eager to learn something new · Comfortable adapting to new situations and solving new problems with the pace and occasional ambiguity that occurs in fast growing startups · A positive force who enjoys working closely with new people and exploring new ideas · Driven by seeing your work have a direct impact · Accountable for your work and actions · Inspired by client and team success Ideally, you also are: · A Junior or Senior working towards a Bachelor’s degree or higher · Have experience in or around Enterprise IT · Interested in culture, sports, music, extreme adventure, travel, health, and community service · Maintain a leadership position in an extracurricular activity that interests you · Excited by the prospect of helping to grow and shape a young, successful company · Actively seeking ways to increase efficiency and productivity of existing processes
J-PAL North America is recruiting a Health Policy Intern to contribute to its U.S. Health Care Delivery Initiative, which seeks to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the United States health care system, with a particular emphasis on improving the health outcomes of disadvantaged populations. The internship is based at MIT in Cambridge, MA. This is a paid, full-time position (40 hours per week) during the summer of 2017. Start and end dates are flexible. We ask for a ten-week commitment at minimum and are open to candidates beginning on a part-time basis before the summer.The U.S. Health Care Delivery Initiative supports the rigorous evaluation of promising policies and programs and will leverage the results of these studies to inform important policy debates and support the scale-up of effective programs.Responsibilities:The Health Policy Intern will support the U.S. Health Care Delivery Initiative in:Evaluation: Explore policies and programs that might benefit from and be well-suited for rigorous evaluation. Conduct background research and assist with obtaining access to administrative data, applying for IRB approval, and other evaluation tasks.Communications: Draft policy-oriented summaries of specific studies related to health care delivery; draft posts on J-PAL North America’s Twitter feed, Facebook page, and blog related to the initiative. Create guides, documents, and presentations on research processes and methods that can serve as resources for policymakers and implementing partners who are beginning to work on randomized evaluations.Outreach: Assist with strategizing and executing outreach activities, including outreach to governments and other health care organizations.Event Planning: Assist with initiative events designed to bring policymakers, practitioners, and researchers together to spur new research collaborations and share policy lessons from completed research.Miscellaneous: Any other tasks as needed.Qualifications:Your strong communication and organizational skills, as well as your interest in health care policy and public health, make you an ideal candidate for a Health Policy Intern.Education: You have received high grades in your coursework, which reflects your knowledge of public health and quantitative methods;Experience and Interest: Your strong interest in health policy has been demonstrated through coursework and previous work experience;Communication: Your strong communication and writing skills help you author clear and concise documents and strengthen relationships with key stakeholders;Organization: Your robust organizational capacity and attention to detail enable you to effectively coordinate events, manage projects, and meet deadlines; andAttitude: You are willing to work hard, are excited to learn, and enthusiastically take on a broad range of assignments.Transportation: This position is located next to the Kendall Square T station. Pay parking is available near the building, but is fairly expensive. There are also bike racks located across the street from the office.Special Note: This position is not eligible for any type of Visa sponsorship through MIT/J-PAL. Ready to join a team of supportive, engaging, and fun colleagues? Apply now.To apply, please complete the following application steps:(1) Complete a very brief application form here;(2) Attach the following documents in a single PDF with the filename “Firstname_Lastname_HealthPolicyIntern_Summer 2017” and email them to Anna Spier at email@example.com with the subject line “Health Policy Intern Application (Summer 2017):”One-page cover letter addressed to Anna Spier describing your qualifications for the Health Policy Intern position and availability during the summer;Curriculum vitae or resume (no more than 2 pages);Transcripts of your undergraduate and graduate courses (unofficial transcripts accepted).We will begin reviewing applications on a rolling basis as we receive them. Short-listed applicants will be asked to complete a writing exercise and may subsequently be contacted for a phone or in-person interview.
WHAT YOU’LL DOHelp build and execute our go to marketing and growth strategyWork with industry leading brand partners in sports, entertainment, nightlife, festivals and eventsGather and present user feedback that will help drive product decisionsPerform industry and market level research and present findings on a routine basisQuality Assurance (making our product better)Miscellaneous clerical and general tasksWHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR Someone who is passionate, dedicated, hardworking and HIGHLY SOCIABLEA leader amongst their social circle who is at the forefront of “what’s trending”Strong interest in social mediaPassion for entertainment, events and nightlifeInterest in business side of social media and the community we are buildingAn interest in consumer tech products Undergraduate (entering their Junior or Senior year) or Graduate studentWHAT YOU’LL GETCompetitive compensation or college creditsTrue startup experience with a small, strong and passionate teamOpportunity to work with unparalleled team of investors, advisors and entrepreneursAn incredible opportunity to contribute, learn, and be a part of something special
This internship offers an introduction to a career in publishing from the point of view of key departments including Editorial, Marketing, Sales, Operations, and Data Management. As an intern, you will be exposed to the process of submitting manuscripts, planning marketing events, analyzing data and much more. While you will be expected to perform daily administrative tasks, you will also assist in small-medium sized projects within each of these key departments.Specific duties include but may not be limited to: Conduct and organize market research for staff in the Americas Assist with planning for upcoming conferences Assist with Editorial projects such as cover briefings, transmittals, and final edits Assist Sales with customer communication and market feedback Upload journal manuscripts Investigate stock discrepancies between our German and US book warehouses Assist with day to day office management tasksThe successful applicant will have the following qualifications: Familiarity with MS Word, Excel and Outlook Strong attention to detail Interest in a career in publishing Very task-oriented Ability to meet deadlines and complete projects Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong organizational skillsWhat you will learn: How to work with various publishing-related programs across departments The Editorial process from submitting a manuscript to publication date Sales and Marketing strategies as related to academic publishing How an international publishing organization in the financial district of Boston operatesThis is a paid internship offering competitive wages. The intern will ultimately report to the Office HR Manager, but will be supervised by the department head that the intern is working for at the time. This position can be full or part time.Please send your CV and a cover letter including the reference number 17037INC to Lindsey Griffith, Manager HR (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please also include your earliest possible start date.
Roku is the leading streaming device. Advertising is the fastest growing part of Roku’s business, consisting of two areas: 1) helping content creators grow viewership and monetize their channels and 2) selling targeted video advertising within streaming channels on the Roku platform. Roku is looking for an Ad Research & Insights Intern to support the Ad Research team (based in NYC). Reporting to the Head of Ad Research, and backed by Consumer Insights team, you will play an integral in winning new business and measuring campaign results.Key Responsibilities Demonstrate the quantitative effectiveness of over-the-top video advertising Proactively identify stories that the Roku ad sales team needs to tell to win new/repeat business and establish best approach for convincingly creating each narrative. This can include investigating, evaluating, and commissioning internal and external solutions; designing or consulting on methodologies; developing questionnaires; analyzing results; and distributing findings in conjunction with the ad sales marketing and/or PR teams. Seek out and synthesize relevant third-party research, distributing POVs internally and externally as appropriate. Partner with ad sales marketing & PR teams to produce “thought leadership” content -- such as infographics, blog posts, and one-sheets -- on a quarterly basis. Capstone Project: Lead the integration/rollout of one new measurement partnership and/or thought leadership studyExperience/Qualifications: Excellent written and presentation skills Proven success managing multiple projects at a time in a fast-paced and intense, results-oriented environment Enthusiastic about entertainment, keen on the hottest shows and movies, and is familiar with streaming Collaborative and team-oriented work approach with the ability to gain consensus between stakeholders and functional teams Ability to both collaborate on a team and work independently Excellent presentation development skills using: Excel, PowerPoint, Tableau, and Box to track, communicate, report, and manage projects SQL, R and Python experience is a plus, but not required Self-motivated individual who takes ownership; positive, practical, non-politicalCharacteristics of success at Roku, Inc.:Self-motivated individual who takes ownershipPositive attitudeNon politicalResults orientedPracticalHands on and team orientationDesire to win in a highly competitive industry
Global Management Trainee Summer Intern Program Overview At AB InBev, we believe in investing in our future leaders today. The Global Management Trainee summer intern program is an intensive 2-month internship program which attracts the brightest, most driven students and nurtures their talent by giving relevant experiences right from the start. Our goal is to find people who can take on challenging positions early on in their career and who have the potential to be our GMTs and further become our future leaders. We achieve this by putting the summer interns into business projects, where they will gain insight into the real business. Who Are We Looking For • Bachelor or master candidates to be graduated in 2018. • Fluent mandarin and proficient English. • Strong analytical skills. • Ambitious and self-driven. • Adaptive, comfortable with ambiguity. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office. • Available in July and August.
About Tesla Tesla’s goal is to accelerate the world’s transition to electric mobility with a full range of increasingly affordable electric cars. California-based Tesla designs and manufactures EVs, as well as EV powertrain components for partners such as Toyota and Daimler. Model S is the world’s first premium sedan to be engineered from the ground up as an electric vehicle. Model S was named Motor Trend’s prestigious 2013 Car of the Year, achieved the best safety score of any car ever tested by the NHTSA, and Consumer Reports is calling it the best car it has ever tested. Tesla Motors is committed to hiring and developing top talent from across the world for any given discipline. Our world-class teams operate with a non-conventional automotive product development philosophy of high inter-disciplinary collaboration, flat organizational structure, and technical contribution at all levels. You will be expected to challenge and to be challenged, to create, and to innovate. These jobs are not for everyone, you must have a genuine passion for producing the best vehicles in the world. Without passion, you will find what we're trying to do too difficult. The Role This person will work with Tesla’s engineering teams to create and refine diagnostic procedures and documentation for use by non-engineers. They’ll improve editorial and visual standards for documentation and recommend new designs, layouts and formatting as needed. Responsibilities: · Create and update diagnostic information and procedures contained in the diagnostics database. · Follow up with various engineering and quality teams to gather technical information. · Understand problems and communicate them effectively. · Validate information for accuracy, and use a routing and review process for document approval. · Analyze available data to create and maintain concise, effective relationships between content. Requirements: · Working towards Bachelor’s degree, preferably in English, Engineering, or Computer Science. · Must be able to edit and create documentation that is accurate, complete, clear, specific, and as concise as possible. · Excellent application of best practices in writing and documentation; accurate spelling and grammar are a must. · Experience with various communications media and advanced formatting and presentation skills. · Experience in automotive repair or automotive engineering (design or testing) preferred but not required. · Must be able to extract and comprehend system operation from typical engineering documentation from both a software and mechanical perspective. (schematics and subsystem specification docs) · High level of interpersonal communication skills. · Ability to collaborate in a team environment. · Pro-active team player who thinks ahead, plans, and suggests solutions. · Good problem-solving skills. · Positive attitude toward change and inevitable mid-project course corrections. · Strong capacity for both logical and creative thinking. · Must be organized, detail-oriented, able to multi-task, and evaluate priorities. · Self-directed and able to work independently with minimal supervision. Tesla is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law.
Seeking a motivated student who wishes to spend a year working and learning in a medical office practice. This is a paid internship ideal for a recent college grad who wants to obtain hands-on experience in medicine or the business side of health care. It is also excellent for someone who is interested in a career working in medical office administration. By the end of the year, the intern will be comfortable with the essentials of an office practice, including authorizations, checking in/out, taking medical histories, rooming patients, and doing in-office scans and photographs. He/she will also learn about the eye, the various conditions and diseases that can affect it, and treatments. Marketing and entrepreneurship strategies and skills will be discussed.
The Jewish Federations of North AmericaWashington, DCSummer Internship OpportunityThe Washington office of one of the premier American Jewish non-profits is seeking summer interns who are looking to combine their interests in Jewish communal work and national politics.The JFNA Washington Office is the policy arm of JFNA, bringing the voice of 148 Jewish community federations and over 300 independent Jewish communities throughout North America to Capitol Hill and the Administration as a prominent force in policy decision-making. Collectively among the top 10 charities in the world, JFNA secures and manages $16 billion in endowment assets. Each year, JFNA raises over $900 million through the Annual Campaign and emergency campaigns, and distributes over $2 billion from our foundations and endowments. JFNA’s legislative agenda focuses on a variety of issues that includes, but is not limited to, bolstering retirement and aging health policies; protecting programs for vulnerable populations, such as domestic violence victims, human trafficking victims, people with disabilities, refugees, and low income families; safeguarding non-profits from terrorism; and more.JFNA interns will have the unique and unparalleled opportunity to work on a wide range of social service focused public policy issues. Through this internship, interns will learn innovative approaches to stimulate community interest by organizing and informing local grassroots networks of Jewish federations and affiliated social service agencies. The day-to-day responsibilities of a JFNA internship includes, but is not limited to, attending congressional hearings, taking part in advocacy/leadership training days, compiling and analyzing surveys, and researching and writing on a variety of existing and proposed policies.Summer internships are full-time, and interns are offered a stipend. In lieu of a stipend, we also offer college credit if allowed by an individual’s university/college.
The intern will work on projects on nanotube synthesis and characterization, and obtain knowledge that is useful to optimize controlled drug release. Our ideal intern can contribute to solving technical problems and have the self-sufficiency to plan and carry out tasks with appropriate oversight from a mentor and to contribute to our company as a whole. Necessary skills College student or graduate student. Solid foundation of undergraduate-level chemistry, physics and mathematics. Excellent lab skills. Excellent data analysis skills. Excellent attention to detail. Good communication and documentation. Analytical troubleshooting skills. Flexibility. Eligibility to legally work in the United States. Preferred skills and experiences Successful problem solving in research and development. Ability to effectively apply scientific and engineering knowledge to solving non-conventional technical problems. Ability to build and optimize experimental setup by using mechanical, electronics and software development hands-on skills. Preferred degree areas: Material Science and Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, Applied Physics or other related fields. Advanced programming skills in Python or Matlab. Knowledge of electrochemistry, solid-state physics, inorganic chemistry, or fluid mechanics is a plus. Paid internship.Work in a collaborative, learning environment with cutting edge technology, research and development.