Job Opportunities for Catawba College Students
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Salisbury Eyecare and Eyewear has an opening for a business and marketing intern that is looking to gain experience in running a small business. This is an immersive experience in human resources, marketing, calculating ROI, and developing passive income strategies. The intern will work closely with the business owner and office manager and gain an understanding of all the varied strengths an entrepreneur must develop in order to run a successful business. All intern applicants must be very detailed oriented and organized while maintaining a high level of self-motivation to complete tasks.The intern will not be required to learn any medical information, but will become familiarized with the business side of a medical practice.
Short term (~1year) business goals are as follows:
1. Hire and train an additional technician
2. Build passive business income via ecommerce
3. Build specialty dry eye center, run ROI analysis on equipment purchases and implement a marketing plan as well as operations plan for the center.
PAID position -minimum wage
I am flexible on hours, will take as many as I can get.
Able to start immediately.
Melanie J Denton OD
Salisbury Eyecare and Eyewear
BSI Solutions, Inc. is a globally organization that specializes in partnering with corporations to meet their staffing needs in the Healthcare space within Charlotte, NC and the surrounding cites
For more information please contact Marnie Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Button Pushers and Clock Punchers need not apply. We are a full-service CPA firm looking for a self-motivated, detail oriented person who gets things done. You will be given responsibilities in an environment that is fast-paced, technology driven, in a constant state of change, with perpetual deadlines and you will be held accountable. People who seek autonomy, aspire to learn/grow, and wish to matter to other small businesses will thrive.
Part-Time, Full-Time the hours are flexible. The responsibilities you are willing to take on will be reflected in the pay. Experience in a professional setting is preferred.
- Client Live Payroll
- Client After-The-Fact Payroll
- Preparation of Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Payroll Reports
- Sales Tax, Property Tax Listings, Workers Comp Audits
- Client Bookkeeping
- Bill Pay
- Individual & Corporate Tax Preparation
- Accounting Debits & Credits
- Payroll Knowledge
- Simple Tax Preparation
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Pay: $18.00 - $30.00 per hour
- Paid Time Off
- Retirement Plan
- Payroll/Bookeeping/Tax Prep: 3 years (Preferred)
- One location
This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:
- Dependable -- more reliable than spontaneous
- People-oriented -- enjoys interacting with people and working on group projects
- Adaptable/flexible -- enjoys doing work that requires frequent shifts in direction
- Detail-oriented -- would rather focus on the details of work than the bigger picture
- Achievement-oriented -- enjoys taking on challenges, even if they might fail
- Autonomous/Independent -- enjoys working with little direction
- Innovative -- prefers working in unconventional ways or on tasks that require creativity
- High stress tolerance -- thrives in a high-pressure environment
This Company Describes Its Culture as:
- Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused
- Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture
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CourtHarbor has immediate openings for two entry level inside sales positions (or one more senior level sales position).
All or Nothing Performance
All or Nothing Performance provides a competitve youth football program for the Rowan County area. Interns will be paired with Seasoned coaches to gain experience, complete AAU certifications, AAU background check and get first hand experience running teams.
As an Event Team Member you will be responsible for all aspects of event planning, marketing, registration, procedures, safety and security for events on local, state and national levels.
As the NCAAU Training Manager you will be responsible for the creation and implimentation of training classes and opportunities for organizations and coaches across the NC Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) enterprise. Focus will be on Business model, For Profit vs. Non Profit, Membership Requirements, Fundraising, Scholarships, AAU benefits to include special benefits in NC, referee and umpire training to name a few.
As a photographer you will be responsible for photography for All or Nothing Performance and the NC Amateur Athletic Union (AAU)
As a NC Amateur Athletic Union (AAU)Assistant Sports Director you will be responsible for the oversight, development and growth of one of the 47 sports offered by AAU. For a detailed list visit aausports.org
Team members will be responsible to create activities and track results for community outreach events perofmed by NC Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) organizations, coaches and athletes
Entry level position to write, submit and track Grants submited by All or Nothing Performance in the support of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU)
The Financial Officer is responsible for all budget support for the Grant Development and Event Teams working for All or Nothing Performance.
As a Graphic Design Specialist you will be responisble for all visual design for the NC Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) in North Carolina. Projects will include web design, event flyers, advertising campaigns, etc..
As part of the Sales and Marketing Team you will create and impliment strategies to grow membership and support for the organizations, coaches and athletes of the NC Amateur Athletic Union. (AAU)
Rob Ramsay (Executive Director)
Middle District of North Carolina
The U.S. Probation Office is a division of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina. It is also part of a network of more than 94 U.S. Probation Offices nationwide, including the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and Guam. This Court has four active Judges, one of whom is the Chief Judge, who are appointed for life by the President of the United States. Additionally, there is one Senior Judge and three full-time Magistrate Judges. It is the Chief Judge who appoints all probation officers employed in the Court. The U.S. Probation Office in the Middle District of North Carolina is comprised of 24 counties, has eight offices, and employs 42 probation officers and 21 support staff. Some of these officers have graduate degrees in social work, counseling, psychology, or a criminal justice related area. Their backgrounds allow us to apply a multitude of resources and techniques in working with offenders. Probation officers in this district supervise over 800 persons living in the Piedmont, NC, area, and furnish the Court with over 400 pretrial and presentence investigations per year. Offenses prosecuted in the U.S. District Court range from petty crimes to major felonies. Defendants can be first time offenders to individuals having extensive criminal records.
This district is offering a hands-on opportunity for students or volunteers. Applicants will come from various regions of the state to participate in our program. Examples of their educational backgrounds include social work, counseling, criminal justice, pre-law and law, government, psychology, political science, and sociology.
Internships are provided for students able to commit to at least one semester term with a minimum of 20 hours per week and who have maintained a 2.0 overall GPA. Only college juniors and seniors, graduate students, and law students will be accepted in the program.
The aim of the program is to provide students and volunteers with a broad range of experiences in probation/supervised release caseloads and service to the Court. It will introduce them to a federal correction agency where they may apply the theories of case management through direct contact with the clients under supervision and interaction with assigned probation officers. The probation office will also benefit from the work performed by the volunteer or intern.
Among the duties and other functions performed by volunteers and student interns will be the following:
- Accompanying the probation officer when conducting home visits, investigations, and other field contacts.
- Assisting in the supervision of probationers and parolees on a regular or informal basis under the direction of the probation officer.
- Attending Court with a probation officer.
- Assisting in the investigation and with the preparation of the presentence report.
- Preparing summaries, petitions, memoranda, and other correspondence under the direction of the probation officer.
- Observing, learning, and utilizing different case management techniques.
- Using and developing community resources as needs dictate.
- Completing a special report (if required by the referring college or university).
- Attending in-house training seminars when appropriate.
The School’s Responsibility
No internship will be successful without coordination between the agency, student, and school. We encourage the student’s advisor to meet with the coordinating probation officer in person at least once each term. During the meeting, the student’s experience and progress will be discussed. This forum should also be used as an opportunity for the school representative to inform us of any problems or changes in the student’s requirements.
Procedures for Acceptance and Training
Applicants may apply by filling out the application below and forwarding the application found on the website to the designated coordinator (see below for a list of coordinators).
Applications must be received 60 days prior to the semester planned for the Intern Program. The most qualified applicants will receive a personal interview with our staff. A background investigation will be conducted, and the student will be notified of his/her acceptance. If accepted, the volunteer or intern will be appointed by the Chief Judge as a non-compensated U.S. Probation Officer or a non-compensated U.S. Probation Officer Assistant, will be subject to the Code of Conduct, and will be required to abide by confidentiality policies.
For more information contact the following coordinating Probation Officers:
Kara Martin, U.S. Probation Officer
101 S. Edgeworth St. Suite R312
Greensboro, NC 27401-2219