Job Openings and Internships
Marketing and Blight Enforcement Intern - City of Bessemer
Duties and Responsibilities: Assist with the initial enacting of the blight ordinance. Ie walking around town and recording all houses that don’t meet the code, writing letters, organizing the meetings with the review committee, creating a calendar for city manager once the intern is gone.
- Photograph our Redevelopment Ready Sites, compile all the lot information, and get it online.
- Assist with the start of our marketing for our town by setting up our Facebook account and compiling information for our website working extensively with the branding committee.
- Photograph our beauty for our online presence and other potential marketing endeavors.
- Develop “Welcome to Bessemer” signs
- Assemble a plan for the beautification on US-2 in 2021.
The City of Bessemer is looking at having a paid intern for up to 13 weeks during the 2017 summer. This position is 40 hours a week with occasional evening meetings. Start and end dates are flexible. Please apply by May 16th, 2017 at 4:00. Please send resume and cover letter to Charly Loper at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in marketing, public administration, community development, photography, or a related field
- Proficient in MS Word
- Strong attention to detail
- Self Started
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Paid Internship is available through the Jackson County Administrator's Office
Jackson County is in search of a student interested in a paid internship position. This internship will be based at the County Tower Building located in downtown Jackson and can accommodate a flexible schedule. The length of the internship will be determined with the candidate. No Benefits. Under the general supervision of the Assistant County Administrator, the Administrator’s Office is accepting applications for the position of an Intern. The scope of the position will be broad to encompass a host of issues and experiences allowing the internship to be tailored to meet the educational objective of the student. Job duties will include data analysis, research, comparison of budget data, and writing of office communications and reports.
Division of Engineering Research – Research Administrator I
Serves as a resource for the College of Engineering for research proposals and budgets; assists in all aspects of the preparation of internally and externally funded research projects; works with Office of Sponsored Programs and Contracts and Grants Administration to carry out aspects of research proposal submission, revision and awards; works with other universities, federal and state governments, foundations, and industries; reviews solicitations and develops grant budgets; reviews proposals to ensure compliance with sponsoring agency regulations and University policies and procedures; develops and coordinates multiple projects with extensive interactions with internal colleges/units and external entities; some post-award accounting support; performs other administrative duties as needed.
NASPAA Internship - Higher Education Policy Intern - Summer 2017
NASPAA is seeking a master’s student in fields such as public policy, public administration, education, or similar for an internship position for approximately 12 weeks during Summer 2017, starting in May or early June. Students in master’s or doctoral programs in related fields are also encouraged to apply. The intern/project assistant position will pay $14-16 per hour, depending on experience and student status, and will be full time (30-35 hrs/week). Fellowship arrangements for doctoral candidates will be considered. The deadline is rolling.
NASPAA Internship - Communications and Outreach Intern - Summer 2017
NASPAA is seeking a master’s student in fields such as public policy, public administration, or similar for an internship position for approximately 12 weeks during Summer 2017, starting in May or early June. Students pursuing graduate degrees in related fields, such as communications, education, assessment, or nonprofit management, are also highly encouraged to apply. The intern/project assistant position will pay $14-16 per hour, depending on experience and student status, and will be full time (30-35 hrs/week). Fellowship arrangements for doctoral candidates will be considered. The deadline is rolling.
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