Featured Part Time Jobs (updated 3/19/15)

Job Title: Involvement Specialist -on campus
SeaWork Job ID 44485
Organization: logo
No LinkUNCW Campus Life
Linked Contact: Nicole Fedders
Work Schedule Maximum 15 hours a week, average 10 hours a week
Wage/Salary: $7.50
Start Date: August 2015
Job Description: •Welcome and assist visitors to the Campus Activities & Involvement Center (CAIC)
•Be knowledgeable of policies, resources, and campus events in order to assure communication of accurate information. This includes SGA services, student organization related policies, ACE sponsored events and campus events, including the Involvement Carnival and Student Organization Leadership Conference.
•Serve as a liaison between assigned student organizations and the CAIC by maintaining consistent communications, offering services when needed, and submitting regular reports on communications and progress made to the Involvement Center Manager.
•Assist in maintaining the Involvement Center to ensure organization, professionalism, efficiency, and easy access to resources provided by the CAIC.
•Establish and maintain inventories for CAIC office supplies and maintain accurate record of "check-out" items available for student organization use.
•Have knowledge of how to use equipment and supplies within the office to assist student organization representatives with appropriate usage of all materials.
•Be knowledgable when presenting or assisting with re-registration seminars/meetings, Leadership UNCW Workshops, UNI 101 Presentations, or any other assigned presentations.
•Assist with the student organization re-registration process: data entry, ensuring student organization files are current, ensure adherence to university polices, and management of SeaOrg (CAIC’s online management system).
•Assist in providing SGA services including resource check-out and scheduling legal service appointments as well as maintaining confidentiality.
•Work creatively with the team to promote the CAIC to all students by utilizing banner space, bulletin boards, flyers, and tabling opportunities.
•Maintain proper telephone etiquette and basic knowledge of forwarding calls and taking messages.
•Attend and participate at all required training sessions (i.e. in-service training, Campus Life training and service area training).
•Adhere to the Campus Life Student Employee Manual and UNCW’s Code of Student Life.
•Participate in all mandatory area and department student staff meetings and trainings including a New Employee Orientation.
•Maintain a neat and professional appearance during all shifts; a name tag and staff shirt will be provided by Campus Life. (Note specific attire for your area.)
•Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Must be a registered undergraduate or graduate degree-seeking student. Must be involved on campus in either a student organization or another leadership capacity (i.e. Resident Assistant, Seahawk Link, etc.) and must have a minimum 2.5 GPA to be eligible for, and continue, employment with the Involvement Center and Campus Life.
Application Instructions: Please apply online at:
Once you have applied online send a copy of your resume, cover letter, and your current 2015 Fall course schedule to all four of the following e-mail addresses. Please send ONE e-mail and CC all members listed below.
May Rogers: mmr2258@uncw.edu
Sean Connolly: connollys@uncw.edu
Nicole Fedders: feddersn@uncw.edu
Sarah Mayer: snm1387@uncw.edu
Job Title: Student Building Manager - on campus
SeaWork Job ID 44462
Organization: logo
No LinkUNCW Campus Life
Linked Contact: RelinkAnna Waller
Work Schedule Sunday-Saturday 7am-11pm
Wage/Salary: 8.75
Start Date: May 2015
Job Description: A Building Manager is responsible for providing customer service and managing all aspects of Campus Life Facilities (Fisher University Union, Fisher Student Center, Burney Center, Warwick Center, Campus Life Courtyard, and University Commons) on a daily basis. The nature of the Building Manager position requires the individual to be constantly moving through all the facilities as well as visiting and monitoring all events and activities. A successful Building Manager is one who is both physically fit and customer service oriented.
Qualifications: • Must be a registered undergraduate and must have a minimum 2.5 GPA to be eligible for, and continue, employment with Campus Life.
• Must have a flexible schedule to include some mornings, late evenings and/or weekends outside of building hours and/or scheduled shifts, including availability beyond the academic year.
• Ability to lift heavy equipment.
• Strong customer service and communication skills must be applied for both clients and building employees.
Application Instructions: Please submit an application, resume and cover letter to amw7329@uncw.edu by April 10th, 2015
Job Title: Application Developer / DBA
SeaWork Job ID 44464
Organization: logo
No LinkPerformance Culture
Linked Contact: RelinkDallas Romanowski
Work Schedule 20 hours per week
Wage/Salary: $18/hour
Job Description: The application is built on Knackhq.com (a platform as a service) and supports database design for non-programmers. The application also utilizes java script to create customized reports.

The successful candidate must be familiar with database design / architecture and able to create java scripts.

The Internship / Part time position will be compensated $18/hour. The position will likely become full time this summer at a higher compensation level with stock options.
Qualifications: Database Design
Java Script
Application Instructions:

Please send email with qualifications

RelinkDallas Romanowski

Featured Full Time Jobs

Job Title: PHP developer
SeaWork Job ID 44476
Organization: logo
No LinkCape Fear Commerce
Linked Contact: RelinkZach Milne
Job Description: Cape Fear Commerce (http://capefearcommerce.com) is an early-stage funded startup in Wilmington that is all about innovative e-commerce concepts. We are launching several ecommerce businesses as well as building unique and innovative tools to make our marketing more effective and to improve the customer experience. We need a skilled PHP web developer to help with the technical implementation of our projects.
Your responsibility as a PHP developer will include:
• Build custom extensions and modifications to open source shopping carts and CMSs to specifications provided to you
• Implement designs from Photoshop or Illustrator files to create custom themes for the shopping cart
• Setup and maintain subversion for other developers working on the projects.
• Help import product data into shopping cart databases and other duties and tasks as assigned.
Qualifications: Experience and qualifications:
You should have a solid foundation of developing web based applications using PHP, creating extensions for open source CMS and shopping cart software, and be able to implement front-end styling from Photoshop or Illustrator files. In summary, your experience should include:
• Object Oriented programming experience with PHP
• Experience and working knowledge of MVC frameworks
• Front end web development experience with HTML, CSS and JavaScript
• Experience writing SQL queries
Besides the skills and abilities needed for this position, we are looking for a developer who is excited to be a part of the team, likes to have fun, and is willing to work really hard to accomplish great things
Application Instructions:

If this is you, please send your resume to zach@capefearcommerce.com. Don’t forget to tell us a little about yourself!

Job Title: Videographer and Motion graphics designer
SeaWork Job ID 44498
Organization: logo
No LinkPrincipled Technologies, Inc.

Linked Contact: RelinkAshley Daughtry
Wage/Salary: depends on experience
Job Description:

Principled Technologies (PT) is looking for a full-time, experienced videographer and motion graphics designer for our Durham/RTP office. The person we’re seeking is:

• Passionate about telling stories. Our most important goal is to effectively and memorably communicate our clients’ messages to their target audiences.
• A self-starter with the ability to work both individually and collaboratively as part of a team.
• Adept at managing project workflow and resources, including setting priorities while handling multiple projects.
• Highly proficient in Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects.
• Ideally, proficient in Cinema 4D, Photoshop, Illustrator, and DaVinci Resolve, but these skills are not required.
• Someone with an in-depth conceptual and structural understanding of editing and animation.
• Experienced at producing and directing individual video productions.
• Skilled at estimating budget and time for video and animation projects.
• Experienced at managing talent casting.
• Skilled at optimizing the usage of all of a group’s resources, both equipment and personnel.
• Dedicated to fostering a positive team atmosphere and establishing credibility both within the company and externally.
• Someone who continuously explores cutting-edge, current, and unique production processes and procedures.
• Able to provide and receive creative, constructive, and direct on-going feedback in all stages of the production process.

We have lofty goals: We want to produce the best work in the world. If you come onboard, you’ll be signing up for those goals, so you should want to produce work that is great, not just good enough. This job requires strong communication and organization skills, as well as acute attention to detail. We all work together, so you have to be comfortable providing – and receiving – feedback and encouragement to and from other members of the team. (And it’s a big and diverse team, including writers, designers, developers, videographers, photographers, audio engineers, subject matter experts, and more.) We will not relocate candidates for this opening, so you should live in the Triangle area or plan to move here soon.

Who we are

Principled Technologies is the leading technology assessment, fact-based marketing, and learning and development services company. We assess products using both industry-standard tests and our custom methods, and deliver the facts about products through any of a wide variety of media types and outlets.

We offer a flexible working culture designed to cultivate collaboration and encourage the best possible work. We believe that we are better able to meet our clients’ needs when our staff has the freedom of productive and fulfilling work environments. We also offer a full set of world-class benefits, including a unique sabbatical program that encourages employees to give back to the world. We ranked second in the medium business category in the Triangle Business Journal’s 2014 Best Places To Work competition.

Principled Technologies is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) that considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, ethnic origin, national origin, class, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, citizenship, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Application Instructions: To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and portfolio to jobs@principledtechnologies.com.
Job Title: Environmental Specialist III (LabPak Chemist)
SeaWork Job ID 44389
Organization: logo
No LinkStericycle
Linked Contact: RelinkTravis Wilson
Job Description: We are currently seeking a LabPak Field Chemist that works on-site at various locations and performs functions, that applies all applicable federal and state laws and DOT, EPA and DEA regulations: 1) Characterize segregate, package and document various types of retail hazardous and pharmaceutical waste. This position is also responsible for the preparation of all appropriate and required documentation to meet State, EPA, DOT and EPA regulations.
Qualifications: Education equivalent to Bachelor’s Degree or the equivalent in related work experience, two or more years of industry related experience as a lab pack technician, service specialist or driver, or the equivalent in related work experience.

Strongly preferred, but not required a Chemistry, Environmental Science, and/or Life Science Degree.
Application Instructions:


Featured Internships

Job Title: Summer internships
SeaWork Job ID 44488
Organization: logo
No LinkNC Youth Advocacy and Involvement Office
Linked Contact: RelinkStephanie Nantz
Job Description: The Economic and Demographic Analysis Section of the North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management is offering unpaid Summer 2015 internships. More details are available on the NC OSBM webpage here. Please encourage interested students in your program to apply. Note, the application deadline is March 31st, 2015.
Application Instructions:

Stephanie Nantz, MPA • Executive Director
Youth Advocacy and Involvement Office
North Carolina Department of Administration
Phone: 919.807.4400 • Fax: 919.807.4415 • Web: www.ncyaio.com

Job Title: Vector Control Internship
SeaWork Job ID 44399
Organization: logo
No LinkNew Hanover County Department of Human Resources
Linked Contact: RelinkCheryl Knips
Work Schedule: Tuesday at 1 PM-4:30PM and all day Wed, Thursday and Friday (on these days, times can vary depending
Wage/Salary: Unpaid
Start Date: 5/12/2015
End Date: Approximately 10/30/2015
Job Description: Mosquito Control Intern/Laboratory Assistant (VOLUNTEER UNPAID POSITION):
New Hanover County prides itself on being an organization where Customer Service comes first. Our volunteers are essential to our success. We look for individuals with a high regard for customer service, integrity, professionalism, innovation, stewardship and accountability.
Specific duties of the intern include but are not limited to:
• being trained by the Senior Environmental Health Program Specialist in the identification of mosquito species;
• assisting with the identification and enumeration of adult mosquitoes to genus and species collected in CO2 baited CDC light traps;
• assisting with mosquito larval identification;
• preparing and submitting samples for laboratory testing; and,
• entry and comparison of data.
Applicants shall have an interest in working with insects under a microscope and an eagerness to learn about the different mosquito species we have here in New Hanover County.
Qualifications: PREFERRED: Individuals who are receiving a degree in Biology, Entomology, Public Health, or related science field. This is a great opportunity to acquire hands on experience in the field of science and is a good resume builder.
Application Instructions: To apply for this internship, please go to the employment link on the bottom of the nhcgov.com website. The position you will select to apply for is called "Intern".

There is a supplimental question on the application asking if you are specifically applying for the Vector Control Internship, select the answer "Yes" if you are applying for this opportunity.
Job Title: Summer Internship
SeaWork Job ID 44367
Organization: map
No LinkBladen County
Linked Contact: RelinkAmy Pharr
Work Schedule 20 hours
Wage/Salary: $10.00
Start Date: June 15, 2015
End Date: August 07, 2015
Job Description: Student internships are offered in a wide variety of career professions including accounting, information technology, human resources, public administration, and Human Services. THE PAID STUDENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM in Bladen County would offer paid student internships in an effort to provide students from a wide variety of educational disciplines the opportunity to apply traditional academic classroom learning to actual work experience. Paid Student Interns will be expected to agree and adhere to a regular work schedule. Work schedules and hours can be arranged around class schedules. Paid Student Interns will be hired in the Administration office and assigned to work in departments as needs occur. The rate of pay will be $10.00 per hour and the length of the internship will be a 8-week maximum.
Qualifications: To participate in the Bladen County Summer Internship Program, you must: 1). currently be a junior, senior or graduate student enrolled in an accredited college or university. 2). have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.8 and; 3). provide approval for academic credit for internship opportunity.
Application Instructions: The information collected in this application will be kept completely confidential and used only for this program. You need to complete the entire application. AFTER COMPLETING THIS APPLICATION, APPLICANTS MUST MAIL THEIR COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT AND ONE LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION TO: County of Bladen, Attn: Amy Pharr, P.O. Box 1048, Elizabethtown, NC 28337



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