Featured Part Time Jobs (updated 6/10/15)

Job Title: Bilingual Client Relations Associate
SeaWork Job ID 43079
Organization: logo
Linked Contact: Katrina V
Wage/Salary: $12 and up/hour based on experience + Benefits Included
Job Description: We are currently seeking bilingual professional individuals with excellent verbal and written communication skills to provide assistance to customers in our inbound service center. The perfect candidate is self-motivated and outgoing with a positive attitude.

We specialize in training our candidates with these characteristics to take on an important role as a client relations associate. When representing an important company like ours, it is a priority for our team to provide the best customer service and to build and maintain excellent customer relations.

Responsibilities include:
Respond to customer requests in an inbound service center.
Researching, locating and providing desired information to the caller.
Multiple, detail-oriented processing and forwarding of documents.
Reporting all cases and escalated requests to supervisors on duty.
Qualifications: Skills and Qualifications:
Prefer at least 1 year experience with customer service.
Keyboard and computer skills - Working knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office.
Must be reliable and have a positive attitude.

Thorough background check and drug testing is mandatory.
Application Instructions: If you believe to be correct candidate please send your resume to resume@computersoft.net
Job Title: Summer Activity Fun Person
SeaWork Job ID 45128
Organization: poster
Johnson, Maryemily
Linked Contact: Maryemily Pitt
Work Schedule 10.30 to 6 M-F week on week off between Start and End Date
Wage/Salary: 10.00
Job Description: Come to house at 10:30 till 5:30 M-F to have fun doing outside activities:
Must love to be busy and play outside Sailing, Surfing, Kayak, Salt & Fresh H20 Fishing, Beach, Poolside, Biking, Soccer, LAX, Art, Music, until I until I come home from work 5:30pm.
Love of all kinds of animals a plus LOVE OF CHILDREN a must!
Qualifications: Clean Driving record
Must love to be busy and play outside Sailing, Surfing, Kayak, Salt & Fresh H20 Fishing, Beach, Poolside, Biking, Soccer, LAX,
Application Instructions:

Submit resume and one teacher, one personal and two buisiness/employer references


Job Title:

Retail Help

SeaWork Job ID 44750
Organization: logo
The Veggie Wagon
Linked Contact: April Sussman
Wage/Salary: 14.00/hr
Job Description:

he Veggie Wagon in Carolina Beach is expanding again. We are looking for someone to work in our retail store. Above 21 is a must for working in retail as we deal with beer and wine. We are a local high end food store focusing on local ingredients from local farmers, so a basic knowledge of cooking is required. Retail hours include nights (until 8-9) and weekends.

Qualifications: We work very hard here and expect the same of our staff. We expect simple things, like you to show up on time, have a solid work history and ethic, have or had good grades, and have customer service skills. If you have issues with any of these please do not apply.
Application Instructions:

Please respond to this post or send an email to april@theveggiewagon.com

Featured Full Time Jobs

Job Title: Assistant Editor
SeaWork Job ID 45861
Organization: store front
Oxford University Press
Linked Contact: RelinkHuman Resources
Job Description: We are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Assistant Editor to join our team. This individual will manage a list of article-based digital reference titles in a variety of disciplines and provide support to a team of development editors. The right candidate will ensure quality and timely publishing through the careful management of content development for a live online publishing project. The Assistant Editor will work closely with editors in chief, editorial boards, authors, and internal colleagues, including commissioning editors, production editors, and marketing managers. The Assistant Editor will also be involved in overseeing the editorial development procedures.

Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Work with OUP commissioning editors, editors in chief, and editorial boards to create and execute publishing plans for digital titles;
• Establish, maintain, and frequently update project files and records
• Recruit authors to write for publishing projects based on internal and external recommendations from subject editors;
• Correspond with authors and editors to ensure timely delivery of quality articles;
• Provide a basic review and edit of articles and other textual and image content to ensure quality;
• Oversee the peer-review process for articles, which includes commissioning reviewers and trafficking comments back to authors and board members;
• Recruit new editorial board members as needed, based on recommendations from internal and external subject editors;
• Review and correct XML as needed;
• Hand over final peer-reviewed articles and supporting materials to the production team, and work closely with colleagues in production to ensure smooth and on-schedule publication;
• Coordinate with marketing and sales teams on promoting and selling titles;
• Provide general administrative support as needed
Qualifications: 1 year of editorial experience, preferably in academic publishing, or comparable experience; intense attention to and appreciation for detail and deadlines; experience managing large-scale, multi-faceted publishing projects; the ability to manage time effectively; an understanding of the difference between online and print publishing; the ability to communicate clearly and effectively in writing and verbally; a demonstrated comfort working and corresponding with senior-level academics and other specialized authors; the ability to work as part of a team and to lead a team when asked. The right candidate will be skilled in working in databases and spreadsheets, eager to solve problems, and unafraid to ask questions. An understanding of how to read and analyze workflows is a plus, as is an understanding of the role of XML and metadata in digital publishing. 4-year degree required; advanced degree a plus.

OUP USA is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer (minorities/women/disabled/veterans).
EEO is the Law.
Application Instructions:


Job Title: Master Control Operator
SeaWork Job ID 45807
Organization: logo
WCTI News Channel 12
Job Description:

WCTI-TV and WFXI/WYDO-TV are seeking a Master Control Operator. Job duties include, but are not limited to: running automated master control and recording satellite feeds, working with multiple broadcast specific computers that are related to programming.


The applicant should also be versed in the understanding of computers, and be capable of learning different and evolving systems that are part of the broadcast systems.
Work will include working holidays and during special situations like severe weather, breaking news, etc. The shift work will vary from overnights, mornings, evenings and weekends.
Additional Information:
Bonten Media Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in

Application Instructions: Send resume to:

Operations Manager,
225 Glenburnie Dr.,
New Bern, NC 28560
or e-mail to:
Job Title: Customer Service / Inside Sales
SeaWork Job ID 45774
Organization: logo
Sound Medical
Contact: Read Patterson
Work Schedule : 8am - 5pm
Wage/Salary: negotiable
Job Description: Sound Medical is seeking a motivated individual for its Inside Sales / Customer Service team. Sound Medical serves the US and Canada markets, and is growing rapidly. This role will be instrumental to the execution of our growth strategy. This person will be responsible for all aspects of making sure our customers have an excellent experience, including, speaking with customers, selling products to customers, recommending products to customers, processing returns, entering orders, managing accounts within the ERP applications, working with Excel files, creating quotes, researching issues, helping manage relationships, and various other tasks.
Qualifications: The #1 qualification is DRIVE. Sound Medical is a start-up company and has grown VERY RAPIDLY. Because of that, the people that thrive in our environment are those that are SELF-STARTERS. We are looking for people who will learn quickly, can work independently, who are smart, who can envision processes from end-to-end, and who can generally "make things happen"! THE PACE IS VERY, VERY FAST. BUT IT IS REWARDING. And there is great potential because we are taking this company to the moon!
Application Instructions:

Please email resumes to accounting@sound-medical.com

Featured Internships

Job Title: Sales Intern
SeaWork Job ID 45777
Organization: logo
Castle Branch Inc
Linked Contact: Sam Mitchell
Work Schedule: 10 hours
Wage/Salary: $8.00
Job Description: Initiate and receive calls from clients and prospects. Communicate, both written and orally, in an accurate and concise manner with co-workers to ensure proper account set-up, maintenance and client relationship. Maintain a high energy level and positive attitude when communicating with clients, prospects and co- workers. Remain focused and adhere to priorities of the position regarding target lists, special projects and deadlines.
Qualifications: High School or equivalent, Strong working computer knowledge including working with spreadsheets, business communication and data management systems
Application Instructions:

Please submit resumes to: resume-hr@castlebranch.com

Job Title: Youth Program Coordinator
SeaWork Job ID 45733
Organization: logo
Habitat For Humanity International
Linked Contact: Human Resources
Job Description: Habitat for Humanity of Durham (North Carolina) is seeking a motivated and talented individual to serve as Youth Program Coordinator for 12hrs/week, Aug. 26 to Nov. 21, 2015. Possibility to extend to spring, based on performance.

The All-Inclusive Habitat Youth Program offers weekly Saturday program for youth ages 6-15 to be actively engaged in the Habitat mission, while their parents (volunteers and homebuyers) build on nearby construction sites. The program teaches youth about Habitat and offers them an opportunity to engage in service projects, learn new skills, and connect with youth from different backgrounds.

The Youth Program Coordinator will plan and implement weekly programming for 10 consecutive Saturdays, Sept-Nov. They will manage relationships with local partners and maintain communication with Habitat partner families. Saturday availability (8am-4pm) is a must. Additional four hours of work may be completed in the Habitat office or remotely on a flexible schedule. This position reports to the Volunteer Manager.

- Plan activities and projects to engage youth in service, relationship-building, and new skills
- Maintain regular communication with existing and new community partners who can provide programming, space, service opportunities, and materials
- Maintain regular communication with Habitat volunteer and homebuyer families regarding program registration, waivers, transportation, and parent volunteer opportunities
- Maintain an active record of youth participation
- Collect and prepare materials for each Saturday program
- Arrive early to each program to set up and greet participants
- Support/facilitate activities that teach the value of service and encourage relationship-building among all participants
- Maintain a safe and respectful environment for all participants and program partners
- Clean up and conduct weekly post-program follow-up
- Conduct program evaluation at the end of the fall session, including recommendations for program advancement
Qualifications: REQUIREMENTS:
- Previous experience working with groups of young people in a leadership role is required, in addition to:
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Strong organizational skills
- Previous experience working or volunteering at a community-based non-profit is preferred
- Able to work outside in hot weather
Application Instructions:

How to apply
Send cover letter and resume to Anna Benfield, Volunteer Manager abenfield@durhamhabitat.org

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled

Job Title: Grant Support Intern (Fall 2015)
SeaWork Job ID 45398
Organization: logo
U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI)
Contact RelinkHuman Resources
• Part-time (20-30 hrs. per week): up to $160 stipend per month
• Full-time (30-40): $240 stipend per month
• Local travel expenses to and from the office are also reimbursed, up to a maximum of $20 per day.
Job Description: U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI), a nongovernmental, not-for-profit national organization dedicated to addressing the needs and rights of refugees and immigrants, seeks a Grant Support Intern. One position is available working directly with two Development Associates to provide grant writing assistance and research.

USCRI is dedicated to ensuring a mutually beneficial relationship with its interns. USCRI offers interns a student-friendly environment and flexible schedule. Interns are provided opportunities to learn more about the organization and the non-profit sector and enhance their professional development through weekly Brown Bag presentations and mission-related film screenings.

- Conduct prospect research on foundations and grant-making institutions
- Develop and organize proposal templates
- Research, gather, and update client data across seven offices
- Draft Letters of Inquiry


- Excellent research, writing, and editing skills

- Interest in the field of grant writing, and nonprofit management

- Attention to detail and ability to work independently,

sometimes under demanding deadlines

- Familiarity with data-driven project design methods

- Experience conducting extensive internet-based research,

utilizing government and state census data.

- Strong work ethic and self-motivated

- Graduate students preferred

- Professional demeanor

- Strong organizational skills

- Proficiency in MS Word and Excel

- Passion for refugee and immigrant issues

Internships require a minimum of 20 hours per week (interns

may not work more than 8 hours per day) and a 10-week

commitment. The internship is located at Crystal City-Arlington,

VA, 15 minutes from DC



Students currently enrolled in a university or college who have

completed at least one year of study, recent graduates, or

career changers looking for experience. There is no age limit. I

nternational students are welcome, provided they are already in

the United States, or can obtain their own visas without any

involvement from USCRI.

Application Instructions:

To apply for this internship, please send the following

application materials VIA EMAIL ONLY to

apply-internship@uscridc.org. Specify "Grant Support Intern"

and your name in the subject line of your email. No phone calls


• Resume or C.V.

• Cover letter, stating your interest and qualifications

• 3-5 page grant proposal narrative or otherwise relevant

writing sample

• Two References (names and contact information only)

This internship is offered every spring, summer, and fall

semester. The deadlines for each are as follows:

• Fall: Last day to apply is August 24th, Internship begins in


• Summer: Last day to apply is May 5th, Internship begins in

late May

• Spring: Last day to apply is January 2nd, Internship begins in




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