Research Assistant Positions with the Gender Health Equity Lab

The Gender Health Equity Lab is looking for several research assistants.

GHEL Mission: To reduce health disparities among vulnerable individuals who experience structural and syndemic factors that increase HIV/STI risk.


Job Description: Coder

Learning Objectives:

  • Will learn how to code qualitative interviews
  • Will learn how to discuss coding discrepancies with other coders
  • Will become familiar with NVivo software

Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Clean and redact participant interviews
  • Code interviews qualitatively, both independently and in group settings
  • Enter coded data into NVivo, a qualitative coding software
  • *Note interviews often contain sensitive material which may be upsetting to some people

Required Qualifications:

  • Second-year undergraduate student or higher
  • Human Subjects CITI Training Certification
  • Availability to meet with other coders on a biweekly basis
  • Attend at least 50% of biweekly lab meetings per semester

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Strong verbal communication skills
  • Works well in team settings
  • Self-motivated

Expectations

  • Transcripts must always remain in the coder’s possession as they are extremely confidential
  • Once transcripts are coded they must be returned to the GHEL and locked in a filing cabinet
  • Transcripts must be entered into NVivo in the GHEL
  • Once transcripts are entered into NVivo bring them to BEL 718 to be shredded
  • At least one transcript coded every 2 weeks
    • Check in with Heran after each transcript is coded
    • Enter which step of coding stage into Master Task List
    • Questions or falling behind—let Project Coordinator (Heran) know immediately to help or find another coder to help—getting coding done is more important
    • If coding is continually late, you will only be able to code while present in the lab

Job Description: Data Entry

Learning Objectives:

  • Will become familiar with REDCap
  • Will learn the difference between and importance of both qualitative and quantitative data

Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Enter participant data into REDCap
  • Convert qualitative participant data into quantitative data
  • Enter quantified data into Excel

Required Qualifications:

  • Second-year undergraduate student or higher
  • Human Subjects CITI Training Certification
  • Attend at least 50% of biweekly lab meetings per semester

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong reading comprehension skills
  • Works well in team settings
  • Self-motivated

Expectations

  • Data entry must occur in GHEL
  • Data entry from interview must occur within 2 business days after interview

Job Description: Recruiter

Learning Objectives:

  • Will become familiar with local community organizations who serve the study’s target population
  • Will enhance communication skills through networking with communication organizations

Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Post and distribute flyers around the community and in organizations
  • Develop relationships with community organizations on the phone or in-person
  • Find new appropriate areas or organizations to recruit participants

Required Qualifications:

  • Second-year undergraduate student or higher
  • Human Subjects CITI Training Certification
  • Attend at least 50% of biweekly lab meetings per semester
  • Transportation

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Works well in team settings
  • Self-motivated

Expectations

  • Recruiter must go into the field once a week and to different locations each time
  • Keep track of destinations for travel reimbursement (must always start and end at UT regardless of where you actually start and end)

Job Description: Researcher

Learning Objectives:

  • Will learn to conduct comprehensive literature searchers
  • Will learn how to use NIH REPORTeR
  • Will become familiar with information needed to develop grants

Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Conduct literature reviews on topics
  • Search for scientific measures
  • Search for current studies through current literature or NIH REPORTeR
  • Contact local organizations

Required Qualifications:

  • Second-year undergraduate student or higher
  • Human Subjects CITI Training Certification
  • Attend at least 50% of biweekly lab meetings per semester

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong reading comprehension skills
  • Prior research experience
  • Works well in team settings
  • Self-motivated

Expectations

  • Research is due 1 week from day assigned unless otherwise specified
  • Even if you are not done, check in 1 week after assigned to provide update with your status
    • Questions or falling behind—let Project Coordinator (Heran) or Dr. Nydegger know immediately in order to help or ask another researcher to provide assistance to ensure the task is completed
    • If research tasks are continually left unfinished after assigned, you will be only be given research tasks while present in the lab

Job Description: Interview Assistant

Learning Objectives:

  • Will learn how to conduct qualitative interviews
  • Will learn the process prior to and after conducting qualitative interviews

Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Prepare interview bag with appropriate materials
  • Attend interviews, taking notes of observations
  • Compile materials from interview to prepare for transcription and data entry

Required Qualifications:

  • Second-year undergraduate student or higher
  • Human Subjects CITI Training Certification
  • Attend at least 50% of biweekly lab meetings per semester

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Works well in team settings
  • Self-motivated
  • Transportation preferred but not required

Expectations

  • Must arrive at interview location at least 15 minutes prior to interview start time (continual tardiness will lead to losing this opportunity)
  • Must dress appropriately which means casual but no short shorts or shirts that are short, or exposing in any way. Jeans, long jean shorts, other pants (except dress pants), and casual shirts are acceptable. Do not overdress as this gives off a power dynamic that can lead to participants closing up.
  • Make sure to double check that the bag and folders have ALL materials needed, do not assume the interview assistant before you did everything. Ensure the recorders have enough battery life.

 

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HealthStart Foundation Internships Available

HealthStart builds healthy communities through children’s science-based health education. We teach kids how their body works, what it is made of and how this relates to what to eat and how to keep their bodies fit. HealthStart lessons also teach kids that taking care of one another and our environment builds community health and wellbeing.


Game Programmer Intern

HealthStart seeks a part-time Interactive Game Development intern with highly developed organizational skills, ability to manage their time, and creative talents. Interns work 12-15 hours per week under the supervision of our Curriculum Designer. The intern will work in a team environment to help program MonstraliaTM: A Healthy Life For Your Little Monster™ app from written design documents and wireframes. The intern will participate in user testing which involves identifying ease of play, level of engagement, efficacy in conveying health messages, and opportunities for improving game play. The intern will work with the team to fix design flaws and bugs identified during user testing. In addition to programming tasks, the intern also may be involved in actual design of the art, backgrounds, and animation related to the game if their skills and interests enable them to do so.

Required tasks/skills include:

  • Ability to organize and adjust Monstralia Unity Organizer
  • Proficiency using C# in Unity
  • Ability to work with existing code

Additional desired skills:

  • Experience with the Adobe Creative Suite
  • Animation and/or illustration experience
  • Experience creating illustrations using drawing tablet in Photoshop a plus.
  • Bilingual

Qualifications: Candidates for the position must have educational or work experience programming in C# and game development. Employment experience or a strong interest in health and wellness or early childhood education is preferred. Candidate must have experience with the Unity game Engine. All candidates must have basic computer operations skills including MS WORD, EXCEL, the Internet, and HTML. If interested in creating game art assets candidates should have experience with the Adobe Creative Suite including Photoshop, InDesign, and/or Illustrator.

Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter (required), two references (required) and portfolio, if appropriate, by email to Jeremy Follin at jeremy@healthstartfoundation.org


Game Illustration Internship

HealthStart seeks a part-time intern with excellent writing, organizational skills and creative talents. You will work directly with our Curriculum Coordinator who produces and designs our curriculum, marketing, educational and outreach materials. You will help create graphics for an upcoming health education game, Monstralia: A Healthy Life For Your Little Monster. This game will have 25 different mini-games. Each game will require the creation of numerous graphics. All of these experiences should be highly transferable to any other creative work environment.

Job responsibilities may include:

  • Create graphics for an upcoming health education mobile game using Photoshop and Illustrator.
  • Create backgrounds using a drawing tablet for an upcoming mobile game.
  • Help create promotional materials for upcoming events such as flyers, web banners, and other materials.
  • Create visual solutions in effective ways in print and electronic media.
  • Develop materials for summer children’s health education workshop programs.

Candidates for the position must have educational or work experience with illustration, design, or related activity. Employment experience or a strong interest in health and wellness or early childhood education is preferred. Must have experience with Adobe Creative Suite including PhotoShop, InDesign, and Illustrator and be familiar with basic computer operations including MS WORD, EXCEL, the Internet, and HTML. In addition, candidates should have some or all of the following skills:

  • Attention to detail
  • Quick study
  • Excellent verbal and communication skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines with little or no daily onsite supervision
  • Some drawing/illustration experience
  • Experience with drawing tablets and creating simple digital paintings
  • Experience with Illustrator, and creating vector graphics with the pen tool
  • UI experience a plus.
  • Work on game illustration a plus.

Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter (required), two references (required), and portfolio (if applicable) by email to Jeremy Follin at jeremy@healthstartfoundation.org


Public Relations/Communications Intern

HealthStart seeks a part-time Public Relations and Communications intern with highly developed organizational skills, ability to manage their time, and creative talents. Interns work 12-15 hours per week under the supervision of our Outreach Coordinator.

You will be part of a team shaping HealthStart’s message through social media that may include daily Facebook and Twitter posts, monthly newsletter production, donor correspondence and management, marketing campaigns designed to inform and attract education partners and related tasks. Additionally, you will help with the marketing of one of our premier fundraising events, Austin Gives Miles. All of these experiences should be highly transferrable to a professional work environment.

Job responsibilities will include:

  • Raising HealthStart’s profile within our community
  • Executing a media and public relations plan
  • Working directly with HealthStart’s Board and Director
  • Helping write HealthStart’s Monthly Newsletter
  • Other public relations and communications related tasks as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates for the position must have experience/familiarity with public relations, communications, event planning, nonprofit development or related activities. Employment experience or a strong interest in social entrepreneurship, social marketing, health and wellness or early childhood education is preferred. Experience with digital arts or graphic design is a plus. Must be familiar with basic computer operations including MS WORD, EXCEL, and the Internet specifically social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, email clients, etc.

Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, two references, and portfolio, if appropriate, by email to Erin Damm at erin.damm@healthstartfoundation.org


Health Promotion Intern

HealthStart seeks a part-time Health Promotion intern with highly developed organizational skills, ability to manage their time, and creative talents. Interns work 15 hours per week under the supervision of our Outreach Coordinator.

You will be part of a team implementing and evaluating HealthStart’s health promotion programs and related tasks. All of these experiences should be highly transferrable to a professional public health, nutrition, or health promotion work environment.

Job responsibilities will include:

  • Assisting in organizing the development of Children’s Health Education Workshops (CHEWS) Snack Science Workshops as assigned
  • Attending and executing CHEWS Snack Science Workshops as assigned.
  • Attending and assisting with Health Promotion activities, community wellness fairs, and other events that educate and raise our profile within our community
  • Assisting with What are YOU Feeding? Program Implementation and Menu Analysis
  • Working directly with HealthStart’s Scientific Committee•Contributing Health and Nutrition related articles for HealthStart’s Monthly Newsletter, press releases, articles for parenting and health magazines, and a blog
  • Assisting with planning, execution, and implementation of fundraising activities (e.g., I Heart HealthStart and Austin Gives Miles)to further mission as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates for the position must have experience with or a strong interest in public health, health promotion, health communications, event planning, nonprofit development or related activity. Employment experience or a strong interest in social entrepreneurship, social marketing, health and wellness or early childhood education is preferred. Must be familiar with basic computer operations including MS WORD, EXCEL, and the Internet specifically social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, email clients, etc. Bilingual preferred.

Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter (required), 2 references and portfolio (if applicable), by email to Erin Damm at erin.damm@healthstartfoundation.org


Development Intern

Health Start is currently seeking a part-time Development Intern with a strong interest in or prior experience with fundraising; grant writing, and event planning and execution who can work about 12-15 hours per week. Candidates for the position must be creative problem solvers with fantastic interpersonal skills. Employment experience in fundraising, proposal writing or knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies is a plus. Must be familiar with basic computer operations including MS WORD, EXCEL, the Internet and Adobe Creative Suite.

Job Responsibilities

  • Help execute HealthStart’s fundraising plan
  • Perform in-depth research into grant-making organizations Write grant applications thatdisplay meticulous grammar and spelling
  • Seek financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations
  • Assist with other development projects as requested

QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates for the position should have experience with or a strong interest in public relations, marketing, event planning, nonprofit development, or related activity. Employment experience or a strong interest in social entrepreneurship, social marketing, health and wellness or early childhood education is preferred. Must be familiar with basic computer operations including MS WORD, EXCEL, and the Internet specifically social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, email clients, etc.

Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, two references, and portfolio, if appropriate, by email to Erin Damm at erin.damm@healthstartfoundation.org

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Internship with Austin Resource Recovery

Austin Resource Recovery is hiring marketing and programming interns. Work for a fun and dynamic City of Austin department helping to promote the City of Austin’s Zero Waste goals. The City of Austin has a stated commitment to achieving Zero Waste, an initiative that requires new thinking about the way we buy, use and dispose of everyday items. Instead of buying brand new products, Austinites can help reduce waste by sharing or repairing items, buying used items, or donating items they no longer need.

The intern will play a critical role in implementing outreach, communications, and programming to encourage more Austinites to reduce, reuse, repair and support local businesses that offer related products and services. The position will report to the Circular Economy Program (CEP) Manager.

The intern’s projects will include:

  • Creating new content such as ad copy, blog posts, and social media posts to promote reuse-related activities.
  • Overseeing marketing campaigns and outreach activities for the holiday shop zero campaign, in partnership with the City of Austin’s Small Business Program.
  • Event planning, volunteer management, and partnership building for CEP events, including Fix-It Clinics, MoveOutATX and Austin’s Circular Economy Map.
  • Tracking performance metrics for CEP initiatives.
  • Researching, coordinating and attending community outreach & education events to promote reuse.
  • Various administrative tasks to support CEP activities, as needed.
  • Other projects to support reuse and zero waste in Austin according to program needs and the intern’s skillset.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Strong communications skills
  • Ability to interface with the public and community stakeholders on behalf of the City of Austin
  • Interest in zero waste, recycling, reuse, and social entrepreneurship initiatives
  • Interest in marketing and community outreach
  • Ability to be self-motivated and take initiative
  • Ability to work in teams and independently
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities
  • Willingness to learn and take direction from experienced professionals
  • Strong research skills
  • Must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience working with zero waste, recycling, small business, and social entrepreneurship initiatives
  • Experience in marketing and community outreach
  • Experience in research analysis, conducting surveys, and/or conducting focus groups
  • Skill in graphic design (Adobe Creative Suite)
  • Bilingual

TO APPLY: Applications are requested by Wednesday, August 28, at 5 p.m. (Interested applicants are encouraged to submit materials early as the City of Austin reserves the right to fill positions prior to this date). Please submit a cover letter and resume. Send your application to circulareconomy@austintexas.gov with the subject line: “Internship Application.”

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Internship with the Blanton

 

POSITION: Art of the Spanish Americas Intern
DEPARTMENT: Latin American Art
HOURS: 160 hrs. per semester
COMPENSATION: Unpaid

DESCRIPTION:
This position will be developed in the context of the long-term loan of the Thoma Collection of South American Colonial art to the Blanton. It is an exciting and challenging opportunity to learn about the wide range of curatorial needs of an art museum for this specific period. Intern will provide assistance with current projects such as the fourth rotation of the Art of the Spanish Americas Galleries and Painted Cloth, a major temporary exhibitions that deal with the depiction of civil and religious attire in different media. The Intern also will help coordinate the visits of two scholars that will be on campus to deliver public talks. The Intern will also be involved in tracing provenance of some of the pieces on loan and those recently donated by the Cisneros Foundation of Venezuelan Colonial art and items recently purchased from the Huber collection. This internship is a chance to gain valuable research and organizational experience and add real world projects to the intern’s portfolio.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Currently pursuing the BDP program in Museum Studies
  • Excellent writing, editing & proofreading skills
  • Reading comprehension of Spanish (Oral Proficiency is certainly desirable)
  • Interest in the Colonial Latin America
  • Majors in Art History, History, Religious Studies, Spanish, and Latin American Studies are particularly encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to those students pursuing the Emphasis on Visual and Material Culture of Colonial Latin America offered by the BDP

DUTIES (include, but are not limited to):

  • Assist with the organization and installation of the upcoming rotation of the Art of the Spanish Americas Galleries, and help in research for upcoming temporary exhibitions (proof reading labels will also be required)
  • Assist with the visit of scholars that will be on campus to deliver public talks (travel arrangements, publicity)
  • Assist with the visit of the Thoma scholars (travel arrangements, campus directions)
  • Assist with filing maintaining archival material for the museum’s records (research provenance of artworks)

TO APPLY, PLEASE SEND:

  • Resume
  • 1 letter of recommendation, preferably academic
  • Cover letter addressing your interest in the Latin American colonial period

Submit via email in one single PDF format only (please no .doc files) to rosario.granados@blantonmuseum.org . Recommendation letters can be submitted separately.

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Internship with Well Aware

Well Aware currently offers a position as social media intern. You will be devoted to all of our media channels (facebook, twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn…); this includes assisting in content and creation. Social Media Intern must be available a minimum of 10 hours per week.

Overview of Well Aware’s Internship program

Well Aware’s internship program is designed to provide undergraduate and graduate students with an educational experience in implementation of clean water systems in Africa; community development, training and education in Well Aware project regions; development and/or organization and administration of Well Aware’s Austin office.

Other responsibilities may include:

  • Conducting prospect research on individual, foundation, and corporate donors
  • Maintaining donor and grant databases and files, including calendaring deadlines, logging donations, generating and sending donor acknowledgements, logging donor appreciation efforts
  • Supporting staff with logistics associated with special events, including assisting with creation of invitation list, all logistics, soliciting sponsors, communicating with venue and vendors
  • Attending/Volunteering at special events
  • Tracking and evaluating all development efforts
  • Working with Board of Directors Development Committee to implement development strategies

Ideal Candidates Must:

  • Be responsible, flexible, hard‐working, ethical, and committed to the mission of Well Aware
  • Possess a high level of organizational skills and be detail oriented
  • Possess solid oral and written communication skills
  • Be skilled at a variety of computer skills, e.g., Google Drive, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat
  • Be able to operate standard office equipment
  • Able to handle multiple task at one time
  • Possess an interest in a nonprofit career ‐ particularly development and fundraising
  • Available for at least 10 hours a week

Send your resume to our office manager, Amy Prewitt – amy@wellawareworld.org

 

 

 

 

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Second Day Impact Fellowship

Do you want to professionally do well for yourself and do good for the world? So does Second Day. This organization is committed to putting the best minds to work on the problems that matter. For over a year, they have helped top talent find high quality jobs at nonprofits and social enterprises so they can jump start their social impact careers. This week, they announced the launch of the Second Day Impact Fellowship, open to Seniors at UT Austin, Rice, Harvard, and Georgetown exclusively. Impact Fellows will go through a rigorous curriculum focused on (1) Skill development (2) Industry deep dives and (3) Mentorship. Ultimately, they are committed to working with every Impact Fellow until they get their dream social impact job so that they can start building a mission-driven career as soon as possible! 
 
If you are interested in learning more about the program or being a (paid!) campus lead, please email mariam@secondday.orgApplications open on August 15 and close October 1.
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Paid Position with HealthStart

Since 2010 HealthStart Foundation has been teaching young children the science behind good health. We teach kids how their brain, bones, muscles and circulatory and digestive systems work, what to eat and about the fitness activities needed to keep every part of their bodies healthy and strong. HealthStart’s programs also teach kids that when they care of one another and our environment they help build community health and wellbeing.

Health Programs Communications Coordinator

As HealthStart grows and expands beyond Austin, the Health Programs Communications Coordinator will act as one of our chief ambassadors. You will work with community organizations, businesses, and individuals to identify and recruit volunteers for our programs by helping them understand our mission and our impact. You will assist with program operations and help maintain outstanding relationships with the agencies and organizations that have adopted our programs. You will communicate our learning opportunities and successes through social media and other channels.

HealthStart seeks a part-time, 25 hour per week, Health Programs Communications Coordinator with highly developed organizational, written and verbal communication skills, and passion for building a healthier future for our children and our communities. This position reports directly the Executive Director.

Duties will include: 

  • Community Outreach: Represent HealthStart in the community with businesses, higher education organization, and community organizations. Assist with health promotion activities, community wellness fairs, and other events that educate and raise HealthStart’s profile
  • Social Media Outreach: Develop posts, articles and other content for HealthStart’s social media accounts and newsletter
  • Volunteer Management and Recruitment: Recruit and train interns and volunteers for HealthStart’s program delivery.
  • External Operations: Lead community-based children’s health education workshops at various locations with various community partners. Assist with program content and materials development
  • Internal Operations: Attend and assist with various HealthStart Committees

Qualifications:

  • A bachelor’s degree or be in the process of completing their bachelor’s degree
  • 1-year nonprofit experience working with volunteers.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills (writing sample required).
  • Experience managing and delivering social medial content preferably on Facebook,Instagram, and LinkedIn
  • Work well in a collaborative, team environment
  • Basic computer operations including WORD, EXCEL, PPTX, ADOBE, and Dropbox and G-Suite

COMPENSATION/BENEFITS

  • $1400 per month
  • Opportunity for growth and increased responsibility
  • Flexible working hours
  • 2 weeks paid vacation and 8 paid holidays
  • Mileage reimbursement

Application Due Date 8/26/2019

Start Date 9/9/2019

To Apply Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter (required), writing sample, and two references to Erin Damm at erin.damm@healthstartfoundation.org on or before August 26, 2019. Candidates must be able to begin work no later than September 9, 2019.

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Miracle Foundation Internship

Internship Application – Fall 2019

Email your resume to Annen@MiracleFoundation.org by Sunday, August 25. Anne Natenstedt will send the application. You will hear back from us by Friday, August 30.

 

Please include your full name and the application cycle in the email subject line (ex: Jane Smith Fall 2019 Internship Application).

Since our founding on Mother’s Day in 2000, the Miracle Foundation has taken a stand for orphaned children. Our “Child First” approach is multi-faceted, collaborative and community-based:

  • 80% of children living in institutions have a living relative. We make every effort to reunite these children with their birth family, if possible.
  • For abandoned children without family — our measurable, systematic method ensures that children are loved, educated, healthy and safe until they transition to a permanent family.
  • We actively collaborate with governments, other non-profits and local family-strengthening organizations to transform systems and give children a voice.

Our interns gain an inside opportunity to learn how to run a nonprofit that makes an impact for the world’s orphaned children.

Responsibilities vary, but are generally in one of the following areas: Office AdministrationDevelopment, Programs and Marketing. We do our best to find work that suits your interests and develops your expertise.

  • Our Office Administration Intern will work with our Office Manager to complete various administrative tasks, create process documents, track departmental progress, and more.
  • Our Development Intern will work with our Development Coordinator to plan events, analyze fundraising data, develop fundraising campaigns, research funding prospects, and more.
  • Our Programs Intern will work with our Director of Global Programs and Program Coordinator to input and analyze data, create and improve programs, and more.
  • Our Marketing Intern will work with our Marketing Manager to do market research, assist with creative projects, maintain the website, analyze data, help with social media, and more.

Requirements: We offer both formal (for class credit) and informal internships. Interns are expected to donate at least 10 hours/week of their time and exemplify the following qualities:

  • Global perspective, belief in our mission, and a passion for making a difference
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
  • High level of computer proficiency, including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Organized and detail-oriented, with effective time-management skills
  • Strong work ethic, the ability to follow through, and a willingness to do what needs to be done, no matter how large or small
  • Dependable, self-motivated, and conscientious
  • Outgoing and enthusiastic, with a positive attitude
  • Professional, prompt, and dresses appropriately
  • Must be older than 18 or in college.

If you have any questions, please email or call our Office Manager Anne Natenstedt at Annen@MiracleFoundation.org or (512)-329-8635.

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Account Management Assistant Position

Charity Charge was created to provide a free and easy way to support nonprofits

https://www.charitycharge.com/

We believe that nonprofits should have access to a “business” credit card designed specifically for their needs. That’s why we made one that requires no personal guarantor, has no annual or per card fees, and generates cash back automatically. We work with organizations nationally as large as $100 million in revenue including 1% for the Planet, National Down Syndrome Society, Net Impact, and chapters from United Way, Junior League and YMCA. Charity Charge is a Public Benefit Corporation based in Austin, Texas and was founded by social entrepreneur, Stephen Garten.

Reports to: Abby Pesek, Account Executive at Charity Charge for time worked, orientation, collaboration, in-person or phone check ins.

Abby@charitycharge.com

General Description

This Account Management Assistant Intern will help with automating a sales process, engaging with prospective and client organizations across the country, assisting organizations with the business credit card application process, and follow up with prospective clients.

This intern should be a reliable independent worker, highly organized and dependable, enjoy engaging with nonprofits (of all given sizes and causes), and feel comfortable asking for assistance or sharing his/her own ideas for optimizing tasks and projects at hand.

Duties include:

Prospecting new clients and assisting with an application process

  • Responding to inbound requests for applications via email
  • Following up with inbound requests via email
  • Tracking new client engagement metrics
  • Assisting with a monthly e-newsletter
  • Organizing topics and photos for upcoming issues
  • Proofing copy and checking embedded links or videos

Annie’s List Looking for Interns

Annie’s List is now accepting applications for paid Fall 2019 internships based in Austin from September 9 – December 6. Please email a one page resume and cover letter in PDF format explaining your interest in Annie’s List and your preferred department to Ana Harris at ana@annieslist.com by Monday, August 12th by 11:59 PM CST. We encourage all majors and all year to apply, but are particularly interested in Juniors and Seniors. Interns are paid bi-weekly, earning a total of $1,200.
 
Interns will not only get a sense of what it takes to elect women in Texas, but also have the option to participate in career development opportunities, such as resume/cover letter writing workshops, networking workshops, and panels tailored to the current interns‘ interests.

 
More information about the types of internships available can be found here: https://annieslist.com/programs/intern-program/
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