Marketing Intern

Business Name: 
Cinque Financial Group
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
Remote
Days/Hours per Week: 
8-12 hours per week, flexible
Pay Range: 
Unpaid Internship
Benefits: 

We are looking to give student/graduate an opportunity to learn about the financial services industry and gain practical financial knowledge. You will gain hands-on experience and work on a wide range of marketing projects for a financial services firm. You will receive guidance and feedback from seasoned financial professionals, boost your resume and receive recommendation for future employment. We also offer flexible schedule for students.

Position Description: 

Intern will provide hands-on experience to help a business grow through social media and marketing programs. You will use your creativity and research skills to help build the firm's social media strategy. You will work directly with VP of Marketing and have the opportunity to design and present your marketing recommendation.

 

 

Position Responsibilities: 

Assist in developing and implement social media strategy

Maintain social media platforms

Conduct market research and identify new marketing programs

Assist in developing email marketing campaigns and help brainstorm strategies to increase email subscribers

Assist in website management & periodic update

Required Qualifications: 

Creative mindset and detailed oriented

Strong work ethics and a self starter as this will be a remote position

Social media and internet savvy

Strong written and verbal communication skills

Proficient in Microsoft Office (Powerpoint, Word & Excel)

Have access to own laptop

Preferred Qualifications: 

Minimum GPA 3.0

Have a passion for financial education

Photoshop & Adobe graphic design apps

Experience with YouTube

How to Apply: 

How to apply Please send updated resume and a short cover letter to cfginfo@email.com.

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Part-time Teacher

Business Name: 
Mill Valley Nursery School
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
51 Shell Rd, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Days/Hours per Week: 
Monday-Thursday/20 hours per week
Pay Range: 
Competitive hourly wage ($28 - $33 per hour) based on experience and education level.
Benefits: 

This is a part-time position and there are no benefits at this time. Paid Holiday if it lands on your workday.

Position Description: 

Stability and safety for our teachers is of paramount importance at MVNS. If MVNS experiences temporary school closures during the school year, teachers will continue to receive full pay for hours regularly scheduled. Additionally, over the last 5 months, the Director and the Board of Directors have invested both money and time in creating protocols and procedures to create a COVID-safe and -conscious environment to the greatest extent possible. To name just a few of the risk mitigation strategies that MVNS will be implementing: performing daily health screenings for children and staff alike, enhanced cleaning protocols, and our large outdoor space is ideal for bringing indoor play outdoors!

MVNS is located at 51 Shell Road in Mill Valley. Our school follows a Play Based Philosophy where we can explore and learn through play, observation and social interactions. Here at MVNS, children are able to be themselves and grow, while learning respect and appreciation of others and other living things. Where a child’s natural enthusiasm for learning is encouraged while providing opportunities to be successful and challenged. Here, a child can learn and feel a high sense of self worth and pride in their accomplishments. The Parents make a commitment to learn along with their children. Parents gain insight into their child’s development and strengthen their child rearing skills through informal observations, staff meetings and Parent Education Talks.

It is MVNS policy to consider all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, gender, identity, gender, expression, marital status, ancestry, medical condition, genetic information, military or veteran status, or other protected category under the law.

Position Responsibilities: 

The teacher will perform the following duties in accordance with the ethics and standards of current practices and follow the MVNS By-Laws, Standing Rules, Policies, and Procedures:

Help create a safe environment for preschool aged children, ages 3-5.

Assist Director in implementing play-based curriculum, assembling materials and setting up school environment

Provide guidance to children during playtime and adapt to meet the interests and learning styles of individual children

Develop and maintain positive relationships with children and parents

Guide parents potentially working in the classroom

Clean equipment at end of the school day

Require working outdoors in various weather conditions

Attend staff meetings

Assist Director with distance learning activities such as daily Zoom Circle Time, creating take-home activity kits for families, etc. during potential school closures

Keep up-to-date on first aid and CPR certification, and any other requirements of licensing

Other duties as necessary

Required Qualifications: 

At least 12 CEU semester units in early childhood education and at least 50 hours of teaching experience over 6 months

Must be able to effectively communicate with children and parents

Have current CPR and First Aid training, mandated reporting training and Integrated Pest Management training pertaining to pesticides

Obtain a new TB test with negative result or TB risk assessment, and comply with California immunization and reporting requirements (Measles, and Pertussis vaccines are up-to-date)

Applicants must pass a criminal background check and be eligible to work in the U.S.

Applicant must meet all qualifications set by CA DSS Community Care Licensing for a title 22 Program

Preferred Qualifications: 

Experience or knowledge of cooperative preschools

Demonstrate commitment to personal professional growth and learning

How to Apply: 

Please send resume, cover letter and other inquiries to the Director at
director@millvalleynurseryschool.org

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Application Deadline: 
Sat, 08-15-2020

1649 Accountant Trainee (Citywide)

Business Name: 
Department of Human Resources- Controller office
Industry: 
Accounting
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
Full time
Pay Range: 
$67,938.00./year
Benefits: 

All employees hired on or after January 10, 2009 will be required (pursuant to San Francisco Charter Section A8.432) to contribute 2% of pre-tax compensation to fund retiree healthcare. In addition, most employees are required to make a member contribution towards retirement, ranging from 7.5%-13.25% of compensation. For more information on these provisions, please contact the personnel office of the hiring agency.

Position Description: 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The 1649 Accountant Trainee Program also known as the 1649 Accountant Intern Program was established to ensure excellent performance in the City and County of San Francisco's Accountant Series. Participants in this Program are appointed at the entry-level of the Accountant classification series. Overall responsibility and administration for the 1649 Accountant Trainee (Intern) Program for the City and County of San Francisco resides with the Office of the Controller, by delegation from the Department of Human Resources.

1649 program participants are appointed to civil service permanent-exempt job Class 1649 Accountant Trainee (Intern) and enter the 18-month training program as full-times employees. 1649 trainees participate in two 9-month rotations, typically with two different City departments.   

1649 trainees (interns) receive a comprehensive foundation in governmental accounting policies, procedures, and best practices.  The Program consists of a combination of workshop training and on-the-job experience as a functioning accountant in the City, and are mentored by higher-level, experienced accountants in various City Departments.  

Topic areas of training include — Peoplesoft Financials, General Ledger, the Budget Process, Purchasing, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Financial Analysis and Reporting, and Vouchers and Expenses.   

In addition to the technical and functional knowledge, the 1649 Accountant Program provides professional development learning opportunities in communication skills, presentation skills, as well as presentations from the Treasurer/Tax Collector, the Civil Service Commission, the Office of Public Finance, and more.  

The Program also pairs trainees with seasoned supervisors and mentors to provide them with support and coaching throughout their training. Progress through the Program is evaluated through regular performance evaluations. 

After the 18-month 1649 Accountant Trainee (Intern) Program ends, successful trainees are promoted to the Permanent Civil Service 1652 Accountant II classification. Assignment locations may vary for each rotation of the Program, including 1652 placements.

PROGRAM ADVANTAGES

  • Earn while you learn as a full-time City employee with comprehensive benefits, including medical, dental, and retirement.
  • Cohort experience to develop a professional network throughout the City.
  • Practical knowledge and experience in the relationship between governing bodies and strategic partners.
  • Support and mentorship from accounting professionals and Program alumni.
  • A comprehensive understanding of governmental financial management and how to support the operational needs of the governmental entity of San Francisco.
  • A working knowledge of accounting topics and City processes to become fully functional well-rounded accountants with the City upon successful completion of the 1649 Program.

To successfully complete the 18-month training program, 1649 Program participants will present self-chosen topics to the 1649 Steering Committee.

Position Responsibilities: 

Essential duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Participate in structured job training experiences.
  • Attend classroom-style workshops and complete online training programs related to citywide accounting functions during the training program.
  • Perform a variety of work in the following fields:
    • Record and process a variety of accounting data into accounting systems;
    • Analyze transactions to insure proper recordation;
    • Prepare and maintain expenditures and budgetary control accounts;
    • Prepare reports on status of such accounts;
    • Maintain accounting records relative to payroll accounts, processes rate changes and payroll deductions;
    • Distribute personnel service costs to appropriate accounts;
    • Assist in the maintenance of accounting systems;
    • Reconcile internal departmental records with Controller’s and other agency reports;
    • Process and clear encumbrance documents and vendor payment documents, assists in external reporting projects/requirements as assigned.
    • The incumbent must be able to communicate all phases of the Accounting Cycle to a variety of audiences clearly and effectively, and they will also perform related duties as assigned.
    • Overtime may be required.
  • Make formal presentations to City departments and the Steering Committee.
  • Perform related duties and responsibilities as assigned  

Please visit the webpage for more details: SFController.org/1649-accountant-intern-program

Required Qualifications: 
  • Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with eighteen (18) semester units or twenty-four (24) quarter units of coursework in Accounting at the time of appointment.
  • The class will start in September 2019. Applicants who anticipate graduating by June 29, 2019 will be permitted to compete in the selection process; however, such applicants will be required to submit verification of graduation no later than 5:00 PM June 29, 2019 in order to advance in the process.
  • Please note: Only Accounting courses that are 3 units or more will be counted. We will NOT accept any related coursework (e.g. Excel, QuickBooks, finance, economics or math courses).
Preferred Qualifications: 
  • Professional accounting work experience which includes analysis or problem-solving. Experience should include: Working with an automated financial system (preferably a government system), performing difficult and responsible accounting, reporting work, as well as preparing financial records and reports.
  • Proficient Skills using various computer software programs including Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word.
  • Experience establishing, promoting and maintaining professional, cooperative-working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
  • Experience speaking to a variety of audiences regarding financial information and related complex matters.
How to Apply: 

Apply immediately as this recruitment may close at any time after 5:00 p.m. PDT on Monday, August 31, 2020.

*For more information regarding this announcement, please visit: https://www.jobapscloud.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=PEX&R2=1649&R3=106337

If you’re interested in the program please register for the Virtual Outreach Workshop on August 12, 2020 beginning at 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM.  

Registration Link for 1649 Outreach Workshop Event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/1649-accountant-trainee-program-outreach-workshop-tickets-115502694669

For more information, please contact:

Olivia Quinonez
Airport Recruiter | People, Performance & Development

Email: olivia.quinonez@flysfo.com
 

Application Deadline: 
Apply immediately as this recruitment may close at any time after 5:00 p.m. PDT on Monday, August 31, 2020.

Development Manager - Renaissance San Francisco

Business Name: 
Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center
Industry: 
Non-Profit/Philanthropy
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
M-F / 35 hours
Pay Range: 
70-75,000
Benefits: 

This is a full-time, exempt position. Competitive salary ($70-$75K based on experience) with generous benefits that include medical, dental, vision insurance, 401K, paid time off, holidays, and a great group of colleagues and clients!

Position Description: 

Reports to: CEO

Supervises: Development Associate

Works with: Program, Finance and Data departments; Fundraising and Event Consultants

Location: San Francisco, California



Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center seeks a creative and analytical Development Manager to strengthen all fundraising activities to secure and grow our organizational budget (currently $4M of which $3.4M is generated through philanthropy and $600,000 through earned income). Renaissance receives major funding from government, corporate, foundation and individual sources. Initially reporting to the CEO, our new colleague will take ownership of our development calendar of prospect research, proposal submission, grant reporting and management, enhancing our ability to manage current funding and secure new resources. The ideal candidate is passionate about funding our mission, enjoys working in a fast-paced, dynamic team environment and brings the ability to multitask, a high level of organization and excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.



Renaissance (www.rencenter.org) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit social impact organization. We have been building better communities for 35 years by helping lower income women and men start and grow their own businesses, transforming the lives of their owners and creating sustainable jobs, economic vitality, and vibrant neighborhoods. Renaissance operates four program centers and multiple off-site programs throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.



Note: During the current COVID-19 Pandemic, Renaissance is adhering to health and safety social distance protocols; all staff are currently working from home. As protocols are adjusted and the pandemic reality evolves, this position will be primarily based in San Francisco.

Position Responsibilities: 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Manage the full cycle of the grant process for our portfolio of government, foundation, corporate and individual contributions.



Grant Proposals



Project manage grant preparation and submission processes – coordinating between Renaissance’s CEO, program and finance departments; draft grant budgets; assemble information and submit applications.

Track status of outstanding grant proposals and awards: i.e. what is pending, what are next steps for pending applications, which awards are encumbered and ready to bill.

Grants Management



Oversee and coordinate requirements and reporting for existing contributions from government, corporate and foundation donors; ensure timely and accurate reporting for all grants.

Liaise between program and finance departments and government grant representatives on finalizing grant budgets, billing procedures, timing, requirements.

Prospect Research



Research prospective individual, foundation and corporate funders; steward relationships with foundation, government, corporate and individual funders.

Development Administration



Reconcile revenue records with finance department on monthly basis

Work with Development Associate to ensure Salesforce is up-to-date including donor information and prospect cultivation activities; manage gift processing to ensure that gifts are acknowledged, processed, coded and documented in timely manner.

Manage Development Associate: support their professional development, guide their work, and grow their impact.

Maintain Development website pages – modifying content as needed, highlighting client success stories, etc.

Manage activities for Renaissance’s Annual Event.

Work closely with CEO and Development Associate, performing other duties to optimize our development department and Renaissance’s philanthropic culture.

Required Qualifications: 

Skills and Qualifications:

  • At least three years of fundraising and development experience; 1-3 years of experience managing people (volunteers, staff members, etc.)
  • Demonstrated success in managing proposal processes toward annual fundraising goals
  • Ability to take direction and complete projects independently, as well as work on several projects simultaneously
  • Superior self-motivation, time-management, interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Ability and willingness to work collaboratively with program and finance departments and experience working in team environments
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • High proficiency with fundraising &/or CRM databases (Salesforce preferred) & Microsoft Office programs, Adobe Creative Suite and website tools
  • Familiarity and/or experience with the landscape of fundraising for economic and community development in Bay Area
  • Passion for economic development, and for serving our diverse communities and clients
  • Willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends for special events
How to Apply: 

Visit here for more info and how to apply. No calls or personal inquiries please.

https://www.rencenter.org/development-manager/

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Research Assistant to LFCoB Professor - Climate Change Business-Policy Project - Student Assistant (1870)

Business Name: 
SFSU LFCoB
Industry: 
Education
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Junior
Senior
Graduate
Location: 
San Francisco State University (work can be completed remotely)
Days/Hours per Week: 
10 hrs/week approx.
Pay Range: 
$17.00/hr
Benefits: 

N/A

Position Description: 

The Student Assistant will provide research support for Professor Ian Dunham in the Management Department, LFCoB. The project is funded by a grant provided by the LFCoB. This position is ideal for graduate students, aspiring graduate students, and individuals wishing to pursue careers in environmental sustainability.



Project Title: “Corporate Strategies for Climate Change under the California Cap-and-Trade Program”



This project addresses how California companies are strategically addressing climate change and are responding the California Cap-and-Trade Program. Corporate strategy surrounding climate change represents a paramount role in reducing greenhouse gas (GhG) emissions and has become a pressing area of academic research (Hahn, Reimsbach, Schiemann, Bertels, & Bowen, 2015; Liu & Yang, 2018; Sullivan & Gouldson, 2017).



California is a nationwide leader in climate change policy. In 2013, California launched a market-based cap-and-trade program to reduce GhG emissions—the first state program of its kind in the United States—as a central component of the broader goal of reducing emissions by 40 percent below 1990 levels by the year 2030 (California Air Resources Board [CARB], 2017; 2019a; 2019b). The California Cap-and-Trade Program (CA C&T Program) affects around 450 businesses, which collectively are responsible for an estimated 85 percent of California’s total GhG emissions, in one of the world’s most innovative economies.



This original research will investigate corporate strategies to meet GhG emission reduction

targets, and/or invest in low and zero GhG products, practices, and technologies. The hypothesis

is that covered companies in California face isomorphic pressures as a result of the CA C&T

Program that influences firm behavior with regards to profitability, investment decisions,

financing, consumer price, employment, and environmental quality. This paper is concerned with

advancing theory by developing an understanding of how external regulation may shape the

internal management decisions of firms. Using Oliver’s (1991) conceptual framework of the

behavior of organizations, which provides a foundation for the strategic responses of firms to

institutional pressures, this paper will examine the potential reactions of covered companies in

complying with the CA C&T Program. In particular, the causal impact of state regulation

(coercive isomorphism), as well as other pressures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will be

examined. Assuming that covered entities have flexibility in their strategies to comply with the

CA C&T Program and seek to maximize profitability within the regulatory framework, covered

companies may prioritize and make trade-offs between stakeholder interests. This research will

thus also employ stakeholder theory to assess the impact of corporate actions on a variety of

stakeholders (e.g. community public health, consumers, employees, environment, etc.).



The methods to be used include both a quantitative survey and qualitative semi-structured

interviews with corporate executives, quantitative analysis of aggregate emissions data provided

by the CARB, and content analyses of available annual reports and financial statements.

Position Responsibilities: 

-The Student Assistant will assist with a variety of research tasks. Initial steps will include online research about the business activities of California companies, as well as reviewing available annual reports and financial statements.

-Company contact data will be gathered via online searches and phone calls and organized using Microsoft Excel.

-Additional tasks may include reading academic peer-reviewed articles and assisting in writing summaries. Additional work will depend on funding and project timeline.

Required Qualifications: 
-Must be a current student (of any major)
-Ability to communicate effectively with external business representatives via phone and email
-Proficiency with Microsoft Excel

 

Preferred Qualifications: 

-Graduate student currently enrolled in MBA program or other graduate-level program at SFSU

-Strong interest in environmental sustainability

-Desire to learn about academic research in peer-reviewed journals

How to Apply: 
Send a resume and detailed letter of interest describing why you are a good fit for the position to iandunham@sfsu.edu

 

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Business operations Assistant

Business Name: 
The Renaissance Shop
Industry: 
Business Services
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Senior
Graduate
Location: 
Remote
Days/Hours per Week: 
10 hours/week
Pay Range: 
$25/hr
Benefits: 

About me:

www.linkedin.com/in/damon-manni-5369201

I’ve been involved with high tech for over 30 years specializing in software, Operations and Splunk engineering. My forte is woodworking/furniture and creating custom designs. I am also immersed in Pottery making. I continue to design and build my own products. And I am seeking support with exploratory work regarding the "building" of online services for my products. The goal is to sell unique, hand crafted pottery and furniture creations on an e-comm store (kind of like Etsy but better). Customers will be able to select a product, order, and pay for it through the website. These orders will then be filled and shiped out. I am looking for someone who can assist with the organization of the business side of this dream and make it a reality. 

About you:

You should be able to assist me with the following:

  • Identifying a shopping cart platform
  • Developing web presecnce that ensures website appears in top listings when users search for pottery by using SEO (Search Engine Optimization),
  • Implementing the use of Google analytics to study data, choose a shipping & handling service
  • Setting up business license, sales tax etc. with the state of CA.

This will be remote work, so expect daily zoom meetings to collaborate on the project.

Position Description: 
  • Compare and recommend the best e-commerce platform for my needs.
  • Setup SEO and best keywords
  • Choose an analytics tool
  • Help define branding and other aspects that go with launching a new business.
  • Diss out places to show my work ie: exhibitions, shows, advertisement
Position Responsibilities: 
  • MBA grad student if possible who has a good sense of how to use current internet tools to support customer needs and perform modern business needs online
  • Know how to look at features of e-commerce Platforms for shopping cart, inventory, promotional sales and do compare/contrast assessment for selection
  • Know how to research aspects like setting shipping, handling process to obtain license and register with the state and handle taxes
Preferred Qualifications: 
  • MBA grad student if possible who has a good sense of how to use current internet tools to support customer needs and perform modern business needs online
  • Know how to look at features of e-commerce Platforms for shopping cart, inventory, promotional sales and do compare/contrast assessment for selection
  • Know how to research aspects like setting shipping, handling process to obtain license and register with the state and handle taxes
How to Apply: 

Please email me your resume and contact info and call me for an interview



Damon Manni

Email: damonmanni@gmail.com

Cell: 925-858-8322

Application Deadline: 
Oepn until filled

Eugene Sivadas, Ph.D.

Role: 
Staff
Department: 
Office of the Dean
Position: 
Dean
Biography: 

Eugene Sivadas is Dean of the Lam Family College of Business. He spent 15 years on the faculty of the Milgard School of Business at the University of Washington, Tacoma where he held appointments as Associate Dean of Academic and Student Affairs, Director of the MBA Program, Coordinator of the Masters’ Program in Cybersecurity & Leadership and Professor of Marketing. He also served on the University of Washington Faculty Senate, on the executive council of UW Tacoma’s Faculty Assembly, as Chair of Milgard School’s faculty council and as Chair of UW Tacoma’s Appointment, Promotions, and Tenure Committee. He holds a Ph.D. in marketing from the University of Cincinnati and has held faculty appointments at Rutgers Business School, the University of Cincinnati, and Emerson College. Professor Sivadas has published in leading marketing journals including the Journal of Marketing, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Marketing Letters, Journal of Business Research, Industrial Marketing Management etc. and has recently co-authored the 9th edition of the leading marketing channels textbook. His research has been cited more than 5000 times.