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Our internship offers a variety of responsibilities that can include:
- social media marketing - update our website, promote our events, creating html emails, design marketing materials, etc.
- technical support - help our customers when they call us, work on database projects, learn technical support skills
- office support - research topics, purchase supplies, write communication, use scanner
We are a small office that gives personalized attention to our customers and our employees. We will support you in getting a solid foundation of skills that are resume ready!
This is an unpaid internship. Working meals are provided.
20 hours per week. 9:00 - 5:00 PM only.
Liz Wolfe Wintec Group Inc.
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UHAB | The Urban Homesteading Assistance Board is seeking a Project Associate for Cooperative Outreach and Research to help us build our capacity to serve and grow the limited-equity co-op housing community nationwide.
UHAB promotes affordable housing and self-reliance by organizing, developing, and supporting low-income resident-controlled housing cooperatives. UHAB's work is carried out in New York City and around the nation from our offices in Lower Manhattan and Harlem by 46 dedicated staff members.
Since its founding at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in 1973, UHAB has been assisting low-income New Yorkers in becoming part of their own housing solutions. Whether as homesteaders using their sweat equity to rehab a vacant, distressed building; as a group of tenants in a tax-foreclosed city-owned property taking over the management and eventual ownership as an affordable cooperative; or as people in a building owned, managed, and renovated by UHAB that is being converted to the residents' cooperative—each of these circumstances is an instance of a successful co-op housing solution based on UHAB's founding principle of self-help. Each has enhanced UHAB's capacity to guide more low-income New Yorkers through creating, managing, and maintaining their own affordable cooperative housing.
More than 30,000 households in some 1,800 HDFC buildings have benefited from UHAB's expertise over the past 40 years. UHAB's extensive experience has taught us that a robust infrastructure that supports, preserves, and sustains co-ops once they have been developed is paramount to a successful co-op community. This effective framework that UHAB has built for its co-op community consists of
Member Services, including educational seminars, web-based resources, and group rates for insurance, fuel, bookkeeping, and marketing
Preservation Services, including asset management and stewardship, loan packaging and tax assistance
Technical Assistance, including on-site consulting, attending building meetings, and phone, email, and office assistance
Training, including UHAB University and Cooperative Homeownership Workshops
As the country emerges from the foreclosure crisis and reevaluates homeownership, interest in the limited-equity cooperative model is continuing to grow. Requests to share UHAB's experience, services, and core competencies continue to increase, not only from cities and towns across the country but from groups involved in other shared-equity and homeownership models, such as land trusts and co-housing.
The challenge now is one of assuring the sustainability of existing cooperatives while expanding the scale and impact of this model, both in New York City and anywhere else in the country where opportunities for cooperative homeownership exist, and while meeting the increasing demand for new opportunities.
Through our own internal strategic thinking process, we have concluded that the best way to increase the scale and impact of the shared-equity cooperative movement is to offer up all our intellectual capital—our tools for organizing and training, our website and online tools, our publications, our sample documents and legal expertise, our insights from the New York City co-op development experience, our internal training and capacity building, and much more. We are now well-positioned to share this with other cooperatives around the country that are not yet part of our network, as well as with other organizations that could sponsor the development of new co-ops and shared-equity housing or offer support to existing co-ops.
The Project Associate for Cooperative Outreach and Research will survey the landscape to help us create a nationwide plan for increasing the scale and impact of the shared-equity cooperative movement. He or she will help identify who is out there, both existing shared-equity co-ops and support organizations. What are their needs? What are the opportunities for growth and which organizations can best promote that growth? What is necessary to make this growth happen? Based on this research, UHAB will begin developing a strategy for serving and expanding the affordable cooperative housing community across the country.
The successful candidate will be a persistent, savvy, and creative researcher able to use a variety of sources and resources, connect to networks, and track down leads in order to conduct our census of existing co-op housing and co-op support groups in New York City and nationwide. Undertaking the needs and capacity survey of those co-ops and organizations will require someone who can ask engaging questions that will efficiently elicit the answers and information we need. The right candidate will be excited about limited-equity cooperatives and the opportunity to find out about new housing co-ops and organizations every day. The Project Associate for Cooperative Outreach and Research will be the primary staff person for this work and will be collaborating with Project Directors for Co-op Preservation, Member Services, and Organizing and Policy, among others, and will report to the Executive Director. This position is funded for one year but may be extended.
Developing or revising a database or information system for recording the census of existing limited-equity co-ops and co-op support organizations
Finding and obtaining existing databases of co-ops and support organizations
Developing or revising survey instruments for ascertaining the needs and capacities of existing limited-equity co-ops and support and development organizations
Investigating models of networking and collaboration among organizations and identifying supportive tools
Assisting UHAB in developing a plan for Serving and Growing the Cooperative Community
Contacting co-ops and support organizations nationwide to identify and survey cooperatives, get referrals to other co-ops and organizations, and obtain lists and databases and information sources
Inputting information for the census and survey
Building a network of co-ops and support organizations
Communicating with local and national organizations about the benefits of UHAB's work
The ideal candidate will have an organizing and research background and a strong interest in and/or experience with cooperatives and/or the solidarity economy. Other qualifications include
experience and skill in Internet, database, and other research
experience and skill in spreadsheet, database, and survey design and management
strong communication skills, both written and oral, enabling the candidate to engage and motivate others
the ability to develop a plan for national and local organizations to work collaboratively toward a specific goal
bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
The Project Associate for Cooperative Outreach and Research will be based at UHAB's main office, in Lower Manhattan.
UHAB is an equal opportunity employer. UHAB does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, physical ability, veteran, or marital status. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
How to apply
Send resume and a cover letter to
120 Wall Street, 20th Floor
New York, NY 10005
Subject: Co-op Outreach and Research
Fax: (212) 344-6457
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Upper West Side
We are seeking team players with a positive attitude and willingness to jump in and learn from a successful fashion start-up. As a small team, we employ an "all hands on deck" attitude allowing you to gain experience in Social Media, Online Marketing, Buying, Inventory Management, Shipping & Receiving, Styling & Photo Shoots, and Customer Service. We are currently located on the Upper West Side in a live/work environment. For a little background on the company, please visit www.humblechic.com as well as all of our Social Media channels.
Must be extremely detail-oriented and have good communication skills. Strong editorial writing skills, Photoshop, and love of fashion is a plus.
- Editorial Research Skills
- Computer Proficiency
- Creative Thinker
- Self Starter
- Calm under pressure
- Positive personality!
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463 West St. 13th Fl
New York, NY
RAMSCALE Studios is looking for an upbeat and diligent intern to help out with the operations of the venue. This is an opportunity for someone looking to develop interpersonal skills with other professionals and gain experience in the events industry.
The airy light-filled studio in the West Village offers breathtaking, 360-degree views of Manhattan and the Hudson River - an unforgettable, private environment for weddings, parties, product launches, meetings, corporate retreats, film and photo shoots, and other events. Ramscale provides one of the most dramatic locations in New York City.
Description of the Internship:
You will be responsible for multiple aspects of marketing and sales services in regard to promotion of the venue. You will be responsible for communication with former and future clients. You will be responsible for conducting marketing research and maintaining social media presence for the company.
- Develop and Implement strategies to market RAMSCALE Studios through drafting of the newsletter, maintaining social media websites, and brainstorming ideas for attracting new clientele.
- Give potential clients tours of the venue and provide necessary information
- Develop relationships with potential clients and appropriately follow up
- Perform analysis of marketing and sales data
- Cold calling based on organized lists of potential clients
- Answering phones and providing necessary information
- Developing industry jargon and phone skills
- Communicating and informing various vendors including but not limited to: industry professionals, publicists, caterers, rental companies and florists
- Beginning as soon as possible
- 2-4 Credits
- Flexible Hours
- Flexible Start Date
- No events experience necessary
- Excellent verbal and written communications skills with knowledge of social media
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Sweep, mop, dust, wipe, shine, collect trash, clean restroom, etc.
Must be at least 18
Must be able to communicate in English
Must attend federal safety training.
Paying up to $15 per hour.
Call today for more info or to apply.
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Industry Internet/Online/New Media, Marketing, Web Development
Job Duration Full Time
Job Location New York, NY
Director of External Communications
Our mission is to improve the lives and protect the rights of women, children and youth displaced by conflict and crises. We accomplish this by researching their needs, identifying solutions and advocating for programs and policies to strengthen their resilience and drive lasting change on the ground.
The Women’s Refugee Commission is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
SCOPE OF WORK:
The Director of External Communications has lead responsibility for the development and implementation of the Women’s Refugee Commission’s communication strategy and supervises its communication staff. The Director is a member of the organization’s senior management team and works closely with the senior team to ensure that the WRC’s communications efforts advance the program, advocacy and development goals and overall reputation of the organization. The position is based in New York and reports to the Executive Director.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
• Lead strategic planning for the communications team and play a leading role as a senior staff member in the development of the WRC’s strategic plan and annual communications plan.
• Raise the visibility of the organization, the issues it addresses, and impact it has on the lives of displaced women, children and youth.
• Manage the communication’s team’s engagement with the advocacy, program and development teams to maximize reach and impact. This includes message development, communications strategies, and marketing programs for promoting the WRC’s reports, recommendations and resources to target audiences.
• Oversee the production of WRC publications, annual report, website content and newsletters; supervise and contribute to the organization’s engagement with social media.
• Ensure WRC’s brand strategy and core messaging are consistently reflected in all communications with key audiences.
• Serve as the organization’s principal liaison with the media. Develop and maintain relationships with influential media and trade publications covering humanitarian and migration issues.
• Promote the development of marketing partnerships and joint campaigns to increase the organization’s awareness among target audiences.
• Supervise and contribute to the conceptualizing and design of external events to maximize their impact for the Women’s’ Refugee Commission and its mission.
• Restructure and rebuild the Communications function for the Women’s Refugee Commission.
• A senior communications professional with at least 12 years of experience in marketing and communications;
• At least 7 years of experience managing a communications department and leading cross-team strategy and planning processes;
• Proven track record in raising the visibility and influence of an organization through effective communications strategies;
• Strategic thinking, vision and flawless execution;
• Superb oral and written communications skills for multiple audiences;
• Ability to quantify the impact of communications on overall organization effectiveness;
• Background in international issues, women’s human rights or US migration issues is highly desired. A commitment to the mission and core values of the WRC is required;
• Experience working at a senior level in communications at a non-profit is desirable.
• An undergraduate degree in communications, marketing or related field is required. An advanced degree in these fields or international relations or public policy is desired.
Reports to: Executive Director
Compensation: Competitive based on experience level
Deadline to Apply: Please apply no later than September 15
Send cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
The Women’s Refugee Commission considers all applications on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability or any other factor protected under the law. The Women’s Refugee Commission is an equal opportunity employer.
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COORDINATOR, COMMUNICATIONS AND EVENTS
The Parent-Child Home Program, a proven early childhood literacy, parenting education, and school readiness program, based in Garden City Long Island, is seeking a Coordinator, Communications and Events to join the National Center team. The Program is in the midst of a significant multi-year expansion to increase the number of families served by close to 50% and create the platform for further growth in 12 target states across the country. The Coordinator will be responsible for assisting the Director in implementing strategies to meet annual as well as multi-year event revenue goals; and for the marketing and public relations activities. The Coordinator will report directly to the Director and the CEO.
PRIMARY COMMUNICATIONS RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE
Work with the Director, Communication and Events (Director) to implement the overall communications plan including website, e-blasts, newsletters, annual appeals, social media, events, and media relations.
Manage PCHP's website and monthly e-communication.
Manage the social media plan, developed in conjunction with the Director, including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Linked-In, and other platforms as added.
Develop and maintain editorial calendar including creative campaigns.
Draft all content, circulate for approval, and post approved content on platforms.
Maintain brand standards and ensure accuracy in all posts.
Manage activity and analytics, prepare reports, and propose revisions to strategy based on findings.
Learn how it input information in, access information from, run reports, and create targeted e-blasts from PCHP's e-tap contact management software.
Serve as key point of contact for sites on all external communication and outreach activities. Reach out to sites for success stories and other information to share with supporters. Distribute grant opportunities, talking points, local press releases, updates, etc. to sites and address their questions and requests in a timely manner. Ensure coordinator section of website includes all necessary communications documents.
Assist with the development of marketing materials, including letterhead, brochures, presentation folders, etc.
Collaborate with other national center staff on outreach and communication with all constituencies – including funders, board, site staff, individual donors, and gala attendees.
Oversee/support communications and events interns with project management.
PRIMARY EVENTS RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE
In consultation with the Director, plan and execute the annual Literacy Champions Gala including working on venue, invitation, auction items, talent, event marketing, sponsorship/ticket sales tracking, on-site event management, pledge fulfillment, thank you letters, volunteers, gift bags, etc.
Participate in the Events Committee Calls.
In consultation with Director of Training and Program Support, work on organization of the Annual Conference and related communication (excluding content selection and presenters).
In consultation with other national center staff, plan and execute at least 6 additional events per year including Young Professionals Committee, Cultivation, 50th Anniversary, Research, Corporate/Volunteer events etc.
Experience in communications and/or public relations as well as event coordination.
Demonstrated excellence in organizational skills, ability to take initiative, manage multiple tasks simultaneously, and work independently as well as a member of a team.
Demonstrated strong oral and written communications skills (writing sample required).
Experience writing web content, press releases, and/or other communication materials.
Experience with social media.
Commitment to early childhood/education issues.
Some travel may be required.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Salary commensurate with experience; benefits are competitive.
Garden City, Long Island, NY. PCHP is 30 minutes by train from Midtown Manhattan on the LIRR. It is readily accessible by train and car from Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, and Long Island. Free parking is provided onsite.
ABOUT THE PARENT-CHILD HOME PROGRAM
PCHP's nationwide network of program sites provides under-resourced families with the necessary tools to ensure their children achieve their greatest potential in school and in life. Since 1965, PCHP has been assisting underserved communities in replicating and expanding this proven school readiness program that builds early parent-child verbal interaction and learning at home. Through twice-weekly visits by highly trained community-based early literacy specialists, PCHP provides families the skills, materials (books and educational toys), and support to help parents prepare their children for school success. Almost 50 years of research shows that the Program effectively increases school readiness, decreases the need for special education services before grade three by 50%, and increases participants' high school graduation rates by over 30% - to the same level as their middle-income peers. www.parent-child.org
The Parent-Child Home Program is an equal opportunity employer.
How to apply
Please send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Coordinator, Communications and Events". Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.
You can see us online at nypantyhose (dot) wordpress (dot) com
The work is by appointment; the work is clothed (no nudity required); there is no sexual (physical) contact of any kind with clients; there is no massage; this is not a "party" job where you will work with other women in a communal space w/many men; we are a liquor, drug, camera and cliche-free service.
You can make your own hours up to five days and/or nights per week.
1. You have a sense of humor
2. You're an extrovert
3. You're not afraid of human sexuality in all its forms
4. You know the difference between the meanings of the words "sex" and "sexuality"
5. You're not generally "afraid" of a lot of stuff; you're confident and assured and self-reliant and can operate autonomously when required*
*(We charge our clients A LOT. We need to make sure those we work with can deliver the value our clients expect)
Please reply with a letter of interest and THREE PHOTOS:
2. FULL BODY,CLOTHED
3. BARE FEET, TAKEN BY YOU, FROM ABOVE. (Stand with feet together, hold camera knee-height above feet, take photo.)
Thank you. We look forward to hearing from you.
Call to apply for any of the positions... From shop worker to Manager/Supervisor/Lead and more....... 631-522-1500 or fax 631-243-6276 or email to email@example.com
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Interns will gain experience from A-Z in the running of the business including sales, social media, customer service, media, order fulfillment, event management, logistics, retail, attending events and fitness/fashion expos, projects, wholesale and working directly with the CEO and COO. To learn more information on our internship program, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pamela Passarello 646-998-3736 Sparkly Soul Sports & Fitness Headbands www.sparklysoul.com
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We’re looking for someone who is proactive, organized and dependable with an interest in the music/entertainment industry and an easy-going, can-do attitude. Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills. Photoshop and Web skills are always a plus. New York area only please.
Responsibilities will vary depending on department. Interns may be responsible for social networking, special projects, database maintenance, promotional mailings, working with ERP/CRM accounting software, creating and editing VBA scripts, financial reporting and day-to-day administrative functions. And don’t forget the fun stuff: rubbing elbows with rockstars, helping out at shows, A&R duties and free swag!
This is a fantastic opportunity for a student wanting to experience firsthand how an independent record label/online merch distributor operates. Please note that internships at The End Records are unpaid and/or for college credit. While further employment is not guaranteed, several of our interns have gone on to become members of our team.
If interested, please e-mail cover letter and resume along with your availability to email@example.com
Aoife The End Records www.theendrecords.com
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CINCS ('syncs') is developing a technology platform to help organizations manage risks associated with extreme weather events and scarcity of natural resources. CINCS is a wide disseminator of knowledge through print and media and a frequent speaker about carbon markets and sustainability. CINCS is based in New York City.
CINCS' decision support solution is an integrated approach to help organizations systematically mitigate risks of natural resource use as well as impacts on the environment. The cloud based solution is designed with intuitive work flows for non-technical users to input data, understand risks, and prioritize mitigation decisions.
CINCS is seeking to take on a team of interns to participate in business development, strategic development of its technology, marketing and research.
Specific duties will correspond with candidate capabilities and company needs
However, intern responsibilities may include:
Researching, identifying and managing partners and customers
Developing and refining business and sales models/forecast
Managing client and partner engagements
Researching and writing articles and reports related to current issues, policy developments, natural resource risk and other areas relevant to our business
Preparing informational and promotional presentations and materials for investors, clients, conferences, etc.
Expanding our web presence through social media, reporting and partnerships
Updating, maintaining and managing our website
Developing quantitative models to calculate natural resource risks
Integrating diverse sets of natural resource related data
Ideal candidates possesses the following:
A self-driven, entrepreneurial attitude
A demonstrated interest in Corporate Social Responsibility and sustainability
A business background (preferred)
Proficiency with PowerPoint and Excel
Strong organizational, research, writing and communication skills
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Written and spoken fluency in English
We are seeking individuals who can commit 2+ days per week with a preference for those available full-time. We also prefer interns who can commit to a 12 week internship. The internship is available immediately. This is an *unpaid* position, however high-performing, continuing interns may have the opportunity to receive stipends and to convert to full time employees.
How to apply
Interested candidates should please e-mail a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Harmony Institute seeks a Research Intern for the fall 2014 semester. Interns will work on social issue research, evaluation, data analysis, media research, interactive design, and nonprofit management. The position requires a minimum commitment of 16 hours per week. Start and end dates are flexible.
Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities
Social science research
Quantitative and qualitative evaluation
Foundation and donor research
Administrative work - organizing conferences, creating mailings, note taking, data analysis, etc.
Strong interest in and understanding of media and/or social science research.
Strong research, writing and communication skills
Interest in the nonprofit sector
How to apply
Applications must include a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications; résumé; writing sample; and any other information that might be useful in the Institute's assessment. This information should be sent to: email@example.com. Please write your name and position title (Last, First, Research Intern) in the subject line of your e-mail.
All information is confidential. We regret that we are unable to answer individual queries regarding this job posting.
The position is available immediately. Applications will be processed on a rolling basis until the position has been filled.
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AJWS's Communications Department is seeking an intern for the fall semester, and, if possible, to continue throughout the spring. If the potential intern is unable to commit past the spring semester, he/she is still encouraged to apply. The intern must be able to commit to at least 15 hours of work per week. The communications intern will report to the Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Communications. Please note that this internship is unpaid but applicants are encouraged to apply for academic credit.
The ideal candidate for this position will have a deep commitment to AJWS's mission and academic and professional experience in journalism, public relations and/or international development. Being organized and detail-oriented is critical.
Compile relevant news clips and produce AJWS's Daily Digest each morning (sent to AJWS staff and Board)
Research U.S. and international media outlets and journalists
Build and maintain press lists
Draft news releases, media alerts, talking points and fact sheets
Update information about organization on external websites
Special projects (e.g. doing research on the best practices for conducting an organizational oral history and writing a memo describing findings)
Assist with design projects
Previous experience in journalism, public relations or nonprofit communications a plus
Must be at least a sophomore in college
Exceptional writing, editing and proofreading skills
Strong research skills and an ability to synthesize information into an easily understandable format
Sharp analytical thinking
Creativity and a desire to take initiative and suggest fresh ideas
Familiarity with AP style a plus
Interest in human rights and international development
How to apply
For immediate consideration, please forward your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate your name and "Communications Intern" in the subject line.
We thank you for your interest in AJWS. Due to high volume, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
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New York, NY
Visual Therapy, a luxury consulting / fashion styling firm, is looking for an enthusiastic fashion intern to join our team at our office on Fifth Avenue. If you are highly motivated, detail-oriented, with outstanding verbal and written communication skills, knowledge of Photoshop and a great work ethic, please apply with a resume and cover letter (PDF format please) explaining what makes you a great candidate.
Creating digital lookbooks, updating social media, boutique pickups/drop-offs, answering the phone, trend and market research. Please visit www.visual-therapy.com
This is a part-time internship for the Fall season. Minimum of three days per week are required, starting ASAP. School credit is preferred, but not required. Previous internships or experience in fashion required. This is an unpaid position.
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ELLY CLAY SOCIAL MEDIA INTERNSHIP DUTIES:
Primary role is to play an active role in developing the company’s online voice and tone.
• Choose daily content and engagement for brand on Instagram and Twitter
• Ensure consistency of messages across multiple networks.
• Serve as key day-to-day community and implementation manager for our brand and troubleshoot issues as they arise.
• Create weekly social media program status reports detailing key insights, popular content topics, and monitoring results.
• Offer key insights for improving programs to enhance results.
• Conduct and manage ongoing blogger outreach/key influencer programs. Actively enlist blogger affiliates in our program. Monitor their sites and make sure ads are active. Maintain relationships with affiliates.
• INCREASE followers on all social media platforms and help gain brand awareness
• Conduct research and create social media materials to support general business development opportunities.
• Exhibit understanding of online market and digital capabilities.
• Brainstorm/create exciting program executions/campaigns., ie contests, interactive campaigns with followers. Anything to promote the brand and the ELLY CLAY lifestyle
remote position, non paid internship, can receive college credit and product
kelly hoffert 2127262298 ELLY CLAY FOOTWEAR www.ellyclay.com
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natalia traficante 212.475.0500 Freshmade NYC www.freshmadenyc.com
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HITLAB is a cross-disciplinary healthcare innovation and teaching lab with a presence in the United States, India and Ghana. We ideate, create and evaluate innovative solutions to healthcare challenges for companies, foundations, multi-lateral agencies, and governments. In partnership with others whose missions aligns with ours, we independently and ethically design studies, programs and products to improve access to quality healthcare worldwide.
Why work at HITLAB?
HITLAB is an exciting place to work. At the forefront of cutting-edge biomedical and public health innovation, our teams explore complex and interesting problems that require urgent solutions and have high impact on global healthcare access and delivery. Team sizes are small and offer numerous leadership opportunities. Diversity is at the heart of our value system and work process, which makes for a rich learning environment. The nature of our mission ensures that our teams push boundaries of skill and knowledge, so they continue to grow throughout their tenure at HITLAB. Come join our team of people driven by collaboration, impact, and innovation
The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) will be an integral member of the research team that is working on clinical trials that aim to assess several novel technological devices for their ability to increase medication adherence in patients. The CRC's primary responsibilities will include enrolling and consenting patients, performing in-home visits to collect data from patients, track and report adverse events. The CRC will also be expected to enter data, transcribe in-person patient interviews, and assist with data analysis along with other appropriate support to the research team.
This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to learn and be part of innovation in healthcare. The position holder will have the opportunity to work with an array of experts across various therapeutic areas, as well as a cross-disciplinary team with expertise in innovation research, product design and development, user experience, monitoring and evaluation, and diffusion of technology.
A Registered Nurse with a current New York State license is required for this position.
A degree in a clinical field.
2-5 years of experience working as a nurse.
Knowledge of FDA regulatory requirements as they relate to device trials
Hands on experience of working on clinical trials through start up, execution and close out.
Familiarity with AE/SAE reporting.
Fluency in Spanish.
A valid driver's license.
What kind of individual succeeds HITLAB?
Openness to experience and new learning – Individuals who open to diverse experiences and enjoy learning do well at HITLAB. The challenge and diversity in projects at HITLAB provide for constant learning and growth opportunities to those who enjoy new experiences.
Adaptability and Sense making – Individuals who possess the ability to adapt and respond well to new situations, scenarios and challenges enjoy working at HITLAB. Those who are able to sense make and perform well in situations replete with ambiguity succeed at HITLAB.
Partnership and Team Work – Individuals who enjoy collaboration do well at HITLAB. The ability to creating new and sustaining old partnerships is the key to success at HITLAB. This includes collaborating with staff, consultants and partners.
High Initiative and a Passion to make a difference –Individuals who exhibit initiative by offering ideas, diverse perspectives, and are driven impact, succeed at HITLAB.
Excellent written and verbal communication – Those individuals who possess the ability to communicate in a clear, impactful and professional manner internally and externally with sponsors and partners succeed at HITLAB. The ability to translate complex ideas into simple form is a vital competency at HITLAB.
Interpersonal skills and positivity - Individuals who are fun to work with, are supportive team members, with a solution focused approach to life and work succeed at HITLAB.
This position requires Level 2 and Level 1 mandatory trainings. In addition the role incumbent will also be required to take attend FDA regulatory requirement refreshers on an annual basis. Other level 2 trainings which are relevant to this position include, project management, data management etc.
Salary: Will commensurate with experience
This position is 35 hours a week, and requires a commitment through the end of the 2014 calendar year with a possibility of the position being extended through 2015.
More information on the HIT Lab is available at:
Visit us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hitlab.org
HITLAB is an equal opportunity employer.
How to apply
How to apply:
Interested candidates should email their curriculum vitae, letter of interest explicitly stating fit with the position requirements, and contact information for three references.
Attention: Human Resources
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Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Conducting client intake; conducting legal research; drafting legal memoranda, advocacy letters and other legal papers; and litigating all phases of cases including drafting pleadings, engaging in motion practice, conducting trials, writing and arguing appeals and writing amicus briefs.
Conducting outreach to the community, and training lawyers, community groups, non-legal professionals and tenants on the rights of tenants and related affordable and fair housing issues.
Staffing off-site legal clinics.
Identifying issues for impact or class-action litigation or policy initiatives, including white papers and legislative advocacy campaigns.
Drafting white papers, conducting studies, presenting testimony, participating in and leading coalitions and advocacy campaigns related to tenants' rights, fair housing, and access to justice.
Lobbying on issues of importance to tenants and to the affordable housing advocacy community.
Inputting and maintaining records in case management system.
Admission to NYS Bar.
Fluency in Spanish sufficient to conduct an intake interview, draft correspondence and provide advice to clients, and handle client meetings and court appearances without the assistance of a translator or interpreter.
At least two years of experience representing tenants in New York City.
Interest in affordable and fair housing issues as evidenced by a policy paper, testimony, systemic study, affirmative federal litigation, leadership role in a coalition or similar effort.
Fluency with the RPAPL, RPL, HMC, RSL, NYC Administrative Code, NYCHA Rules, NYCCCA, CPLR, FHA, FDCPA and related statutes.
Excellent research and writing skills.
Ability to balance conducting intake, handling individual cases, working on affirmative litigation, and advocating for legislative or policy changes.
Willing to register as a lobbyist with New York City and New York State.
How to apply
Applicants should submit cover letter, resume and writing sample (preferably one that demonstrates the applicant's interest in affordable and fair housing issues) addressed to Elise Brown, Director of Litigation for Economic Justice, and transmitted by e-mail to email@example.com with "Housing Staff Attorney" in the subject line. Applications must be received by Monday, September 1, 2014. Early applications are appreciated. No telephone calls please.
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Candidates must have a passion for design along with great organization and communication skills. You will gain exposure and experience in all aspects of the design process- from scheming, to picking fabrics, furnishings and art, to client meetings and overseeing installations. This is a great opportunity for someone to build on previous Interior Design internships and take their skills to the next level. Potential for a long term position is possible in our growing office.
- Support the principal in preparation of designs to meet the clients program - Provide research, selections, budgeting and design presentations - Coordinate with vendors and manufacturers and manage material samples - Provide general admin support as required
- Proficiency in AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office - Graphic presentation and production skills with attention to detail will be preferred - Strive for high quality and innovative design solutions and show initiative in problem solving to see things through to completion - Remain calm and organized while managing work loads responsibly to meet deadlines - Genuine interest in interior design and contemporary design trends - Self-motivated and able to work independently while at the same time not being hesitant to ask questions
This is a two to three day unpaid internship, with a commuting stipend available and/or for college credit. Please submit a resume along with a portfolio. We will call to set up interviews with qualified applicants.
Again, the studio is based in Bronxville and being able to drive would be a key in getting the internship as the intern is required to drive to job sites.You should to be based in Westchester or NYC.
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