Thursday, July 30, 2015

Internship Opportunity: Viacom

Viacom is looking to hire interns in a variety of departments for Fall 2015! A Viacom / VMN Internship allows college students to work in an innovative, progressive, fast paced and professional environment. Students are exposed to all levels of the company, which has proven to be an invaluable experience to individuals interested in pursuing a career in the entertainment industry. 

Viacom / Viacom Media Networks is one of the world’s leading creators of entertainment content, with brands that engage and connect diverse audiences across television, online, mobile, games, virtual worlds and consumer products. Recognized throughout the world, Viacom / Viacom Media Networks’ diverse holdings include interests in television, digital media, publishing, home video, radio, recorded music, recreation, licensing and merchandising. 

Viacom Has Internships in the Following Departments:
Business Development, Business & Legal Affairs, Consumer Products, Design, Development, Editorial, Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems & Technology, International, Marketing, Market Research, Music & Media Licensing, Music & Talent, National Advertising Sales, On-Air Graphics, Public Relations, Production, Productions Management, Programming, Public Affairs, Special Events, Talent & Casting, Tape Library, Web/Digital/Multimedia

- Viacom's internships are paid at a standard competitive hourly rate
- Open to Juniors, Seniors, Masters students, and Law students
- Minimum 2 full days per week for 10 weeks
- College credit not required, but can be provided if necessary

To find more details and apply, head to CareerLink. Job ID# 48373

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Full-Time Opportunity: BruteForce Solutions, Inc.

BruteForce Solutions is looking to hire a full-time .NET Developer to support scaling of infrastructure to support growing utilization of core commercial applications

.NET Developer

Responsibilities include:
- Developing custom applications at client request
- Developing custom reporting for in-house applications
- Providing application modification at client request
- Application troubleshooting and remediation

Salary: $55,000

Desired skills and knowledge:
Must have latest version of .NET skills and web development experience
- C#, .NET, Windows operating systems
- XML, JSON, Web Services
- Microsoft SQL Server database engine
- Specific knowledge of the XMPP network protocol
- Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft Team Foundation Server
- Entity Framework
- AJAX and jQuery
- JSON REST interfaces

To find more details and apply, head to CareerLink. Job ID# 49493

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Full-Time Opportunities: Search For Change organization

Search for Change is looking to hire recent graduates for two full-time positions. Applicants should have a psychology or social science background. This organization is located in Westchester and Putnam Counties.

1 - Residential Counselor - The goal of the counselor is to teach the skills and provide or secure the support necessary for adults with serious mental illness in SfC residential services to achieve their overall rehabilitation goal and move on to more independent living.

Responsibilities include:
- Delivering Medicaid-reimbursable restorative services that are directly related to the achievement of the client's independent living goals. This includes, but is not limited to, being very hands-on with clients in modeling various daily life skills (i.e making beds, cleaning bathrooms, preparing meals, etc.)
- Creating and maintaining the service plans, progress notes, and other written documentation required to support the client's services
- Ensuring that clients receive the proper types and amounts of medication as prescribed by their physician
- Driving clients to community based programs, appointments, and other services on a daily basis

Salary: $13.00-13.50 per hour

Ideal candidates should possess:
- Bachelor's degree in psychology, social work or related field and some experience in the mental health field preferred
- Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalency required and five years of experience working in a rehabilitation environment
- Bilingual a plus
- A valid driver's license for more than three years and insurability as adriver on SfC's auto policy required

For more details, and to apply today, head to CareerLink. Job ID# 49581

2 - Vocational Counselor Coordinator - The Vocational Counselor Coordinator conducts individualized vocational assessments for interested applicants or ACCES referrals to the program, assists the clients in developing their appropriate job search skills, and works with the Job Developer to connect the client to an appropriate job match

Responsibilities include:
- Assessing a client’s strengths and barriers to employment using Diagnostic Vocational Evaluation (DVE)
- Working with clients to assess and develop soft skills applicable to vocational
- Job search assistance through utilization of all community resources (i.e. employment agencies, state employment services, classified advertisements, local job fairs, networking)
- Job development by establishing cooperative relations with local employers:
- Marketing program to prospective employers
- Developing internships through advocacy work for clients in the community
- Providing weekly individualized meetings with graduates and primary clients
- Maintaining documentation to support progress made
- Conducting screening interviews with potential ACCES-VR clients
- Job coaching as necessary

Salary: $14.00-$14.50 per hour

Ideal candidate should possess:
- Bachelor's degree in Business/Marketing or Human Services plus 1-2 years experience doing job placement or supported employment preferred
- Excellent presentation, interpersonal and communication skills required 
- Valid driver’s license and insurability as a driver under SfC’s auto policy is required

For more details, and to apply today, head to CareerLink. Job ID# 48929

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Full Time Opportunity: Fordham University Career Services

Hey recent Fordham Graduates! Fordham University's Office of Career Services is looking for a full time Marketing and Student Engagement Coordinator. The office is seeking an ambitious and engaging recent graduate with a "good eye" for design and excellent writing skills. 

Marketing and Student Engagement Coordinator responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Creating, implementing and executing a comprehensive marketing plan for the Office of Career Services; both campuses. 
- Collaborating with Director and Associate Directors to create the foundation necessary to maintain the brand for the Office of Career Services and increase awareness and strength of the Fordham Futures brand on campus and nationally. 
- Overseeing creation of office brochures, posters/flyers, event marketing materials and related publications and website.
- Creating opportunities through technology and other means to better promote events, programming and services at both campuses.
- Managing all social media initiatives (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest & Blogger) and develops content when necessary; ensures brand unity across all channels, and partners with student ambassadors on content and branding.
- Advancing Employer Relations initiatives of the university and department; maintains relationships with recruiters and promotes their events and job openings via blog and social media.
- Collaborating with Student Engagement Strategists to promote CareerInsights
- Seeking out training in Dreamweaver, Jadu and other technological areas to implement changes to website.
- Developing, directing, and editing video projects as necessary; collaborating with the Marketing Department on YouTube video release.
- Managing a caseload of graduating seniors to ensure post-graduate plans are reported.
- Providing career counseling to Fordham students utilizing the Fordham Futures model, once trained on our counseling model and approach. 

To find more details and apply, head to CareerLink. Job ID# 49699

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Full Time Opportunity: Mount Sinai Medical Center

Mount Sinai Medical Center is hiring a full time Clinical Research Assistant in the Department of Surgery. Applicants should work well within a team, be excellent communicators, and have solid time management skills. This position is a two-year commitment.

Clinical Research Assistant - assists in the daily clinical research study activities, including: the collection, maintenance, and organization of study documents and data, preparation of grant applicants and regulatory documents for the Institutional Review Board and Grants and Contracts Office, delivery and shipment of clinical specimens, and the coordination of all study-related procedures, visits, and meetings.

Minimum Education 
- Bachelor's Degree with an expressed interest in science

Minimum Related Experience 
- One year of experience in a research environment preferred

Minimum Computer Skills 
- Intermediate MS Word, Excel, Access, Outlook 
- Experience with SAS and SPSS preferred

General Skills 
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Outstanding ability to work well with others in team setting
- Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy
- Solid time management skills and ability to multitask

Interested applicants may send their resumes to

Full-Time Opportunity: Fulbright-Clinton Fellowship

Check out some of the unique opportunities provided by The Fulbright-Clinton Fellowship today!

- The Fulbright-Clinton Fellowship provides opportunities for U.S. citizens to serve in professional placements in a foreign government ministry or institution within partner governments. Fulbright-Clinton fellows build mutual understanding and contribute to strengthening the public sector while gaining hands-on public sector experience. The Fulbright-Clinton Fellowship also includes an independent academic study/research component.
- Fulbright-Clinton fellows function in a “special assistant” role for a senior level official. The goal of the professional placements is to build the fellows’ knowledge and skills, provide support to partner country institutions, and promote long-term ties between the U.S. and the partner country. The U.S. Embassy, with the Fulbright Commission (where applicable), will identify host ministries and provide administrative support and oversight during the fellow’s program.

Available Countries/Organizations African Union, Burma (Myanmar), Guatemala, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Kosovo, Malawi, Nepal, PerĂº, Samoa, Timor-Leste, and Ukraine.  
- Candidates must have a Master’s degree with an area of focus that is applicable to public policy, and two years of professional work experience.
Program Contact
Jermaine Jones: Email:; Telephone:  212.984.5341

For additional information on the program, please explore the following link: Fulbright-Clinton Fellowship 
You can also view a brief tutorial video here:

Also, you can participate in one of the upcoming Fulbright-Clinton Webinars

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Internship Opportunity: Mad Riot Entertainment

Looking for a media internship for the Fall? Producer Mark Canton's New York shingle, Mad Riot Entertainment, is looking to hire NYC based interns for the Fall Semester 2015. They are looking for self-motivated individuals that are passionate about development and production in film and TV. 

Responsibilities include reading scripts, writing coverage, research, and general administrative tasks. Previous film/office work is preferred.

To apply, please send cover letters and resumes to with the subject line FALL 2015 INTERNSHIP. Please note that this internship is unpaid but they do offer support for students to receive academic credit as well as a stipend for lunch. If possible, it is encouraged to also send sample script coverage or a comparable writing sample.

For more details, head to CareerLink. Job ID# 49254

Career Fair: Expo for VETERANS and People with disABILITIES

CAREERS & the disABLED magazine is holding a Career Expo for People with disABILITIES & VETERANS! 

Meet with Fortune 500 companies and government agencies looking to recruit new talent. You must Pre-Register online in order to attend this event.

When: Friday, July 17, 2015, 10:00 am. - 3:00 pm.
Where: Wyndham New Yorker Hotel
481 8th Avenue & 34th Street

To view the event flyer, please click HERE.

To Pre-Register, go to:
- This Event is FREE to attend
- Must dress in business attire
- Bring numerous printed resumes
- Must be at least 18 years old

Monday, July 6, 2015

Full-Time Opportunities: Scholastic, Inc.

Scholastic, Inc. is looking for two full-time workers to join their team! Applicants should be passionate about education and technology, and be interested in influencing the next generation of technologies for a leading publishing and educational provider.

1. Portfolio Business Analyst - Analyst works closely with the portfolio lead in the Scholastic Portfolio Management office in the Technology Services group to support strategy and business case creation, road map development, and governance for technology programs.

Responsibilities include:

- Supporting overall and program-specific road map refinement
- Assisting with Program Portfolio View updates
- Preparing executive communications

Ideal candidate should possess:

- Bachelor's Degree
- Passion for the publishing sector, education and technology
- Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
- Exceptional presentation skills
- Ability to task manage and prioritize activities efficiently
- Knowledge and experience managing projects
- Strong familiarity with Microsoft Office tools

For more details and to apply today, head to CareerLink. Job ID# 48641

2. Junior Systems Analyst - Analyst will work under the guidance of the Systems team leadership to operate as a liaison between teams supporting Scholastic's transformation efforts and the DevOps and automation teams maintaining the core systems and technologies that support the transformation efforts.

Responsibilities include:

- Communicating and receiving feedback on how Scholastic's technology automation and governance policies and processes are being consumed by the teams supporting transformation efforts
- Assisting and communicating the enforcement of Scholastic's governance of the use of hybrid cloud solutions that support transformation efforts
- Assist with the maintenance of Scholastic's automation and governance documentation and collaboration repositories

Ideal candidates should possess:

- Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or equivalent required
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Discretion and discipline in the communication of sensitive financial details
- Strong analytical skills with Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and managing lists of financials and asset data
- Knowledge of systems development methodologies, definition, design, and testing
- Knowledge of Amazon Web Services, Atlassian products, open source technology stacks, and cloud computing concepts and principles strongly preferred

For more details and to apply today, head to CareerLink. Job ID# 48623

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Full-Time Opportunities: Information Builders

Information Builders is looking for two full time positions to join its team! Candidates should be positive, professional, and possess excellent communication and problem solving skills.

1. Technical Writer I - Technical Writers in the Technical Content Management department support release documentation projects for multiple products within or across Information Builders product divisions.

Responsibilities include:

- Managing release doc projects for product releases
- Coordinating roll-out schedules in specified time-frames
- Developing workload plans, project plans and, roll-out schedules
- Supporting release technical writing tasks, such as updates, enhancements, and new features
- Installing and testing development software to update release documentation
- Independently learning company's software products, planning your time, communicating project status, multi-tasking
- Supporting creation of indexes and glossaries and learning how to create them

Ideal candidate possesses:

A Bachelor's Degree in Technical Writing or a related field
- Working knowledge of: Microsoft Office, FrameMaker, XML/DITA, or a content management system editor for creating technical documents.
- 1-3 years technical writing experience in a software development setting or related field.
- Working knowledge of a typical software development projects’ workflow, the techniques used to manage development software content updates, and software development technical writing best practices.
- Ability to learn the software products associated with assigned projects
- Excellent technical writing skills

For more details and to apply today, head to CareerLink. Job ID# 48433

2. Technical Software Support Representative - after significant training, representatives provide technical support to Information Builders' customers and employees with application deployment, debugging, and problem determination

Responsibilities include:

- Solving problems and answering questions quickly, efficiently and courteously
- Meeting and exceeding customer satisfaction and responsiveness goals
- Providing front-line technical support predominantly of a post sales nature
- Acquiring technical knowledge of Information Builders products in order to address - customer problems and questions by attending internal training classes
- Creating Symptom Problem Solutions (SPSs) and technical documents
- Learning and adopting time management skills to accommodate changing workloads 

Ideal candidate possesses:

- College degree (preferably in computer science) or equivalent experience
- One to two years of technical support or equivalent experience
- Knowledge of WebFOCUS or FOCUS a plus
- Experience with two or more operating systems
- At least one year experience working with Java or .NET in the web environment
- Willingness to work a flexible schedule as needed

For more details and to apply today, visit CareerLink. Job ID# 33290