This internship will be part of the First Tennessee Bank International Operations group.
Position is located in Memphis, TN.

This Internship will provide:

• Knowledge of the company’s First Power culture, its Core Values, vision, and mission statements.
• A broader perspective on how First Horizon services the community and region as a whole.
• The opportunity to acquire specific skills that are needed to achieve professional goals and aspirations.
• Hands-on work experience in an industry leading corporate environment.
• The opportunity to create and present a final project to Senior and Executive Management indicative of knowledge and skills acquired during the Internship experience.
• The opportunity to participate in and/or lead the completion of, assigned, short-term projects requested by managers.
• Participation in a community service project.

Our Internship program is a 9 week PAID program that starts on June 6, 2016 and ends on August 5, 2016.

HOURS:
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. or 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
(will average 40 hours per week)

The Intern position will support various managers and activities within the department. Primarily, the position will assist with completion of clerical tasks and evaluation of processes. The products serviced by the International Department include:
• Foreign Currency Exchange
• Foreign check processing
• Import/Export document processing (and related international payments)
• Letters of Credit

Will participate in the following projects:
• Consolidation of data relating to processing of Foreign Checks to help create an updated approval process and schedule for future handling of customers’ foreign items.
• Assistance with the format and updating of a database for Canadian checks to help streamline the daily and monthly operational requirements for the Canadian Cash Letter process.
• Participation in an ongoing project to upgrade to a new platform for Retail branches ordering foreign currency. Project includes multiple departments and technology elements in addition to communication and training for Retail personnel.

**2.75 GPA Required*

Qualifications:
▪ Demonstrated ability to use all Microsoft Office 2003 & 2007 applications (Outlook, Word and Excel).
Prefer advanced Excel user with pivot table experience. Access database construction and management experience would be useful.
▪ Good organizational skills, detail oriented, and ability to prioritize tasks. Comfortable taking direction from multiple people.
▪ Strong written/verbal communication skills; comfortable communicating with customers and all levels of employees.
▪ Ability to work independently and as part of a team on simultaneous projects or initiatives.
▪ Good analysis, research, and problem-solving skills
▪ Experience with general office administrative and clerical tasks

Apply at https://re31.ultipro.com/FIR1007/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*006A5A112F98D594

 

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The Neighborhood Christian Centers, Inc. is looking for a ministry minded person.  NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. Anyone interested in applying and want to be considered for an interview, please forward your résumé to kjones@ncclife.org no later than 12:00 pm on Wednesday, February 10, 2016. Please see the job description below.

PLACEMENT & PROGRAM SUPPORT

JOB DESCRIPTION

STATUS: Part-Time \ HOURS: 25 Hours per week

COMPENSATION:  TBD

General Purpose of Position:

Provide support to the Director in the daily operations of the site.

 Responsibilities:

  • Should have a thorough knowledge of the The House’s departmental policies and procedures manual.
  • Should exhibit a pleasant demeanor with neighbors, agency representatives and staff when answering the phone, greeting guests and neighbors and when performing other daily tasks.
  • Prepare the sites for programs by arranging the available office space to host the programs.
  • Aggressively recruit participants for WorkLife, WES and all other programs and events (proved by weekly status updates). Recruiting includes letting neighbors know about the programs that are available at the site.
  • Should be able to identify the needs of participants to maximize their optimal potential.
  • Create and maintain relationships with participants.  Make follow-up calls to participants as needed.
  • Should be able to identify needs and direct in right direction.
  • Assist with maintaining an environment for learning during programs.
  • Maintain accurate/updated office files for program participants.
  • Utilize the referral information per the departmental manual to assist with other services that NCC may not offer or have the available sources to accommodate the needs.
  • Attend all departmental meetings and program planning sessions.

 

Qualifications and Aptitudes:

  • Associates’ Degree in Social Work or related field preferred.
  • 1-2 years’ experience in case management.
  • Desire to work in urban ministry preferred.
  • Ability to lift 20 lbs.
  • Must possess interpersonal skills to work with adults.
  • Must have strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to demonstrate knowledge and use of MS Office Suite (WORD, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
  • Interest in and ability to articulate the NCC Statement of Faith, Mission, and Values.

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Girls Inc is accepting applications for our leadership program for girls in grades 8-12. Each year we select 20 girls to represent our organization at various events in the city. Girls must submit an application and go through our interview process. Girls will gain skills in leadership, workforce development and communication. This is also a wonderful opportunity for girls who are looking to gain community hours for their college profile. Girls will also have the opportunity to be selected for internships during the summer(grades 10-12 only) at one of our summer camp facilities.  GLEE leaders are also responsible for developing and coordinating our “Annual Girls Summit “in May.

I have attached the printable application and flyer to apply. Only girls that are serious about applying for this program should apply. Applications are asked to be submitted by Friday, December 27. Interview process will begin in January 2014. Girls will be notified via mail if they are selected.

Thanks

Tanjay Cunningham

Girls University Coordinator

Girls Incorporated of Memphis
2670 Union Ext, suite 606
Memphis, TN 38112

Center: 901-331-1160

Office:  901-523-0217 ext 210
Fax:      901-523-0456

tcunningham@girlsincmemphis.org

The ideal candidate will be experienced in office management (i.e. payable, correspondence, and minutes) and executive support related tasks. The candidate will be able to work independently with little or no supervision.  The person must be exceedingly well organized, flexible and enjoy the administrative challenges of supporting a multi-partner public and social services program.  The ability to interact with diverse staff and program partners, sometimes under pressure, remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient, with a high level of confidentiality and professionalism is crucial to this role.   Strong written and verbal communication skills, strong decision making ability, strong computer skills and attention to detail are equally important.  This position supports the  Board of Directors and other executive level staff.

 

Required Experience:

  • BA Degree in business-related area a plus
  • Three years work-related experience, preferably as an executive assistant, executive secretary or administrative assistant

 

Applicant resume and salary requirements should be sent toAssistant@memphiscrime.org . The position is posted until filled.

 

Streets Ministries is currently accepting application for our Summer Institute Program. Summer Institute is a five week writing intensive program with oral communication, life skills, and math intertwined. Any sophomore or junior who has a least a GPA of a 2.7 may apply (BTW, Kingsbury, Middle College High).  The program runs from May 28, 2013 until June 28, 2013. They will spend four weeks at the University of Memphis campus, and the final week at the University of Alabama campus. Participants will also receive a stipend for their participation.  If students are interested they can pick up an  application from Streets Ministries. Streets Ministries is located at 430 Vance Avenue.

If they have any questions, or for a complete list of schools, they may contact me at carmen@streetsministries.org or via phone at 901-830-5749.

The due date for the application is Friday, March 8, 2013.

 
Carmen Coleman
Streets Ministries

carmen@streetsministries.org

JOB OPENING:  Office Coordinator

DeafConnect is a nonprofit agency providing communication (sign language), advocacy, awareness, and education to the
Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing community and those businesses which serve them.

Minimum requirements for this full time position:
Bachelor’s degree or 5 years experience in accounting, data processing and administrative management

Duties include, but not limited to:
• Supervising clerical employees
• Maintaining efficient working environment
• Handling customer inquiries, complaints, and collections
• Coordinate communication services (scheduling interpreting services) for Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals and the requesting businesses or institutes
• Using office software, including MS Office and CYMA
• Knowledge of bookkeeping principles and procedures
• Maintaining office services by organizing office operations and procedures: preparing payroll, controlling
correspondence, designing filing systems, reviewing supply requisitions, monitoring clerical functions
• Ensuring security and confidentiality of data

The ideal individual will:
• Be able to multitask
• Possess excellent oral and written communication skills
• Demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness
• Possess an understanding of deafness and its culture
• Have sign language skills

The posting will remain open until filled.

We are an equal opportunity employer. Inquiries should be directed to:
DeafConnect of the Mid-South, 901.278.9307, dc@deafconnectmidsouth.org