Job Opportunities

  • Recruiting Coordinator - Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.

    Application Deadline: 9/13/2024 11:59 PM | OVERALL FUNCTIONThe Recruiting Coordinator assists in the recruitment efforts of the Financial Representative (FR) career in the Greensboro office. This role is a member of the recruitment team and works closely with the leadership team to efficiently attract, recruit, select, and contract full-time and internship level financial representatives. Duties may include, but are not limited to: Recruiting, Sourcing, & SelectionCreate and execute on a recruiting plan to reach activity and full- time contract goalsActively participate in community clubs and organizations to promote and brand Northwestern MutualUtilize home office-supported software to maintain the candidate database and accurate records of prospects to ensure efficiency of the selection processPrepare candidate materialsSend appropriate communication to candidates for each step of the selection processCoordinate community and campus career fairs and other eventsAssist in building candidate leads listsProcess leads lists and add to the applicant tracking systemReview resumes and schedule initial interviewsConduct initial interviews with candidatesMaintain integrity and consistency of the selection processSchedule/reschedule all phases of the interview processAssist in administration and follow up of selection profile toolsCoordinate and execute any recruiting promotions/campaigns (mailings, publicity, contest tracking, etc.)Track and monitor recruiting activity and prepare reports as directedPrepare activity/results for leadership team meetings and coordinate regular meetings to review, assess, and establish actions based on the dataLiaison of the onboarding processProvide support to all leadership team members to facilitate the recruiting & selection process Qualification CriteriaBachelor’s degree requiredExperience in the financial services industry, preferably in sales, recruiting, or related fieldExcellent interpersonal skills with ability to work effectively with people at all levelsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsPassion for helping othersStrong personal network and/or community involvementAbility to maintain a high degree of confidentiality and professionalismHigh degree of personal organization and time management skillsStrong attention to detail and follow-throughAbility to organize and prioritize multiple tasksProficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and other Office products

  • Communications Intern - ITG Brands LLC

    Application Deadline: 9/13/2024 11:59 PM | ITG Brands is the nation’s third-largest tobacco company with offerings of some of the most well-known cigarette, cigar, and electronic vapor products. ITG Brands carries at its core, the mindset that, in order to succeed, a company must treat its people well and give them the tools they need to win. We are currently searching for a Communications Intern reporting to our People & Culture Team. Some of the areas this role will focus on are: - Produce compelling content that translates complex ideas into clear, concise language. - Develop targeted content optimized for the desired channels to inspire the intended actions and behaviors. - Distill input, feedback from multiple sources, and incorporate updates effectively. - Manage multiple, shifting timelines and requests efficiently. - Ensure ITGB’s quality and standards are upheld in all interactions and deliverables.

  • Program Director - Beyond Sports NC

    Application Deadline: 9/7/2024 11:59 PM | This person interacts with participants, partners, and supporting organizations with the highest standards of integrity and ethical behavior. Under the supervision of the Co-Founders and Community Engagement Director, this role will be responsible for Beyond Sports programming within the school system offered to Title 1 elementary and middle schools in Forsyth & Guilford County and additional programming under Beyond Sports providing access to sports through outreach programs within the community. Responsibilities Include: Title 1 school programming: o Responsible for the administration of programs and events at each of the elementary schools in your assigned area (may fluctuate based on need). This includes working with principals, administration and teachers at Beyond Sports schools to schedule clinics, field trips, field days, incentive days and other opportunities to provide Beyond Sports programs within the schools. o Responsible for the administration of programs and events at each of the middle schools in your assigned area (may fluctuate based on need). This includes working with principals, administration, coaches and teachers at Beyond Sports schools to schedule preseason clinics, support for athletic events, incentive days and other opportunities to provide Beyond Sports programs within the schools. Work with athletic director and coaches to provide resources and equipment needs. o Communicate schedule and needs to allow recruitment of appropriate staffing/volunteers for events with Beyond Sports staff. o Work with Beyond Sports staff to help identify additional opportunities in the schools in the Forsyth community when expansion funds become available. o Track measurables of impact of Beyond Sports programming consistent with other Pods within the organization o Ensure program excellence and assist with curriculum development to ensure consistent brand and programming. Outreach Programs: Saturday soccer / Adaptive Programming o In charge of all aspects of programs. This includes programming, scheduling, volunteer communication and participant registration and communication. o Asist with growth of program offerings when funding becomes available. - General/other o Develop relationships with local sports organizations, high school and college athletic programs to build opportunities for volunteers and mentors. o Assist with fundraising events as needed (bowling, jamborees, future events). o Assist with additional programming growth of Beyond Sports (summer). o Assist with the development of curriculum for recess games and coaching resources. o Work with partner organizations to develop opportunities to create community impact. o Create marketing and social media posts to promote events, partnerships, impact and volunteer highlights. o Consistently communicate with the Executive Directors, staff members, volunteers, and the individuals Beyond Sports NC serves. o Other tasks as assigned by supervisors. Requirements: - Must love kids and have a passion for mentorship & service to others. - Able to teach and relate to youth. - General knowledge of a variety of sports. - Reliable transportation, able to travel to schools and outreach programming locations. - Must be able to work occasional nights / weekend events. - Self-motivated and independent worker. - Solid communication skills both written and verbal. - Organized, flexible & creative. To apply, submit cover letter and resume to

  • Intern - Philanthropy - Cone Health

    Application Deadline: 8/13/2024 11:59 PM | OverviewPOSITION DESCRIPTIONReporting directly to a Philanthropy Officer, this individual will be responsible for helping with the day-to-day operations around the Office of Philanthropy at Cone Health. This person supports the promotion of organizational events and ongoing communications with external audiences in our service areas, primarily through our sponsorship of the Wyndham Golf Tournament in early August. Other duties may also be assigned as needed. **Nights and weekends will be required for some events, including the Wyndham Golf Tournament from Monday, August 4 until Sunday, August 11. This position will be a hybrid format of both in-person and virtual work from home. This internship position is a time-limited, temporary position with a start date of June 3rd, 2024. The total number of hours that an intern can work during this timeframe is 250 hours. Interns hired for the summer cohort will be enrolled in Campus Greensboro’s Summer Fellows Program. This is an in person, professional development training program sponsored by Cone Health. Some hours of program participation will be paid. ** Applicants, please include your GPA in your resume detail.** Responsibilities DUTIES Support database management reporting, constituent updates, and loading event RSVP listsManage Cone Health's role at the Wyndham Golf Tournament including ticket management, attendee outreach, and reportingAssist with solicitation mailers, database management, and reportingSupport the entire Cone Health Philanthropy teamAny other duties as assigned by the Philanthropy Officer Qualifications EDUCATION:3.0 GPA or higher and a junior, senior or graduate student EXPERIENCE:Passion for fundraising and philanthropic workExperience with non-profit work through community service or researchInterest in health care and wellnessProven ability to work with consideration and respect for cross-cultural differencesExcellent spoken and written communication skillsAbility to work independently and take initiativeWillingness to integrate into the teamProficient in Microsoft programs including word, excel, power point and publisherSkills in database management (Salesforce) and willingness to learn LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRY/LISTING:REQUIREDDrivers License | Valid Drivers LicensePREFERRED

  • Education Coordinator - The Center for Visual Artists

    Application Deadline: 7/18/2024 11:59 PM | CVA’s Mission is to support and engage visual artists and community through education, exhibition, and outreach opportunities. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a gallery, classrooms, and studios based in the downtown Greensboro Cultural Center at 200 N. Davie St. Our website is ABOUT THE EDUCATION COORDINATOR ROLE The position of Education Coordinator at the CVA is an important job! As a non-profit, the CVA relies heavily on our high quality, engaging educational programming in the visual arts for revenue. The Education Coordinator hires, trains, coaches, and manages instructors in three program areas that are essential to the CVA’s mission: 1) Art in the Afternoon, our after-school art-based childcare program; 2) Summer Art Camps that run from June – August each year; and 3) the Pottery and Ceramics Studio program, which runs year-round. The individual who will succeed and thrive in this role is an experienced elementary educator; an excellent collaborator; an organized time and resource manager; a leader in their community; and an individual committed to customer service. On a typical day as Education Coordinator at CVA, you might be: Planning a training session for instructors and volunteersSetting up registration for camps or classes in our registration system, Wild Apricot Collaborating with other CVA staff to develop educational content related to the exhibition currently on view in the CVA gallery Creating an email newsletter to send to after-school students’ families Consulting with an instructor about changes they have proposed to classroom curriculum Interviewing and/or coaching instructors Speaking with a parent about challenges a student faces and how to address them Because we are a small, local organization, there are times the Education Coordinator may also be called upon to work from our gallery front desk or assist with planning and organizing for projects like CVA’s fundraisers and the end of summer camp student exhibition. REPORTING STRUCTURE The Education Coordinator reports to the Director of Operations, and along with the CVA’s Art + Community Coordinator, is part of the CVA’s core management team. The Education Coordinator leads a team of three after-school instructors, a pottery studio manager and instructors, and 8-12 summer camp instructors (seasonally), as well as a group of summer camp volunteers (most high school aged). SCHEDULE/BENEFITS/SALARY RANGE The Education Coordinator role is a 30 to 35-hour-per week position at present; however, the CVA’s goals are to increase the role to full time. The pay scale for this role is between $34,000 and $37,000 annually, depending on the candidate’s experience. We cannot offer healthcare or retirement benefits now; however, we can provide paid vacation time (two weeks per year), and discounts on our classes, camps, and artwork for sale. IS THIS POSITION FOR YOU? It is if you know the importance of visual arts in our lives and communities and you are: Experienced at elementary education, from curriculum development to classroom management A quick, flexible thinker who’s interested in continual learning Organized about scheduling and time management (for yourself and others) A systems thinker who is able to see how pieces fit together into a whole A logical, clear communicator who can guide others toward common goals Someone who believes that children are developing humans who are fundamentally good and worthy of respect and care, and who knows (or is interested in learning) principles of Conscious Discipline Art-teaching experience is nice but not required; however, an interest in the visual arts and willingness to explore and learn is essential APPLICATION PROCESS If you are interested in applying, please send your resume and letter of interest to as soon as possible. We will keep receiving applications until the right candidate is found!If your application is moved through our initial screening, you’ll be informed and asked to complete an online assessment that helps us determine your interests and “fit” for our community.Once you complete the assessment, you’ll be asked to meet with the Director of Operations and a member of the CVA Board for a formal in-person interview.The final candidate(s) will have an additional interview (virtual if necessary) with our full education team, and we’ll check your references.At the CVA, we are committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment.