This internship is expected to start in May 2014 and continue through July/August 2014. Interns must be eligible to receive college credit, or be satisfying an academic requirement, in order to be considered. This is a full-time internship at 40 hours per week.
The primary focus of this internship is to support and assist in the financial operations of our organization. The Finance & Accounting Intern will assist with data entry, processing payable, coding expenses, and preparing financial reports, as well as any other tasks that contribute to the efficiencies of the Finance Department.
• Assist with review of expense reports for required receipts, approval, and coding.
• Assist with review of invoices submitted by departments for payment
• Assist with coding and booking of invoices and credit card statements and other payables
• Filing and assisting with maintenance of current filing system
• Assist with creation of various financial reports and distribution to departments
• Assist departments and vendors with coding questions and payment status requests, if needed
• Other duties as assigned
Benefit to Intern:
• Basic experience with Quickbooks
• Working knowledge of account coding and processing of payables and receivables
• Experience with financial reporting and budget analysis
• Understanding of processes and systems required to ensure efficiencies of finance staff
• Experience working with an amateur sport organization
• Experience working for a non-profit organization
Percentage of duties:
50% - Data entry and financial reporting
35% - Customer service and vendor interactions
15% - All other duties assigned
Interns should possess a passion for excellence in customer service, strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail and systems oriented.
Interns may apply though the end of the day on Friday, April 25th.
Questions about this internship can be directed to David Daly, Accounting Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 720-508-8005.
When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:
1. Are you able to get school credit for this internship?
2. Are you willing and able to relocate at your own expense?
3. Do you have prior accounting/finance experience/knowledge?
Rugby Development Officer - Rugby New Jersey - Rugby New Jersey (Pine Brook, NJ)
The Rugby New Jersey Development Officer is responsible for growing all aspects of youth and high school rugby throughout the state through the creation and implementation of a state development plan.
This position will work closely in support of Rugby New Jersey, USA Rugby Youth and High School Department Staff, key stakeholders and partners to ensure the successful delivery, development, monitoring and evaluation of key youth rugby projects, in line with Rugby New Jersey’s Strategic Plan.
The Rugby NJ Development Officer aims to provide opportunities for rugby participation for all youth and high school age children throughout the state. This position often works with organizations such as schools, charities, and government bodies to deliver government initiatives relating to sport and physical education requirements. They distribute information and organize rugby projects, camps, programs, coaching courses, and training for all levels of talent and competition.
Identifying sport, recreation and health initiatives and overseeing strategic planning and implementation.
Coordinating, delivering and promoting relevant activities, classes and events, often within a specific community or to targeted groups.
Employing, training, supporting, developing and managing coaches and volunteer staff.
Raising public awareness of health and fitness issues and promoting participation in rugby, particularly amongst underrepresented groups.
Evaluating and monitoring activities and projects using performance indicators.
Maintaining records and producing written reports.
Attending local, regional and national meetings, seminars and conferences.
Liaising with clubs to develop best practice in coaching, youth development and issues such as safeguarding to manage clubs effectively.
Working in partnership with schools initiatives to encourage participation in rugby.
Developing a range of partnerships with organizations and initiatives focused on health education, criminal justice and community regeneration.
Managing resources and a budget and identifying potential opportunities for external funding.
Maintaining links with state, regional and national sporting representatives and organizations.
Working within specific guidelines, e.g. equal opportunities, health and safety, child protection.
Offering coaching and supervision when appropriate.
Excellent organizational ability and effective communication skills.
Ability to prioritize workload and meet deadlines.
Able to work and consult with a wide range of professionals and partners.
Ability to use initiative to achieve outcomes.
Demonstrate a sound knowledge of sports development principles.
Awareness of key issues relating to growing the game of rugby.
Experience of working with the voluntary sports club sector and the delivery of coach education and development programs.
Decision Making - Ability to make decisions and analyze impact in relation to outcomes.
Self Development - You keep up to date with the latest issues, trends and advances in the field of sport development.
Customer Orientation – You provide a professional, polite and high quality service.
Motivation – You create a good team spirit and know how to motivate others.
Forward thinking – Ability to plan ahead to ensure effective programming.
Experience of developing clubs.
Communicates with internal/external parties in a manner which builds confidence in our ability to deliver as an organization.
Communicates consistently in a positive and influential manner.
Ensures relevant information is communicated to the right people, in the right style, at the right time.
Builds productive working relationships with internal and external colleagues.
Works with others in a manner which gives them confidence in your intentions.
Understands and meets the needs of others.
Planning and Organizing:
Recognizes the need to be flexible in order to meet changing priorities.
Uses a systematic approach to make efficient use of time and manage workload.
Develop and supports collaborative working across and within teams.
Utilizes shared capability within the team.
Facilitates the completion of team goals.
Values and makes use of the skills, knowledge and experience of all the teams they work with.
Maintains a high standard of work and seeks to continuously improve.
Focuses personal attention on the specific details that are critical to achieving results.
Part-time volunteer position 15-30 hours per week.
Schedule may vary weekly.
Start up plan to include building a revenue base to enable compensation.
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