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4 positions in this category.
  • Book Keeping/Financial Management Internship

    Posted Date: 1/23/2020
    Job Summary
    Organize and summarize receipts and expenditures. Set up Quickbooks and more.
    Essential duties and responsibilities
    Set up quick books. Enter receipts and expenditures. Track spending, income and donations.
    Qualifications
    Good understanding of Quickbooks. Fluent with math. Some understanding of nonprofit finance.
    Education and experience
    Some business experience preferably in finance and non profit.
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  • Multicultural Fellowship in Collections Management

    Posted Date: 1/14/2020
    Job Summary
    POSITION PURPOSE:
    This Fellowship is intended to provide real world experience and skills in Collections Management and Registration to students from backgrounds that are historically under-represented in the museum field generally and curatorial departments specifically. The Fellow will drive a major portion of the Museum’s work to align its collections with the Museum’s mission as outlined in the Strategic Plan.

    LEARNING OUTCOMES:
    • At the completion of the fellowship term, the Fellow will be experienced with provenance research, the principles of sustainable collections management, determinations of collections significance, PastPerfect software, museum registration methods, collections documentation, object handling, and deaccessioning processes.
    • The Fellow will also have observed senior leadership in other areas of museum operations as determined by the Fellow’s interests.

    TIME COMMITMENTS: This is a single semester long position; 15 weeks during the Spring or Fall or 10 weeks during the Summer. The Fellow will be required to complete 240 hours for Spring or Fall semesters or 160 hours for the Summer.
    This is approximately 16 hours per week. Hours must be completed between Monday and Friday.

    COMPENSATION: The position pays $12/hour. Fellows will be paid a total of $2,880 for a Spring or Fall semester or $1,920 for the summer.
    Essential duties and responsibilities
    AREA OF FOCUS:
    The Fellow position will focus on deaccessioning a large doll collection dating from 1800-1980s. This project will encompass the entire deaccession process.
    Tasks will include:
    • Performing provenance research on historic collections
    • Reviewing old museum documentation and examining the physical objects to update catalog records and complete deaccession paperwork.
    • Completing object inventory and repacking for safe transport
    • Completing the necessary computer and analog documentation once the objects have been deaccessioned.
    Qualifications
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Eligible applicants will:
    • Be currently enrolled in or have recently graduated from an undergraduate program at an accredited college or university.
    • Identify with a group underrepresented in museums, including, but not limited to, Black/African American, Asian, Latina/o/x, Native American, or Pacific Islander.
    Education and experience
    Eligible applicants will:
    • Be currently enrolled in or have recently graduated from an undergraduate program at an accredited college or university.
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  • HMIS Data Entry Specialist - Internship

    Posted Date: 1/13/2020
    Job Summary
    Changing Homelessness, Inc. has a data entry internship position open in our Information Management Systems department. The position is a part-time, hourly, non-exempt position paying $15.00 per hour. If you are interested, please submit a cover letter and your resume to resumeschi@gmail.com

    Changing Homelessness, Inc. (CHI) coordinates homeless services in Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. As the Continuum of Care (CoC) And Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Lead Agency, CHI manages $6 million in funding from the State and Federal government. This position will report directly to the Director of Information Management Systems, and will work closely with the HMIS System Administration team, Data Quality Committee and CHI Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing Community Member Agencies to develop and implement data entry policies and procedures to capture program outcomes as well as facilitate and coordinate the direct input of client information into HMIS.
    Essential duties and responsibilities
    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Enter client intake forms into the HMIS within 3-5 days of initial intake.
    • Responsible for entering data collected from completed forms into the web-based Homeless Management Network (HMIS) tool, ClientTrack™, including all HUD-required universal data elements. Client Intake forms must data must be entered into HMIS promptly.
    • Ensure that clients are accurately entered and exited from programs and services using in HMIS.
    • Attend HMIS end-user meetings and training provided by Northeast Florida CoC HMIS Lead, Changing Homelessness
    • Report all HMIS issues and questions to the Agency Administrator.
    • Communicate with service providers across the entire county to ensure accurate data reporting.
    • Other duties as assigned.
    Qualifications
    Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills Required
    • Ability to foster strong partnerships with various public and private organizations
    • Strong organization skills
    • Knowledge about the homeless services and programs in Duval, Clay, and Nassau Counties
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Ability to work with diverse individuals and groups on complex community issues
    • Skilled in the use of personal computers, including knowledge of Microsoft Office, and Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS)
    • Ability to work alone on own initiative, often with minimum supervision
    • Ability to manage multiple projects, prioritize, and meet deadlines with minimal supervision.
    • Strong interpersonal and communication (written and verbal) skills, team player, people skills.
    Education and experience
    Minimum Position Requirements
    • Minimum of one year of data-entry experience with demonstrated capacity to perform the job duties.
    • Proficient computer skills and a working knowledge of Microsoft™ Office applications and web applications: (Word, Excel, Google email and drive).
    • Possess a strong willingness to learn about and support the HMIS web-based information system for data entry and case management.
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  • Volunteer Site Facilitator and Dismissal Attendant

    Posted Date: 1/6/2020
    Job Summary
    Girls Inc. of Jacksonville is seeking an individual to assist with the facilitation of Girls Inc. after-school programming at Biscayne Elementary and to oversee dismissal.

    This is an unpaid volunteer role.

    The hours of this position are dependent on the Duval County Public Schools Calendar; the program operates Monday through Friday except for observed holidays. The typical hours are from 2:45 PM - 6:00 PM on regular school days. On Early Release days, the hours are 11:45 AM - 6:00 PM.
    Essential duties and responsibilities
    Duties and responsibilities will include assisting site facilitators with Girls Inc. programming throughout 3 different classes of varying ages. Floating between classrooms where the need for assistance is greatest.

    Duties and responsibilities will also include dismissal. This individual will check parents' IDs with a list of approved "pick-up people" to assure the safety of our program participants. Girls will then be called down to the dismissal area to be released.
    Qualifications
    Must be able to walk and stand for long periods of time. Enjoys working with and around children in grades kinder through 5th.
    Education and experience
    Preferred but not required: Education in the Human Services and Education fields. Previous experience with executing curriculum and teaching assistance. Experience with children in grades Kinder through 5th.
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