Career Paths

An MBA prepares individuals for many types of careers. MBA graduates can work within private companies, nonprofits, government, schools, hospitals and more. Job prospects for MBA degree recipients are very good, with opportunities in all sectors of industry across the globe.

Some careers an MBA will prepare you for include:

  • Bank advisor
  • Business analyst or strategist
  • Business development analyst, associate or manager
  • CPA or tax associate
  • Director
  • Entrepreneur or founder
  • Financial analyst, manager or service professional
  • Management consultant
  • Marketing associate, analyst or manager
  • Operations analyst, associate or manager
  • Portfolio manager
  • Project, product or program manager
  • Public relations manager
  • Research associate


Current Job Postings
  • Entry Level Talent Acquisition Associate – University Recruiting & Programs

    July 19, 2024

    As a Talent Acquisition Associate, you will collaborate with other members of the University Recruiting/Talent Acquisition team, Human Resources Business Partners, and hiring managers to support a variety of US talent acquisition activities, including but not limited to the following:Manage full cycle recruiting process of intern and graduate hires for assigned lines of business, including sourcing, candidate management, resume reviews, phone screens, offer negotiations, and developing effective relationships with HR and hiring managersPartner with global HR, University Recruiting, and Diversity & Inclusion teams to identify key requirements for each organization and proactively define creative sourcing strategies to support NXP’s hiring initiativesBe a career fair & networking champion – you will be required to travel for recruiting events, manage preparation and set up logistics, and engage with bright young students and organizations while representing the NXP brandAssist in the planning and execution of internal intern and graduate hire events, including regular quarterly activities and weekly engagements during the summerProvide regular, data-driven, detailed, and accurate status updates on the progress of assigned requisitions and projects QualificationsRecent or near future graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Human Resources, Communication, or Marketing is preferredUp to 2 years of work experience, including internshipsMust be willing to travel for seasonal recruiting events, some of which occasionally occur on weekendsUPCOMING REQUIRED WEEKEND TRAVEL (subject to additions): 11/1/24 – 11/2/24, 11/15/24 – 11/16/24Comfortability and proven success with public speakingMust take initiative and ownership to drive results and solve issuesAbility to multitask while maintaining extreme attention to detailExcellent communication, proactivity, project management, and organizational skills requiredFamiliarity with creating, designing, and navigating PowerPoint Presentations & Excel worksheetsPrevious experience using an ATS (preferably Workday)  Work Mode: HybridWork Location: Chandler, AZ

  • Administrative Fellow

    July 18, 2024

    Intermountain Health’s Administrative Fellowship is a one-year, experiential assignment for recent master-level graduates intended to provide broad and diverse learning opportunities, helping our Fellows to develop into well-rounded healthcare leaders. While a variety of experiences are available to our Fellows, many Fellows choose to complete rotations or projects in the following spaces: Hospital or Clinic Operations, Population Health, Community Health, SelectHealth (health plan), Patient and/or Consumer Experience, Strategic Planning, Telehealth, Continuous Improvement, Human Resources/Leadership Development and Children’s Health.As an incoming Fellow, you will participate in rotation planning discussions to provide meaningful experiences around your self-identified healthcare passions, so that you are competitive candidate for the roles you want to pursue with Intermountain Health post-Fellowship.Fellows will work closely with a Fellowship Preceptor, Rotation Executive Sponsors, and Rotation Mentors throughout their Fellowship experience to engage in meaningful experiences, facilitate professional development, design solutions to organizational challenges, and lead teams-based on experience and capability. Job Essentials1. Works on special assignments as directed by their preceptor / mentor - either individually or as a member or leader of a project team. Leads or participates in meetings and collaborates with key stakeholders and subject matter experts as appropriate.2. Assesses problems through appropriate data collection and analysis techniques.Identifies and recommends appropriate action steps for problem resolution.3. Implements action steps for improvement and evaluates effectiveness of problem solution process and outcome.4. Learns not only from the actual work done, but from the fellowship process itself - helping to continuously improve the fellowship experience for the incumbent as well as Intermountain Health. Application Process Details  We will be accepting applications for the 2024-2025 Administrative Fellowship from June 3, 2024 through September 3, 2024, at 8:00 AM MST.  The only applications we accept are via this job posting. Applicants must attach all the following documents to the online application by the application deadline in order to be considered. We recommend bundling all materials in to one PDF to upload in the resume section of our application. Submissions are considered incomplete if any items are missing and will not be considered.Resume or CVCopy of Graduate Transcript to date (unofficial copies are acceptable)Essay discussing how Intermountain Health's Administrative Fellowship fits in to your career goals and objectives (maximum of one page)Two letters of recommendation (one academic, one professional).  If you have already graduated a Master's program, two professional letters is sufficient. Click on or copy and paste the link below into your internet browser for information about project opportunities, former Fellows, and FAQs on the Administrative Fellowship opportunity at Intermountain Health:   Please reach out to Addie Wilkins at with any inquiries to the application process or to send letters of recommendation if they cannot be uploaded at time of application.Minimum QualificationsMaster's degree which must be obtained through an accredited institution. Education is verified.For Master’s degree programs requiring a Fellowship prior to graduation, all coursework must be completed by the start date of the Fellowship program, estimated to be in the Summer of 2025.Demonstrated quality academic preparation as indicted by letters of quality of their academic preparation, letters of recommendation and prior work or intern experience.Experience demonstrating analytic, problem-solving, and collaboration skills.Experience using word processing, spreadsheet, database, internet and e-mail and scheduling applications.Experience in a role requiring effective verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.Preferred QualificationsMaster's Degree in the areas of Business (MBA), Healthcare Administration (MHA), Public Health (MPH) or a clinical discipline such as Nursing, etc.Experience building and leading diverse, creative, and effective teams.Anticipated job posting close date:09/03/2024  Location:Key Bank Tower Work City:Salt Lake City Work State:Utah Scheduled Weekly Hours:40 The hourly range for this position is listed below. Actual hourly rate dependent upon experience. $43.24 - $66.74

  • 24-04283 Resource Management Analyst III

    July 18, 2024

    Are you interested in being part of a dynamic team that is dedicated to serving the people and state agencies across the Commonwealth? If so, this is your opportunity to work for the Kentucky Department of Revenue.The Department of Revenue, Division of Information Management, has an opening for a Resource Management Analyst III. We are seeking an individual who is detail orientated, has good communication and organizational skills, and the ability to multi-task.As a Resource Management Analyst III, you will play a vital role in processing open records requests and interacting with other state agencies and local governments.Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:Coordinate open records requests to review documents, coordinate with the tax areas, redact/review records, create response letters, and coordinate with legal.Assist with security requests.Help maintain DOR application access and troubleshoot access issues.Assist with audits by gathering requirements information.Participate in new hire onboarding (fingerprint and background check requests).Other duties as assigned.Additional / Supplemental information:Required to successfully complete a background investigation including an FBI criminal history record check (fingerprint check).Required to comply with all tax laws.Mostly at a desk using a computer and telephone.Some travel for training and education.We offer opportunities for flexible work schedules.Minimum RequirementsEDUCATION: Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor's degree. EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, OR SKILLS: Four years of systems analysis, business administration, or public administration experience Substitute EDUCATION for EXPERIENCE: Related technical or vocational training will substitute for the bachelor's degree requirement on a year-for-year basis. A master's degree in computer science, business or public administration will substitute for one year of the experience requirement. Substitute EXPERIENCE for EDUCATION: Experience in computer programming, systems analysis, information services, research and statistics, business administration, or public administration will substitute for the bachelor's degree requirement on a year-for-year basis.SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (AGE, LICENSURE, REGULATION, ETC.): NONEWorking ConditionsIncumbents working in this job title typically perform duties in an office setting.Probationary PeriodThis job has an initial and promotional probationary period of 6 months, except as provided in KRS 18A.111.If you have questions about this advertisement, please contact Sherry Dungan at or 502-564-2552.An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D 

  • Max Kampelman Fellowship

    July 18, 2024

    The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe seeks candidates for its Max Kampelman Fellowship program. Named for a longtime U.S. Ambassador to the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Kampelman Fellows represent the next generation of American leaders in security policy, human rights, and strategic communications.Kampelman Fellows join a team of world-class experts at an independent, bicameral, bipartisan, inter-branch federal agency. The Helsinki Commission advances American national security and national interests by promoting human rights, military security, and economic cooperation in 57 countries.Kampelman Fellowships last three months, with fellows expected to work 30 hours per week in-person at our office in Washington DC. Fellows are paid $25 per hour and are offered ongoing enrichment, professional development, and networking opportunities facilitated by senior commission staff.Policy FellowshipsPolicy fellows will work in political and military affairs, economic and environmental matters, or human rights and fundamental freedoms, based on their areas of interest, expertise, and needs of the Commission. Under the direction of commission policy advisors, policy fellows research topics and trends relating to international military, economic, and human rights issues throughout the 57-country OSCE region; assist staff advisors with hearings, briefings, congressional delegations, legislation, and publications; attend congressional hearings, panels, and events; and perform administrative duties. Each fellow is expected to write at least one article for potential publication on the commission website during his or her fellowship period.Communications FellowshipsCommunications fellows support projects and initiatives in all areas of the commission’s portfolio. Communications fellows assist with media outreach activities; help publicize Commission hearings and briefings; staff Commission events; develop web content; and craft creative and engaging content to be shared on social media. They also assist with other special communications projects and perform administrative duties. Each fellow is expected to write at least one article for publication on the commission website during his or her fellowship period.QualificationsThe Kampelman Fellowship program is open to current or registered graduate students; applications may be accepted from recent undergraduates (the beginning of the fellowship term should be less than one year since graduation), and in exceptional circumstances, undergraduate students with previous internship experience.All Kampelman Fellowship candidates should have a keen interest in learning more about international affairs, the inner workings of Congress, and the relationship between the legislative and executive branches in the realm of foreign policy. Proficiency in a second OSCE language is an asset.Pursuant to Section 704 of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2017, Pub. L. No. 115-31 (May 5, 2017), as amended, an applicant must be one of the following: (1) a citizen of the United States; (2) a person who is lawfully admitted for permanent residence and is seeking citizenship as outlined in 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3)(B); (3) a person who is admitted as a refugee under 8 U.S.C. 1157 or is granted asylum under 8 U.S.C. 1158 and has filed a declaration of intention to become a lawful permanent resident and then a citizen when eligible; or (4) a person who owes allegiance to the United States.Policy Fellows: Applicants should demonstrate excellent writing, analysis, research, and oral presentation skills, as well as an interest in government, international relations, and human rights.Communications Fellows: Applicants should demonstrate excellent writing and editing skills, a basic understanding of WordPress, knowledge of social media platforms, and an interest in government. Photography skills area a plus.Please send the following application package to cover letter indicating the following:Why you want to work for the Commission, including relevant background or personal experiencesYour specific areas of interest as they relate to the work of the CommissionYour availability (start and end dates, as well as hours per week)Resume of no more than two pagesWriting sample of three pages or lessOPTIONAL FOR COMMUNICATION FELLOW APPLICANTS: Samples of your work including copywriting, graphic design, videos, and/or photographyApplicants must send materials to to be considered. In the subject line of your e-mail application please put your first initial and last name, as well as indicate whether you are applying for a policy fellowship or a communications fellowship.Only complete applications with the proper subject line received by the deadline (August 2nd, 2024) will be considered. Please do not contact the commission, or the offices of our commissioners, to inquire about the status of your application. Finalists will be notified if they have been selected for an interview.Upcoming Terms and Application DeadlinesPolicy FellowshipFall 2024 (September 9th – December 13th) Applications are open now through August 2, 2024.Communications FellowshipFall 2024 (August 26th – December 13th) Applications are open now through August 2, 2024.

  • Associate

    July 18, 2024

    Are you looking to join a dynamic and entrepreneurial business that gives you exposure to all facets of the firm? Are you seeking to hone your business acumen or jump start a career in the business services sector? Do you want to learn and collaborate with a high-spirited, energized team? Read on!Who are we?Magellan Research Group is a fast-growing, information services firm founded in 2014. As an expert network, we connect subject matter experts with key decision-makers at top hedge funds and private equity groups seeking a deep understanding of companies and industries before making major business decisions.What does an Associate do?As an Associate, you will digest incoming requests from our clients and will use your tenacity and creativity to source the best experts in the industry. Your work will be integral to our client relationships and will directly drive revenue for the company.Who will love this job:An engaging communicator, you have no fear on the phone and have excellent writing abilities for crafting strategic outreach to industry experts.You are excited by the opportunity to engage with C-level executives from Fortune 500 companies across all industries and business models.You thrive in a tight-knit environment with close camaraderie with your peers, and you love a good joke!You are not easily deterred; you understand the value of persistence and barriers only spur you on.You are a creative thinker and are unafraid to approach a challenge in an unconventional way to produce optimal results.You are fiercely internally motivated, driven to beat your own personal best while also being an excellent teammate.Qualifications:Strong verbal and written communications skillsExperience working in teamsCoachabilitySourcing (recruiting) and research experience a bonus but not requiredSales experience a bonus but not requiredWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.At this time, Magellan is considering applicants who both wish to work remote full time or in our New York City office.

  • Partner Development Analyst

    July 18, 2024

    The Nautilus Solar Energy® Partner Development Analyst will support the acquisition of community solar and distributed energy assets by identifying and evaluating projects, conducting initial diligence, preparing financial models and input sheets, drafting proposals, and supporting a variety of other acquisition and business development-related activities. This position will be a key member of the Partner Development team helping to drive Nautilus’ growth through the acquisition of development-stage solar and energy storage projects and portfolios.The position reports to the Vice President of Partner Development. It is a full-time remote opportunity with an anticipated travel of 10%. The ideal candidate would be in New York, Bay Area, Los Angeles, or Denver. Depending on their level of experience, the candidate may be considered for Analyst or Associate level.Responsibilities:Identify and evaluate solar project acquisition opportunities: Research and analyze potential solar projects and assess their viability based on technical, financial, and market considerations.Conduct financial analysis: Evaluate project economics, including revenue forecasts, cash flow projections, return on investment, and financial modeling, to support decision-making and project origination efforts.Perform market analysis: Analyze community solar market trends, policies, incentives, and regulatory frameworks to identify market opportunities and potential risks.Prepare internal and external presentations for project stakeholders, including investment committee memos, market summaries, and other reports.Support portfolio acquisitions: Collaborate with Partner Development team to support the acquisition of solar projects, including conducting due diligence, preparing project proposals, and contributing to negotiations with partners, stakeholders, and customers.Stay updated on industry developments: Stay abreast of industry trends, changes, and market dynamics related to community solar to provide valuable insights and recommendations.Collaborate with cross-functional teams: Work closely with engineering, finance, legal, and construction teams on project acquisition proposals.Policy and rate research: assist in researching state and local policies, utility tariffs, program rules, and other various assignments.Monitor, track, and report market updates through industry periodicals, interconnection queues, and program capacity lists.Requirements:Bachelor’s degree in relevant field such as finance, economics, engineering, or environmental science.Proven experience in financial analysis, market research, or renewable energy project development, with a specific focus on solar energy.Strong understanding of community solar policies and programs. Solar project development and finance experience preferred.Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to present complex information in a clear and concise manner.Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment.Ability to navigate a financial model in Excel.Comfortable working in a remote environmentUnrestricted authorization to work in the U.S.Compensation:Competitive Salary.Annual Performance Bonus.Benefits (Health, Vision, Dental, Basic Life Insurance, Short-Term Disability, and Long-Term Disability) are 100% covered by Nautilus.401(k) offered with employer match.Equal Opportunity Employer:Nautilus Solar Energy, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. We are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. All employment is decided based on qualifications, merit, and business need.About Nautilus:Nautilus Solar Energy, LLC (Nautilus) is creating a clean, sustainable future through a respected and passionate team of professionals. A pioneer in the rapidly growing solar industry, Nautilus’s employees form a strong supportive community. Nautilus is committed to creating and maintaining a culture based on diversity, equity, and inclusion by practicing our beliefs of integrity, empowerment, and fairness. We believe that a diverse and inclusive environment inspires employees’ creativity, drives innovation, and leads to success. Our employees are the strength of our brand, and we strive to hire quality candidates who will embrace and add to our resilient, resourceful, and entrepreneurial culture.

  • Compliance Officer Intern AMS-NOP (Virtual)

    July 17, 2024

    Job Description a. Review Excel files and confirm information using internet research.b. Review information submitted in complaints.c. Review online marketing materials for violations of the USDA organic regulations.d. Process, review, and summarize data from multiple databases.e. Summarize findings using a template format.Duties include: a. Conducting internet research to identify potential violations of the USDA organic regulations.b. Contributes to enhancements in the quality, usefulness, sharing, and analysis of program data.c. Prepares informational memoranda and data for reports.d. Apply technical skills to analyze datasets in a variety of formats (Excel, PowerPoint, Access, etc.)e. Responsible for the development of queries and reports which will be provided to internal clients ensuring timeliness, accuracy, and integrity of data.f. Conducting research, and securing documentary and other evidence to assess and document compliance with USDA organic regulations. (Advanced Candidate)g. Reviewing complaint case files – evaluating the facts in hand, identifying potential violations, determining the elements needed to prove or disprove the allegations, and recommending a course of action. (Advanced Candidate)Location: Virtual  Hours per week: Flexible  (Minimum 20 hours Maximum 40 hours per week)   Preferred majors: AnyEducation Level: Undergraduate students Graduate Students   Desired Skills: a. Excel and General Internet Researchb. The ideal candidate will have a solid working knowledge of data analytical tools such as Excel and SharePoint. The candidate must communicate effectively and work well in team settings to effectively engage others.Supervision: Interns will report to the Agricultural Marketing Service - National Organic Program.Interns will receive guidance and feedback from supervisor daily, weekly, or as needed. Interns formal evaluation are completed at the following segments of the internship session, Mid-term and Final Performance Evaluation.   Conditions of Employment You must be a US Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident. Must be in good academic standing as defined by their academic institution. Unofficial Transcript can be used when applying for the position Satisfactory Background investigation and/or fingerprint check. The position is renewable, based upon effective performance, availability of funds, and program needs, with the possibility of a multiple-year appointment.   Documents to have when applying: Resume   Pay information: Undergraduate students (Associates and Bachelor's degree seeking students): $17.20 Graduate students (Masters and Doctorate degree seeking students: $18.75 How to apply:   Complete HACU Application via: New Applicants  Returning Applicants    The internship with the USDA that you were selected for is offered through a third-party provider – the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU). You need to complete their application before the official offer letter can be drafted and sent for your review.   Note: You do not need to wait on documents such as official transcripts, references, and so on to submit your application. You can upload a placeholder in its place and submit via email when you receive them.     Responding to Flyer or E-mail: E-mail resume and introduction to  Copy/Type E-mail subject line as shown in flyer/email   General Information   About USDA and HACU For the past 27 years, USDA has partnered with HACU to provide internship opportunities for hundreds of undergraduate and graduate students. These internships provide valuable professional experience for students while also exposing students to the important work that is done at USDA. The students also make significant contributions to the sub-agencies. This partnership with HACU represents a larger USDA strategy aimed at ensuring a diverse, prepared, and competitive workforce that is vital to establishing a sustainable agricultural future. As a result of their positive internship experiences and supportive and inclusive culture at USDA, many former HACU students are now members of the USDA permanent workforce.  To learn more visit: USDA Agricultural Research Services (ARS) [] & Hispanic Association of University and Colleges National Internship Program [] 

  • 2025 Marketing Summer Internship

    July 17, 2024

    About us: JBS USA is a leading global provider of diversified, high-quality food products, including a portfolio of well-recognized brands and innovative, easy-to-use food solutions. We process, prepare, package and deliver fresh and value-added premium meat, poultry and retail-ready food products for customers in approximately 100 countries on six continents. We are also the majority shareholder of Pilgrim’s, the largest poultry company in North America. JBS USA employs more than 100,000 team members. Our mission: To be the best in all that we do, completely focused on our business, ensuring the best products and services to our customers, a relationship of trust with our suppliers, profitability for our shareholders and the opportunity of a better future for all of our team members. Our core values are: Availability, Determination, Discipline, Humility, Ownership, Simplicity, Sincerity   Purpose/General Summary: During this 10-week summer internship, you will use your unique perspective and knowledge to help us find operational gaps and improve process efficiency in a way that makes a genuine mark on our business. Here at JBS Foods, we are genuinely interested in growing you as a professional and identifying a potential career path that matches your interests. Start your career today and find out where you fit into the global food supply chain and the mission to feed the world.   Responsibilities:  Will provide support to one of the marketing departments Design and implement sell sheets  Communicate with Advertising Agencies for content  Assist the Category Development team in optimizing product pages for retail websites Work alongside marketing agencies to create and develop brand content Reviewing content for brand Assist brand marketing managers with brand social media page content Read reviews left on retail websites for different branded products and find any improvements that need made Proof read new product labels, ensuring the content on the labels is correct and accurate Complete and present a project related to the marketing department   What to expect:  A chance to connect with and learn from our company’s executive leadership team throughout the course of your internship program Exposure to multiple areas of the business to give you a well-rounded understanding of the overall production process A mentor who’s invested in your success, and will provide feedback and coaching The chance to prove yourself in a highly rewarding industry A multicultural work environment that stands on its values and puts its people first The opportunity to develop your technical and business knowledge alongside industry experts Regular leadership training sessions with our world-class leadership development instructors Projects driven by business objectives with real-world implications Potential for accelerated growth within our company by providing early access to career development programs The applicant who fills this position will be eligible for the following compensation: $21/hour with $2,500 relocation stipend if applicable.  The Company is dedicated to ensuring a safe and secure environment for our team members and visitors. To assist in achieving that goal, we conduct a drug, alcohol, and background checks for all new team members post-offer and prior to the start of employment. The Immigration Reform and Control Act requires that verification of employment eligibility be documented for all new employees by the end of the third day of work. EOE/Vets/Disability

  • Business Learning and Development Internship - Denver International Airport

    July 16, 2024

    About Our JobWho We AreDenver International Airport (DEN) is the third-busiest airport in the world, connecting our community globally through flight and business. DEN is the primary economic engine for the state of Colorado, generating more than $33 billion for the region annually and employing over 30,000 people. At DEN, we are committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace. We celebrate individuality and uplift all races, ethnicities, gender identities, national origins, ages, abilities, religion, and LGBTQIA+ communities. We know that our diversity makes us stronger, and we strive to keep diversity, equity, and inclusion at the center of all that we do. The DEN Intern program is an integral part of the culture at DEN and provides students the opportunity to work alongside DEN professionals, while being able to explore career opportunities within the aviation industry. Check out the 5 Reasons to Intern at DEN here: Program Goals:Create a career ladder opportunity for interns to gain first-hand work experience relative to DEN’s business environment, mission, vision, and goals with the goal of convert-to-hireExpose interns to a variety of career opportunities within the aviation industryEmpower interns to learn new job skills or improve on an existing skillset in a specific technical area(s)Establish a professional mentorship relationship for interns and their mentors What We OfferThe City and County of Denver offers a competitive pay rate commensurate with education. Denver International Airport emerging talent positions are supported by a trained hiring manager and required to attend all sessions of professional development within the cohort model. You will be onboarded with a cohort of peers to begin to help you develop your network across the aviation industry. What You’ll DoAs an intern you will have the opportunity to:Develop facilitating, presenting, and training skills to enhance underutilized business’s knowledge of the aviation industry as it relates to architecture, engineering, construction, and concessionsLearn to apply work procedures and policies to related assignments by developing and presenting a training module for underutilized small businessesDiscover communication models that will increase engagement with the small business communityCommunicate with employees and the public to receive and relay factual information and to facilitate public relationsConduct interviews with internal and external stakeholders to support the development of a training model for the small business communityTrain in and prepare various summary reports that relate to the implementation of new processes and other documents in accordance with specified requirements, guidelines, and supervisory instructionsObserve and support in administering facilitated events, trainings, and programs related to the support of underutilized small businesses in the areas of architecture, engineering, construction, and concessionsUnder supervision, apply work procedures and theoretical and technical aspects relevant to the professional field to the completion of assigned portions of a projectAttend meetings, conferences, or other educational classes and participate in training offered by the City, and apply information to work assignments About YouWhat You’ll BringOur ideal candidate will:Understand public speaking skills and some knowledge of building curriculums, facilitating, and implementing small business servicesHave some knowledge on how to design trainings and programs for adult learnersInteract with customers in a friendly and professional manner and work to resolve issues quickly and effectivelyUse efficient learning techniques to acquire and apply new knowledge and skills; use training, feedback, or other opportunities for self-learning and developmentShow understanding, friendliness, courtesy, tact, empathy, cooperation, concern, and politeness to others and relate well to people from varied backgrounds and different situationsIdentify problems; determine accuracy and relevance of information; use sound judgment to generate and evaluate alternatives and make recommendationsUnderstand and interpret written material, including technical material, rules, regulations, instructions, reports, charts, graphs, or tables; apply what is learned from written material to specific situationsWrite in a clear, concise, organized, and convincing manner for the intended audience Required Minimum QualificationsEducation: Current enrollment in an accredited college program leading to a certificate, licensure, associates, bachelor’s, or higher degree in business administration, construction management, organizational learning and development, education, or another related field, or a recent graduate (completed specified program within 1 year of completion)Experience: NoneEducation and Experience Equivalency: No substitution of experience for education is permitted Mandatory documentation required to be considered for this position1–2-page resume (with most current information)Transcripts – either official or unofficial; dated within your current academic term. This is only used to verify amounts of credits; grades will not influence decision Optional DocumentCover letter detailing why you are interested in this position LocationThe City and County of Denver supports a hybrid workplace model with a required minimum of three days in office. Employees work where needed to support business, at the Denver International Airport. We do not offer housing or relocation assistance for this position. Internship Duration and HoursThis is a 9 month college internship to begin asap, with a completion date of Friday, May 2nd, 2025, with a maximum of 30 hours per week. FBI Background CheckFBI criminal background check is required for all positions at Denver International Airport (DEN). Employees are also required to report any felony convictions and/or moving violations to maintain this clearance and be eligible for continued employment. By position, a pre-employment physical/drug test may be required. Application DeadlineThis position is expected to stay open until July 28, 2024. Please submit your application as soon as possible and no later than July 28, 2024, at midnight. Position TypeOn call The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.About Everything Else Job ProfileTA3181 Professional Administration InternTo view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here. Position TypeOncall Position Salary Range$19.28 - $21.79 Starting Pay$19.28 - $21.79 based on level of education AgencyDenver International Airport The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law.  It is your right to access oral or written language assistance, sign language interpretation, real-time captioning via CART, or disability-related accommodations. To request any of these services at no cost to you, please contact with three business days’ notice. Applicants for employment with the City and County of Denver must have valid work authorization that does not require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the U.S. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.

  • Program Analyst - H4D

    July 16, 2024

    In this role, you will join a rapidly growing innovation consulting firm, BMNT, Inc., headquartered in Palo Alto, CA with an east coast office in Arlington, VA. BMNT is unique because of the focus on Mission Acceleration - increasing the speed at which mission-driven organizations solve complex problems at scale. BMNT is not only an established thought leader in innovation but is actively changing how organizations think about and solve problems, as demonstrated by the creation of Hacking for Defense (H4D) ®. Our customers span across the U.S. public sector, and abroad in the United Kingdom and Australia.About the Role:BMNT is hiring a Program Analyst for the Hacking for Defense® (H4D) Program. H4D is a nationwide university program that leverages student teams to address national security problems facing the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community. At BMNT, Junior Analysts play an integral role in the consultative process that forms the basis for everything we do for our customers, and they support the entire project lifecycle, including facilitated workshops and product development.A significant portion of the Junior Analyst role is Problem Curation, specialized tradecraft developed by BMNT to help our customers validate problems worth spending time, energy, and resources to solve. A high-performing Junior Analyst will therefore demonstrate excellence, discipline, and consistency in analysis and critical thinking and take initiative to understand our customers’ needs. This will be done by interviewing a diverse and unique spectrum of people affected by the problem in order to collect qualitative and quantitative data that will help to rapidly identify the specific customer pain point to solve.We expect Junior Analysts to be cognizant of hidden assumptions, adept at clearly articulating their findings, and steadfast in their search for and awareness of additional needs that may surface from customer engagements, including how to improve BMNT products and services so they continue to drive customer outcomes.This role in particular includes working with H4D as it supports customers from across government and industry. It will require good data gathering and analytics skills to ensure we establish a foundation with which to better understand our customers and trends in the marketplace.Location: Within commuting distance Arlington, VA with the expectation of being in the office 2-3 days per week.  What You’ll Be Doing (Responsibilities):Program:Proactively communicating with customers.Researching related and relevant industries to find potential solutions from use-cases in the commercial sector.Analyzing findings and turning the data into content that customers can easily digest, understand, and use to take meaningful action.Directly supporting the foundational modules of BMNT workshops.Models the desired behaviors of a successful contributor at BMNT and embraces the BMNT Bushido.Communications:Be able to present clear and cogent presentations using PowerPoint or similar applications.Ability to write and present arguments.Data:Acquiring data from primary or secondary data sources and maintaining databases.Interpreting data, analyzing results using statistical techniques.Developing and implementing data analyses, data collection systems and other strategies that optimize statistical efficiency and quality.Work with management to prioritize business and information needs.Locating and defining new process improvement opportunities.Qualifications:Excitement for BMNT’s mission.The ability to provide valuable, succinct, and actionable insights to others in written or verbal form from large amounts of information.A self-starter with an obsession for outcomes, not activities and a history of achievements.Humility and a commitment to self-improvement and self-awareness, including proactively seeking and welcoming constructive feedback from colleagues.Curiosity and an always-be-learning attitude, including recognizing when help is needed and seeking new ideas or perspectives to accomplish an objective.Attention to detail and the ability to manage and prioritize many concurrent tasks.The ability to execute and support data-oriented projects.Bachelor’s Degree.One to two years of relevant professional experience.Experience with the Hacking for Defense program as an undergraduate or graduate university student preferred but not required.US citizenship required.If you are a self-starter with an obsession for outcomes, not activities and a history of achievements, and enjoy working on projects with collaborative and creative teams, this could be the right role for you!Compensation offered will be determined by factors such as location, level, job-related knowledge, skills, and experience.#innovation #leanstartup #army #navy #H4D #leanstartup 

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