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Database Internships

Salt Lake City, UT

Relocation expenses: Not paid

Internship
Part time, Temporary
no work experience required
High School Diploma
Bachelor's Degree
Less than $20,000 per year

Published on 15 Jun 2017

Expires on 21 Jul 2017

Database Internships

POSITION SUMMARY 1
We are looking for an intern who can take a leading role in collaborating with community partners to determine what 2-1-1 data will best assist them in their work. This position will also include training and coaching opportunities with community partners as they become familiar with the reporting capabilities of the 2-1-1 database. This opportunity is ideal for students seeking careers in public policy, social work, or data analysis in either the public or private sector. The intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of data analysis and nonprofit administration. Minimum commitment is August 21 – November 17. Average workload is approximately 12-20 hours per week. The position will be based out of our Salt Lake City office.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 1

  1. Collaborate with 2-1-1 Partnership Team and community partners to determine what data is needed from the 2-1-1 database for evaluating 2-1-1 partnerships.

  2. Utilizing the 2-1-1 database reporting system, produce regular data reports pertaining to 2-1-1 partnerships.

  3. Maintain 2-1-1 Partnership Data report.

  4. Create and update training material for 2-1-1 partners that utilize the 2-1-1 database reporting system.

  5. Train and coach 2-1-1 partners that utilize the 2-1-1 database reporting system.

  6. Other duties as assigned

POSITION SUMMARY 2

The autumn intern will be a critical support to the Partnership Development Manager and the entire 2-1-1 team in preparing for the 2018 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance season (VITA). The VITA season (January 1st – April 15th) is the busiest time of year for 2-1-1. The administrative intern is critical in ensuring a quality experience for callers with VITA related needs. We are looking for an intern who can take a leading role in managing many of the administrative responsibilities in preparing for VITA. This opportunity is ideal for students seeking careers in management or administration in either the public or private sector. The intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of volunteer management, and nonprofit administration. Minimum commitment is August 21 – November 17. Average workload is approximately 12-20 hours/week. The position will be based out of our Salt Lake City office. Course credit or a stipend will be awarded upon completion of internship.

 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 2

  1. Investigate and establish a 2-1-1 text message reminder system for callers with VITA appointments
  2. Provide support in managing relationships with VITA Regional Coordinators and other partners
  3. Provide support in creating management/troubleshooting procedures for issues related to VITA
  4. Provide support in training about 2-1-1 VITA scheduling software
  5. Assist in the creation of evaluation methods/tools for community partners 2-1-1 works with on VITA
  6. Other duties as assigned

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES

  • Balance managing relationships with achieving results

  • Think with an innovative mindset

  • Continuously improve processes and position

  • Able to balance multiple projects and deadlines

  • Professional appearance and communication skills

  • Executes repetitive tasks with high quality and efficiency

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Enrolled in relevant degree program

  • Proficient with Microsoft and Google suites

  • Experience with data and/or databases

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

The employee is regularly required to communicate clearly, and exchange accurate information interpersonally, or through communication devices. Must be able to learn new systems and procedures prepare and analyze data and figures; constantly operate a computer and other standard office machinery. The position requires occasional movement throughout the office to access files, papers, or move supplies weighing up to 25lbs. Must be able to remain in a stationary position 75% of the time.  

BENEFITS

Upon satisfactory completion of the internship, the student will receive a stipend award and/or school credit.

APPLY

Please visit https://uw.org/about/careers/ to apply for our current openings. A complete application will include a resume and cover letter. You may contact jobs@uw.org if you have any questions regarding employment opportunities.