College Intern-Finance, Sales, Game Show

internship - part time,

State Of Ohio
Cleveland, OH
Closed
Posted 94 Days ago
State Of Ohio
Cleveland, OH
internship - part time,
Posted 94 Days ago
Closed

Description

College Intern-Finance, Sales, Game Show State of Ohio Jobs - Cleveland, OH3.9 10 hours agoPart-time$11 - $17 an hour Apply Now Skills * WordPress Primary Location: United States of America-OHIO-Cuyahoga County Work Locations: Lausche Building 615 Superior Ave Cleveland 44113-1879 Organization: Lottery Commission Classified Indicator: Unclassified Bargaining Unit / Exempt: Exempt Schedule: Part-time Work Hours: Part Time Variable Compensation: $11.00-$17.00/hr based on status (year) in college Unposting Date: Ongoing Job Function: Internship Agency Contact Name: Ohio Lottery Commission Office of Human Resources Agency Contact Information: 216-774-5686 College Intern-Finance, Sales, Game Show (19000250) Job Duties The Ohio Lottery Commission has exciting internship opportunities for students interested in learning about finance, sales, and the Cash Explosion Game Show. For more than 40 years, the Ohio Lottery has been building an amazing organization committed to growth and giving back and having fun while doing it. Our mission is to offer entertaining games that maximize profits for K-12 public education. Our vision is to create fun and innovative gaming experiences. We are looking for smart, passionate and creative interns to join our team and help us achieve our mission. We embrace challenge, foster an inclusive culture, and value integrity, innovation and winning. Click here to visit our website and learn more about our agency and the products we offer. Check us out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and WordPress! If you are ready to playCome join us! An internship at the Ohio Lottery Commission will add to your professional development and give you practical work experience. The internship is an opportunity to learn and work in your field of study, expand on your classroom knowledge and gain hands-on exposure. College Interns will work closely with agency staff members on a variety of assignments. The internship will begin in May/June and end in September 2019. The position is temporary in nature, benefits are not offered. College Interns have a part-time variable work schedule and may work up to 29 hours per week. The Sales intern will learn the Integrated Agent Database, learn lottery ticket price points, learn about promotions at retailer locations, use Excel to track recruitment program leads, and provide assistance within the department. The Finance intern will learn to analyze an agency program from the viewpoint of the Office of Finance, learn to track, calculate and enter commissions and bonuses, learn to enter adjustments, assist with document management and records retention efforts, and provide assistance within the department. The Game Show intern will work at promotional events and engage with the general public at the events, learn about Game Show production, learn about contestant and bonus drawings, assist with inventory of Game Show promotional items, assist with preparing contestant packets, and provide assistance within the department. Qualifications Employment and Educational Requirements: All applicants must be currently and continuously enrolled in school. Applicants not enrolled in at least one course will not be eligible for the internship. All applicants must submit a letter from the college registrar's office, on official college letterhead, clearly stating the following information: Verification of enrollment in the 2019 Spring semester/quarter Verification of status (e.g., freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, graduate, law, etc.) Major course of study Dates the 2019 Spring semester/quarter began and ends Estimated date of graduation Major Worker Characteristics Students should have knowledge of: Office practices & procedures; Research; Word processing, spreadsheet & database software packages; Customer service. Students should be skilled in: Operation of personal computer; Operation of office equipment. Students should be able to: Apply principles to solve everyday, practical problems; Read, copy & record figures accurately; Prepare correspondence; Copy records & data precisely without error; Maintain accurate records; Gather, collate & classify information about data, people or things; Assess information & provide appropriate status summary; File correspondence, reports & records; Retrieve files for requested information; Answer telephones & take messages or refer calls; Cooperate with co-workers on group projects. Supplemental Information: APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE AT http://careers.ohio.gov/. PAPER APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED OR CONSIDERED. All questions concerning employment opportunities with the Ohio Lottery should be directed to the Ohio Lottery, Office of Human Resources (216) 774-5686. You may also call the TDD number at 1-800-750-0750 (toll free). Interns employed by the Ohio Lottery Commission are paid an hourly rate based on status, which will be discussed during the interview process. NOTE: In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire. Start date immediately. This position is non-exempt (eligible for overtime) from the Fair Labor Standards Act. This position is unclassified (exempt from the classified service). New hires agree to participate in the State of Ohio Direct Deposit of Paycheck Program per Section 124.151(B) of the Ohio Revised Code. In accordance with the Ohio Lottery Commission Nepotism Policy, you will be required to disclose any employees of the Ohio Lottery Commission who are closely related to you by blood or marriage. THE OHIO LOTTERY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, RELIGION, COLOR, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, ANCESTRY, AGE, SEX, GENDER IDENTITY OR EXPRESSION, MENTAL OR PHYSICAL DISABILITY, GENETIC INFORMATION, VETERAN STATUS AND/OR MILITARY STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISION OF SERVICES. NOTE: THOSE WHO ARE CONTACTED FOR AN INTERVIEW SHOULD INFORM THE OHIO LOTTERY OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE IF, AS A RESULT OF A DISABILITY, THEY WILL NEED AN ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY PHASE OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS. SUCH NOTICE WILL NOT AFFECT YOUR ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION. Background Check Information Conviction of a felony, or a misdemeanor of the first, second or third degree, which involved gambling, fraud or misrepresentation, theft, or any crime of moral turpitude, prohibits an applicant from being selected for this position, as long as the record of the conviction has not already been sealed. ORC 3770.021 Employment contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check as required by Section 3770.02(D) of the Ohio Revised Code.

Skills

microsoft word, event management, facebook, organization, twitter, instagram, creativity, youtube, customer service, microsoft excel, sales, research, editing, recruiting, wordpress

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