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ACCOUNTING ADMIN INTERN: Pay: $13/hour; Hours: 15-20 hours/week, Jan 13-Apr 15, 2020; REF #3302099

This organization is an established Lakewood, Colorado CPA and consulting firm, and is looking for an energetic, service oriented intern to join our administrative staff January-April. As an intern you will be:
·        Performing assigned tasks with close supervision
·        Completing work assignments on a timely basis
·        Reviewing own work for obvious errors
·        Recognizing when assistance is needed and ask for help promptly
An intern will have the following minimum qualifications:
·        Strong organizational and communication skills are a must
·        General computer literacy with proficiency in Windows environment and Microsoft Office Suite
·        Accounting major
Sound interesting? Then dont wait! And Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!
Pay: $13/hour
Hours: 15-20 hours/week; Jan 13-Apr 15, 2020; Monday Availability Preferred
Location: Lakewood, CO
Reference #3302099

JOURNALISM SUMMER INTERN: Pay: $1,200/ month; Hours: Full-Time, Summer 2020; REF #3277531

Qualifications: Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) and a desire to practice responsible journalism.
Since 1977, this center, a project of Young America's Foundation, has 
provided aspiring conservative journalists with the premier opportunity to learn the principles and practice of responsible reporting. The program combines 12 weeks of on-the-job training at a Washington, D.C.-based media outlet and once-weekly training seminars led by prominent journalists, policy experts, and faculty.
The program matches interns with print, broadcast, or online media outlets based on their interests and experience. Interns spend an average of 30 hours per week gaining practical, hands-on journalism experience. Potential placements include the Washington Times, the Washington Examiner, C-SPAN, Fox News, and more.
Students will attend the program seminar one day a week, sharpening their writing and reporting skills and gaining a better understanding of media, society, and public policy, and the intersection between the three in Washington, D.C. and nationwide.
Summer internships are offered full-time, 5 days a week.
Summer 2020: May 26 – August 14
Deadline to apply: March 8
*Early Deadline: February 2
Pay: $1,200/month
Hours: Full-Time, Summer 2020
Location: Washington, D.C.
Reference #3277531
If this sounds like the perfect opportunity fo you, contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form and get started on the application process!

DIGITAL & EVENTS INTERN: Pay: $12/hour; Hours: 20 hours/week (Mon-Thur - Flexible Schedule); REF #3209739

Job Overview:

An international nonprofit organization dedicated to making a difference in the lives of all people touched by cancer. We are seeking a passionate, hard-working student to join our Denver office as the Digital Intern.

As an integral member of the Digital Team, the Digital Intern will gain valuable experience in digital marketing, data and website management, event planning and social media, and will also have the opportunity to interact with different departments within the organization to plan, manage, and execute campaigns. The Digital Intern will work closely with different members of the digital team to help maintain our digital assets, build on our digital strategy, and participate in fundraising activities.

Job Responsibilities:
• Collect monthly digital metrics using Google Analytics and other reporting tools
• Schedule and manage regular MyLifeLine Facebook posts and coordinate social posts on other CSC social media assets
• Update content on websites and manage user data integrity
• Copy-edit blogs, grants and other digital content; research photos to use with website content
• Assist with planning, marketing and logistics for local Denver events
• Participate in weekly digital team meetings
• Provide administrative support as needed
• Assist with other event & digital-related projects as necessary

• Currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree
• Excellent written and oral communication
• Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office; HTML and Adobe Creative Suite preferred
• Effective organization, time management and problem-solving skills
• Must be detail-oriented
• An interest in the digital environment, UX and/or digital strategy
• An interest in nonprofits and a passion for helping people impacted by cancer

Important Information:
Pay: $12/hour
Hours: 20 hours/week; Mon-Thursday (flexible schedule)
Location: Denver
REFERENCE #3209739

Are you interested in joining this great team? Then dont wait! And Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

PROCESS IMPROVEMENT & CHANGE MANAGEMENT INTERN: Pay: $15.67; Hours: 24 hours/week during semester; 40 hours/week during summer (9 month internship); REF# 3234490

Do you love effciency and organization? Well look no further, as in this position you will get to intern at the Office of Process Imporvement which is all about helping servies, products and operations be more effective, efficient and customer focused! Interested? Then keep reading below!

Job Overview:

The purpose of this part-time (24 hours/week during semester and / full-time during summer) temporary internship is to provide meaningful professional process improvement and change management experience through involvement in key projects, programs and activities. This internship is available to collegiate students (or recent graduates, or Colorado Refugee Services Program participants) with proven academic performance and a strong desire to learn and contribute.

The Office of Process Improvement works with other organizations to help make our services, products and operations more effective, efficient and customer-focused. Our longer-term vision is: "Everyone, Every Day, Improving Every Process and Every Product, To Benefit Every Customer". To reach this longer-term vision, we have numerous change projects and related initiatives underway.

DUTIES include, but are not limited to the following:

This process improvement and change management internship is focused on helping the exciting "Every Day Counts" (EDC) program, and the several initiatives that are supported by this program; including:

  1. Advanced Geotechnical Exploration Methods;
  2. Collaborative Hydraulics;
  3. Project Bundling;
  4. Reducing Roadway Departures;
  5. Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian;
  6. Unmanned Aerial Systems;
  7. The Use of Crowdsourcing to Advance Operations;
  8. Weather-Responsive Management Strategies; and
  9. Virtual Public Involvement.

EDC is a State-based model sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) that identifies and rapidly deploys proven, yet underutilized innovations to shorten the project delivery process, enhance safety, and improve transportation. Proven innovations promoted through EDC facilitate greater efficiency at the State and local levels, saving time, money and resources that can be used to deliver more projects.

The successful intern candidate would help in the following areas:

  • Assistance with chartering. We utilize a system for chartering major improvement initiatives to help ensure their success, and all of these EDC efforts have existing Charters. For EDC, the intern would be contributing to the success of these initiatives by helping program champions and sponsors with refinement of Charters, as these projects evolve.
  • Assisting the technical work of project teams. The intern may also help the Project Champion and his/her project team in several areas, including characterizing and documenting basic process and operating information, as a foundation for understanding the area and setting the stage for improvement; assessing the effectiveness and efficiency of processes (including the use of continuous improvement /innovation practices and change management methodologies); and developing recommendations for improving operations;
  • Assisting with project planning, including change management. The intern may also help one or more Project Champions and Teams with project planning, including the development of schedules, as well as the integration of considerations for change management, the people side of improvement, for one or more of the initiatives.
  • Assisting the EDC Lead with administration of the EDC program. The intern may also assist the EDC Leader, a member of the Office of Process Improvement, with administering the overall EDC program. This includes, but is not limited to, gathering, analyzing, and consolidating information about the program's initiatives for reporting to executives; the Colorado State Transportation Improvement Council (STIC); and FHWA to keep with tradition of openness and transparency with the public and taxpayers. This gathering, analyzing, and consolidating information will utilize Microsoft Excel; several online Google applications; and Trello software.
  • Perform other analytical and assistance dutiesthat help support other Improvement and Innovative initiatives, including, but not limited to:
  • The project to develop and deploy the Business Improvement Project Management program.
  • The initiative to develop and deploy Lean Construction.
  • Phases 2 through 4 of the Restructure Project for the Division of Maintenance and Operations (DMO).
  • Phases 2 through 5 of the Restructure work for the Division of Engineering (the Chief Engineer's organization).
  • Helping the customer service improvement initiative.
  • Specific improvement projects primarily sponsored by the Division of Maintenance and Operations, focused on improving selective maintenance and operations processes.
  • Specific improvement projects sponsored by the Division of Engineering, including enhancements to mechanisms for joint decision-making between Regions and various centralized customer service groups.
  • Supporting the operations of Lean Everyday Ideas (LEI) program, including training and reporting, and the annual Innovations Challenge. 

Qualified candidates must be either:

  • Any college student enrolled in an accredited community college, college or university seeking an Associates, Bachelors, Masters or Ph.D. degree. 


  • A recent college graduate. Recently graduated means the individual should have attended an accredited college or university and have graduated with an Associates, Bachelors, Masters or Ph.D. degree within three calendar years.


  • A certified participant in the Colorado Refugee Services Program.

A copy of your transcripts listing your name, the school name, courses by term, and term GPA or degree conferral and conferral date must be attached to this application; unofficial copies are acceptable (Progress Reports/Degree Audits will not be accepted in lieu of an official or unofficial transcript).

The Exceptional Candidate will be an undergraduate or graduate college/university student, or recent graduate as defined above, or a certified participant in the Colorado Refugee Services Program, interested in applying process improvement, project management, and change management techniques in an organization and has proven accomplishments in the following:

  • Completion of 3 years or more in an accredited university in a process improvement-related or change management-related curriculum or a related discipline. Examples include: organizational development; industrial psychology; organizational psychology; work psychology; management science; human resources management; systems engineering; quality assurance; industrial engineering; human factors engineering; statistics; mathematics; strategy management; business management; geotechnical engineering; hydraulics engineering; transportation and transit engineering; roadway design; safety management; meteorology; and communications.
  • Knowledge and experience with continuous improvement technologies and change management / change leadership theory, technology and practices.
  • Knowledge and experience with documenting, analyzing, and improving processes, products, and services.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to perform duties with minimal supervision.
  • Familiarity with the Microsoft Office suite (including Visio), Google mail ("Gmail"), Google Calendar, Google forms, Google sheets, and related Google applications. Experience with Trello is a plus

To apply, Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Important Information:

Pay: $15.67/hour

Hours: 24 hours/week during semester and 40 hours/week during summer (9 Months Internship)

Location: Denver, CO

REF #3234490

AUDIT INTERN: Pay: $22/hour; Hours: Part-Time; REF #2238120

Job Title: Audit Intern
Job Overview: 
Are you interested in working in the tax world? Then this position might just be for you! Check it out below:
About the Position
The caliber of our clients and our high standards for how we serve them requires that we be highly selective in our recruiting process. We look for the best and then invest the time, technology, and resources that result in long-term success for both the firm and our people. We ask our team members to provide a high level of service to clients and be a driver of firm growth, profitability and success.
Essential duties and responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to the following. Other duties may be assigned.
* Provide high-quality service to clients as a productive member of assigned audit teams.
* Actively participate in office events and initiatives as a productive team member of the practice office.
* Actively pursue professional development with an initial focus on CPA certification.
* Actively develop auditing knowledge and skills so as to assume increasingly more complex audit and other assurance responsibilities.
* Display integrity and professional behavior consistent with the organization's focus, vision, mission and core values.
* Act respectfully and consistent with client values.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions of this position.
Education and/or Experience:
* Three or more years of university education
* Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related finance degree
* Strong academic credentials
* Relevant work experience (i.e. internships, summer positions, school jobs) a plus but not required
* Must meet the minimum requirements to sit for the CPA exam before pursuing full-time employment
Language Skills:
* The individual must have the ability to read and interpret industry-specific documents, write routine reports and speak effectively to clients and employees of the firm.
Other Skills and Abilities:
* Reputation of integrity, even in conflictive situations
* Above average ability to learn and use computer software (e.g., Microsoft Excel)
* Ability to develop open and trusting relationships
* Ability to work in a team, whether as a member or leader
* Ability to motivate him/herself to grow professionally and serve with excellence
* Ability to assume responsibility for and complete agreed upon assignments
* Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communications skills
* Exceptional organizational and time management skills; exhibiting the ability to manage a heavy workload without sacrificing quality of work or relationships
* Willingness to travel when necessary
* Passion to serve others, especially nonprofit organizations
* Desire to work as a professional in a CPA firm with the organization's core values, vision, and mission
Work Environment
The employee in this position typically works in an office environment but may occasionally be required to perform job duties outside of the standard office setting.
The work environment characteristics described below are representative of those an employee would typically encounter while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Other Skills and Abilities:
* Walking (low)
* Climbing (low)
* Bending (low)
* Twisting (low)
* Typing/using hands (moderate/high)
* Sitting (moderate/high)
We Offer
* A first-hand look at a potential career path. You’ll get extensive experience at an accelerated pace.
* A 12-month orientation program to returning associates. This program begins with a week-long introduction and training session, during which you’ll meet peers from across the country, and continues throughout the year with peer advisors, mentoring managers, and a minimum of 40 hours of CPE development
* The ability to work with very knowledgeable professionals and the opportunity to work with clients who are making a real difference in our community, our country, and our world
* State-of-the-art technology to give you the professional tools necessary to be your best
* Firm-sponsored professional memberships
* Assistance and/or reimbursement upon completion of the CPA review course and exam. Our preferred CPA review course providers are Becker, CPA Excel, and Yaeger Lambers
While this job description reflects management’s current assignment of essential functions, it does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned to the individual in this position. The firm reserves the right to revise and amend this job description at any time, with or without notice.
Convinced you want in? Then contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!
Important Information:
Pay: $22-23/hour
Hours: Part-Time
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
REF #2238120

FINANCIAL REPRESENTATIVE INTERN: Pay: $400/month; Hours: Part-Time (Semester), Full-Time (Summer); REF # 3152653

Are you interested in becoming an intern for a well recongized banking company? Then check out this position:
Our Financial Representative interns come from varying academic backgrounds and experiences to build rewarding practices and relationships with our clients. As you excel in your internship, you will be supported by our network of specialists, training programs and mentoring opportunities to help your clients and to build your practice. Quick! Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!
- Representatives help clients to achieve and maintain financial security by providing financial advice and matching solutions with clients’ needs and goals.
- Develop rapport with clients and foster long-term relationships.
- Be knowledgeable about Northwestern Mutual financial products and financial market trends.
- Build and maintain client bases, keep current client financial plans up-to-date and build a portfolio of new clients on an ongoing basis.
- Provide dedicated and focused client experiences.
- An award-winning training program to help you get started.
- Mentorship and professional development training throughout your entire career.
- A culture that promotes diversity, teamwork, work/life balance, recognition and rewards.
- The opportunity to design your road map to leadership and specialized roles.
- Leading industry products and solutions built on an integrated technology platform.
- Financial support for professional designations and certifications, such as the CFP® certification or Series 6 & 63 licenses, which will boast your career from Financial Representative intern to Financial Advisor.
- A rewarding career, with extraordinary income potential and a variable compensation model, including recognition and bonuses, where hard work directly relates to your sales results.
Our teams of financial advisors across the nation embody these beliefs and are committed to helping clients reach their financial goals. With over 70% of American’s citing that their financial planning needs improvement, a career provides abundant opportunities to serve this growing need!
Important Information:
Pay: $400/month
Hours: Part-Time (Semester); Full-Time (Summer)
Location: Lakewood, CO
REF #3152653

FRONT DESK ASSOCIATE: Pay: $15/hour; Hours: 20 hours/week during semester; 40 hours/week during Summer; REF #3225577

Do you want to work on your communication and administation skills? Then look no further and check out the job below!

Job Summary:

The Front Desk Associate is for many the first point of contact with the Company. The Front Desk Associate is focused on handling incoming calls and foot traffic with the highest quality of customer service. The Associate provides clerical and administrative support to the other departments within the Company.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities

Customer Service/Receptionist

  • Answer all incoming calls, handling caller’s inquiries or re-directing calls as appropriate
  • Greet, assist and/or direct all visitors to the Company

Clerical and Administrative Support

  • Set up and process paperwork for new properties
  • Print new owner packets
  • Accurate advertising of properties
  • Manage and maintain the application process
  • Receipt and ensure proper handling of security deposits brought into office
  • Receipt and ensure proper handling of rent payments
  • Process move-in sheets by printing, filing and uploading into Company’s software
  • Coordinate visits to the property between the owner, third parties and tenants

General Office Support

  • Kitchen duties
  • Open and deliver mail
  • Receive and relay faxes and voicemails
  • Assist with mailings

Key Attributes

  • Effective verbal, listening and written communication skills
  • Able to interact with visitors in a friendly and respectful manner
  • Flexibility and exceptional multi-tasking abilities
  • Supports the needs of co-workers and other departments
  • Attention to detail and accuracy in recording information

Minimum Requirements

  • Verbal and written proficiency in the English language
  • High school diploma, GED or equivalent
  • Ability to effectively communicate with callers, visitors and other team members
  • Ability to analyze information as provided by applicants for accuracy
  • Ability to enter data with a high degree of accuracy
  • Ability to answer multiple calls at one time

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

  • None

Physical and Mental Demands

  • Ability to lift up to twenty pounds
  • Ability to sit for extended periods of time
  • Ability to learn internet based software/apps
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite – Word, Outlook, and Excel
  • Basic math skills
  • Ability to manage a number of requests and situations simultaneously

Working Conditions

  • Moderate noise within company office (examples: business office with computers, printers, and light traffic)

Interested in learning more? Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Important Information:

Pay: $15/hour
Hours: 20 hours/week during semester and 40 hours/week during summer
Location: Denver, CO
REFERENCE #3225577

LASER TECH: Pay: $15/hour; Hours; Part-Time or Full-Time Flexible Hours; REF: #2914374

Job Title: Laser Tech

Job Overview:

Do you like working with your hands? We have an opportunity for you to be part of an operations team for a local, family owned engraving business. They provides gifts and products to individuals, businesses, and anyone that seeks a personalized engraved product. In this role, you would be responsible for assisting with purchase orders (mostly online), and ensuring that they go to fulfillment during the busy Christmas Season. Are you interested? Then, contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Find yourself working with machinery, computers and various products in order to help with the process of getting the customer’s engraved pieces to their end destination.


  • You have a strong attention to detail.

Important Information

Pay: $15/hour

Hours: Part-Time or Full Time Flexible Hours

Location: Broomfield, CO

REF #2914374

SUMMER RETAIL BANKING INTERN: Pay: $14.50/hour; Hours; Full-Time, Summer; REF: #3102934

Job Title: Summer Retail Banking Intern
Job Overview:

Do you enjoy the financial world? Then do not miss this great opportunity to be a summer intern at a well-known banking franchise. As an intern, you will initially learn the role of a branch teller and will get to build knowledge to get a high-level overview of lending and management. In addition, you get to develop interpersonal skills and decision-making capabilities of retail banking as integral parts of the program. Interested? Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Learn how to accurately and efficiently process a wide range of consumer and commercial bank transactions.
  • Provide customers with fast and friendly customer service by answering inquiries and informing customers of products and services, which may result in cross-sold products.
  • Excel in your other duties as assigned! Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!
  • You are a current full time college student seeking a business degree and have completed at least 2 years of undergraduate studies at the start of the internship. Or MBA students with preference to the following concentrations: Management, Finance, Accounting, and Marketing.
  • You hold a minimum of a 3.0 GPA.
  • You have to be comfortable in an office environment with moderate noise levels.
  • You are able to manage traveling with light to heavy traffic.
  • You frequently remain stationary and operate computer and office machinery.
  • You are able to communicate clearly and with precision of detail.
Important Information:

Pay: Starting at 14.50/hour.

Hours: Full-Time, Summer

Location: Longmont, Greely, Colorado Springs, Boulder, Fort Collins and Denver, CO.

REF: #3102934

MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST: Pay: $15/hour; Hours: 20 hours/week during semester; 40 hours/week during Summer; REF #3084415

Want to gain management experience in the maintenance field? Then this job is right for you! Keep reading to find out more!

Job Summary:

The maintenance administration specialist is focused on handling and processing various administrative responsibilities of the Maintenance Department. This will include, but not limited to, maintaining vendor files, vendor open work order status and reporting, processing vendor invoices (printing and pricing), processing inspections, reporting lease violations, rescheduling inspections, emailing owners inspections and maintaining vendor, tenant and owner communications as required. The position is supported with a part time billing specialist that will assist in weekly completion of various Duties and Responsibilities outlined below.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities

Vendors & Billing

  • Maintain Vendors files, including, on boarding process document requirements, current certificate of insurance reporting, contact information. Maintain current Vendor Master List file for department use.
  • Printing, sorting and pricing vendor invoices daily. Verifying RPM vendor and client pricing guidelines, obtaining department approval, communicate uncompleted scope of service, electronic and hard copy filing and working with accounting to finalize and close work orders accordingly.
  • Communicate with vendors to ensure appropriate timing, correct invoice information and amounts.
  • Maintain vendor estimates and validate vendor invoices against approved estimates as needed.
  • Assist vendors, tenants and owners with any billing inquiries.
  • Communicate weekly open work order reporting to all vendors.
  • Maintain vendor open work order status for specifically assigned vendors.
  • Craig’s list postings of Open vendor positions.


  • Process all inspections daily.
  • Complete monthly inspection routes utilizing workflow software.
  • Provide daily inspection schedule and key folder for inspector.
  • Update PropertyWare with lease violation watch items and report lease violations to accounting.


  • Ensure prompt and effective communication to Landlords, Tenants and Vendors. Effectively communicates with vendors, tenants, and landlords via phone, email, and face to face interaction
  • Answer Department phone calls as needed.
  • Provide lunch coverage for receptionist desk daily.
  • Generate Key Performance Indicator reports as directed.
  • Generate PropertyWare reporting to department employees as directed.
  • Assist in managing daily maintenance work order queues as needed.
  • Maintain Department “status board” weekly with updates (i.e. vendor availability)
  • Occasional travel to properties in the Denver metro area for miscellaneous assignments (take exterior pictures, pull lock boxes, etc.)
  • Perform other special assignments as determined by Service Manager and Vice President of Maintenance.

Key Attributes

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Proactive communicator who responds with urgency
  • Detailed organizational skills
  • Exemplifies problem solving skills and innovative thinking
  • Flexibility and exceptional multi-tasking abilities
  • Supports the needs of co-workers and other departments

Minimum Requirements

  • Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle and insurance
  • Ability to effectively communicate with vendors, customers, and co-workers via phone, email, and face to face.
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret data from invoices and spreadsheets.
  • Ability to create spreadsheets and reports
  • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from management and customers.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

  • None

Physical and Mental Demands

  • Ability to lift up to fifty pounds
  • Ability to sit for extended periods of time
  • Basic math capabilities
  • Ability to learn internet based software/apps
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite – Word, Outlook, and Excel

Working Conditions

  • Moderate noise within company office and offsite job sites (examples: business office with computers, printers, and light traffic)

Interested in learning more? Then contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Important Information:

Pay: $15/hour

Hours: 20 hours/week during semester and 40 hours/week during summer

Location: Denver

REFERENCE #3084415

INSIDE COUNTER SALES: Pay: $14/hour; Hours: Part-Time and Full-Time; REF #2913590

Job Title: Inside Counter Sales
Job Overview:

Do you believe that hard work makes a difference? One of our FAVORITE Organizations is looking for a Counter Salesperson who wants to jump in head-first and help manage our growing retail division. You will directly contribute to expanding the business and maintaining strong customer relationships. If you are self-motivated and passionate about improving sales and delivering excellent customer service, we want to talk to you. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Ensure the proper opening and closing of the store.
  • Put your finance skills to work as you count money and balance cash drawers.
  • Keep informed on the latest current sales, promotion, and policies regarding payment and exchanges.
  • Play an active role in recommending merchandise based upon the customer’s needs and desires.
  • Engage with the customer by explaining the use, safe operation, and care of merchandise to the customer.
  • Keep the store looking its freshest by pricing, bar coding, stocking merchandise and cleaning various surfaces.
  • Run the function of computing sales pricing, finalizing purchases and processing payments.
  • You hold a basic comprehension of skills such as Excel, Outlook and Microsoft Office.
  • You have customer experience under your belt.
  • Having welding experience or knowledge is a preferred asset to you.
  • Having retails sales experience is a bonus!
  • Employee stock ownership plan.
  • Competitive salary
  • We pay 80% of medical/dental insurance premiums, life insurance coverage for employees, spouses and dependents.
  • Vision insurance
  • Tuition and book reimbursement, debt forgiveness and more!
Important Information:

Pay: $14/hour plus Awesome Company Benefits including Loan Forgiveness!

Hours: 20 hours/week during Semester and Full-Time during Summer.

Location: Denver and Littleton

REF #2913590

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