Have you checked out JobMonkey’s free database of job openings lately? It’s worth a quick search, as the database has hundreds of leads, updated daily.
To whet your job searching appetite, here are three of the hottest leads at JobMonkey. We’ve got opportunities from the West Coast to the East Coast — from California to Minnesota to Washington, D.C. There is an internship for business students, an administration position for a real estate company, and a senior level management job with a major ecological foundation. I hope you find your dream job here, but if not, be sure to do your own search at the JobMonkey jobs database!
#1. Human Resources Leadership Program Internship, Cisco Systems, San Jose, CA
Here’s a great internship opportunity for business students. Cisco Systems Inc. is currently looking to fill its Human Resources Leadership Development Program (HRLP). Individuals will intern for 10-15 weeks at Cisco’s corporate headquarters in San Jose, California. Interns will be assigned to work with senior leadership, managers, cross-functional teams, and other HRLP interns. Qualified candidates will be enrolled in an MBA or Masters degree program with a concentration in HR have excellent academic credentials, and a minimum of two years relevant work experience (either between their Bachelors and Masters programs or during their Masters program). To apply for the HRLP internship, you can apply online directly with Cisco Systems Inc.
#2. Senior Manager National Water Resources Campaigns, The National Wildlife Federation, Washington, DC
The nation’s largest member-supported conservation organization is looking to hire a senior manager to lead the National Wildlife Federation’s efforts to better protect people and wildlife in coastal areas and floodplains from the impacts of global warming. A major focus for the person in the position will be on building strong alliances with organizations that share a common interest. The ideal candidate will at least have a Bachelors Degree required, although an advanced degree is strongly suggested. Candidates must also have seven years of environmental or economic policy, advocacy or other related experience. Also required are exceptional communication skills and media strategies. Apply for this position directly at the National Wildlife Federation website.