DEPARTMENT OF NAVY
SUMMER SEMESTER 2015
MAJORS: BUSINESS (MBA) / COMPUTER SCIENCE / ACCOUNTANCY / MANAGEMENT / POLITICAL SCIENCE / INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES/ INTERNATIONAL STUDIES /HISTORY / PSYCHOLOGY/ CRIMINAL JUSTICE
SOPHOMORE; JUNIORS; 1ST SEMESTER SENIORS and 1ST YEAR GRADUATE STUDENTS
JOB DESCRIPTION: The US Department of Navy is looking for those special individuals that desire challenge, that strive to lead, that look for a better way, and do not lend themselves to status quo. If you have the ability to work with limited direction, enjoy traveling, are a self-motivator, detail oriented, possess exceptional organizational skills, and have the ability to quickly process information and respond appropriately, then would should apply for an exciting career as a security specialist. A security professional represents the Department of Navy in the protection of vital national security information and provides policy and guidance to the military, government agencies and industrial contractors. Security professionals are responsible for the execution of all aspects of program security and emphasizing a structured risk management approach to bring issues to final resolution.
Duties performed include, but not limited to, determining classification management; oversight of facility security and information systems practices and procedures; and security reviews in accordance with Department of Defense policies and procedures. The security professional will be skilled at providing technical security guidance and educating personnel in the protection of national security information. As the incumbent progressed from an entry-level position to mid-level, job responsibility and authority increases.
Requirements: GPA 3.0 minimum, U.S. Citizenship required, and background check will be performed. Interest in travel, ability to work in teams, 2nd semester sophomore status through graduate level, and Statement of Interest essay to be presented with student credentials as processed by the Internship Program Office. Copies of essay questions available in the University Career Services Office. Please schedule an appointment with our office to establish your credentials. Credentials must be completed by January 26, 2015.
Housing and Transportation: To be discussed during interviews.
Interviews will be conducted January 29th and 30th through the University Career Services Office. We are located on the 2nd level, Culp Center (ARC).
SALARY: GS4 (Plus benefits package) HOURS: 40 pr/wk
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT CLINIC
Based in JOHNSON CITY, TN
SPRING SEMESTER 2015 (CONTINUOUS SEMESTERS)
MAJORS : CRIMINAL JUSTICE / PSYCHOLOGY / SOCIOLOGY / SOCIAL WORK / EDUCATION / COUNSELING AND HUMAN SERVICES
JUNIOR - GRADUATE LEVELS
JOB DESCRIPTION: The FJDCC is an agency which provides assistance to Judges in the First Judicial District by evaluating high conflict families with children who are embroiled in custody and/or visitation disputes. The successful candidate will be capable of independent work responsibilities, collaboration with a multidisciplinary team, effective communication skills, as well as dependable and capable of crisis intervention when necessary. The intern will work under the direct supervision of Janie A. Short, LCSW, and will be primarily responsible for providing monitoring of court-ordered supervised visitations between parents with impairment (e.g., substance abuse, anger management, poor boundaries, etc.) and their minor children. In addition, the intern will participate in forensic evaluations of high conflict families who are referred to the FJDCC. This is an excellent opportunity for a student interested in direct exposure to family and human dynamics.
The work environment for this position varies as needed and will be explained at the initial interview.
SALARY: Unpaid /Volunteer
HOURS : 10-19 (1 credit hour)
DEADLINE: PAPERWORK MUST BE RECEIVED PRIOR TO THE START OF THE SEMESTER