The City of Hopkins is accepting applications for an intern position in Economic Development. The intern will be involved in a variety of projects including: work with staff to plan and implement the Artery Experiment, an Open Streets event July 9-12; assist with the implementation of a business promotion plan during 2015 road reconstruction; help with the promotion and marketing of a new city mobile app.
Desirable qualifications include knowledge of GIS.
Hours are flexible. Ideally the selected candidate would begin part-time hours in the spring, but be available full-time over the summer months.
Deadline for submitting applications is 4 pm, April 6, 2015.
For questions about the position contact Meg Beekman at 952-548-6343 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hopkins Center for the Arts is accepting applications for a part time Arts Center Custodian. Responsibilities include overseeing the orderly operation of Arts Center, opening and closing the building, working with customers and visitors, setting rooms for events and custodial duties. $10-11/hr DOQ.
The Hopkins Center for the Arts is open Monday–Saturday from 8am–8pm, and Sundays from noon–5pm. Often the building is open for extended hours due to special events.
We are looking for someone to primarily work weekends and evenings and to be on call for additional shifts.
This is a very hands-on position, requiring the ability and willingness to move tables and chairs, clean restrooms, empty trash, vacuum, and various other duties relating to building and event needs. The position represents Hopkins Center for the Arts to the public so a professional, customer service oriented manner is required.
Hours: 6 -- 20 hours per week depending on event needs.
Application deadline: until position is filled.
Please, no phone calls.
Hopkins Center for the Arts
Hopkins, MN 55343
Recreation summer employment opportunities are now available. You must be 16 years of age or older to apply. Some positions require working days, evenings, weekends and holidays.
Hiring for summer jobs with the Recreation Department is done through the City of Minnetonka. For more information about summer job opportunities go to Minnetonka Job Openings.
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