Posted by Willy Franzen on February 14, 2009. Jobs updated daily.
|Intern, Digital Strategies|
|Patient Service Coordinator/Medical Asst|
|Intern, Digital Strategies|
|Medical Assistant 2- Endocrinology (Ashburn) $1,500 Sign On Bonus|
|Patient Care Technician- Dialysis, Staunton, Full Time|
|Medical Assistant 2 - Orthopedics (Sterling)|
|Medical Lab Assistant, Short Hour|
|Clinical Nurse - Med/Stroke Unit (Part-Time)|
|Dean, College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College|
Fort Myer, VA
|Part-Time Assistant Manager at Jockey - Leesburg, VA|
If your sweetheart is out of a job this Valentine’s Day, then give him or her a gift that shows that you really care. Chocolates, flowers, and jewelry only bring temporary satisfaction, but there’s nothing more satisfying (besides a relationship with you, of course) than a job that you love. Enroll your sweetheart in Found Your Career (our online job search training course) today.
So far my Valentine’s Day related posts have been mostly about consumerism (ProFlowers, OpenTable, eHarmony, Tiffany & Co, and Vosges); however, since Valentine’s Day fell on a weekend this year, I had to find a Cupid approved non-profit. Since today is all about hearts, I thought that it’d be fitting to talk about jobs with American Heart Association. In case it’s not obvious, they’re a non-profit organization devoted to cardiovascular health. Their mission is to “build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.” It’s a simple mission, but it’s not an easy one. Since Valentine’s Day is really about the people whom we love, it’s fitting that we’re talking about an organization that is working to make sure that our loved ones are around and healthy for as long as possible.
American Heart Association has locations all across the country and a wide variety of job offerings. The job search function on their website is very easy to use, and it shows that they currently have 66 job openings. They are by no means all entry level, but there appear to be plenty of opportunities for new college grads. Administrative and Development seem to be popular areas for them right now, but there are other jobs as well. Make sure that you don’t overlook the positions with “Director” in the title. Usually jobs like those require significant experience, but the sampling that I looked at typically required 2+ years of experience, which might include some of you. There are literally jobs in ever state, so take a look and apply through their online process. If you have any questions about how to apply, check their FAQ.
Links to Help You Begin Your Research
Who’s your valentine?
We've identified American Heart Association as having career opportunities in the following categories:
|Construction Zone Traffic Flagger - $2,500 sign-on bonus!|
Area Wide Protective Poolesville, MD
|Delivery Driver (Personal Vehicle)|
UPS Sterling, VA
Loudoun Water Ashburn, VA
Thorlabs Sterling, VA
|HVAC Purchasing and Warehouse Coordinator|
Vernon Heating and Air Conditioning Sterling, VA