Job Summary: The Client Service Intern will assist Client Service Coordinator in all client service related activities, donation collection and organization, and maintenance of quality data of the services in Arlington.
Roles and Responsibilities
Assist compiling and recording the intake forms
Assist in maintaining data quality in both hard and soft copy
Search for available services in Arlington and Alexandria for the service directory preparation project
Help in the donation room: unpacking, ordering and organizing the donated items
Assist in pulling the donations for arriving clients
Assist with other related duties as assigned
College degree or perusing an undergraduate degree in political science, international relations, social work, law/justice, human rights, or related field required
Amharic language skills beneficial.
Previous experience working in multicultural contexts is desirable
An interest in international and refugee issue
Ability to work independently as well as in a team
Ability to work in fast-paced environment and process unexpected tasks and deadlines
Ability to work under pressure
Creativity and initiative to follow through on projects
Effective communication and writing skills
Proficiency in one or more language other than English is preferable
Having personal car or access to a car is highly desirable
Exposure to basic non-profit operations and environment
Knowledge of marginalized populations - challenges and opportunities
Knowledge of Arlington refugee benefits systems
Ability to navigate of social service systems
Basic ability to keep case notes and maintain case files to State Department standards.
At least 2 full days a week
Applications are considered on a first come, first served rolling basis.
Case Work / Management
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
Orientation or Training
Amharic speakers are highly encouraged to apply, but it is not a requirement