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Mobius Social Systems employs emerging professionals who live in underutilized local areas to promote economic and social sustainability in our communities. The Emerging Professionals Program offers a unique opportunity to gain resume-building professional experience while making meaningful contributions in areas where we live and do business. Mobius Social Systems seeks candidates who reside in Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZones) to apply for immediate placement on either our pro-bono consulting team or inside of one of our internal departments.

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  • Mobius Social Systems - Alexandria, VA 22314

    Posted on ZipRecruiter 2017-01-26T11:29:25

    Mobius' Emerging Professionals Program is recruiting for junior software developers to support our modeling & simulation team in support of defense programs. This is a paid internship position to support the modeling, simulation, and analysis of defense space systems. Our company supports a variety of customers by performing analysis, architecture assessments, end-to-end simulations, and scenario and concept of operations development. The candidate may help in the rewriting and/or updating of existing codes and models. The selected candidate will assist and be mentored by engineering staff in a variety of tasks: defining, developing and employing system models; using and developing operational scenarios; conducting tradeoff analysis; and/or simulation of alternative architecturesThe Mobius Emerging Professionals Program is comprised of individuals who reside within a designated Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone). Confirm your address is located in a HUBZone here: http://hubfinder.io/#!/. Applicants who live in a designated HUBZone are strongly encouraged to apply.Desired Skills include:Bachelor’s degree or current bachelor’s degree candidate; preferred but not requiredAt least two years of an undergraduate curriculum in engineering, applied mathematics, or computer science is desiredAcademic project or research experience is desiredExcellent computing skills and the facility to apply computer programs to solve complex problems are requiredKnowledge of one or more programming languages, such as Matlab, VBA, Python, C++, Java are desired.Strong Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Word skillsKey Requirements include:Candidate should possess strong interest or experience in systems engineering, operations research, and/or modeling and simulationCandidate must have good problem solving and teaming skills, including the ability to identify, organize, prioritize, and ensure timely completion of tasksApplicants must be self-starters with the ability to work on-site and remotely for 10-12 hours per weekAll candidates must pass a background investigation and drug screening prior to hire and will be subject to random drug testingExcellent written and oral communication skills are essential
  • Mobius Social Systems - Alexandria, VA 22314

    Posted on ZipRecruiter 2017-01-26T11:20:00

    Mobius Social Systems is seeking a part-time Business Development Analyst. Successful candidates will have a background in conducting internet research on commercial and federal market trends, business trends and business performance inside of specified markets, and federal government contracting opportunities. Capable of doing market intelligence work for Mobius related to government contracting opportunities.The Mobius Social Systems team is comprised of individuals who reside within a designated Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone). Confirm your address is located in a HUBZone here: http://hubfinder.io/#!/. Applicants who live in a designated HUBZone are strongly encouraged to apply.Key responsibilities include:Support the corporate development team in the day-to-day research activitiesResearch market activity and social mediaHelp create presentations for prospective and existing clientsDesired Skills include:Bachelor’s degree or current bachelor’s degree candidate; preferred but not requiredDemonstrated interest and enthusiasm in marketing, media and technologyStrong Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Word skillKey Requirements include:HUBZone Resident - confirm your address here: http://hubfinder.io/#!/Applicants must be self-starters with the ability to work on-site and remotely for 10-15 hours per weekAll candidates must pass a background investigation and drug screening prior to hire and may be subject to random drug testing
  • Mobius Social Systems - Washington, DC 20004

    Posted on ZipRecruiter 2017-01-19T10:20:46

    Mobius is seeking a Research Assistant to support our pro-bono consulting services team. This part-time position requires 10-12 hours per week working on-site with our non-profit client, Martha's Table. For over 35 years, Martha's Table has worked to support stronger children, stronger families, and stronger communities by increasing access to quality education programs, healthy food, and family supports.Through their Healthy Start program, Martha's Table provides nationally accredited, high-quality early education programming and the health and life supports to ensure a great start for children from 3 months to 13 years of age. Mobius is seeking individuals to participate in a research project that will help Martha’s Table to expand its program offering to residents living in Washington, DC, specifically in Wards 7 and 8.The Healthy Start Research Assistant will conduct the necessary investigative work that will inform the design of such a program. The goal of the project is to collect information, including best in class programming, for programs throughout the United States.The Mobius pro-bono consulting services team is comprised of individuals who reside within a designated Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone). Confirm your address is located in a HUBZone here: http://hubfinder.io/#!/. Applicants who live in a designated HUBZone are strongly encouraged to apply.Education and Experience:*HUBZone resident - confirm your address here: http://hubfinder.io/#!/* Demonstrable experience in qualitative and quantitative research and assessment methodologies* Bachelor's degree desired* Familiarity with Microsoft Excel and/or other statistical software* Analytical thinker, excellent researcher* Excellent written and verbal communication skills* Positive energy and attitude; self-starter who is comfortable working independently* Detail and task oriented individuals About the Client:Martha’s Table began in 1979 as a result of the partnership between Dr. Veronica Maz and Father Horace McKenna, who wanted to create a safe place for children to eat and read after school. In response to the needs of the community, they gradually expanded our services. They now address emergency needs with food and clothing programs, and work to ensure a bright future for children and families through education and family support services.Today, they reach thousands of people through our food, education, and thrift store programs with significant support from 16,000 volunteers every year.
  • Mobius Social Systems - Washington, DC 20004

    Posted on ZipRecruiter 2016-10-20T12:42:12

    Mobius is seeking a graduate-level Records Management Assistant to support our pro-bono consulting services team. This part-time Records Management Assistant position requires 10-12 hours per week working on-site with our non-profit client, The National Child Research Center (NCRC) Preschool. Located in the historic district of Cleveland Park in Washington DC, NCRC’s highly trained faculty is committed to creating a preschool environment that nurtures the whole child while celebrating their uniqueness in a warm, supportive environment.We are seeking an intern with experience in Records Management. Responsibilities include working directly with the School Counselor to maintain and update highly confidential student files. The successful candidate will also work closely with the Advancement team to convert hard copy documents to electronic files. The Records Management Assistant will evaluate the records keeping system and address concerns or suggestions to the School Counselor and the Director of Advancement.The Mobius pro-bono consulting services team is comprised of individuals who reside within a designated Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone). Confirm your address is located in a HUBZone here: http://hubfinder.io/#!/. Applicants who live in a designated HUBZone are strongly encouraged to apply.Education and Experience:*HUBZone resident- confirm your address here: http://hubfinder.io/#!/* Bachelor's degree desired* Previous records management experience or background in business administration* Strong organizational and time management skills* Ability to establish retention and disposal schedules* Ability to ensure all documents and forms have been received from families* Strong verbal and written communication skills* Ability to work independentlyAbout the Client: For almost 90 years NCRC has created an inspiring and captivating learning environment for young children. NCRC ignites our children's imaginations and provides them with opportunities to grow and discover themselves and the ever-changing world around them. We realize that a great early childhood education is the solid foundation on which a child builds their future. NCRC's mission-driven inclusion model and diverse school community make it a truly remarkable place. ncrcpreschool.org
  • Mobius Social Systems - Washington, DC 20004

    Posted on ZipRecruiter 2016-10-20T12:35:03

    Mobius Social Systems is seeking a graduate-level Data Analyst to support our pro-bono consulting services team. This part-time Data Analyst position requires 10-12 hours per week working on-site with our non-profit client, The National Child Research Center (NCRC) Preschool. Located in the historic district of Cleveland Park in Washington DC, NCRC’s highly trained faculty is committed to creating a preschool environment that nurtures the whole child while celebrating their uniqueness in a warm, supportive environment.We are seeking an intern with experience in Data Analytics. Responsibilities include working directly with the Director of Advancement and Associate Director of Advancement on collecting data and analyzing annual giving trends, generating report templates using Senior Systems Database, and managing donor profiles. Candidates will also be responsible for conducting demographic/marketing analysis for the Director of Admission. These data analytical reports will highlight trends in our annual giving, donor profiles, and demographic marketing approach.The Mobius pro-bono consulting services team is comprised of individuals who reside within a designated Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone). Confirm your address is located in a HUBZone here: http://hubfinder.io/#!/. Applicants who live in a designated HUBZone are strongly encouraged to apply.Education and Experience:-HUBZone resident - confirm your address here: http://hubfinder.io/#!/-Bachelor's degree desired-Strong understanding of data analytics desired-Ability to acquire data from primary and secondary data sources-Ability to identify, analyze, and interpret trends or patterns in complex data sets-Proficiency in Microsoft office and technical expertise regarding data models, data mining, and segmentation techniques-Previous experience using other database software (Senior Systems)-Ability to generate data analytics using Excel to compare trends-Strong organizational and time management skills-Strong verbal and written communication skills-Ability to work independentlyAbout the Client:For almost 90 years NCRC has created an inspiring and captivating learning environment for young children. NCRC ignites our children's imaginations and provides them with opportunities to grow and discover themselves and the ever-changing world around them. We realize that a great early childhood education is the solid foundation on which a child builds their future. NCRC's mission-driven inclusion model and diverse school community make it a truly remarkable place. ncrcpreschool.org
  • Mobius Social Systems - Washington, DC 20004

    Posted on ZipRecruiter 2016-10-20T12:34:34

    Mobius Social Systems is seeking a graduate-level Research Assistant to support our pro-bono consulting services team. This part-time Research Assistant position requires 10-12 hours per week working on-site with our non-profit client, The National Child Research Center (NCRC) Preschool. Located in the historic district of Cleveland Park in Washington DC, NCRC’s highly trained faculty is committed to creating a preschool environment that nurtures the whole child while celebrating their uniqueness in a warm, supportive environment.We are seeking a candidate to support NCRC by researching various professional development opportunities for Teachers and Parents relating to early childhood education. Responsibilities include working directly with the Head of School in developing workshops on topics such inclusion and other early childhood development issues. Candidates will gain an understanding of the current trends in early childhood development and inclusion programs throughout independent schools. Additional responsibilities include generating relationships with organizations that provide teacher and parent workshops related to inclusion and early childhood development issues.The Mobius pro-bono consulting services team is comprised of individuals who reside within a designated Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone). Confirm your address is located in a HUBZone here: http://hubfinder.io/#!/. Applicants who live in a designated HUBZone are strongly encouraged to apply.Education and Experience:HUBZone resident - confirm your address here: http://hubfinder.io/#!/Bachelor’s degree desiredKnowledge in Early Childhood developmentAbility to research and connect with other organizationsAbility to identify and assess future training workshopsAbility to multi-task and work independentlyExcellent communication skillsAbout the Client:For almost 90 years NCRC has created an inspiring and captivating learning environment for young children. NCRC ignites our children's imaginations and provides them with opportunities to grow and discover themselves and the ever-changing world around them. We realize that a great early childhood education is the solid foundation on which a child builds their future. NCRC's mission-driven inclusion model and diverse school community make it a truly remarkable place. ncrcpreschool.org
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