LifeIce is seeking a motivated, versatile, organized, trustworthy and passionate intern to work (part-time) alongside the Founder and be part of the extremely exciting journey of launching a new health food product into the market.
Through real-world applications of juggling the various aspects of any start-up -- from fundraising, to sales meetings and presentations, to PR and marketing strategies, to suppliers and contract manufacturing, to ecommerce, to legal, corporate and financial matters, this is an opportunity to get a real world "Business 101" education -- outside the classroom.
The focus of this internship will be ACCOUNTING, BOOKKEEPING & GENERAL FINANCIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS.
How to apply: LifeIce is currently accepting applications. Please send your resume, experience, availability, and contact information to:
Paulette Fox, Founder of Lifeice
(Please indicate: "LifeIce Financial Internship" in the subject of your e-mail)
Working closely with Founder to prepare LifeIce to support the Company's day-to-day bookkeeping, accounting and overall administrative and financial focused needs.
This is a broad internship opportunity in real world start-up culture, where a task or assignment could change from day-to-day.
In the end, LifeIce is looking for interns with flexibility, versatility, trustworthiness and a willingness to meet each day's challenge with equal parts enthusiasm and commitment.
LifeIce's ideal candidate is highly motivated; extremely organized and detailed oriented; possesses a diverse skill set and a willingness to learn; brings a positive attitude and willingness to adapt.
Experience and/or specific interest in finance and accounting would be required to support this aspect of the Company.
An added bonus would be an interest in start-up culture, health & wellness or the food industry.
Interest in the LifeIce brand and its mission (www.lifeice.com)
Capable of working both directly with the Founder (at part-time hours) and independently with minimal supervision
Strong organizational and financial skills, with an attention to detail
Resourceful, innovative, and productive
Ability to meet deadlines, multi-task and prioritize assignments
Manage day-to-day of various vendor, supplier, customer relationships
Clear, professional communication skills (written, oral & interpersonal)
Strong computer skills (Word, Excel, QuickBooks and PowerPoint )
Undergraduate, Graduate or Post-Graduate Level.
School credit (if applicable), plus reasonable out-of-pocket expenses (commuting & meals stipend).