Internship – Compliance


The Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, Office of Energy has an opening for 1 Intern (unpaid) in the Operations/Compliance Section of our office. I am sending this information to you in hope you can help me facilitate getting this information out to the students at your University, specifically in your College of study. Please see the following minimum criteria as well as the  descriptions for each section:


Minimum Qualification:        Open to all majors, all schools (both undergraduate & graduate school)

Minimum Commitment:        10-20 hrs/week

Deadline to Apply:                 Friday, October 12, 2012 by 12:00noon

How to Apply:                        The students can follow the instructions on the attached application form which contains directions on how to apply.


Operations/Compliance Section – Intern Description

The Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, Office of Energy has an opening for a part-time Intern in the Operations/Compliance Section.  The candidate we seek must be skilled in the Microsoft program applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and must have skills in using a multi-line phone.  The applicant must have good organizational skills and the ability to learn new processes and different functions of the Department.  We are looking for someone who works well with others, is a self-starter and is motivated to do the best job possible.

This is work providing high-level administrative support by assisting in the coordination of the daily financial and administrative operations including budget operations, accounting, personnel, resources, information technology and property inventory. The incumbent will also assist in the coordination of training and technical assistance operations such as grant program and policy compliance, risk management and monitoring oversight. In addition, the incumbent may also be responsible for filing; faxing; copying; opening, sorting and delivering mail.

Please let me know of you have any questions and thank you in advance for helping us get this information out to the students!  J