Careers & Internships:

Careers:

To fill out an application for a position with the Chandler Chamber click here and visit our Indeed page here

 

Internships:

If you would like an intern for your business go to www.interships.com to post an opening or search out of posted resumes, for more information about internships contact info@chandlerchamber.com or call 480-963-4571

 

·Chamber Special Events & Programs Internship:

 

Assist the Special Events & Programs team through the development of written materials, support of various Chamber events & contact with current members

 

Duties may include:

-drafting letters, emails, & other documents with provided content for the Chamber’s annual events

-designing invitations, posters, & brochures

-event planning & organization

-set-up, registration, & clean-up on event days

-post-event follow up using Chamber Master Membership Partners, the Chamber’s database software

 

Desired skills & qualifications:

-declared major in Event Management, Communications, Public Relations, Interpersonal Communication, Organizational Communication, Marketing, or Tourism

-detail- oriented

-familiarity and working knowledge of Microsoft Office software

-possess excellent verbal & written communication skills

-able to manage multiple takes simultaneously & work independently  

 

·Chamber Membership Administration Internship:

 

You will learn the art of support a business to business sales team while working with the membership director & sales staff. You will have the opportunity to implement territory management, tracking, & evaluating activity & relaying information gathered to the internal staff of the office.

 

Duties may include:

-Entering prospects and new sales into the Chamber database

-Scheduling appointments for the sales staff

-Writing proactive emails

-Putting together spreadsheets

-Speaking with Chamber members and answering any questions they might have

-Researching various businesses and their contacts

-Other duties as assigned include attending and helping out with Chamber-related events when possible, running various errands around downtown with prospective and current Chamber members.

 

Desired skill and qualifications:

-Declared major in any of the following areas: Business, Business Administration, Public Relations, Organizational Communication, Communication Studies,  Interpersonal Communications and Marketing.

-Excellent and courteous phone skills

-Excellent time management and prioritization skills

-Exceptional written and verbal communication skills

-Proficient with all aspects of Microsoft Office

-Ability to multitask

-Strong work and service ethic

-Interested in networking and developing relationships with corporate executives

-Strong academic record

 

·Chamber Marketing & Graphic Arts Internship

 

Hands-on experience with writing press releases, electronic news magazine & blast, photography, social media, & graphic arts

 

Duties may include:

-Creating social media posts with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more.

-Creating promotional items for events; flyers, posters, etc. using Adobe Creative Suite.

-Assisting the Marketing Department with writing and designing articles for the monthly Newsletter.

-Writing articles and press releases for the local newspapers and magazines.

-Participate in think tanks for new collateral supporting the Chamber's brand

-Providing support at Chamber events

 

Desired skills and qualifications:

-Declared major in Media Communications, Marketing, Graphic Arts, Advertising or Journalism are preferred

-Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office

-Familiar with all aspects of social media

-Strong research, writing and organizational skills

-Able to multitask and work independently

 

·Chamber Public Policy & Government Relations Internship

 

Familiarizing oneself with the structure, goals, & strategic mission of the Chandler Chamber of Commerce & to be involved in the research, analysis, & implementation of the various government affairs activities the organization is involved in

 

Duties may include:

-Providing advocacy department support and assistance with advocacy events as needed, including the Public Policy seminar series

-Providing research and comparison information regarding local, state and federal legislation

-Providing data to the Chamber about current important business issues and what positions the state and US Chambers have taken on them

-Participating in as many public policy and government affairs activities and meetings as possible to see the process in action. This role will involve substantial interaction with Chamber volunteers and key local, state and federal elected officials

-Assisting the Chamber’s East Valley Chamber of Commerce Alliance which involves working with area business contacts to assist the region in obtaining federal support on projects that have a regional impact.

 

Desired skills and academic qualifications:

-Declared major in Political Science, Government Relations preferred

-Familiarity and working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel

-Strong verbal and written communication skills

-Ability to handle research assignments, manage multiple tasks simultaneously and work independently

 

·Chamber CEO Internship

 

As an intern for the Chief Executive Officer, you will be part of the administrative team and assist Chamber staff in providing networking events, education programs, and communications for members and the community. Your projects will include communications, research, assisting with the Board of Directors, Chamber committees, affiliated community organizations and events. You will have an opportunity to be mentored by the President and CEO of a regional Chamber.

 

Desired skills and academic qualifications:

-Motivated, forward-thinking individual who loves facing challenges and learning new skills

-Interest in gaining experience in such areas as business communication, meeting planning, marketing, public relations, program development, project management, research, etc.

-Excellent communication skills, including phone skills

-Ability to handle research assignments, manage multiple tasks simultaneously and work independently

-Familiarity and working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications