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Internship IN Information Technology (IT)        Year Up        Westchester

Year Up is a one-year or less intensive job training program that provides young adults with hands-on training, real-world corporate access, a work immersion experience, and unparalleled support. Year Up participants also receive an educational stipend. The first three months of the program consists of technical and professional skills training, which are part-time and primarily virtual, providing you with increased flexibility to complete your program work. You will then have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a four-month full-time work experience at a top company, such as Amazon, AT&T, or World Fuel Services among many other leading organizations in the Miami, Florida area. What will you gain? Professional business and communication skills, interviewing and networking skills, resume building, ongoing support and guidance to help you launch your career. In-depth classes include: - Business Fundamentals - Helpdesk/Desktop Support Get the skills and opportunity you need to launch your professional career. 80% of Year Up graduates are employed and/or enrolled in postsecondary education within 4 months of graduation. Employed graduates earn an average starting salary of $52,000 per year. Are you eligible? You can apply to Year Up if you are: - 18-29 years old -A high school graduate or GED recipient -Eligible to work in the U. S. -Fully vaccinated against Covid-19, unless you have a medical disability or sincerely held religious belief that prevents you from receiving the vaccine -Available Monday-Friday throughout the duration of the program -Highly motivated to learn technical and professional skills -Have not obtained a bachelorʼs degree
2023-01-21T01:02:15Z        

Internship IN Information Technology (IT)        Year Up        Coral Gables

Year Up is a one-year or less intensive job training program that provides young adults with hands-on training, real-world corporate access, a work immersion experience, and unparalleled support. Year Up participants also receive an educational stipend. The first three months of the program consists of technical and professional skills training, which are part-time and primarily virtual, providing you with increased flexibility to complete your program work. You will then have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a four-month full-time work experience at a top company, such as Amazon, AT&T, or World Fuel Services among many other leading organizations in the Miami, Florida area. What will you gain? Professional business and communication skills, interviewing and networking skills, resume building, ongoing support and guidance to help you launch your career. In-depth classes include: - Business Fundamentals - Helpdesk/Desktop Support Get the skills and opportunity you need to launch your professional career. 80% of Year Up graduates are employed and/or enrolled in postsecondary education within 4 months of graduation. Employed graduates earn an average starting salary of $52,000 per year. Are you eligible? You can apply to Year Up if you are: - 18-29 years old -A high school graduate or GED recipient -Eligible to work in the U. S. -Fully vaccinated against Covid-19, unless you have a medical disability or sincerely held religious belief that prevents you from receiving the vaccine -Available Monday-Friday throughout the duration of the program -Highly motivated to learn technical and professional skills -Have not obtained a bachelorʼs degree
2023-01-20T20:57:33Z        

Entry-Level Information Technology (IT) Role        Year Up        Westchester

Year Up is a one-year or less intensive job training program that provides young adults with hands-on training, real-world corporate access, a work immersion experience, and unparalleled support. Year Up participants also receive an educational stipend. The first three months of the program consists of technical and professional skills training, which are part-time and primarily virtual, providing you with increased flexibility to complete your program work. You will then have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a four-month full-time work experience at a top company, such as Amazon, AT&T, or World Fuel Services among many other leading organizations in the Miami, Florida area. What will you gain? Professional business and communication skills, interviewing and networking skills, resume building, ongoing support and guidance to help you launch your career. In-depth classes include: - Business Fundamentals - Helpdesk/Desktop Support Get the skills and opportunity you need to launch your professional career. 80% of Year Up graduates are employed and/or enrolled in postsecondary education within 4 months of graduation. Employed graduates earn an average starting salary of $52,000 per year. Are you eligible? You can apply to Year Up if you are: - 18-29 years old -A high school graduate or GED recipient -Eligible to work in the U. S. -Fully vaccinated against Covid-19, unless you have a medical disability or sincerely held religious belief that prevents you from receiving the vaccine -Available Monday-Friday throughout the duration of the program -Highly motivated to learn technical and professional skills -Have not obtained a bachelorʼs degree
2023-01-20T20:57:32Z        

Entry-Level Information Technology (IT) Role        Year Up        Coral Gables

Year Up is a one-year or less intensive job training program that provides young adults with hands-on training, real-world corporate access, a work immersion experience, and unparalleled support. Year Up participants also receive an educational stipend. The first three months of the program consists of technical and professional skills training, which are part-time and primarily virtual, providing you with increased flexibility to complete your program work. You will then have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a four-month full-time work experience at a top company, such as Amazon, AT&T, or World Fuel Services among many other leading organizations in the Miami, Florida area. What will you gain? Professional business and communication skills, interviewing and networking skills, resume building, ongoing support and guidance to help you launch your career. In-depth classes include: - Business Fundamentals - Helpdesk/Desktop Support Get the skills and opportunity you need to launch your professional career. 80% of Year Up graduates are employed and/or enrolled in postsecondary education within 4 months of graduation. Employed graduates earn an average starting salary of $52,000 per year. Are you eligible? You can apply to Year Up if you are: - 18-29 years old -A high school graduate or GED recipient -Eligible to work in the U. S. -Fully vaccinated against Covid-19, unless you have a medical disability or sincerely held religious belief that prevents you from receiving the vaccine -Available Monday-Friday throughout the duration of the program -Highly motivated to learn technical and professional skills -Have not obtained a bachelorʼs degree
2023-01-20T20:57:33Z        

Information Technology        Broward County Florida        Lazy Lake

HIRING IT Information Systems Supervisor (Cyber Security and Compliance) Up to $135,337.58 Annually Minimum Qualifications: Requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in computer science or closely related field. (Two years of relevant experience may be substituted for each year of required education.) Requires four (4) years of experience in systems analysis, systems design and/or programming experience relevant to area of assignment including six (6) months lead work/supervisory experience. Information Technology Specialist (Telephone Services) Up to $135,337.58 Annually Minimum Qualifications: Requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in computer science or closely related field. (Two years of relevant experience may be substituted for each year of required education.) Requires four (4) years of experience in systems analysis, systems design and/or applications programming relevant to area of assignment including related project management or closely related experience. Click APPLY To Learn More and Apply
2023-01-09T07:58:24Z        

Information Technology Professional (IT Support)        US Navy        Hialeah

About At any given moment, hundreds of complex networked computer systems are operating in tandem to keep ships and submarines operating at their best. When a network goes down, vital information may be lost, from global satellite data to special intelligence communications. That's why it's critical that trained Information Systems Technicians are on board to make sure networks and related systems are designed and operated properly, and errors are fixed without any interruption to the mission. Enlisted None What to Expect Information Systems Technician More Information Responsibilities Information Systems Technicians manage communication operations and networks aboard Navy vessels, and play a vital role in everything from electronic mail systems to special intelligence and information warfare systems. There are two types of Information Systems Technicians depending on whether you choose to serve on ships or submarines. Responsibilities may include: INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN (IT) Establishing, monitoring and maintaining radio frequency communication systems Operating and maintaining global satellite telecommunications systems Transmitting, receiving and storing all incoming and outgoing messages Managing and coordinating information systems security across platforms and fleets Designing, installing and operating wide-area-networks, computer systems and associated devices Performing network system administration, maintenance and training and manage network security Installing applications, troubleshooting user problems and providing training and assistance with use of computer hardware and software Writing programs to collect and distribute data for a variety of applications Ensuring the proper security and handling of communications materials, systems and equipment Performing diagnostics and data recovery operations and maintaining logs INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN SUBMARINES (ITS) Establishing, monitoring and maintaining radio frequency communication systems Operating and maintaining global satellite telecommunications systems Transmitting, receiving and storing all incoming and outgoing messages Managing and coordinating information systems security across platforms and fleets Designing, installing and operating wide-area-networks, computer systems and associated devices Performing network system administration, maintenance and training and manage network security Installing applications, troubleshooting user problems and providing training and assistance with use of computer hardware and software Writing programs to collect and distribute data for a variety of applications Performing diagnostics and data recovery operations, and maintain logs Operating and maintaining electronic equipment used for detection and tracking, communication security and cryptography and Electronic Warfare Systems Operating and maintaining testing and auxiliary equipment Ensuring the proper security and handling of communications materials, systems and equipment Work Environment As an IT, you are primarily stationed aboard ships at sea, while you'll serve aboard submarines as an ITS. You will also receive shore assignments. Your typical work environment will be a clean, climate-controlled indoor space used to house electronic equipment or computers. Training & Advancement Upon completion of initial training at Recruit Training Command Great Lakes (known as Boot Camp), both ITS and ITs report for specialized training, including: Class "A" Technical School (24 weeks) in Pensacola, FL (for ITs) or Groton, CT (for ITSs) for training on Microsoft, Cisco and Oracle computer software and hardware fundamentals, automatic data processing, security, and system theory and operation. After "A" School, Information Systems Technician Submarines (ITS) will also attend submarine training: Basic Enlisted Submarine School (8 weeks) in Groton, CT, for training in basic submarine systems. Note that this training is only for Information Systems Technician Submarines (ITS). After completing training, ITs and ITSs will receive their first assignments. ITs may be assigned to a ship, communication station or shore station, while ITSs may be assigned to a submarine, communication station or shore station. Promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. Advanced Training Advanced training as an Information Systems Technician may be available during later stages of your career. For those with further leadership aspirations and a college degree, Officer roles may be available, providing opportunities to lead and train others. Post-Service Opportunities Specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields in the civilian world, such as IT and network support, computer programming, web development, and information security. Education Opportunities Beyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy technical and operational training as an Information Systems Technician can translate to credit hours toward a bachelor's or associate degree through the American Council on Education . You may also continue your education through undergraduate degree opportunities like the Navy College Program and Tuition Assistance and the Post-9/11 GI Bill. Qualifcations & Requirements A high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor and an Information Systems Technician. Due to the sensitive nature of this role, you must be a U.S. citizen eligible for a "Top Secret" security clearance, which requires a background investigation. Immediate family members must also be U.S. citizens. IT and ITS applicants should have good arithmetic, writing and speaking skills, and should be able to use and understand computers. You should also be able to perform detailed work, keep accurate records and work well with others as part of a team. Important physical attributes include good manual dexterity and physical strength. ITS applicants must be willing to serve aboard submarines. General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you're currently serving , whether you've served before or whether you've never served before . Part-Time Opportunities Serving part-time as a Navy Reserve Sailor, your duties will be carried out during your scheduled drilling and training periods. During monthly drilling, Information Systems Technicians in the Navy Reserve typically work at a location close to their homes. For annual training, you may serve anywhere in the world, including locations in the U.S., at bases overseas, or in areas where humanitarian needs are great. Take a moment to learn more about the general roles and responsibilities of Navy Reserve Sailors . Most of what you do in the Navy Reserve is considered training. The basic Navy Reserve commitment involves training a minimum of one weekend a month (referred to as drilling) and two weeks a year (referred to as Annual Training) - or the equivalent of that. Information Systems Technicians in the Navy Reserve serve in an Enlisted role. Before receiving the ongoing professional training that comes with the job, initial training requirements must be met. For current or former military Enlisted servicemembers, prior experience satisfies the initial Recruit Training requirement, so you will not need to go through Boot Camp again. For those without prior military experience, you will need to meet the initial Recruit Training requirement by attending Boot Camp in Great Lakes, IL. This training course will prepare you for service in the Navy Reserve and count as your first Annual Training.
2023-02-01T01:58:03Z        

Information Technology Professional (IT Support)        US Navy        Miami

About At any given moment, hundreds of complex networked computer systems are operating in tandem to keep ships and submarines operating at their best. When a network goes down, vital information may be lost, from global satellite data to special intelligence communications. That's why it's critical that trained Information Systems Technicians are on board to make sure networks and related systems are designed and operated properly, and errors are fixed without any interruption to the mission. Enlisted None What to Expect Information Systems Technician More Information Responsibilities Information Systems Technicians manage communication operations and networks aboard Navy vessels, and play a vital role in everything from electronic mail systems to special intelligence and information warfare systems. There are two types of Information Systems Technicians depending on whether you choose to serve on ships or submarines. Responsibilities may include: INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN (IT) Establishing, monitoring and maintaining radio frequency communication systems Operating and maintaining global satellite telecommunications systems Transmitting, receiving and storing all incoming and outgoing messages Managing and coordinating information systems security across platforms and fleets Designing, installing and operating wide-area-networks, computer systems and associated devices Performing network system administration, maintenance and training and manage network security Installing applications, troubleshooting user problems and providing training and assistance with use of computer hardware and software Writing programs to collect and distribute data for a variety of applications Ensuring the proper security and handling of communications materials, systems and equipment Performing diagnostics and data recovery operations and maintaining logs INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN SUBMARINES (ITS) Establishing, monitoring and maintaining radio frequency communication systems Operating and maintaining global satellite telecommunications systems Transmitting, receiving and storing all incoming and outgoing messages Managing and coordinating information systems security across platforms and fleets Designing, installing and operating wide-area-networks, computer systems and associated devices Performing network system administration, maintenance and training and manage network security Installing applications, troubleshooting user problems and providing training and assistance with use of computer hardware and software Writing programs to collect and distribute data for a variety of applications Performing diagnostics and data recovery operations, and maintain logs Operating and maintaining electronic equipment used for detection and tracking, communication security and cryptography and Electronic Warfare Systems Operating and maintaining testing and auxiliary equipment Ensuring the proper security and handling of communications materials, systems and equipment Work Environment As an IT, you are primarily stationed aboard ships at sea, while you'll serve aboard submarines as an ITS. You will also receive shore assignments. Your typical work environment will be a clean, climate-controlled indoor space used to house electronic equipment or computers. Training & Advancement Upon completion of initial training at Recruit Training Command Great Lakes (known as Boot Camp), both ITS and ITs report for specialized training, including: Class "A" Technical School (24 weeks) in Pensacola, FL (for ITs) or Groton, CT (for ITSs) for training on Microsoft, Cisco and Oracle computer software and hardware fundamentals, automatic data processing, security, and system theory and operation. After "A" School, Information Systems Technician Submarines (ITS) will also attend submarine training: Basic Enlisted Submarine School (8 weeks) in Groton, CT, for training in basic submarine systems. Note that this training is only for Information Systems Technician Submarines (ITS). After completing training, ITs and ITSs will receive their first assignments. ITs may be assigned to a ship, communication station or shore station, while ITSs may be assigned to a submarine, communication station or shore station. Promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. Advanced Training Advanced training as an Information Systems Technician may be available during later stages of your career. For those with further leadership aspirations and a college degree, Officer roles may be available, providing opportunities to lead and train others. Post-Service Opportunities Specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields in the civilian world, such as IT and network support, computer programming, web development, and information security. Education Opportunities Beyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy technical and operational training as an Information Systems Technician can translate to credit hours toward a bachelor's or associate degree through the American Council on Education . You may also continue your education through undergraduate degree opportunities like the Navy College Program and Tuition Assistance and the Post-9/11 GI Bill. Qualifcations & Requirements A high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor and an Information Systems Technician. Due to the sensitive nature of this role, you must be a U.S. citizen eligible for a "Top Secret" security clearance, which requires a background investigation. Immediate family members must also be U.S. citizens. IT and ITS applicants should have good arithmetic, writing and speaking skills, and should be able to use and understand computers. You should also be able to perform detailed work, keep accurate records and work well with others as part of a team. Important physical attributes include good manual dexterity and physical strength. ITS applicants must be willing to serve aboard submarines. General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you're currently serving , whether you've served before or whether you've never served before . Part-Time Opportunities Serving part-time as a Navy Reserve Sailor, your duties will be carried out during your scheduled drilling and training periods. During monthly drilling, Information Systems Technicians in the Navy Reserve typically work at a location close to their homes. For annual training, you may serve anywhere in the world, including locations in the U.S., at bases overseas, or in areas where humanitarian needs are great. Take a moment to learn more about the general roles and responsibilities of Navy Reserve Sailors . Most of what you do in the Navy Reserve is considered training. The basic Navy Reserve commitment involves training a minimum of one weekend a month (referred to as drilling) and two weeks a year (referred to as Annual Training) - or the equivalent of that. Information Systems Technicians in the Navy Reserve serve in an Enlisted role. Before receiving the ongoing professional training that comes with the job, initial training requirements must be met. For current or former military Enlisted servicemembers, prior experience satisfies the initial Recruit Training requirement, so you will not need to go through Boot Camp again. For those without prior military experience, you will need to meet the initial Recruit Training requirement by attending Boot Camp in Great Lakes, IL. This training course will prepare you for service in the Navy Reserve and count as your first Annual Training.
2023-02-01T01:57:54Z        

2023 Summer Internship | Information Technology - Miramar, FL        Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits        Miramar

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW 2023 Summer Internship | Information Technology (ETP) Who we are looking for: December 2023 or May 2024 graduates Dates of Summer Internship: May 22nd – August 4th, 2022 Open your future to incredible career potential. Work for an industry-leader who invests in their people. Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits is North America’s preeminent wine and spirits distributor, as well as a family-owned, privately held company with a 50 year legacy of success. We were named by Newsweek as a Most Loved Workplace and are included on the Forbes lists for Largest Private Companies and Best Employers for Diversity. As a full-time employee, you can choose from a full menu of our Top Shelf Benefits, including comprehensive medical and prescription drug coverage, dental and vision plans, tax-saving Flexible Spending Accounts, disability coverage, life insurance plans, and a 401(k) plan. We also offer tuition reimbursement, a wellness program, parental leave, vacation accrual, paid sick leave, and more. At Southern Glazer’s, you’ll enjoy an environment where continuous learning and growth are supported and experience a culture where you are respected, and your voice is heard. If you’re looking to fill your glass with opportunity, come join our FAMILY. OVERVIEW The Southern Glazer’s Internship Program was established to develop the next generation of Sales, Trade Development, Operations, and Corporate leaders. Each summer, the program offers interns the opportunity to engage in career building activities while simultaneously learning and applying industry-leading practices. This hands-on experience gives interns the chance to explore and understand the adult beverage industry. The knowledge gained from industry leaders will allow you to build a network of professionals within the beverage alcohol industry and here at Southern Glazer’s. Being a Southern Glazer’s intern means you’ll be invited to our Leadership Spotlight Series, a Community Service day exclusive to our intern class, as well as access to Professional Development workshops and trainings PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES As an Intern with our ETP, you’ll work in a variety of teams within ETP including but not limited to: Architecture & Integration, Business Relationship Management, Governance and Project Management, Solution Delivery, Infrastructure and Enterprise Data Management to gain knowledge and understanding of information technology’s role in the wine and spirits distribution industry. The structured internship is designed to expose students to the wine and spirits Three-Tier beverage distribution system and the role technology plays to enable business capabilities. Interns will finish the program having gained a broad experience in various aspects of the relationship between IT, sales and operations. Part of the experience will include supporting projects as assigned and defined by student’s specific learning goals, participating in training, on-site meetings, and department wide learning opportunities as available. Lastly, interns will complete an end of internship project showcasing one’s knowledge and present to management. ADDITIONAL PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Proficiency using MS Office Suite including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Excellent interpersonal skills and enthusiasm to work with others to accomplish tasks, assignments and projects. Strong written and verbal communication skills to expresses ideas clearly and effectively when speaking and/or writing to individuals or groups; listens attentively; ensures that information is understood by all parties; and shares information in a timely manner. Ability to accurately and carefully follow established procedures for completing work tasks. Ability to organize and manage multiple projects and set priorities with an appropriate sense of what is most important and plan with an appropriate and realistic sense of the time demand involved. Ability to work through ambiguity in order to maintain momentum and achieve progress. Demonstrate respect and value contributions of individuals from diverse backgrounds. Demonstrated leadership experience MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Reside in the vicinity of the internship or have ability to obtain housing. Must be a minimum Junior in college and graduating the following year, pursuing a degree in: Business Administration, Information Technology, Computer Science, Management Information Systems (MIS) and/or comparable from an, accredited university Technical: Engineering, or Computer Science and/or comparable from an accredited university Must be at least 21 years of age Maintain at a minimum a 2.0 GPA (Grade Point Average) PHYSICAL DEMANDS Physical demands include a considerable amount of time sitting and typing/keyboarding, using a computer (e.g., keyboard, mouse, and monitor), or adding machine Physical demands with activity or condition may occasionally include walking, bending, reaching, standing, and stooping May require occasional lifting/lowering, pushing, carrying, or pulling up to 20lbs EEO STATEMENT Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits, an Affirmative Action/EEO employer, prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type and provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits provides competitive compensation based on estimated performance level consistent with the past relevant experience, knowledge, skills, abilities and education of employees. Unless otherwise expressly stated, any pay ranges posted here are estimates from outside of Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits and do not reflect Southern Glazer's pay bands or ranges.
2023-01-03T00:16:34Z        

2023 Summer Internship Information Technology - United States        Unilever        Miami

Our Future Leaders Programme will ignite the leader in you. This unique programme is designed to develop Unilever’s Future Leaders (UFL) by providing challenging and purposeful opportunities that accelerate their readiness to take on business leadership roles. Looking for highly motivated, independent, and critical thinking individuals who are looking to launch their career in Information Technology (IT). Enabling and future proofing the business through the use of technology is our role. We do this by partnering with business teams to implement innovative solutions and capabilities that will benefit the business and at the end of the day, allow Unilever to succeed in the marketplace. You will have an opportunity to truly lead a project that is both challenging, engaging and drives business value with the support of a network of IT colleagues. Since the IT organization is a global function, our interns get an opportunity to work with teams across the globe and across multiple business functions such as Marketing, Supply Chain, Finance, and Sales. Individuals that successfully progress through our internship program will get an opportunity to come in as a full-time management trainee through our Unilever Future Leaders Program (UFLP). In this program you get to experience rotational assignments which provide a breadth of experience in a variety of areas within IT which enable a fast-track into managerial positions. Who You Are & What You’ll Do Is “Tech” always a topic of interest in your newsfeed? Do you think about how every day challenges could be solved or improved with technology? We look for individuals who have a genuine curiosity and passion for technology. Our most successful interns are motivated by technology and are able to solve business problems through tech innovation. Every IT employee’s day to day looks different, but you’re guaranteed to learn the importance of information & analytics, creativity, stakeholder management, and driving project milestones in a fast-paced business setting. You’re a born leader: You will be responsible for the delivery of your own project. You will have the opportunity to work with both global and local teams. You are someone who likes to control their own destiny. You’re a strategy guru: You will have the freedom to make decisions that impact your project. You can make recommendations that will improve overall experience of our business teams. You love to win, and have fun doing it: You get to work for a company that has sustainability as a core value. You work with other team members in community events. You can see your project come to reality. You’re a changemaker: You can challenge the status quo and craft your project to the outcome you desire. You have a support network that will help you each step of the journey. Life at Unilever is a lot of fun - just like our application processCheck out what you'll experience when you apply for one of our internships or co-ops: Application - Start by completing our simple online application.You can import your details from your LinkedIn profile to speed up the process.You can only apply to one function, so carefully consider which role you would like to pursue before applying. Assessment - After your application, if you meet the basic requirements, we’ll invite you to participate in a series of fun games that looks at different cognitive, emotional, and social traits.This will help us find the best fit for you and you will receive personalized feedback after completing the games. Digital Interview - Upon successful completion of the assessment, you will be invited to participate in a digital interview where you can solve real-world problems using Unilever scenarios.This will give you insight into our company culture and how we do business.The interview is split into two parts - three short hypothetical questions followed by a business case.You can record and complete your video anytime, anywhere.All you need is a computer or mobile device with access to video recording (usually standard in most devices) and a stable internet connection. Discovery Center - Once the interview is complete, we’ll invite our top matches to our offices in the Greater New York City or Toronto areas (depending on which job you applied for) for a truly immersive experience.You’ll get to experience a number of exciting activities and projects along with your peers, meet our leaders, and receive personalized coaching and feedback.The exercises are designed around a real business case study, enabling us to tap into your potential while giving you further insight into what it’s really like to work at Unilever. What You’ll Need To Succeed Current college juniors pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or Business with an emphasis in technology is desirable. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher Willing to work out of New Jersey office for the summer The ideal candidate will have the ability to network with people in multiple locations (both in person and virtually), and be able to influence decision makers at different levels in the organization; be both a team player and work independently; manage their own time and projects to meet key milestones; demonstrate leadership capabilities; have the ability to apply creative thinking to challenges and solve complex business problems is important; and good presentation and communication skills will be required as you complete your project presentation to IT leaders at the end of the summer program. What We Can Offer You Culture for Growth | Top Notch Employee Health & Well Being Benefits | Every Voice Matters | Global Reach | Life at Unilever | Careers with Purpose | World Class Career Development Programs | Check Out Our Space | Focus On Sustainability For office-based, Research & Development, and remote positions, proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required to be eligible for employment. Religious and/or medical accommodations will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Unilever is an organization committed to diversity and inclusion to drive our business results and create a better future every day for our diverse employees, global consumers, partners, and communities. We believe a diverse workforce allows us to match our growth ambitions and drive inclusion across the business. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
2023-02-07T00:59:55Z        

2023 Summer Internship | Information Technology - Miramar, FL        Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits        Miramar

What You Need To Know2023 Summer Internship | Information Technology (ETP) Who we are looking for: December 2023 or May 2024 graduates Dates of Summer Internship: May 22nd - August 4th, 2022Open your future to incredible career potential. Work for an industry-leader who invests in their people. Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits is North America's preeminent wine and spirits distributor, as well as a family-owned, privately held company with a 50 year legacy of success. We were named by Newsweek as a Most Loved Workplace and are included on the Forbes lists for Largest Private Companies and Best Employers for Diversity.As a full-time employee, you can choose from a full menu of our Top Shelf Benefits, including comprehensive medical and prescription drug coverage, dental and vision plans, tax-saving Flexible Spending Accounts, disability coverage, life insurance plans, and a 401(k) plan. We also offer tuition reimbursement, a wellness program, parental leave, vacation accrual, paid sick leave, and more.At Southern Glazer's, you'll enjoy an environment where continuous learning and growth are supported and experience a culture where you are respected, and your voice is heard. If you're looking to fill your glass with opportunity, come join our FAMILY.OverviewThe Southern Glazer's Internship Program was established to develop the next generation of Sales, Trade Development, Operations, and Corporate leaders. Each summer, the program offers interns the opportunity to engage in career building activities while simultaneously learning and applying industry-leading practices.This hands-on experience gives interns the chance to explore and understand the adult beverage industry. The knowledge gained from industry leaders will allow you to build a network of professionals within the beverage alcohol industry and here at Southern Glazer's. Being a Southern Glazer's intern means you'll be invited to our Leadership Spotlight Series, a Community Service day exclusive to our intern class, as well as access to Professional Development workshops and trainingsPrimary ResponsibilitiesAs an Intern with our ETP, you'll work in a variety of teams within ETP including but not limited to: Architecture & Integration, Business Relationship Management, Governance and Project Management, Solution Delivery, Infrastructure and Enterprise Data Management to gain knowledge and understanding of information technology's role in the wine and spirits distribution industry. The structured internship is designed to expose students to the wine and spirits Three-Tier beverage distribution system and the role technology plays to enable business capabilities. Interns will finish the program having gained a broad experience in various aspects of the relationship between IT, sales and operations. Part of the experience will include supporting projects as assigned and defined by student's specific learning goals, participating in training, on-site meetings, and department wide learning opportunities as available. Lastly, interns will complete an end of internship project showcasing one's knowledge and present to management.Additional Primary ResponsibilitiesProficiency using MS Office Suite including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Excellent interpersonal skills and enthusiasm to work with others to accomplish tasks, assignments and projects. Strong written and verbal communication skills to expresses ideas clearly and effectively when speaking and/or writing to individuals or groups; listens attentively; ensures that information is understood by all parties; and shares information in a timely manner. Ability to accurately and carefully follow established procedures for completing work tasks. Ability to organize and manage multiple projects and set priorities with an appropriate sense of what is most important and plan with an appropriate and realistic sense of the time demand involved. Ability to work through ambiguity in order to maintain momentum and achieve progress. Demonstrate respect and value contributions of individuals from diverse backgrounds. Demonstrated leadership experience Minimum QualificationsReside in the vicinity of the internship or have ability to obtain housing.Must be a minimum Junior in college and graduating the following year, pursuing a degree in: Business Administration, Information Technology, Computer Science, Management Information Systems (MIS) and/or comparable from an, accredited universityTechnical: Engineering, or Computer Science and/or comparable from an accredited universityMust be at least 21 years of ageMaintain at a minimum a 2.0 GPA (Grade Point Average)Physical DemandsPhysical demands include a considerable amount of time sitting and typing/keyboarding, using a computer (e.g., keyboard, mouse, and monitor), or adding machinePhysical demands with activity or condition may occasionally include walking, bending, reaching, standing, and stoopingMay require occasional lifting/lowering, pushing, carrying, or pulling up to 20lbsEEO StatementSouthern Glazer's Wine and Spirits, an Affirmative Action/EEO employer, prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type and provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits provides competitive compensation based on estimated performance level consistent with the past relevant experience, knowledge, skills, abilities and education of employees. Unless otherwise expressly stated, any pay ranges posted here are estimates from outside of Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits and do not reflect Southern Glazer's pay bands or ranges.wayupPDN-972860e7-8e8c-4803-9298-51fb5591ab27
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