As a leading provider of contact center solutions, Inktel only selects the best and the brightest to be a part of our cutting-edge organization. We surround ourselves with a team of forward-thinking professionals who aren’t afraid to push the limits. You’ll find that we value: • Fearlessness. We’ll expect you to be a leader who is prepared to develop and oversee ambitious projects – without asking for permission. • Perseverance. Our high-energy environment is constantly growing, so challenges are a daily occurrence. You’ll need to clear the hurdles by making split-second decisions and adapting at a moment’s notice. • Entrepreneurship. Because we’re never satisfied with just “good,” we’re always on the lookout for the innovation to move our business forward. Our people channel their creativity to get us from “good” to “great.” If you’re inspired to grow with an industry trendsetter that will challenge and reward you, keep reading. We’re looking to work with you. What You Can Expect: As part of Inktel’s paid summer internship program, students will have the opportunity to learn firsthand from our corporate professionals and operations team. During this period, each student becomes an asset to our company by applying their knowledge into our current Inktel projects. By the time each of our interns leave us, they will have a better idea of the type of career they would like to pursue upon graduation and the departments that collaborate to generate Inktel’s success. This internship will be approximately 8 weeks long beginning in June and ending prior to the start of school in August. Included will be a combination of site visits, peer meetings, in addition to presentations that will enable students to gain an in-depth understanding of Inktel’s business and their career possibilities following graduation. Although employment during this period is temporary by nature, there is a possibility that students will be offered a full-time position upon graduation. We place each candidate through an extensive interview process. Based on each applicant’s background and experience, they will be assigned to one of the following departments for consideration: • Call Center Operations • Information Technology • Accounting & Finance • Graphic Design • Social Media Management & Communications • Human Resources • Business Development & Sales • Client Services Each student will be paired with a mentor for the duration of their internship to help them get the most out of their experience. Requirements: • Currently enrolled in a college/university with a declared major. • A minimum of four completed semesters. • Strong analytical, technical and organizational skills required to support multiple projects. • Personal initiative, with an ability to present and effectively interact with all levels of management and clients. • Excellent communications skills and ability to influence. • Ability to communicate and write in English. • Reliable transportation for possible travel between offices within Broward and Miami-Dade counties. • Proactive and positive work ethic with great customer service skills. • Innovative, outside-the-box thinker. Who Should Apply: • Preferred Majors – Hospitality, Business Administration, Marketing & Sales, Communications, Human Resources Management, Engineering, Accounting & Finance, Information Systems, Computer Programming, IT Development • Graduation Date – Between May 2017 and December 2018 • Minimum GPA – 3.0 preferred • Travel – Candidates must be willing to travel as required by the program • Work Authorization – Permanent work authorization in the US is required Inktel is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
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