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Network & Mobility Intern

Business Unit UTC Aerospace Systems Req ID 41130BR Date posted 01/11/2017 City Charlotte State North Carolina Country United States
Must be able to start internship by February 2017; Ideal would be able to hold internship from spring through end of summer 2017

The Network & Telecommunications team, a part of the End User Services IT organization, manages network, telecommunications, and mobility services for all 150+ UTC Aerospace Systems locations globally. The team will be managing several impactful business projects throughout 2016, and the successful candidate will be able to effectively track project milestones and complete assigned actions.

Principal Responsibilities:
The candidate will be assisting the project leads with duties related to successful execution of three key IT projects supporting UTC Aerospace Systems’ business. The candidate will also assist the team in operational tasks related to day-to-day support of UTAS’ network, telecommunications, and mobility environment, as assigned.
Qualifications Must be able to start internship by February 2017; Ideal would be able to hold internship from spring through end of summer 2017.
  • The candidate must possess excellent written & verbal communication skills and be able to effectively communicate technical actions to a non-technical audience.
  • Experience or coursework with networking or telecommunications is highly desirable.
  • Candidate must be experienced and comfortable working with Microsoft Office products, especially Excel.
  • Above all, the successful candidate will be energetic, have an excellent work ethic, and possess a desire & ability to quickly learn and apply new concepts.
  • Must be pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Information Technology, MIS, CS, or related field
  • GPA 3.0 or above required
  • Completion of 30 credit hours

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