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Imperial Logistics is offering Internships Programme for 2020 in East Rand, Gauteng. This is a 12 months long internship programme and the interns will receive a monthly stipends during their placement. The Interns are recruited annually from various tertiary institutions for participation in a structured Internship Programme. The rationale behind the programme is to increase skills within the company as well as the industry.
Internship Application Closing date 02 March 2020
Internship Provider : Imperial Logistics
Internship Location : East Rand, Gauteng
Field of Studies
BCom Honours in Finance
BCom Honours in Business Management
BCom Honours in Marketing
Good computer skills (Excel & PowerPoint)
Good communication skills
Good interpersonal Skills
Initiative and creative problem solving skills
The Intern would accompany the BDM’s on local (Gauteng) dealership visits and assist in business management at dealer level covering all aspects of sales and operations within the dealership environment.
o The Intern would also be expected to assist with the management, planning and operations of dealer specific events and meetings and attend such meetings with the ability to contribute and to perform an administrative tasks associated with these meetings and events.
How to Apply
Click here to Apply Online for Imperial Logistics Internship 2020
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