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HR/Talent Acquisition Intern

MCS of Tampa is looking to have a student start an Internship as early as October 2018. The internship will be in Tampa, FL, flexible on days worked, looking for PT intern. Open to an internship for six months to a year. At the end of the internship, based on the success of the internship there will be a possibility for future employment. Excellent opportunity for someone to learn and develop new skills in the commercial & federal sector that will align with their academic path. 

Time Commitment: Interns are asked to make a cycle commitment for three days per week from the start of Internship, open to a 12-month internship. 

Requirements:

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Solid organizational abilities
  • Bilingual - Enlgish/Spanish

Preferred Qualifications:
The minimum age for all internships is 18
Selected candidates will be asked to participate in a criminal background check.
***Preferred candidates will be contacted to schedule interviews. All internships are unpaid.***

Benefits:

  • An internship at MCS of Tampa provides a unique opportunity to see how a notable telecommunications company runs from the inside. In addition to the learning opportunities outlined in the job description, all interns also:
  • Sit down with the senior leaders of our organization
  • Have the opportunity to participate & build in an amazing culture
  • Network with our exceptional teammates
     

About MCS of Tampa:
MCS is a leading telecommunications company, an Avaya Platinum Partner on commercial & federal contracts across the United States

Mission Critical Solutions (MCS) is a leading-edge technology solutions provider, headquartered in Tampa, Florida. MCS provides a broad range of technology products and services organized in six core lines of business -- Information Technology, Unified Communications, Security, Technology Infrastructure & Specialty Contracting, Audio Visual Solutions, and Building Automation. MCS has demonstrated consistent growth during the past 23 years with locations in 16 states. With the majority of staff possessing high-level security clearances, MCS became a preferred vendor to the US Military as well as numerous government agencies and private sector organizations focused on secure solutions. In support of its domestic customers, MCS has established a national presence through its branch and project offices located across the United States, as well as deploying in support of numerous significant international projects. By employing a culture dedicated to product agnostic solutions tailored to best fit our customer's needs, MCS is bringing tomorrow's technologies for today's challenges.

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