IBM 2017 Business Consulting: Procurement & Supply Chain Internship - MelbourneJoin IBM as an intern and work on real projects right from the get go. At IBM, we employ the best and brightest minds across a wide array of business areas, offering you the opportunity to start building a powerful network of contacts early on in your career. On top of that, you'll gain invaluable experience working in and across the world's largest technology and consulting company.This is an opportunity to work in a dynamic team, connecting with IBMers and clients. This internship provides valuable insights across a variety of different areas supporting the procurement and supply chain practice including Consulting, Business Process Re-engineering, Digital and Cognitive capabilities, Sales and Delivery. The role will provide an opportunity to work with experienced consultants across the business, subject matter experts and thought leaders to support client proposals and delivery.Start date: 2017Duration: 12 months, full timeLocation: Southgate, Melbourne Skills/Knowledge preferred:· Study background: Final stages of a degree focused on Commerce/Business/Supply Chain degree· PowerPoint – intermediate desirable· Excel – basic to intermediate· Familiarity with use of Windows and Social Media· Innovative in presenting information in different and creative waysPersonal attributes:· Client “first’” attitude· Strong interpersonal skills - energetic and enthusiastic about working with others· Teamwork - Ability to work collaboratively and network effectively· Time management and ability to multi-task multiple projects· Proactive attitude, self-directed and self-motivated· Act according to IBM values and practices· Strong listening and problem solving skillsBusiness Operations:· Work closely with the Business Consulting teams to develop client presentations and IBM thought leadership· Assist with updating governance and status information for leadership reporting and preparation and distribution of weekly/monthly reportsEligibility requirements:To be considered for our Internship Program, please carefully read the following requirements:· Are currently enrolled in a degree at a University within Australia or New Zealand· Have permanent residency or are a citizen of Australia or NZ· Have a strong academic record i.e. credit average· Have no more than 2 years relevant work experience· Are in the final stages of a degree focused on Commerce/Marketing/CommunicationsAdditional Important Information:• Candidates are advised to populate their preferred email ID for the hiring process communication purpose• Candidates are advised to provide a complete Cv which outlines the required requirements(Example: Citizenship/PR status, Current/Latest Weighted Average Mark or Grade Point Average score/ Education Background/Work experiences)• All applicants are required to check their email ID (1) business day after applying online to undergo an IPAT test. (MANDATORY TEST) Instructions for the test will be outlined in the email.To apply:-Upload your CV, cover letter, academic transcript and your Right to Work document (AU/NZ passport, citizenship/birth certificate and photo identification).We believe true innovation is driven by diversity, so in order to uphold our reputation as an industry-leading enterprise, we rely on people from different backgrounds, different perspectives and different attitudes. So come on board and join us as we enter a new era for our industry – and our planet.For more information about IBM's internship program:http://www-07.ibm.com/employment/au/internships/aboutibm/index.htmlHave a question you'd like to ask?Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ibmcareersanz
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