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DescriptionJetLed Enterprises (JetLed) provides executive level consulting services to private businesses and entrepreneurs. JetLed works both in C-suite leadership capacities for existing private businesses or assist C-suite business leaders with achieving their goals.
Operations Interns will work both individually and on teams to: develop and maintain logistics; monitor and maintain production supply and related operational systems; create instruction and procedure manuals and interact with customers and vendors.
This is a growth potential internship position. A successful intern in this position can grow from a Learning Probationary Intern (non-paid position), to a Lead Intern (paid position), to a Preliminary Consultant (paid position), to a Complete Consultant (paid position), to a permanent JetLed team member.
ResponsibilitiesAs an Operations Intern you will work closely with our senior Operations personnel to learn processes and ultimately gain some responsibilities to manage. Your days will have some consistent activities like reviewing all the operational processes on-going within either a single or multiple companies and provide regular reporting and writing and mapping of procedures and protocols.
RequirementsMust be extremely organized, have great clear and concise writing skills, have a strong interest in logistics and processes, be able to think independently to add value to the process. You must have successfully completed at least two full years at an accredited College or University. Must have a strong work ethic and be very dependable. Must be able to work at least 20 hours per week including some weekends. Must have some work experience that relates to this position and have checkable references.
Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing in English.
If you are not a US citizen you must be able to show documentation that you can legally work in the United States and be able to work under a legal contract. All US citizens must be able to show a certified birth certificate or current passport to prove citizenship.