Private Jet Sales Intern

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NetJets
600 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY
Posted: September 01 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Paid

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Description

Looking for an intern to assist sales and market research efforts for the world's largest private jet company. Looking for a college student to work 15-20 hrs. per week during the Fall and Spring semesters.

NetJets® Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway® company, is the worldwide leader in private aviation with the largest and most diverse private jet fleet in the world. NetJets began in 1964 as the first aircraft charter and management business in the world. In 1986, NetJets pioneered the concept of fractional aircraft ownership – offering individuals and businesses all of the benefits of whole aircraft ownership and more, at a fraction of the cost. Today, NetJets offers a full range of private aviation solutions through its programs in North America and Europe, including NetJets Shares™, NetJets Leases™ and the Marquis Jet Card®, which provides access to NetJets though a 25-hour jet card.

Responsibilities

1. Support Sales and market research efforts in a fast paced and exciting Sales environment at the World’s largest private aviation company.
2. Collaborate with multiple sales teams and communicate directly with Sales Vice Presidents to determine deliverables
3. Conduct research to support presentations, research reports, and client projects
4. Assist with CRM database cleansing and appending

Requirements

Must be highly organized, self-directed, and resourceful and exhibit excellent verbal and written communication skills.

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