It Client Service Intern

internship - , unpaid

Hagerty Insurance Agency
Traverse City, MI
Closed
Posted 52 Days ago
Hagerty Insurance Agency
Traverse City, MI
internship - , unpaid
Posted 52 Days ago
Closed

Description

IT Client Services Intern Traverse City MI for this position, please visit our career site atwww.hagerty.com/hagerty-corporate/careers. EEO/AA If you like wild growth and working with happy, enthusiastic over-achievers, you'll enjoy your career with us! Posted 3 Days AgoFull timeR620It's all about passion. We have grown to be the global leader for collector car and boat insurance, but we're still just a family business built on a love for the hobby. Our passion drives us to keep improving our product and to give our clients the best service imaginable. People trust us with their most prized possessions because we get it. It's all about memories and dreams: The '69 Camaro you wanted since you were a kid. The Chris Craft boat you inherited from your granddad. Even that vintage Triumph motorcycle you used to impress your future wife. We protect the physical connections to the best moments in your life.

Skills

leadership, it, sql, integration, requirements analysis, business analysis, microsoft windows server, active directory, databases, itil, information technology, technical support, visual basic, operating systems, microsoft windows 7

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