Operations Intern

internship - part time, unpaid

GoTab
Washington, DC
Closed
Posted 8 Days ago
GoTab
Washington, DC
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 8 Days ago

Description

GoTab is seeking a detail-oriented, highly motivated, self-driven individual to join on the ground floor of our rapidly growing technology company. 

As an Operations Intern at GoTab, you will support the needs of the Operations, Customer Success, and Sales teams in our exciting, fast-paced startup environment. You will have the opportunity to work on various projects such as marketing campaigns, product installations, brand development initiatives, and much more. You will learn the ins and outs of each aspect of our business under the supervision of the Account Managers and Director of Operations. At GoTab, you will develop the skills you need to succeed in the technology industry post-graduation.

 

If you think you fit the bill, then let’s talk. We are building the next disruptive movement in mobile payments for the hospitality industry. We want you to be a part of this exciting journey. 

The internship is unpaid but may be used as college credit.

Skills

general operations, motivation, sales, editing, account management, hospitality industry, brand development, business, self-driven, detail oriented, driven, teamwork, communication, time management, social media

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