Fall Internship - Engineering, Construction, Project Management, IT

internship - part time, paid

DMM Management
Phoenix, AZ
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Posted 48 Days ago
DMM Management
Phoenix, AZ
internship - part time, paid
Posted 48 Days ago

Description

Semester interns will be coordinating work related to their degree concentration and/or based on company resource needs in the areas of: marketing, events, inventory, field work, projects, real estate activities, and/or human resources.

Job functions may include, but are not limited to, the following: project coordination and tracking, process documentation, social media administration, website administration, field work coordination, scheduling, human resource administration, and general office administration.

Start Date: September 1, 2019

Mandatory Orientation Session within first 30 days

Job Position:

Fall Project Management/Construction Management Internship in Phoenix, AZ

Job Location:

Phoenix, AZ (must reside in AZ during internship)

Time Commitment:

Part time (minimum of 20 hours, and up to 25 hours a week)

Compensation:

  • Paid after training period (based on previous work experience, college coursework completed, and college level status)
  • Unpaid during training period (first 500 hours)

Skills

project management, construction management, social media, project coordination, marketing, training, scheduling, event management, real estate, human resources, field work, maya, real estate transactions, mathcad, structural analysis

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