IBM Global Technology Services (GTS) is the world’s largest information technology services provider, and it integrates IBM’s broad range of capabilities – consulting, IT services, hardware, software and research – to help organizations of all sizes realize the full value of information technology. Key services to our clients include application development, systems integration, business recovery services, strategic outsourcing, systems management, internet and networking services and business intelligence.
We are now looking for a trainee to work in the IBM Resource Management Center (RMC). In this role you are responsible for RMC reporting, SBU coordinating and project management support. Responsibilities may include any or all of the following: call reporting, monitoring of open tickets, support and assistance with any installation project admin related work.
If you are proactive, diligent and not afraid of taking responsibility, you are probably just what we are looking for. Moreover we expect you to be a highly organized self-starter with a flexible and can do attitude and the ability to manage a variety of tasks and work to tight deadlines. You should have a customer-oriented attitude and a strong client focus. You have great interpersonal skills and communicate fluently in both English and Finnish. Most importantly, you have the right attitude of developing your skill set and work experience.
Weekly working hours are approximately 30 hours and the contract duration is 12 months. We will screen applications ongoing and interview potential candidates as we move along. The ideal candidate should be able to join us as soon as possible. You don't want to miss this opportunity - apply now!
The ICD Internship Project (2008-17) is a 10 year program with the main purpose to enable students who need an internship as a compulsory part of their BA or graduate studies to engage in cultural diplomacy and in doing so, to further promote cultural diplomacy and multiculturalism worldwide.
The positioning of the ICD in the center of Europe, makes it a natural hub for the younger generation and indeed, the past years of the project have been witness to interns being active participants in the multicultural field, where lasting friendships were formed and valuable contacts made, which immediately expanded each individual’s network to all parts of the world.
The diverse multicultural environment provides an excellent framework for Cultural Diplomacy to be practiced on a daily basis within the office as well as outside of the office. One of the main privileges afforded by the project is to work in a young, interdisciplinary and international environment, which serves as a model of successful multiculturalism in practice. The experience of learning to work together in a multicultural and international organizational environment is a rare, unique and a rewarding common experience.
The ICD invites applications from individuals who are coming from the following fields:
Film, Photography & Visual Art
Arts & Culture
International Relations & Politics
Marketing & Public Relations
History & Philosophy
Business & Economics
Communication & Journalism