Power provider TasNetworks is giving two TasTAFE IT students the ultimate real-life learning opportunity with two summer internships at the company up for grabs.
The successful interns will have the opportunity to undertake project work and initiatives to support IT and assist TasNetworks to meet its business objectives.
Over a 12-week period they will have the opportunity to get paid to work on rela projects, contribute as a team member and share ideas to del;iver real value to customers.
Key opportunities will include:
- Handling incidents and requests
- Working as part of a team to contribute to technical and service improvement
- Developing technical expertise across a wide range if IT areas; and
- Gaining an understanding of the organisation, its processes, standards and culture.
The internships are part of a long-standing partnership between TasTAFE and TasNetworks and some previous interns have gone on to gain employment with the company.
The internships are for a fixed term from 13 November 2017 to 9 February 2018.
2017-18 summer holiday intern applications close on 10 October, 2017.
A copy of the position description is available at this link
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