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FedExOlive Branch, MS
  • Auto req ID: 331744BR
  • Position Type: Full time
  • Employee Type: Non-Exempt
  • Performs activities related to his/her field of study while obtaining experience working in a corporate environment.
  • Participates in various networking and/or community service events.
  • Supports and plans work on small projects with direction from management.
  • Assists management and other department personnel to support larger projects (e.g., managing project schedule and status reporting).
  • May assume the duties normally performed in the department, alongside professionals who perform these roles.
  • Works with various departments and/or vendors to gather information needed for various projects.
  • Presents project results to management and/or department personnel.
  • Performs analytical work within the assigned functional area.
  • Conducts research using the internet and other sources of information.
  • Creates or updates systems or databases for specific department needs.
  • One (1) year of education at an accredited college, university or technical school (must be currently enrolled).
  • Paralegal Intern: Must be currently enrolled in an accredited college/university paralegal or legal studies undergraduate program or paralegal certification program
  • Legal Intern/Summer Associate: Must be currently enrolled in an accredited College/University law program, and have completed first year.
  • Required Skills, Abilities and / or Licensure
  • Software skills, including use of Microsoft Office software and web-based applications.
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD software may be required for some positions.
  • Verbal and written communication skills necessary to communicate with all levels of management.
  • Time management, organizational and multi-tasking skills necessary to work in a fast-paced environment, handling various tasks and changing priorities, while maintaining a high attention to detail and accuracy to achieve daily assignments and goals.
  • Ability to analyze, review, and make recommendations.
  • Other Job Description Information
  • This is a Summer 2022 internship with a proposed start in late May/early June 2022.
  • The ideal candidate would be majoring in supply chain, logistics, business, engineering, or a related major.
  • This position is on-site and is domiciled in Olive Branch, Mississippi.
  • Address: 8505 Nail Road
  • City: Olive Branch
  • Zip Code: 38654
  • FedEx Ground is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer (Minorities/Females/Disability/Veterans) committed to a diverse workforce
  • Search Engine Description: Intern

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