Guinness Kenya Internships
Function Human Resources
Type of Job Non-Employee
External Job Description *Application Deadline 10th September 2016-
Interns must currently be enrolled as a student – (i.e. going back to school to continue with studies after your internship) in a public or accredited private academic institution undertaking a Bachelor’s Degree or a Diploma. Diploma applicants must only be studying engineering courses.
A successful intern has a desire to gain professional experience and is incredibly eager to learn.
Strong listening skills are also required to perform this role.
Oral and written communication skills, the ability to follow directions, as well as not being afraid to ask questions will ensure a productive internship.
An excellent Excel Spreadsheet skill is essential.
Very articulate with fluent English.
Patient, attention to detail, fast learner, committed, able to follow instructions, can work quickly and accurately under pressure.
Keen to learn about the markets and also with a high attention to detail and pride in their work at this initial stage of their career development
Letter from institution indicating you are a student there and/ or require internship as part of requirement for course completion.
Personal Accident insurance cover for the period of the internship
Copy of National Identity Card.
The internship is for a fixed period of three months without extension.
* Please note that if we do not get back to you by 10 th October, 2016 consider your application unsuccessful. *
How to Apply
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