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American Express

Travel & Lifestyle Marketing Intern - Pubblicato l'8 gennaio 2020

 

What you choose to do for a living is one of the most meaningful decisions you can make. At American Express, our job is to help you excel at yours. We provide experiences to become a great leader, a world of opportunities to grow your career, and an inclusive culture to help you thrive. Because the best way to back our customers is to back our people.

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Don’t live life without it™.

American Express, global leader in payment services, is looking for a young university or master student in Economics, Industrial or Informatic Engineering, Statistic for an internship in our Travel & Lifestyle Services.

We are looking for an intern who will support within Innovation, Quality & Training Division of Travel & Lifestyle. In the role of Travel & Lifestyle Operation Analyst the Intern will be involved in the following activities:

  • Support in the daily management of customer requests
  • Support for organizing training events with key partners
  • Collaboration with the Marketing team in the implementation of communications
  • Preparing travel plans and information material to be sent to customers

What you will need to succeed

  •  You are a student in a related field of study (Economics, Industrial or Informatic Engineering, Statistic)
  • Ability to follow deadlines;
  • Fluent in English (written and oral);
  • Good knowledge of Office tools (in particular Excel, Power Point and Word), Basic Knowledge of Access.

Finally, curiosity, teamworking, attention to detail and orientation to results are indispensable.

More information:

Type of internship: curricular

Starting date: January 2020

Length: 3 months

Headquarters: Da Vinci Center, Viale Alexandre Gustave Eiffel n°15 – 00148 Roma

This internship provides the obtaining of academic credits (CFU), if needed.

If interested, send your Cv to launchyourcareer@aexp.com , "ref: Travel & Lifestyle Intern" in the object line.